The best thing about Green Goblin is - no crossovers, tie-ins, or oneshots at $6.95 each! I feel like a free man when I read this book because I know I only need to buy one comic, rather than being dragged into buying a dozen I didn't really need.
It had to happen. Green Goblin takes on Hob-Goblin when he interferes with Hob-Goblin's latest crime. Urich is no match for Macendale, who has had his goblin suit for a lot longer than he. It's only thanks to The Thing's timely arrival that Philip lives to tell the tale at all. Gutsy tale with a fresh look.
My only query is that the storyline seemed a little unclear. I wasn't sure exactly why Hobgoblin turned up with his henchmen - was it simple robbery, or was he there because his ex-wife's husband was on the train. Perhaps it was mixing business with pleasure. Always a mistake!
A little confusion over the plot is gonna cost Philip a web this time. Four webs for a story which is still pretty damn good all the same.