• “Run, Goblin, Run!” Part 2 of 2

• How has the Hobgoblin evaded the Superior Spider-Man for so long? And does that hold the key to the Superior Spider-Man’s greatest success — or greatest failure?

• It’s the end of the line for Hobgoblin, and possibly an end for a big chapter in the history of Spider-Man.

Story by Dan Slott
Art by Humberto Ramos
Cover by Humberto Ramos

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  1. Hobgoblin hasn’t got a chance!

  2. I dig Humberto Ramos.

    Maybe I’ll check out this whole era in trade next year.

    Looks like some good artists have been doing this.

  3. I don’t even care about this issue, Bring on #17!!

    It’s the first time iv’e been excited for a single issue of this title!

  4. I really hope this is the end of Phil Ulrich as Hobgoblin!

    • Well I kind of got my wish on this….. I’m ready for this whole Green Goblin thing to play out now, and they keep dropping little hints the Goblin might not be Norman, so Slott has something up his sleeve.

      Also, I hope Slott manages to find a way to have Norah still pup up now and again, she’s a fun character and I’d hate to see her be gone for good.

  5. Damn you Dan Slott for making Doc Ock spider-man so much fun and interesting that now I have to jump back on and buy this run in issues.

  6. For the first time in a long while this issue of Superior was just kind of average for me. But they can’t all be winners, right?

  7. I enjoyed this issue. I like how it showed Urich’s world collapsing and being simultaneously examined for all to see. We also see the first threads of how Doc Ock will be exposed. Great story!

  8. Loved the Phil Urich 1995-96 Green Goblin reference, that book got me into comics in the first place. Very cool!

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