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The Amazing Spider-Man: The Origin of the Hobgoblin (Marvel Comics)

by Roger Stern

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Pretty fun read but a letdown this collection doesn't actually include the unmasking of Hobgoblin... even though the introduction written for this edition gives away who it is.

Also, weird 80s clothes abounds. Peter has a midriff shirt that says Animal at one point.

All said, good comics here with an interesting and visually cool villain. Worth a read. ( )
  wethewatched | Sep 24, 2013 |
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YA. Science fiction. Graphic Novel. The Hobgoblin lives! Rising from the legacy of the Green Goblin, Spider-Man's most enduring foe, comes the deadly Hobgoblin! His true identity is one of the most complex mysteries Spidey has ever faced. Featuring the Black Cat, the Kingpin, Madame Web, Mary Jane, the Prowler and more! See Spider-Man's earliest battles with one of his deadliest foes!13 yrs+… (more)

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