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Turning Point is the fourteenth and final episode of season three. When Green Goblin learns that Spider-Man is really Peter Parker, he plans to get revenge on Spider-Man by kidnapping Mary Jane Watson.



Spider-Man tells Madame Web that he wants to end their partnership because now he has everything he ever wanted and Mary Jane loves him. Because of this he says he no longer has time for her to train him for her big battle. However, as Spider-Man starts to walk away Madame Web tells him that one day soon he will yearn for her wisdom. Madame Web also tells Spider-Man that "that day will come soon, when the two headed monster rises from the nether world."


At OsCorp, Norman makes another Time Dilation Accelerator but he miniaturizes the device so it can be strapped to his chest. Norman gives a warning that the portals may not be stable. However, Norman's Green Goblin personality takes over and does not care for Norman's warnings. Green Goblin then swears that all of Norman's enemies such as Spider-Man and Kingpin will pay. However, Norman states that Spider-Man is a danger to them because he knows that he is really the Green Goblin. However, Green Goblin assures Norman that that knowledge will cost Spider-Man dearly.

Green Goblin learns Spider-Man is Peter Parker

Later that day Green Goblin attacked an armored truck filled with bags of money. However, this was just a ploy to draw Spider-Man to him. Spider-Man arrives within a few seconds and is shocked to see Green Goblin whom he last saw enter the unstable time dilation portal. Green Goblin then throws a pumpkin bomb at Spider-Man and quickly flies away on his glider. However, since Spider-Man knows that Green Goblin is really Norman Osborn, he decides to check locations around New York City where he knows Norman might be. However, Spider-Man is unable to locate Green Goblin. As Spider-Man continues to web swing through the city his spider sense goes off for apparently no reason. However, unknown to Spider-Man, Green Goblin is using the Time Dilation Accelerator to sneak up behind Spider-Man and quickly disappears. As his spider sense continues to go off Peter believes that his mutation disease might be returning.


Spider-Man then goes into an ally and Green Goblin secretly watches from a rooftop as Spider-Man removes his mask revealing his identity. Green Goblin is shocked to see that Spider-Man is so young and can't believe that his greatest enemy is "a mere boy". Norman then reveals to Green Goblin that his name is Peter Parker and he is best friends with his son, Harry. Green Goblin then comes up with the idea that Peter must have pretended to be Harry's friend to harm Norman.


A short while later Mary Jane is at the Coffee Bean talking to Liz Allen. Liz tells Mary Jane that she though her and Peter would never get together. Liz also asks how Harry is doing. Mary Jane answers that Harry is taking their break-up really hard and blames Peter. At that moment Peter enters the Coffee Bean. Sometime later Mary Jane and Peter leave the Coffee Bean and walk down the sidewalk. Mary Jane mentions that Harry's birthday party is that night. Given what happened between them Peter suggests that they just don't go. However, Mary Jane says that they have to because Harry invited both of them and believes that Harry doesn't want there to be any bad blood between Peter and Harry.


Later that night Peter and Mary Jane go to the Osborn mansion for Harry's birthday party. Peter walks up to Harry and thanks him for inviting him despite everything that has happened between them. However, Harry angrily tells Peter that he only invited him and Mary Jane because his father insisted, telling him to "show a little backbone" and walks off. Mary Jane pleads for Harry to stop acting this way. Norman then approaches Peter and shakes his hand and acts friendly toward him. However, as Norman shakes Peter's hand his grip gets tighter. Peter even thinks to himself that Norman could break if it wasn't for his spider strength. Peter then gets suspicious and begins to think that Norman knows that he is Spider-Man.


During dinner Norman mentions that he heard Peter and Mary Jane are dating now and accuses them of "conspiring to get together". Peter interrupts Norman and tells him that he has it all wrong about him and Mary Jane. However, Norman stops Peter and asks him how he gets those incredible pictures of Spider-Man. Norman then turns to Harry and says that he and Peter share a secret. Mary Jane asks peter what Norman is talking about but Peter tells her he doesn't know. Norman then says that they should let everyone at the party know their secret. Peter becomes convinced that Norman knows he is Spider-Man and excuses himself from the dinner table.

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As Peter goes into another room in the mansion he knows that he needs a diversion to keep Norman from revealing his secret identity. Peter then gets the idea to throw his web cartridges into the fire place so that the chemicals inside them will heat up and create smoke. As Peter does this the smoke fills the mansion and everyone but Norman runs outside. Peter then tells everybody he is going to save Norman and runs back into the mansion. As Peter enters the mansion he sees Norman dressed in his Green Goblin costume. Green Goblin strikes Peter and the force of the blow sends him flying out the door into the back yard of the mansion. Green Goblin flies above Peter and starts to drop pumpkin bombs around him. Peter tries to shoot Green Goblin with webbing but realizes he doesn't have his Web-Shooters on. Green Goblin then shoots a beam of electricity from his gloves and it hits Peter temporarily disabling him. Green Goblin then ties Peter up with a titanium cable and attaches it to his glider and flies off. Peter then realizes that Madame Web was right because Green Goblin is the monster with two heads (two identities) has struck.

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Green Goblin then flies on his glider to the George Washington Bridge. Peter is then able to get one arm free from the titanium cable and slip on his Web-Shooter. Peter then shoots a web line onto the bridge which forces Green Goblin to crash his glider on top of the bridge's truss. Peter then uses the heat from the glider's thrusters to cut through the titanium cable As Peter gets free he rips off his tuxedo and puts on his mask and attacks Green Goblin. Green Goblin then takes out the Time Dilation Accelerator and straps it to his chest and uses it to open a portal. Spider-Man tries to stop Green Goblin. However, Green Goblin goes through the portal and it closes behind him. Spider-Man then deduces that Norman used the Time Dilation Accelerator to spy on him and find out he was Spider-Man. Green Goblin then reappears and tells Spider-Man that he doesn't think he's made Spider-Man suffer enough and that since Peter was a guest in his home it's time he visited his home. Green Goblin then vanishes through a time dilation portal. Spider-Man quickly realizes that Green Goblin is going after his Aunt May and he rushes there to protect her.


At that moment at their home, Mary Jane tells her Aunt Anna about the fire at Osborn's mansion. Anna then asks if Norman is alright to which Mary Jane replies that she thinks Peter took him to a hospital but doesn't know why he hasn't called her. Anna calls Peter irresponsible. However, Mary Jane tells her aunt that she is wrong about Peter and that she loves him.


As Spider-Man arrives home he runs up to May's room to check on her. As Spider-Man enters her room he sees that she is alright and Green Goblin has apparently not been to his house yet. However, just at that moment a time dilation portal opens above May's head and Green Goblin flies through it and hovers above her head while on his glider. Green Goblin mentions that she looks to peaceful sleeping so he won't bother her. However, Green Goblin also says that instead he will pay a visit to Spider-Man's "co-conspirator". Green Goblin then flies through the portal and it closes behind him. At that moment May wakes up and Spider-Man takes off his mask. Peter then walks up to May and tells her he is just checking on her. Spider-Man then leaves the house and wonders who Green Goblin was talking about when he mentioned his other co-conspirator. Spider-Man then remembers that at Harry's party Norman accused Peter and Mary Jane of conspiring to get together and realized that Green Goblin is going after Mary Jane.


Only seconds later Green Goblin opens a portal inside Mary Jane's house. As Mary Jane and Anna try to escape Green Goblin throws a pumpkin bomb which releases a cloud of sleeping gas. As Mary Jane and Anna breath the gas they lose consciousness. Spider-Man arrives only moments later and finds Anna lying on the ground but discovers she is alright. As Spider-Man looks for Mary Jane he hears Green Goblin's laugh outside. As Spider-Man looks out the window he sees Green Goblin holding Mary Jane and they fly away on Green Goblin's glider. To save Mary Jane, Spider-Man quickly web-slings after Green Goblin.

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Spider-Man follows Green Goblin to the top of a pillar of the George Washington Bridge where Spider-Man orders Goblin to let Mary Jane go. Spider-Man asks Green Goblin if Norman knows that he is about to kill Mary Jane, the only person Harry cares about. For a moment Norman's personality takes over and he accuses Peter and Mary Jane of plotting together against Harry. Norman then continues to spew lies about Peter and Mary Jane that Green Goblin told him. While Green Goblin is distracted web swings under the bridge and attacks Green Goblin which causes him to drop the Time Dilation Accelerator.

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As Spider-Man and Green Goblin fight they roll off the top of the bridge and fall onto the bridge's suspension wires. Spider-Man is able to get on top of the wires but hears Norman yell for help and sees that he is barley hanging onto the suspension wire. Spider-Man helps Osborn up but his Green Goblin personality once again takes over and attacks Spider-Man. As Spider-Man looks up he sees Mary Jane stumble as she walks due to the effects of the knockout gas. Spider-Man knows he must get to he before she falls. However, he must go through the Green Goblin first. Mary Jane does fall off but Spider-Man manages to web swing over to Mary Jane and grab her. Mary Jane appears to be safe but Green Goblin uses a remote control to fly his glider in the air and fire missiles at them. The explosion from the missiles cause the ground to shake which makes Mary Jane lose her balance and she falls off the bridge. However, the Time Dilation Accelerator also falls off the bridge and accidentally activates and creates a time dilation portal. Mary Jane falls into the portal and it instantly closes. However, Spider-Man does not see this and believes that she has fallen into the Hudson River. Spider-Man dives into the Hudson River to find Mary Jane with no luck. Meanwhile, Green Goblin is able to recover the Time Dilation Accelerator.

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Spider-Man believes that Mary Jane has died and becomes furious at Green Goblin. As Green Goblin flies by on his glider Spider-Man shoots a web line which attaches to the glider and pulls Spider-Man out of the river. Green Goblin attempts to cut the webbing off of his glider. However, Spider-Man manages to climb onto the glider. For a brief moment Spider-Man and Green Goblin struggle with each other but Green Goblin manages to force Spider-Man off the glider. Green Goblin then attempts to get away by using the Time Dilation Accelerator but realizes that is was somehow damaged. Green Goblin then lands on the ground below the bridge to try and repair it.

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Green Goblin manages to fix the Time Dilation Accelerator but something goes wrong and the portal creates a powerful vacuum that starts to suck Green Goblin into it. Green Goblin starts to run away only to find Spider-Man standing behind him. As Green Goblin gets sucked toward the portal he grabs hold of something. At first Spider-Man refuses to save Green Goblin because of what he did to Mary Jane. However, Spider-Man realizes that saving Goblin is the right thing to do. As Spider-Man attempts to save Green Goblin, Green Goblin uses a remote control to activate his glider planning to ram it into Spider-Man. However, Spider-Man senses that danger and moves out of the way. The glider instead hits Green Goblin and pushes him into the time dilation portal where it closes behind him. With the Time Dilation Accelerator damaged both Green Goblin and Mary Jane are unable to escape limbo.

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With the Time Dilation Accelerator gone Spider-Man realizes there is no hope to bring Mary Jane back so he cries out for Madame Web. Madame Web hears his cries for help and appears before him. Spider-Man begs Madame Web to bring Mary Jane back. However, Madame Web tells Spider-Man that she can't. Madame Web explains that Spider-Man chose this path to do things on his own when he ended their training. Spider-Man becomes furious at Madame Web for not saving Mary Jane and yells at her saying to never enter his life again. Madame Web agrees to leave Spider-Man alone for now but promises to return when he is needed for the battle she was training him for. As Madame Web vanishes Peter finds himself atop the George Washington Bridge. Mary Jane is gone, his best friend, Harry, has turned against him, and Madame web has stopped offering advice. The perfect life Peter thought he had is now gone.


Inside limbo, Mary Jane calls out for help but no one is around to hear her.


Actor Role
Christopher Daniel Barnes Spider-Man / Peter Parker
Sara Ballantine Mary Jane Watson
Neil Ross Green Goblin / Norman Osborn
Joan Lee Madame Web
Gary Imhoff Harry Osborn
Marla Rubinoff Liz Allen
Patrick Labyorteaux Flash Thompson
Liz Georges Debra Whitman
Linda Gary May Parker
Majel Barrett Anna Watson



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  • This episode takes elements from five different Spider-Man comics. They are The Amazing Spider-Man #39 (1966), The Amazing Spider-Man #40 (1966), The Amazing Spider-Man #121 (1973), The Amazing Spider-Man #122 (1973), and The Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #2 (1968).
  • In The Amazing Spider-Man #39 and 40, Green Goblin discovers that Spider-Man is Peter Parker and he ties Peter up with a steel cable that is attached to his glider and flies him around.
  • In The Amazing Spider-Man #121, more famously known as The Night Gwen Stacy Died, Green Goblin kidnaps Gwen Stacy and takes her to the George Washington Bridge. As Spider-Man arrived he fought the Green Goblin who during the fight knocked Gwen Stacy off of the bridge. Spider-Man caught Gwen Stacy with a web line but the whiplash from the sudden stop broke Gwen Stacy's neck and killed her.
  • The words Turning Point appeared in big letters on the cover of The Amazing Spider-Man #121. That is where this episode's title came from.
  • In The Amazing Spider-Man #122, Spider-Man fought the Green Goblin. During their battle Green Goblin used a remote control to impale Spider-Man with his glider. However, Spider-Man jumps out of the way and the glider instead hits Green Goblin and kills him.
  • Mary Jane fills the role in this episode that Gwen Stacy had in the original comics.
  • Since no one was actually allowed to die in a kids cartoon, Mary Jane fell off the bridge into a time dilation portal and ended up trapped in limbo.
  • Just like in the comics Green Goblin was impaled by his glider. However, instead of dying the glider pushed Green Goblin into a time dilation portal where he was then trapped in limbo.
  • The dinner party scene from this episode is adapted from The Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #2.
  • Season three had fourteen episodes but only eight of them dealt with sins committed by fathers. In this episode, Norman Osborn turns into Green Goblin and takes revenge on Spider-Man which ultimately leads to Mary Jane being stuck in limbo.
  • During the episode Green Goblin tells Peter Parker "clothes make the man". Clothes make the man is proverb recorded in English in the early 15th century, but an earlier saying in classical Greek is "the man is his clothes".
  • This episode marks one of only three times in the entire series that Spider-Man throws a punch. Spider-Man punches Green Goblin while on his glider after Mary Jane accidentally fell into the time dilation portal.
  • This episode features the last appearance of the real Mary Jane Watson. All future appearances of the character would either be her clone or another Mary Jane from an alternate reality.

Episode review

A review by Amazing Spidey from Marvel Animation Age

This episode is easily my favorite episode of Spider-Man ever, possibly my favorite episode of any cartoon. Back when I first watched this, I remember eagerly anticipated this episode, simply from the wanting to know what would happen after Goblin War!. I didn't have internet back then, so there were no spoilers to be scared of, everything came as a surprise. I remember being shocked when she fell through the portal. It's kind of creepy when you think about it. I mean, she never really came back. We saw her floating around in the limbo, presumably for the rest of her life.

While it wasn't a season finale for us here in the UK, as season four started straight away, Guilty, the aftermath of this episode was executed well, but the series never again lived up to this episode, in either writing or TMS animation, which was beautiful throughout. Especially the end, with Peter unmasked on the bridge talking to himself, with an absolutely perfect delivery from Chris Barnes. I think this episode is easily Barnes' finest performance as both Spider-Man and Peter Parker. It probably helped that the dialogue, which had slipped considerably from the opening season, was back to top form here. The Goblin himself had some outstanding lines and Ross absolutely nailed every one of them.

While it was tedious seeing the long, drawn out flashbacks to the bridge scene every single episode for a couple of months the execution of this episode was flawless, changed enough from the comics to remain fresh, so the sense of "We've been here before" didn't overbear the scene. The episode had absolutely perfect pacing, which is where this series usually slips up on.

As said above, the voices also seemed to be a higher quality here, particularly that of Barnes, Spider-Man and Ross, the Green Goblin. He was downright classic at the dinner scene, a perfect mocking/temptation tone whilst threatening to reveal Peter's secret to his friends. I always loved that scene. Especially Peter setting the house on fire, and the two of them fighting in the garden. Visually, this episode was one of the betters.

I loved Spidey's speech at the end. It perfectly summed up what this episode was about. Thankfully, they added a small scene with Madame Web in. I thought this was his best scene with her, and actually managed to get rid of her for a few episodes. This episode however, the censors once again proved to be the bane of the series. Fox should have let them push some boundaries; this episode would've been so much better because of it. For example, Superman: The Animated Series: Apokolips... Now! episode threw the rule book out the window, and the episode is highly regarded as the series best because of it. If Spider-Man and the Green Goblin's final fight were allowed to do the same, we would've had a phenomenal episode on our hands.


"What do you mean you want to end our relationship?"

"Just what I said! I don't have time for your games anymore. 'Cause right now I have everything I ever wanted. Mary Jane loves me, and I love her. This big battle you say you're training me for, I'm not interested. My life is complete."

"Complete, is it? Have it your way Spider-Man. One day you will yearn for the wisdom of Madame Web. And that day will come soon, when the two headed monster rises from the netherworld."

-Madame Web & Spider-Man

"With this technology in my hands I'll make your enemies topple like toy soldiers. Even Spider-Man and the mighty Kingpin will be dirt under your feet."

"But what about Spider-Man? He knows about our connection."

"Indeed, Spider-Man is the only man on Earth who knows that the Green Goblin and Norman Osborn are allies. That knowledge will cost him dearly!"

-Green Goblin & Norman Osborn

(Guards from an armored truck run away after it is attacked by Green Goblin.)

"Wasn't much fight in those two! You just can't find good help now a days."

-Green Goblin

"You! I thought you were. . .!"

"I'm not. But you'll soon be!"

-Spider-Man & Green Goblin

"You can run Osborn, but you can't hide. Not when I know your address."


"Yes, yes. Take off your mask. Reveal your secret identity to your greatest enemy."

(Spider-Man removes his mask and Green Goblin learns that he is just a teenager.)

"At last Spider-Man's greatest secret is mine. What! The Green Goblin's greatest foe a mere boy?! Impossible! Impossible!"

"Wait. That's Peter Parker, a friend of my son, Harry."

"Shut up Osborn! I'm trying to think. He must have been using Harry to get to you! Well, two can play at that game Peter Parker. And the Goblin plays for keeps!"

-Green Goblin & Norman Osborn

"Mary Jane, I never thought you and Peter would ever get together."

"Me neither Liz."

"So, how's Harry Osborn handling you not being his girlfriend anymore."

"Not well. He doesn't realize I wasn't happy in our relationship. He thinks Peter betrayed him."

"Poor Harry. You know he's a real sweetheart. I kinda' feel sorry for him."

-Liz Allen & Mary Jane Watson

"Am I really that late?"

"Yes, but that's right on time for you. It's one of your little idiosyncrasies I've come to love."

"Ooo, you used the l word. I like that."

(Peter kisses Mary Jane.)

-Peter Parker & Mary Jane Watson

"So, Liz was talking about Harry Osborn?"

"Uhu, his birthday party's tonight, remember?"

"Tonight? I completely forgot. Maybe we shouldn't go."

"We have to go. Harry's made a point of inviting both of us. His father's throwing a big dinner party."

"Norman Osborn throwing a party? Is he back to normal?"

-Peter Parker & Mary Jane Watson

"Perfect. I can observe Osborn without him knowing that Spider-Man is watching."

-Peter Parker

"It was nice of you to invite MJ and me considering everything."

"Look friend, I only invited you because my dad insisted. He told me to show a little backbone!"

"His dad insisted?"

-Peter Parker & Harry Osborn

"Ah, Peter Parker's here, now the party can really begin! I'm so glad you could make it. Put 'er there."

"Osborn's never been this friendly to me before."

(Peter shakes Norman's hand.)

"His grip! It's getting tighter! He'd break my hand if not for my spider strength."

"Oh, I'm sorry Peter. Was I squeezing too tightly? I forgot how delicate you are. Dinner is ready to be served! I hope you enjoy the stew."

"It's almost as if he knows I'm Spider-Man. But how could he?"

-Norman Osborn & Peter Parker

"I understand you're seeing Mary Jane now Peter. I bet you two have been conspiring to get together for some time."

"Mr. Osborn you've got it all wrong."

"You know I saw another one of your spectacular Spider-Man photos in the Bugle. How do you get those fantastic angles?"

"Mr. Osborn, Peter never gives out his treasure trade secret. Not even to me."

"You know Harry, your friend and I share a little secret don't we Pete?"

"Tiger, what is he talking about?"

"I. . . I wish I knew!"

"Maybe we should let your friends in on our secret. Over desert perhaps."

"He does know I'm Spider-Man! But how? Will you excuse me for a moment?"

"Make sure it's only a moment Pete! The party's just begun."

-Norman Osborn, Peter Parker & Mary Jane Watson

"Parties over, but I still owe Osborn a dance!"

-Peter Parker

"Parker, you've been a thorn in my side for too long! You pestered me as Spider-Man! You hurt my son as Peter Parker. Well, it all ends tonight!"

-Green Goblin

(Parts of Peter's tuxedo gets burned off revealing his Spider-Man costume underneath.)

"I guess clothes really do make the man!"

-Green Goblin

(Green Goblin flies off on his glider while Peter Parker, who is tied to a cable attached to the glider, gets pulled into the air.)

"And away we go!"

-Green Goblin

"Madame Web was right! The monster with two heads, two identities has struck! And I've never been so vulnerable before!"

-Peter Parker

"As befits an adversary of your caliber I'm granting you a demise with dignity!"

-Green Goblin

"Norman would be so proud of me. He'd never believe how easy this was!"

"Believe this!"

(Peter forces Green Goblin to crash his glider.)

-Green Goblin & Peter Parker

"Now let's try this little tango again shall we."


"I underestimated him!"

-Green Goblin

"The Time Dilation Accelerator. He must've miniaturized it. I'll bet he used it to spy on me to find out I'm Spider-Man."


"You know Parker, I don't think I've made you suffer enough! You've been a guest in my home. Now it's high time I visited yours!"

"He's going after Aunt May!"

-Green Goblin & Spider-Man

"With Ohnn's technology that psychopath can be in Forest Hills in micro-seconds!"


"She's sleeping so peacefully. I couldn't disturb her. I think I'd rather pay a visit to your other co-conspirator! Nighty night, Parker!"

-Green Goblin

"I still say you're asking for trouble by dating that strange young man."

(Green Goblin opens a portal into Anna's home and goes through it.)

"Lady, you don't know the half of it!"

-Anna Watson & Green Goblin

"I know the Goblin's luring me into a trap, but I can't give up! Not with MJ's life at steak!"


"I held the curtain for ya Spider-Man. I wouldn't want you to miss the show."

"Let her go Osborn! This is between you and me!"

"I'm not Osborn! I am the Green Goblin!"

"Well, does Osborn know you're about to destroy the only person his son, Harry, cares about?"

"Harry? She hurt Harry with you. The two of you plotted together."

"No, you're wrong! We're Harry's friends."

"You attacked Harry to get to me. The Goblin told me so. Oh yes, the Goblin takes care of me. He makes life better for me. He's the only one. Nobody else loves me. They all hate me!"

"Now while he's Osborn. I gotta make this count!"

"Quit whining Osborn! How can I make a man out of you if you're going to. . ."


(Spider-Man attacks Green Goblin.)

-Green Goblin & Spider-Man

"As long as I get my portal device I'll be just fine."

-Green Goblin

"It's okay my love. Everything's going to be fine."

"Peter is that you? Spider-Man! I thought I heard Peter."

-Spider-Man & Mary Jane Watson

"Where are you my little machine?"

-Green Goblin

"I can't find her! So help me I can't find her!"


"What's wrong Spider-Man? No quick comeback. No clever one liners?"

"You think this is a game, Osborn? It's not! That was the woman I loved, and you're about to learn what that means!"

-Green Goblin & Spider-Man

"My glider's almost out of fuel!"

"I'm taking you down Goblin! Even if it means I go with you!"

"No! Osborn needs me!"

"Nothing can keep me from you Goblin!"

-Green Goblin & Spider-Man

"You'll pay Osborn! If I have to chase you forever, you'll pay!"


(Green Goblin starts getting sucked into the portal.)

"I can stick to the ground, you can't!"


"He's created an imbalance between the gravitational pull of this dimension and the vortex. If it continues to increase. . ."


"Spider-Man, help me!"

"Why on Earth should I do that? No. As much as I hate him for what he's done I can't let this happen. Revenge is never justified. Nothing will bring Mary Jane back."

-Norman Osborn & Spider-Man

"There's no Osborn anymore Parker. There is only the Green Goblin!"

-Green Goblin

"Madame Web!"

"Yes Spider-Man?"

"Can you bring them back? I'll do anything you want."

"I can't."

"Can't or won't?"

"This is the path you chose for yourself. To do things on your own. Once that decision is made, there is no turning back. It is yet another thing that you have to learn."

"LEARN?! I am tired of you, and your riddles, and your lessons, and your supreme arrogance! don't you ever, EVER enter my life again! Do you hear me? DO YOU HEAR ME?!"

"As you wish. I shall leave you for now. But you are still the chosen one. And when the time comes for the ultimate battle, I will return and send for you. That you cannot escape. It is your destiny."

-Spider-Man & Madame Web

"For so long now I've tried to be there for everyone. Tried to live up to the responsibility that comes with this great power. But when push came to shove, I failed the people who needed me most. The woman I love is gone. Gone forever."


"Where am I? Peter! Somebody please help me! Help me!"

-Mary Jane Watson