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NOTE: This article is about Green Goblin from the Sam Raimi film series. For mainstream Green Goblin, see: Green Goblin (Marvel).
Villain Overview

♫The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the Goblin and took the spider out!♫
~ Green Goblin singing during his attack on the bridge.
Green Goblin: The cunning warrior attacks neither body nor mind.
Norman Osborn: TELL ME HOW!
Green Goblin: The heart, Osborn! First, we attack his heart!
~ Green Goblin telling Norman Osborn how to torment Peter Parker by attacking his loved ones.
I've watched you from deep behind Norman's cowardly eyes. Struggling to have everything you want, while the world tries to make you choose. Gods don't have to choose. We take.
~ Green Goblin taunting the MCU's Peter Parker in Spider-Man No Way Home.

Norman Osborn, also known as the Green Goblin, is the main antagonist of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, serving as the main antagonist of the 2002 superhero blockbuster film Spider-Man and the posthumous overarching antagonist of both its 2004 sequel Spider-Man 2 and its 2007 threequel Spider-Man 3. He also serves as the main antagonist of the 2021 Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: No Way Home.

He is the founder and CEO of Oscorp Industries who, after being exposed to the Goblin Serum, was driven into insanity, causing his mind to create an alternative persona called the Green Goblin who kills anybody and destroys everything. He becomes obsessed with destroying Spider-Man and everything he cares about, becoming his archenemy and the one foe who keeps haunting him even after death. He is also the father of Harry Osborn, who befriended Peter Parker, as well as a close friend of Dr. Otto Octavius.

Years later, he is transported to a different universe through a spell performed by Doctor Strange, where he teams up with other supervillains, from the Raimiverse and Webbverse timelines, who shared the same fate. Not wanting to go back to a world where he is doomed to die, the Green Goblin resurfaces from Norman Osborn's psyche and decides to target this world's version of Spider-Man and his loved ones before trying to conquer his new home.

He was portrayed by Willem Dafoe, who also played Raven Shaddock in Streets of Fire, Eric Masters in To Live and Die in L.A., John Geiger in Speed 2: Cruise Control, Max Schreck in Shadow of the Vampire, Armando Barillo in Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Nikolai Diavolo in 007: Everything or Nothing, George Deckert in xXx: State of the Union, Lord Cob in Tales from Earthsea, Rat in Fantastic Mr. Fox, J.G. Jopling in The Grand Budapest Hotel, Jack Lassen in The Simpsons, Ryuk in Netflix's Death Note, Thomas Wake in The Lighthouse and Clement Hoately in Nightmare Alley.


Green Goblin's suit.


The Green Goblin has a shiny metal green and purple shaded suit that's pressed and manufactured where it fits the mask and glider and the person wearing it. The mask is a goblin mask with yellow eyes and an opening for his mouth. On his left leg is a button that slides the eyes of the mask up for Goblin to see. On his right arm is also a button for the glider to come. He has a metal green layer on his arms and chest without weighing him with heavier armor. On his wrists are buttons as well for the sleeping gas he used against Spider-Man. As for his abdomen, back and legs which instead of mostly green armor it is smooth out where the wearer can move easily and not be restricted.


After being transported into Earth-199999, Green Goblin initially retains his typical appearance but soon Norman shatters his mask with a rock. He then dons a purple hoodie and a green jacket and pants while still wearing the Goblin suit underneath. When the Green Goblin retakes control of Norman's mind and battles Spider-Man throughout his apartment building, most of his clothing is tattered leaving him with his armor and purple hood. During the final battle at the Statue of Liberty, the Green Goblin wears a satchel, large goggles and rides a slightly redesigned glider.



Unlike his host Norman Osborn, who is genuinely nice yet flawed man and remorseful for his actions, under the Green Goblin's influence, he is a sinister, malicious villain with a clear sadistic and cunning streak to boot. He is consistently cheerful, playful and merry in tone, in stark contrast to the viciousness and violence of his actions.

He takes everything in stride, having no value for human life, and finds amusement in wanting destruction. While he comes off as silly at first, the Green Goblin is constantly scheming, orchestrating incredibly elaborate plans. He also has a nihilistic sense of humor and what is entertaining to him is disturbing and horrific to others. He shows strong hatred towards the very concept of morality, believing it weakens people and makes them suffer and even goes as far as calling it an illness. In the novelization by Peter David, it's even made abundantly clear that in addition to wanting to become a god among Earth, wishing to be the "shepherd" to the "lambs", he intends to kill everyone within out of pure sadism after he has made them fear him, while also desiring respect from world leaders.

Furthermore, he can assess an opponent and accurately deduce their mindset and desires - exploiting their impulses for his own gains. His greatest strength lies in his ability to understand his opponents' capacity for empathy and love, and twist it in order to bend their will to suit his own needs. The Green Goblin is sharply perceptive of other people's mindsets, which makes him much more insidious and dangerous than other typical villains. While many villains fail to grasp empathy or believe in selflessness and kindness, the Green Goblin understands these qualities well and exploits them to psychologically break the will of others.


Goblin has become more determined to cause mayhem and misery upon entering Earth-199999. He disregards Norman entirely, wishing to conquer this new world he's come across, unaware of the heroes other than Spider-Man here. Proof of his love of chaos, Goblin convinces Electro and Sandman to refuse their cures because their mutations make them "gods" capable of taking what they wish. He even puts all of Earth-199999 in fatal danger by releasing the spell Doctor Strange sealed away; every person in the multiverse who knows Peter Parker is Spider-Man would get pulled in, resulting in the collapsing of Peter's world.

Powers and Abilities


  • Artificially Enhanced Physiology/Goblin Formula Enhancements: Norman decided to expose himself to a formula being developed by his company that was specifically made to create Super Soldiers for the military. As Norman's alternative personality, the Green Goblin is far stronger, durable, faster, and agile than Norman or any other normal human. However, the performing-enhancing gas resulted in him in his creation, where the Goblin often takes over whenever he wants and his voice also changes between the two personas. Osborn often sees his Goblin persona while staring in a mirror and have no memory of the Goblin's actions. The Goblin continued to be at the peak of his power until he was rehabilitated by the MCU Spider-Man who chose not to kill him, but by injecting him with an anti-serum that undid his mutation, ridding the Goblin persona and thereby restoring Norman's sanity.
    • Superhuman Strength: The Goblin is stronger than any normal human. He was strong enough to fight and overpower his Spider-Man, slamming him through multiple floors, and destroying an entire apartment building. He showed his strength when he punches a wall when Spider-Man ducks in the final battle and he busted the wall completely showing his strength in his blows. He also easily broke his helmet with a rock. Later in his battle with the alternate Spider-Man, he was able to take the young hero down and sent him smashing through the hotel walls.
    • Superhuman Durability: The Goblin's body is tougher and far more durable than a normal human's, which allowed him to withstand physical strikes attacks from an enraged Spider-Man without facing any fatal injury. However, he did have his limits, as his own glider was capable of impaling him and Spider-Man was eventually able to best him during their final confrontation. The Goblin also has far more stamina than any normal human, which allowed him to easily keep up with the likes of the powerful Spider-Man himself who was holding back his power.
    • Superhuman Speed: The Goblin is far faster and more agile than any normal human, being almost as fast as Spider-Man and being able to make maneuvers to best his opponents. The Goblin can also has incredible reflexes to react much faster than any regular human and can keep up with Spider-Man during his fight.
    • Superhuman Agility: Osborn is far more agile than any normal human, being able to use it to make maneuvers to best his opponents. Osborn can use his glider with little issues with his superhuman equilibrium and sense of balance and dodge certain attacks from an enraged Peter. Also because of the performance-enhancing gas Osborn experimented with, Osborn became capable of great athletic feats as seen during his battles with Spider-Man.
    • Superhuman Reflexes: Osborn can react much faster than any regular human. He can keep up with Spider-Man during his fight. Osborn even as far was able to block some of his attacks and react from an intense blow Peter attempted to give.
    • Superhuman Stamina: Osborn's musculature produces far fewer fatigue toxins during physical activity than the musculature of an ordinary human, allowing him to easily keep up with the likes of the powerful Spider-Man himself who was holding back his power. Osborn continuously laugh and enjoy the every punches Parker gave and continued the fight.
    • Regenerative Healing Factor: The enhancing gas also gave the Goblin the ability to heal more quickly than a regular human, he did have his limits, as his own glider was capable of killing him in seconds.


  • Genius-Level Intellect: As Osborn, the Goblin is an expert businessman, as he was able to create his company from the ground up in his universe. He was described as "brilliant" by the likes of Doctor Octopus, an accomplished scientist in his own regard. He was described as a "brilliant scientist" in the field of military research by Doctor Octopus. He helped Spider-Man in his endeavor to cure the other villains while Osborn was in control. The Goblin was also able to create with Osborn's company through the creation of several advanced weapons. His best work as an engineer includes his Green Goblin Armor, Glider, Pumpkin Bombs, and Razor Bats. He also helped Spider-Man fabricate an improved Neural Inhibitor Chip for Doctor Octopus utilizing Stark technology, which is technology far beyond what he has ever seen and still able to use it efficiently.
  • Master Martial Artist: While having no known formal training, the Green Goblin is a skilled hand-to-hand combatant and martial artist, using an aggressive and methodical fighting style, as seen when he repeatedly went toe to toe with his universe' Peter Parker and grappled with an alternate Spider-Man. The Goblin also has a retractable blade along the gauntlet of his armor. He managed to stab his Spider-Man in the back, although he failed to kill him. He can also throw his Pumpkin Bombs and Razor Bats with great accuracy. He threw one of his bombs into the Machina de Kadavus with considerable ease, destroying it to unleash the spell.


  • Split Personality Disorder: The effects of the Formula caused mental instability in the test subjects before Norman decided to expose himself to the formula, after being exposed to the formula, he developed a personality different from his own that was thirsty for blood and vengeance who would be the Green Goblin.


  • Green Goblin Armor: The Green Goblin wore a technologically advanced battle-suit that enhanced his strength and durability. The suit has control over the goblin glider, as he is able to remotely control it. His helmet can reveal his eyes while the rest of his face remains hidden when he wears it. Shortly after entering Spider-Man's universe, Norman smashed his helmet into bits in a futile attempt to escape the Goblin. He then received a purple sweater from MCU May Parker when he sought refuge at F.E.A.S.T., which became tattered as the Goblin took over and fought Spider-Man. The Goblin would later equip a satchel to hold many Pumpkin Bombs and Razor Bats and goggles to substitute for his broken helmet for the battle at Liberty Island.
    • Sleep Gas: The original Goblin suit was equipped with sleep gas that come out from the arms. He used this to kidnap Spider-Man when he attacked the Daily Bugle.
    • Retractable Blade: The Goblin suit became upgraded with a retractable blade. He attempted to use this weapon against MCU Spider-Man.
  • Pumpkin Bombs: The Goblin uses these specialized pumpkin-themed explosives/bombs to blow up or disintegrate his targets. He used one to destroy the Machina de Kadavus. These bombs are stored and can come out of his glider.

One of Green Goblin's bombs

  • Razor Bats: The Goblin uses small bat-shaped boomerangs. These Razor Bats are drones to slice his enemies, they could be used to sever Spider-Man's web-lines. The Razor Bats were a variant of Pumpkin Bomb that sprouted rotating wing-shaped razor blades when thrown, and were capable of flight and homing in on a target.

Goblin holding his trident

  • Goblin Trident: The Goblin utilizes a special weapon he briefly wields in his final battle with Spider-Man. His shiny trident was made specifically to kill Spider-Man.
  • Goblin Glider: The Goblin utilizes a special transportation device to fly where he wants to, store his weapons, and impale his enemies. A number of Pumpkin Bombs are stashed in the machine, which the Green Goblin can retrieve at any time. Osborn can also control the Glider remotely to either summon it or attack his foes with it. At the front of the Glider are sharp prongs which the Goblin can use to impale his enemies, usually with lethal results. He impaled and killed himself while trying to murder the Spider-Man native to his universe and managed to fatally injure May Parker, who was the aunt of an alternate Peter Parker. The Goblin himself was almost killed by his own glider once more by a vengeful MCU Parker but was stopped by the Goblin's native Spider-Man.





  • Mary Jane Watson - Kidnapee and Attempted Victim
  • May Parker - Attempted Victim
  • Henry Balkan † - Former Board Member turned Enemy and Victim
  • Maximilian "Max" Fargas † - Former Board Member turned Enemy and Victim
  • General Slocum † - Former Board Member turned Enemy and Victim
  • Dr. Mendel Stromm † - Former Employee turned Victim
  • Peter Parker/MCU Spider-Man - Second Archenemy, Attempted Victim, Attempted Killer and Curer
  • MCU May Parker † - Former Ally and Victim
  • Michelle Jones - Attempted Victim
  • Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange - Capturer



Back to formula?
~ The Goblin's first words before killing Stromm.
Oh no, you can't do this to me. I started this company! YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I SACRIFICED?!
~ Norman's breakdown when he gets fired.
~ The Green Goblin to the Oscorp Board members before killing them.
Hello, my dear!
~ The Green Goblin to Mary Jane.
I surrender!
~ The Goblin pretending to surrender before taking out the cops.
~ The Goblin complimenting Spider-Man's fighting before punching him.
We'll meet again, Spider-Man!
~ The Green Goblin after his first defeat at Spider-Man's hands.
Green Goblin: Did you think it was coincidence? So many good things, all happening for you - All, for you. Norman.
Norman Osborn: What do you want?
Goblin: To say what you won't. To do what you can't. To remove those in your way.
Norman: ...You killed them.
We killed them!
Norman: We?
Goblin: Remember your little accident at the laboratory?
Norman: The performance enhancers...
Goblin: Bingo. Me. Your greatest creation. Bringing you what you've always wanted: Power, beyond your wildest dreams, and it's only the beginning! There's only one... who can stop us. Or, imagine if he joined us.
~ The Goblin talking to Norman and revealing himself to him.
Jameson, you slime! Who's the photographer who takes the pictures of Spider-Man?!
~ The Goblin attacks J. Jonah Jameson.
You're an amazing creature, Spider-Man. You and I are not so different. (...) Well. To each is own. I chose my path, you chose the way of the hero. And they found you amusing for a while, the people of this city. But the one thing they love more than a hero... is to see a hero fail, fall. Die trying. In spite of everything you've done for them, eventually, they will hate you. Why bother? (...) Here's the real truth: there are eight million people in this city, and those teeming masses exist for the sole purpose, of lifting the few exceptional people onto their shoulders. You, me... we're exceptional. I could squash you like a bug right now... but I'm offering you a choice. Join me. Imagine what we could accomplish together... what we could create. Or we could destroy! Causing the deaths of countless innocents with our selfish battles again and again and again until we're both dead! Is that what you want? Think about it, Hero!
~ The Green Goblin to Spider-Man.
You're pathetically predictable, like a moth to the flame! What about my generous proposal? Are you in or are you out?
~ The Green Goblin to Spider-Man about the choice of joining him or not.
Wrong answer!
~ The Green Goblin when Spider-Man rejects his "generous proposal".
No one says no to me!
~ The Green Goblin.
Harry, please. Look at her. You think a woman like that's sniffing around because she likes your personality? Your mother was beautiful too. They're all beautiful until they're snarling after your trust fund like a pack of ravening wolves. A word to the not-so-wise about your little girlfriend. Do what you need to with her, then broom her fast!
~ Norman expressing his prejudicial of women to his son Harry.
Finish it! FINISH IT!
~ The Green Goblin telling Aunt May to finish her prayer as he attacks her in her own home.
Can the Spider-Man come out to play?
~ The Green Goblin to Peter over the phone.
Spider-Man! This is why only fools are heroes — because you never know when some lunatic will come along with a sadistic choice. Let die the woman you love… or suffer the little children. Make your choice, Spider-Man, and see how a hero is rewarded. We are who we choose to be. Now, CHOOSE!
~ The Goblin holding Mary Jane and a tram full of innocent children hostage forcing Spider-Man to decide whom to save first.
It's time to die!
~ Green Goblin attempts to kill Spider-Man.
Misery, misery, misery. That's what you've chosen. I offered you friendship, and you spat in my face.
~ The Green Goblin as he attacks and beats Spider-Man.
You've spun your last web, Spider-Man. Had you not been so selfish, your little girlfriend's death would have been quick and painless. But now that you really pissed me off, I'm gonna finish her nice and slow. MJ and I, we're gonna have a hell of a time!
~ The Green Goblin to Spider-Man.
Peter? Don’t tell Harry.
~ Norman/The Goblin's last words as he regains control over his body and begs Peter not to reveal the truth, as he dies.

Spider-Man 2

Green Goblin: Son...
Harry: Dad? I thought you were...
Green Goblin: No. I'm alive in you, Harry. You swore to make Spider-Man pay... now make him pay.
Harry: But Pete's my best friend!
Green Goblin: And I'm your father. You're weak. You were always weak and you will always be weak until you take control! Now you know the truth about Peter. Be strong Harry. Avenge me.
Harry: No...
Green Goblin: AVENGE ME!
Harry: NO!
~ The Green Goblin to Harry in Harry's vision.

Spider-Man 3

You've taken your eye off the ball.
~ The Green Goblin resurfacing in Harry's head to make him regain his memories.
Green Goblin: Harry. Remember me?
Harry: Yes, father. I remember.
Green Goblin: I was right about her. About Peter. About everything. You know what you must do. Make him suffer. Make him wish he were dead FIRST, WE ATTACK HIS HEART!
~ The Green Goblin to Harry in Harry's vision after the latter regains his memories.
The night your father died, I...I cleaned his wound...the blade that pierced his body came from his Glider.
~ Bernard Houseman explains the truth about The Green Goblin's death to his son, Harry.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Coward! We have a new world to conquer. You make me sick. Hiding in the shadows. Hiding from who you truly are. You can't escape yourself!
~ The Green Goblin to Norman Osborn.
Green Goblin: That's some neat trick... that sense of yours.
Doc Ock: Norman?
Green Goblin: Norman's on sabbatical, honey.
Electro: What the hell?
Spider-Man (MCU): The Goblin.
Green Goblin: "No more darker half"? Did you really think that I'd let that happen? That I'd let you take away my power, just because you're blind to what true power can bring you?
Spider-Man (MCU): You don't know me.
Green Goblin: Don't I? I saw how she trapped you. Fighting her holy, moral mission. We don't need you to save us. We don't need to be fixed! These are not curses. They're gifts.
Doc Ock: Norman, no.
Green Goblin: Quiet, lapdog.
Spider-Man (MCU): You don't know what you're talking about.
Green Goblin: I've watched you from deep behind Norman's cowardly eyes. Struggling to have everything you want... while the world tries to make you choose. Gods don't have to choose. We take.
~ The Green Goblin to MCU Spider-Man and the other villains.
Strong enough to have it all... TOO WEAK TO TAKE IT!
~ The Green Goblin taunts MCU Spider-Man's morality.
Your weakness, Peter... is morality. It's choking you. Can you feel it?
~ The Green Goblin as he strangles MCU Spider-Man.
Norman was right. He got it from you, that pathetic sickness. You tried to fix me. Now, I'm gonna fix you.
~ The Green Goblin before fatally wounding Aunt May.
Peter, Peter, Peter. No good deed goes unpunished. You can thank me later.
~ The Green Goblin to MCU Spider-Man before escaping.
Can the Spider-Man come out to play?!
~ The Green Goblin arriving to battle all three Spider-Men.
Green Goblin: Poor Peter. Too weak to send me home to die?
Spider-Man (MCU): No. I just want to kill you myself.
Green Goblin: Attaboy!
~ The Green Goblin beaming at an enraged MCU's Spider-Man.
She was there... because of you. I may have struck the blow, but you... you are the one that killed her!
~ The Green Goblin's very last words, taunting the MCU's Peter Parker over Aunt May's death when it was truly his own fault, not Peter's, which gave them the opportunity to defeat him while he was talking too much, and his most infamous quote.


Dafoe's performance as the Green Goblin was widely praised and is considered to be one of the greatest superhero movie villains.

Vulture ranked the Green Goblin 19th on the top 25 superhero film villains in 2018, while Collider ranked him the 5th greatest Spider-Man film villain in 2020. Steven Scaife of Vice wrote that "Dafoe's Goblin represents everything that’s fun about superhero villains, as well as everything that’s great about Raimi's campy films." He also commended Dafoe's voice and body language, which helped overcome the bulky Green Goblin costume that he compared to that of a Power Rangers villain. Looking back at the Sam Raimi trilogy, Tom Holland, who portrays Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in addition to his co-star Jacob Batalon, praised Dafoe's performance in the trilogy, calling the Green Goblin a "landmark villain". The two actors praised Dafoe's ability to "bring a difficult character to life" and particularly the mirror scene where he portrays both Norman Osborn and the Green Goblin persona.

David Germain of Peninsula Clarion stated, "Dafoe's best moments come in schizoid debates between the tremulous Osborn and his snarling alter-ego, his internal struggle eliciting occasional compassion among viewers."

Tulsa World stated "Willem Dafoe shoots the moon as Norman Osborn, an unhinged scientist who becomes a masked supervillain called the Green Goblin. Encased in gleaming armor and cackling maniacally as he zips around on a one-man jet glider, he provides some of the film's most dynamic images. However, the Goblin is only half as scary as Dafoe without the mask. In one memorable scene, he debates the nature of his own evil with his reflection in a mirror, successfully taking more risks as an actor than Jack Nicholson in Batman or his own tour de force in Shadow of the Vampire. As much fun as Dafoe is to watch, it's in some of his scenes where the film nearly goes off the rails. At times the Goblin is almost too menacing for this otherwise good-hearted adventure."

Stylistically, there was heavy (though not universal), criticism of the Green Goblin's costume, which led IGN's Richard George to comment years later, "We're not saying the comic book costume is exactly thrilling, but the Goblin armor (the helmet in particular) from Spider-Man is almost comically bad... Not only is it not frightening, it prohibits expression."

William Dafoe won a New York Film Critics Online Award for Best Supporting Actor and was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Villain.

Dafoe was even nominated for a Seattle Film Critics Society Award for Villain of the Year for his performance in Spider-Man: No Way Home.


  • In the novelization by Peter David, the Green Goblin is specifically depicted as a separate entity within Norman Osborn's psyche, actually taking over Norman's body whenever he commits his evil deeds while forcing a helpless Norman into his subconscious. Unlike the film, the Goblin identifies himself as some kind of a dark god and persuades Norman Osborn from not alerting the authorities of his actions by promising him to gain power and respect from world leaders for the both of them. In the film itself, it's left ambiguous whether the Green Goblin is actually an alternate personality of Norman, if he is a representation of Norman's darkest traits or if Norman is hallucinating him all the time.
    • That said, this issue was finally solved onscreen nineteen years later with the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, which confirmed that the Green Goblin is indeed a separate entity from his host, with Norman being shown terrified at the prospect of being taken over by the Green Goblin and regretting the actions he committed while under his control.
  • During the final battle scene, it was supposed to be more brutal with more blood and the use of razor-sharp weapons again and Spider-Man's beating was supposed to be more brutal, but they decided to tone it down to meet PG-13 rating.
  • Willem Dafoe portrayed the Green Goblin in each of the three films of the Raimi Spider-Man trilogy. Although his character was killed during the climax of the first film, the Goblin appeared in the other two films as a vision/hallucination to his son, Harry, thus, he liked to manipulate him and drive him into trying to kill Spider-Man.
    • Aside from appearing as a vision of Norman Osborn in Spider-Man 3, Dafoe appears in a cameo as a customer in a club that Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy go to.
  • Norman Osborn, a.k.a. the Green Goblin, also appeared as the main antagonist in the 2002 Video Game based on the film. In the game, his main scheme was to take Spider-Man's blood and inject it into himself, in order to improve himself, but in the film, his scheme was to defeat and kill Spider-Man, kill his loved ones and destroy the city with his equipment. In the game, unlike in the movie, he was also killed by his glider's blades, which hit him straight in his body, and not in his stomach, which left him to die alone while the glider flew away.
    • Norman's Goblin character model was also a playable character in the game, although it is actually his son Harry.
  • The Goblin didn't make an appearance in the costume of his respective film until the second half.
  • Willem Dafoe performed 90% of his own stunts.
  • The Green Goblin was chosen as the film's main villain since Sam Raimi felt the father-son theme (Norman and Harry Osborn and Peter Parker) would make the film deeper.
  • The Green Goblin's costume was originally designed to be more bulky and armored, but Willem Dafoe, having decided to film his own stunts, rejected it in favor of a more streamlined and athletic costume. The final outfit was composed of 580 pieces and took Dafoe half an hour to put on.
  • During the fight between the Green Goblin and Spider-Man near the end, Willem Dafoe accidentally clipped Tobey Maguire on the chin with one blow.
  • The smoke in the lab during Norman Osborn's transformation scene was originally white but was then digitally altered to green. Director Sam Raimi wanted to use real green smoke but went with the CG effect when prop designers could not create a colored smoke that was nontoxic.
  • Both Tobey Maguire and Willem Dafoe incorporated a Yoga technique called Ashtanga into their training regimens for this film. "Ashtanga" translates into English as "eight-legged", like a spider.
  • Before Willem Dafoe received the role of the Green Goblin, the role was originally intended to be played by Billy Crudup, who even dropped out of other projects to act in this film, but he was considered too young to play the part of Norman Osborn and was declined the role. Many other actors, including De Niro and Travolta, turned down the role. Robert De Niro was also considered for Otto Octavius/Dr. Octopus, (another villain), in the sequel. The final actor in line to play Norman was Bill Paxton, but Sam Raimi was finally convinced that Dafoe was right for the part after a few meetings. Paxton's father still appears in the film as Osborn's elderly housekeeper.
  • Willem Dafoe's own face bears an uncanny resemblance to the original Green Goblin mask from the comics, designed almost 40 years before he was cast in the role.
  • Norman Osborn's home is decorated with masks from around the world. The filmmakers did this to suggest that Norman is a collector of masks, thus offering an explanation for how he was able to provide a mask for his Green Goblin outfit.
  • The film was supposed to feature Doctor Octopus and Green Goblin. However, Sam Raimi decided against using two villains, to focus on a more straightforward story. Doc Ock would later be used in the sequel.
  • Willem Dafoe was never an intended choice to play the Green Goblin. After the script fell into his possession, he began lobbying for the role and met with Sam Raimi, who had intended to cast Billy Crudup in the role. Sometime later, while filming a movie in Spain, Dafoe was approached and shot some test footage inside the hotel room he was staying in. It led to his being cast. Once he received the role, Dafoe asked that he be allowed to perform his own stunts so that the character and movements would feel authentic, or else the audience would notice the difference. He performed about 95% of his own stunts, and unlike many of the stunt crew, learned how to handle the Goblin Glider after just 15 minutes. Having such a great time during filming, he offered to return for Spider-Man 2 (2004) and asked if they could write him in somewhere, his character having died in this movie. Sam Raimi took him up on the offer and both of them set aside a specific day of filming on Spider-Man 2 for Dafoe to shoot Norman Osborn's cameo in other characters' dreams and memories.
  • Willem Dafoe had to be fitted with prosthetic teeth when he took the role of Spider-Man. Producers didn't feel a person as rich as Norman Osborn couldn't afford to get his teeth straightened out. Willem Dafoe's real teeth can be seen in the scene where Norman Osborn is having a conversation with himself in the mirror.
  • Willem Dafoe agreed to come back to play Green Goblin because he got to do his own stunts.
  • While filming Spider-Man: No Way Home, Willem Dafoe wore a cloak to conceal his identity and costume on the set to prevent his appearance from being leaked and preserve the film's secrecy. Tom Holland actually met Dafoe during filming when they accidentally bumped against each other.
  • The Green Goblin has the distinction of being the only main antagonist of a film of the Spider-Man film series within the Marvel Cinematic Universe whose origins aren't linked in any way to Tony Stark (though this is likely because we don't know if Stark exists in the Raimiverse or not). The Vulture lost his job thanks to Tony founding Damage Control to clean up the remains of the Battle of New York and Mysterio was fired by Stark due to his unstable nature.
    • He also has the distinction of being the first non-MCU villain to appear as the main antagonist of an MCU film, due to having been the main villain of the Raimi trilogy before becoming the main antagonist of No Way Home.
  • He appears in the Chad Kroeger and Josey Scott "Hero" music video.
  • In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter is able to create a cure for Norman, telling the MCU Peter that he'd been "thinking about it a long time," suggesting that even with the Goblin long gone, Peter had still cared for and wanted to help Norman if he could.
  • During the fight against MCU Spider-Man in the apartment complex, the scene where the Green Goblin maniacally laughs as Peter punches him in the face repeatedly was improvised by Dafoe. Tom Holland's unnerved reaction to this was genuine.

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Spider-Man: Green Goblin | Dennis Carradine | Bank Robbers | Harry Osborn | J. Jonah Jameson
Spider-Man 2: Doctor Octopus | Harry Osborn | J. Jonah Jameson | Green Goblin
Spider-Man 3: Venom | Sandman | New Goblin | J. Jonah Jameson | Green Goblin | Dennis Carradine
The Amazing Spider-Man: Lizard | Gustav Fiers | Cash Register Thief | Norman Osborn
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Electro | Green Goblin | Donald Menken | Rhino | Alistair Smythe | Ashley Kafka | Felicia Hardy | Gustav Fiers | Norman Osborn
Spider-Man: Homecoming: Bestman Salvage (Vulture, Tinkerer, Shocker #1, Shocker #2 & Randy Vale) | Mac Gargan | Aaron Davis
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: Kingpin | Doctor Octopus | Prowler | Tombstone | Scorpion | Green Goblin | Vanessa Fisk | Richard Fisk
Spider-Man: Far From Home: Mysterio's Crew (Mysterio, William Ginter Riva, Victoria Snow, Gutes Guterman, Janice Lincoln, & Doug) | Elementals (Molten Man, Hydro-Man, Sandman, Cyclone and Elemental Fusion) | Skrulls (Talos) | Obadiah Stane | J. Jonah Jameson
Spider-Man: No Way Home: Raimiverse (Green Goblin (Earth-TRN925), Sandman (Earth-TRN927) & Doctor Octopus (Earth-TRN926)) | Webbverse (Electro (Earth-TRN929) & Lizard (Earth-TRN928)) | J. Jonah Jameson | Venom | Mysterio

Spider-Man (1967)
Vulture | Green Goblin | Electro | Rhino | Mysterio | Doctor Octopus | Scorpion | Human Fly | Kingpin | Lizard | Spider-Slayer | Sandman | Dr. Matto Magneto | Enforcers (Cowboy and Ox) | Frederick Foswell | Mole Man | J. Jonah Jameson

Spider-Man (1981)
Doctor Doom | Kingpin | Doctor Octopus | Lizard | Black Cat | Sandman | Silvermane | Magneto | Mysterio | Ringmaster | Green Goblin | Sidewinder | Kraven the Hunter | Red Skull | Chameleon | Vulture | Hammerhead | Wizard | Medusa

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981)
Green Goblin | Kraven the Hunter | Doctor Doom | Swarm | Chameleon | Electro | Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Blob, Toad, and Mastermind) | Mysterio | Loki Laufeyson | Ymir | Mordred | Kingpin | Doctor Faustus | Red Skull | Juggernaut | Shocker | Sandman | Dracula | Scorpion | Beetle | Doctor Octopus | A.I.M.

Spider-Man: The Animated Series
Kingpin | Green Goblin (Norman Osborn and Harry Osborn) | Doctor Octopus | Hobgoblin | Venom | Vanessa Fisk | Richard Fisk | Silvermane | Insidious Six (Scorpion, (Spider-Man (clone), Rhino, Mysterio, Chameleon, Shocker, and Vulture) | Black Cat | Lizard | Morbius | Spider-Carnage | Spider-Slayers (Alistair Smythe) | Carnage | Baron Mordo | Dormammu | Silver Sable | Hydro-Man | Prowler | Doctor Doom | Red Skull | Electro | Hammerhead | Tombstone | Punisher | Kraven the Hunter | Calypso | Herbert Landon | Jackal | Owl | Spot | Beyonder | J. Jonah Jameson

Spider-Man Unlimited
High Evolutionary | Venom | Carnage | Electro | Kraven the Hunter | Green Goblin | Vulture | Man-Wolf | J. Jonah Jameson

Spider-Man: The New Animated Series
Harry Osborn | Electro | Kraven the Hunter | Turbo Jet | Kingpin | Lizard | Shikata | Silver Sable

The Spectacular Spider-Man
Green Goblin | Tombstone | Doctor Octopus | Hammerhead | Venom (Eddie Brock) | Sinister Six (Rhino, Vulture, Electro, Sandman, Mysterio, and Kraven the Hunter) | Chameleon | Tinkerer | Enforcers (Shocker, Ricochet and Ox) | Molten Man | Silvermane | Silver Sable | Harry Osborn | Lizard | J. Jonah Jameson | Black Cat | Miles Warren | Frederick Foswell | Calypso | Roderick Kingsley | Morris Bench | Cletus Kasady

Ultimate Spider-Man
Doctor Octopus | Green Goblin | Harry Osborn | Taskmaster | HYDRA (Arnim Zola, Crossbones, Morbius, and Baron Mordo) | Sinister Six (Kraven the Hunter, Rhino, Electro, Scorpion, Vulture, and Hydro-Man) | Toad | Batroc the Leaper | Beetle | Lizard | Frightful Four (Wizard, Trapster & Klaw) | Juggernaut | Sandman | Venom | Loki Laufeyson | The Collector | Grandmaster | Carnage | Wolf Spider | Ultimate Green Goblin | Shocker | Shriek | Swarm | Dracula | Spider-Slayers (Kaine) | Absorbing Man | Abomination | Annihilus | Arcade | Attuma | Awesome Android | Blastaar | Blizzard | Boomerang | Chitauri | Deadpool | Destroyer | Doctor Doom | Dormammu | Skurge | Enforcers (Montana, Fancy Dan, Ox) | Frost Giants | Grizzly | Hammerhead | Jack O'Lantern | Korvac | The Leader | Living Laser | Man-Wolf | Maximus | Melter | Mesmero | M.O.D.O.K. | Molten Man | Mister Negative | Mysterio | Nightmare | Norma Osborn | Phalanx | Sabretooth | Skaar | Galactus | Ulik | Whirlwind | Wrecker | Piledriver | Thunderball | Bulldozer | Ymir | Zodiac | Scorpio | Zzzax | J. Jonah Jameson

Spider-Man (2017)
Symbiotes (Venom, Scream, Scorn, and Mania) | Dark Goblin | Hobgoblin | Doctor Octopus | Vulture/Goblin King | Alistair Smythe | Rhino | Jackal | Hammerhead | Electro | A.I.M. (M.O.D.O.K.) | Spider-Slayers | Lizard | Tinkerer | Swarm | Scorpion | Sinister Six | Kraven the Hunter | Man-Wolf | Silver Sable | Beetle | Spot | Prowler | Molten Man | Mister Negative | Chameleon | HYDRA (Crossbones and Arnim Zola) | Black Cat | Ghost | Blizzard | Absorbing Man | Crimson Dynamo | Overdrive | Mysterio | Jack O'Lantern | Silvermane | Lady Octopus | Paladin | Puma | Shocker | Living Brain | Sandman | Technovore | Baron Mordo | Knull | J. Jonah Jameson

Spidey and His Amazing Friends (2021)
Green Goblin | Doctor Octopus | Rhino

Video Games
The Amazing Spider-Man & Captain America in Dr. Doom's Revenge: Doctor Doom | Electro | Hobgoblin | Rhino | Boomerang | Grey Gargoyle | Oddball | Batroc the Leaper | Mysterio
Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister Six: Sinister Six (Doctor Octopus, Electro, Hobgoblin, Mysterio, Sandman and Vulture)
Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin: Kingpin | Doctor Octopus | Lizard | Electro | Sandman | Hobgoblin | Venom | Tinkerer | Mysterio | Vulture | Bullseye | Typhoid Mary
Spider-Man & X-Men: Arcade's Revenge: Arcade | Carnage | Rhino | Apocalypse | Juggernaut | Selene Gallio | Sentinels | Master Mold
Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage: Carnage | Shriek | Doppelganger | Demogoblin | Carrion
Spider-Man and Venom: Separation Anxiety: The Jury | Sentry | Ramshot | Screech | Bomblast | Firearm | Wysper | Life Foundation | Symbiotes (Carnage | Riot | Phage | Lasher | Agony | Scream)
Spider-Man (2000): Doctor Octopus | Symbiotes | (Carnage, Venom) | Jade Syndicate | Monster Ock | Scorpion | Rhino | Mysterio, J. Jonah Jameson, Lizard
Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro: Electro | Beetle | Hammerhead | Lizard |Sandman | Shocker
Spider-Man (2002): Green Goblin | Shocker | Vulture | Spider-Slayers | Scorpion | Kraven the Hunter | Dennis Carradine | Harry Osborn | J. Jonah Jameson
Spider-Man 2: Doctor Octopus | Harry Osborn | Rhino | Mysterio | Shocker | Puma | Black Cat | Vulture | Calypso | J. Jonah Jameson
Ultimate Spider-Man: Bolivar Trask | Venom | Vulture | Silver Sable | Shocker | R.H.I.N.O. | Electro | Beetle | Green Goblin | Sandman | Carnage
Spider-Man 3: Venom | Sandman | New Goblin | Lizard | Scorpion | Kraven the Hunter | Calypso | Kingpin | Rhino | Morbius | Shriek | H-Bombers (Mad Bomber) | J. Jonah Jameson
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows: Spider-Man | Venom | Kingpin | Black Cat | Vulture | Electro | Tinkerer | Rhino
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions: Mysterio | Kraven the Hunter | Hammerhead | Hobgoblin | Electro | Sandman | Vulture | Scorpion | Deadpool | Juggernaut | Silver Sable | Goblin | Serena Patel | Carnage
Spider-Man: Edge of Time: Peter Parker | Atrocity | Walker Sloan
The Amazing Spider-Man: Spider-Slayers (Alistair Smythe) | Lizard | Rhino | Vermin | Scorpion | Felicia Hardy | Iguana | Nattie
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Carnage | Kingpin | Green Goblin | Shocker | Kraven the Hunter | Black Cat | Electro | Chameleon | Norman Osborn | Cash Register Thief
Marvel's Spider-Man: Sinister Six (Doctor Octopus, Mister Negative, Electro, Vulture, Rhino and Scorpion) | Inner Demons | Norman Osborn | Silver Sable | Kingpin | Shocker | Tombstone | Taskmaster | Black Cat | Screwball | Hammerhead | Walter Hardy | Yuriko Watanabe
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Roxxon Energy Corporation (Simon Krieger) | The Underground (Tinkerer) | Prowler | Rhino | Kingpin | Norman Osborn | Doctor Octopus | Vulture

See Also
Black Cat Villains | Cloak & Dagger Villains | Morbius: The Living Vampire Villains | Prowler Villains | Punisher Villains | Scarlet Spider Villains | Silk Villains | Silver Sable Villains | Solo Villains | Sony's Spider-Man Universe Villains | Spider-Girl Villains | Spider-Gwen Villains | Spider-Man 2099 Villains | Spider-Man Noir Villains | Spider-Woman Villains | Toei's Spider-Man Villains | Venom Villains

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Animated Features
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See Also
007 Villains | Aardman Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Angry Birds Villains | Bad Boys Villains | Blade Runner Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Castle Rock Entertainment Villains | Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Villains | Cowboy Bebop Villains | Community Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Final Fantasy Villains | Fright Night Villains | Ghostbusters Villains | Ghost Rider Villains | Godzilla Villains | Goosebumps Villains | Hellboy Villains | Hotel Transylvania Villains | Jackie Chan Adventures Villains | Jerry Bruckheimer Villains | Jumanji Villains | Karate Kid Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Men in Black Villains | Morbius: The Living Vampire Villains | Muppet Villains | Netflix Villains | New Line Cinema Villains | Punisher Villains | Paramount Villains | Rambo Villains | Resident Evil Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | Robocop Villains | Sony's Spider-Man Universe Villains | Spider-Man Villains | Steven Spielberg Villains | Stuart Little Villains | Syfy Villains | Stephen King Villains | Terminator Villains | The Boondocks Villains | The Boys Villains | The Dark Crystal Villains | The Grudge Villains | Total Recall Villains | Trainspotting Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Underworld Villains | Universal Soldier Villains | Venom Villlains | Village Roadshow Pictures Villains | Warner Bros. Villains | XXX Villains

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Ten Rings
Mandarin | Raza Hamidmi Al-Wazar | Abu Bakaar | Ahmed | Omar | Ten Rings Agent | Jackson Norriss | HYDRA Buyer | Death Dealer | Razor Fist | Gao Lei

Strategic Operations Command Center
Abomination | Thunderbolt Ross

Hammer Industries
Justin Hammer | Jack | Hammer Drones

Frost Giants
Loki Laufeyson | Laufey | Grundroth | Hailstrum | Raze | Jotunheim Beast

Hive | Red Skull | Arnim Zola | Daniel Whitehall | Wolfgang von Strucker | Grant Ward | Gideon Malick

Centipede Group
John Garrett | Ian Quinn | Raina | Edison Po | Deathlok | Debbie | Vanchat | Scorch | Kaminsky

Alexander Pierce | Crossbones | Jack Rollins

Winter Soldiers
Vasily Karpov | Winter Soldier | Josef | Wilfred Nagel

Aida | General Hale | Wilfred Malick | Heinz Kruger | HYDRA Lieutenant | Velt | Jasper Sitwell | Russo | Senator Stern | List | Scarlet Witch | Quicksilver | Mitchell Carson | HYDRA Buyer | Sunil Bakshi | Absorbing Man | Agent 33 | Blizzard | Kebo | Werner von Strucker | Giyera | Lucio | Alisha Whitley | Primitives | Hero Mercs | Dr. Leopold Fitz | Alistair Fitz | Ruby Hale | Qovas | Senator Atwood | HYDRA's Champion

Adolf Hitler | Roeder | Hutter | Schneider

Black Order
Thanos | Ebony Maw

The Other | Leviathans | Chitauri Gorillas

Proxima Midnight | Corvus Glaive | Cull Obsidian | Nebula | Outriders | Sakaaran Mercenaries

Aldrich Killian | Eric Savin | Trevor Slattery | Ellen Brandt | Sweat Shop Agent | Ponytail Express | Maya Hansen | Vice President Rodriguez | Extremis Soldiers

Dark Elves
Malekith the Accursed | Kurse the Strong

Duhg | Kronan Marauder

Kree Empire
Supreme Intelligence | Ronan the Accuser

Yon-Rogg | Minn-Erva | Korath the Pursuer | Att-lass | Bron-Char

Kree Watch
Kasius | Sinara | Faulnak | Vicar | Tye

Vin-Tak | Soh-Larr | Sakaaran Mercenaries | Exolon Monks

Yondu Ravager Clan
Yondu Udonta | Kraglin Obfonteri | Horuz | Vorker | Tullk | Oblo | Taserface | Gef | Retch | Halfnut | Brahl | Narblik | Huhtar

Red Room
General Dreykov | Taskmaster | Madame B | Black Widows

Kaecilius | Lucian Aster

Ayesha | Sovereign Admiral | Zylak | Sovereign Chambermaid

Arishem the Judge | Eson the Searcher | Ego the Living Planet | Tiamut the Communicator

Bestman Salvage
Vulture | Tinkerer | Shocker #1 | Shocker #2 | Randy Vale

Berserker Army
Hela Odinsdottir | Skurge | Fenris Wolf

Sakaaran Guards
The Grandmaster | Topaz | Sakaaran Mercenaries

Fire Demons
Surtur | Fire Dragon

Sambisan Militants
Sambisan Captain

Talos | Norex

Mysterio's Crew

Molten Man | Hydro-Man | Sandman | Elemental Fusion

William Ginter Riva | Victoria Snow | Gutes Guterman | Janice Lincoln | Doug

Soul Eaters

Ikaris | Sprite

Kro | Enkidu

Green Goblin (Earth-TRN925) | Sandman (Earth-TRN927) | Doctor Octopus (Earth-TRN926)

Electro (Earth-TRN929) | Lizard (Earth-TRN928)

Inhuman Afterlife
Jiaying | Gordon | Calvin L. Johnson | Raina | Alisha Whitley

Kingpin's Criminal Empire

Tracksuit Mafia
Echo | William Lopez | Clown | Ivan Banionis | Tomas | Enrique | Dmitri

James Wesley | Leland Owlsley | Christian Blake | Carl Hoffman | John Healy | Bullseye | Vanessa Marianna | Tammy Hattley | Felix Manning | Eleanor Bishop

The Hand
Madame Gao | Nobu Yoshioka | Bakuto | Alexandra Reid | Elektra Natchios | Murakami | Sowande

Felix Blake | Holden Radcliffe | Anton Ivanov | Tucker Shockley | Ellen Nadeer | Victor Ramon | Hellfire

The Pride
Jonah | Leslie Dean | Tina Minoru | Robert Minoru | Geoffrey Wilder | Catherine Wilder | Victor Stein | Janet Stein | Dale Yorkes | Stacey Yorkes

Roxxon Corporation
Peter Scarborough | Terrors

Cerberus Squad
Agent Orange | Blacksmith | Jigsaw | Morty Bennett | Carson Wolf | Punisher

Sarge's Squad
Sarge | Snowflake | Jaco | Pax

Chronicom Hunters
Sibyl | Atarah | Malachi | Luke | Baal-Gad | Abel | Isaiah

Sonny Burch's Gang
Sonny Burch | Uzman | Anitolov | Knox | Stoltz

The Coven
Morgan le Fay | Cassandra | Bronwyn

Flag Smashers
Flag-Smasher | Dovich | Gigi | DeeDee | Lennox | Nico | Matias | Diego

Georges Batroc | Louie

Disciples of Ammit
Arthur Harrow | Ammit

Time Variance Authority
He Who Remains | Ravonna Renslayer | Miss Minutes | Hunter D-90 | Minuteman 90018371

Iron Man | Captain America | Hawkeye | Falcon | Doctor Strange | Wong | Ebony Maw | Cull Obsidian | Hank Pym | Janet van Dyne | Hope van Dyne | Happy Hogan | Sharon Carter | Scarlet Witch | Thanos

Najma | Fariha | Aadam | Saleem

Assorted Variants
Loki Laufeyson | Sylvie Laufeydottir | Boastful Loki | President Loki | Glamshades Loki | Pokey Loki | Bicycle Loki | Infinity Ultron | The Collector | Yellowjacket | Strange Supreme | Sinister Strange | Prince Killmonger | Arnim Zola | Venom | Karl Mordo

Iron Monger | Samuel Sterns | Tough Guy Leader | Whiplash | Anton Vanko | The Destroyer | Georgi Luchkov | Herman | White Power Dave | The Collector | Ferdinand Lopez | Gerald Durand | Garthan Saal | Moloka Dar | Monstrous Inmate | Ultron | Ultron Sentinels | Ulysses Klaue | Yellowjacket | Helmut Zemo | Karl Mordo | Dormammu | Abilisk | Mac Gargan | Aaron Davis | Erik Killmonger | W'Kabi | Linbani | Linda | Dave | N'Jobu | Ghost | Bill Foster | Elihas Starr | Akihiko | J. Jonah Jameson | Valentina Allegra de Fontaine | Camilla Reyes | Franklin Hall | Lorelei | Marcus Daniels | Christian Ward | Jakob Nystrom | Lash | Katya Belyakov | Johann Fennhoff | Dottie Underwood | Turk Barrett | Bill Fisk | Lash | Whitney Frost | Kilgrave | Will Simpson | Dorothy Walker | Audrey Eastman | Diamondback | Cottonmouth | Black Mariah | Shades | Eli Morrow | Lucy Bauer | Harold Meachum | Jim Pierce | Maximus | Lewis Wilson | Tony Gnucci | Lance | Paulie | Leo | Frank Dean | Darius Davis | Detective Flores | Graviton | Grill | Samuel Voss | Alisa Jones | Karl Malus | Pryce Cheng | Detective Connors | Bushmaster | Steel Serpent | Typhoid Mary | Rosalie Carbone | Frank Dean | Darius Davis | Detective Flores | Topher | Anthony Wall/AWOL | Anderson Schultz | John Pilgrim | Eliza Schultz | Krista Dumont | D'Spayre | Mayhem | Lia Dewan | Izel | Shrike | Id Simmons | Trish Walker | Gregory Sallinger | Nathaniel Malick | Kora | Marduk Helstrom | Kthara | Basar | Magoth | Raum | Agatha Harkness | Tyler Hayward | Sharon Carter | Alioth | Khonshu | Jake Lockley | Anton Mogart | Wendy Spector | Ribbon Demon | Gargantos