Scott Porter isn’t voicing Harry anymore, as revealed in a deleted tweet

It probably goes without saying that Harry was my favourite part of the Spider-Man Playstation game. (Hey, you know what blog you’re on, right?) His voice actor Scott Porter did an excellent job. So I was super surprised when Porter dropped this tweet: “While I voiced Harry in the first Spider-Man I unfortunately will not… Read More Scott Porter isn’t voicing Harry anymore, as revealed in a deleted tweet

Harry Highlights #7

Zarius has been putting together an unofficial Amazing Spider-Man Newspaper Strip over the past year and one of the stories is all about Harry! It’s called “The Blood Between” and you can download it as a PDF file here! The dedication at the end is particularly sweet. :)

A look at Norman and Harry Osborn in the Raimi Trilogy

A few weeks ago on my Raimi Spider-Man fan tumblr I created this gifset, and upon completing it I thought what I often think on completing Spider-Man Trilogy gifsets: “Man, Sam Raimi is a damn good director, isn’t he?” He’s not considered to be a very subtle filmmaker but I think the way he compared… Read More A look at Norman and Harry Osborn in the Raimi Trilogy

The upcoming Gold Goblin series & interview with Christopher Cantwell

Are you ready to see Norman Osborn as a superhero in Gold Goblin? I’m… not, I’ll admit it. But this CBR interview with the series writer Christopher Cantwell is giving me hope. CBR: Starting off, let’s get this out of the way — seeing Norman Osborn as a hero is an inherently odd concept. Christopher… Read More The upcoming Gold Goblin series & interview with Christopher Cantwell

Harry Osborn and Eugene “Frog-Man” Patilio: A ribbeting parallel

Eugene Patilio, a Z-list superhero who I was always quite fond of, showed up on She-Hulk last night! Well, sort of. That was #NotMyEugene, as Twitter might say. Others have pointed out that She-Hulk’s rich loser, amusing though he was, didn’t really have much in common with the Frog-Man of the comics, and was really… Read More Harry Osborn and Eugene “Frog-Man” Patilio: A ribbeting parallel