These sets each include the respective individually boxed figure, measuring around 4” tall, as well as a 20 page magazine with an illustrated history of the character. This version of the horrifying Green Goblin is given a vaguely androgynous look. Forgoing the sovereign goblin glider mount position, the Goblin stands in place, grinning malignantly with pumpkin bomb in hand.
The Green Goblin was the unstable result of an augmentation formula. Despite his outlandish costume and affectatious gimmickry, the Goblin was largely vain and egotistical, immersed in vast delusions of grandeur. He ran afoul of Spider-Man early on, and when his plans of becoming a global crime lord eluded him he blamed Spider-Man. During one of the Goblin’s slimier moments, he hurled the delicately beautiful Gwen Stacy from the height of Brooklyn Bridge, and was later nearly beaten to death by an enraged Spider-Man. He squirmed out of the zenith of that terrible beating only to be impaled by his own damaged glider.