Osborn #1

    Osborn » Osborn #1 - Part 1; The Prime of Miss June Covington released by Marvel on January 1, 2011.

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    Part 1; The Prime of Miss June Covington last edited by aphillips17 on 05/12/23 10:00PM View full history

    BIG TIME HITS SPIDER-MAN'S GREATEST ENEMY! The world's most dangerous felon is in the world's top supermax-security prison -- an institution so secret even the vice president doesn't know it exists. But can any cell contain Norman Osborn? After the events of SIEGE, the former Green Goblin, Iron Patriot and power-mad director of worldwide security isn't allowed to have a toothbrush...and he's surrounded by the deadliest criminals in the world. Lucky for Osborn, they're fans. Rising stars Kelly Sue DeConnick (SIF) and Emma Rios (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) throw Osborn in the darkest hole the public's never seen! Featuring an all-new bonus story written by Warren Ellis (THUNDERBOLTS)!


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    What is Norman Going to do Next?!? 0

    The biggest slimeball in the Marvel Universe now has a five issue limited series. Despite being locked away do you really think Norman is out of the game?  The Good One the first page Norman is sitting in his cell at the Raft while waiting to see if and what he'll be charged for. The patience he shows demonstrates how calculating he can be. Norman had a big plan during Dark Reign and this obviously isn't where he was supposed to end up. You get the impression that Norman would have contingency p...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Whats his plan? 0

    Norman Osborn is back. Since being in back in the Raft for the Siege of Asgard, Norman has alot of time on his hands. Waiting for his trail Norman is surrounded by his biggest fans. The Good  There is no real reason to read this but it kept me reading. We got to see some new vilians which was cool. Kelly Sue DeConnick wrote Norah Winters really well. The Bad With this being named Osborn he isn't doing anything really in this issue. Overall I enjoyed this issue. It sets things up but I can't see ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Norman Osborn is in prison. For how long? 0

    You know, I still wonder how the hell Norman Osborn was able to become director of S.H.I.E.L.D. After his fall in Seige, it appears that the world has seen the last of him. Now locked up in the Raft, Osborn is surprisingly being patient. Pros: To be honest, I didn't think there would be a real reason to read this. However as I kept reading, I realized how much of an impact Norman Osborn has been in America, and possibly the world. He's not just Spider-man's archvillain. He even has  follower...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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