What was Green Goblin last words?

Answered by James Kissner

In the climactic moment of the battle between Spider-Man and the Green Goblin, Norman Osborn, the Goblin, finds himself pinned against the wall by his own glider. Gasping for breath, his life fading rapidly, he manages to utter his final words: “Don’t tell Harry.” These three simple words hold a heavy weight, hinting at a secret that Norman wanted to keep hidden, even in death.

As the adrenaline of the battle starts to wear off, Peter Parker, still clad in his Spider-Man costume, realizes the gravity of the situation. He knows he must act quickly to ensure Norman’s body is handled appropriately and to prevent any further tragedy from unfolding. Gathering his strength, Peter carefully lifts Norman’s lifeless body and makes his way back to the Osborn mansion.

Just as Peter reaches the mansion, fate plays a cruel hand, and Harry Osborn, Norman’s son and Peter’s best friend, walks in, witnessing a scene that would haunt him forever. Harry’s eyes widen in shock and disbelief as he sees Spider-Man, standing over his father’s lifeless body. The weight of the moment hangs heavy in the air as the two friends lock eyes, the truth of the situation threatening to shatter their bond.

In that moment, Peter knows that he must make a choice. He can’t reveal his true identity as Peter Parker, but he also can’t leave Harry with the burden of discovering his father’s death in such a traumatic manner. With a heavy heart, Peter musters all the courage he has left and speaks to Harry, his voice filled with sorrow and empathy.

“Harry, I… I’m so sorry. I found your father like this. I don’t know what happened, but I promise you, I’ll find out the truth. We’ll get through this together.”

Harry’s face contorts with a mix of grief, confusion, and anger. He struggles to process what he’s seeing and what he’s just heard. The shock of the situation threatens to overwhelm him, but he knows he can’t let it consume him entirely.

As Peter gently places Norman’s body on the ground, he takes a moment to reflect on the complexity of their relationship. Norman Osborn, once a respected scientist and father figure, had become consumed by the power of the Green Goblin persona. Peter had hoped that Norman’s death would bring an end to the chaos and pain he had caused, but now, faced with the aftermath, he realizes that the repercussions of their battle are far from over.

As Peter makes his exit from the Osborn mansion, leaving Harry to grapple with the loss of his father, he knows that the secrets and lies surrounding Norman’s last words will continue to haunt them both. The weight of the truth hangs heavy in the air, and the future of their friendship remains uncertain.

In the days and weeks to come, Peter will strive to uncover the truth behind Norman’s death, both to bring closure to Harry and to ensure that justice is served. But for now, in this moment of grief and uncertainty, the only thing Peter can do is be there for his friend, supporting him through the difficult journey ahead.