Son of the Goblin

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Marvel Comics, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Witnessing the death of his father - Norman Osborn, the Green Goblin -in battle with Spider-Man, Harry Osborn was driven to the drink of insanity. Assurring his late father's identity, he began a descent into madness that would haunt him his entire life; only in death could he finally find peace.

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Conway was one of the most prolific comic book writers of the 1970s. He was editor-in-chief for a short term in the early 1970s.

J. M. DeMatteis has been a professional musician, a rock journalist, and a writer for film and television, but he's best known as a critically acclaimed, Eisner Award-winning writer of comic books. In addition to his work on Spider-Man, Superman, Batman, and many other pop culture icons, he is the author of an acclaimed autobiographical graphic novel, Brooklyn Dreams, as well as the Abadazad series for young readers. Mr. DeMatteis lives with his family in New York. This is his first novel for HarperCollins.

Michellnie has contributed stories to The Avengers, Iron Man, Spider-Man and DC's Superman.

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