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The potential introduction of Osborn as Green Goblin is big, especially considering how the ending sets up the return of Doctor Octopus. Green Goblin has caused no end of problems for Spider-Man in the comics, and I’m excited to see what he can do next. That being said, it’s not totally clear at the time of writing if Norman will end up using the G-Serum or if that will fall to Harry. The Miguel in question is Miguel O’Hara, better known as the futuristic hero Spider-Man 2099. We’re not sure if Delilah is based on an existing Marvel character, but her name and weirdly polygonal body shape both suggest she could be connected to Lyla, Miguel’s holographic AI assistant. In any case, could the next Spider-Man game involve time travel?

The question, of course, is which Osborn will become Green Goblin. Both Norman and Harry tend to become Green Goblin in most incarnations of the Spider-Man franchise, including the comics and the Sam Raimi movie trilogy. Either character could wind up as Green Goblin in the sequel. Maybe Norman injects his son with the G-Serum, inadvertently transforming Harry into a monster even worse than Venom. Or perhaps Norman tests the scrum on himself first, causing all his pent-up rage and frustration to take physical form. Another side quest in the game winds up leading Spider-Man to the penthouse apartment of Dmitri Smerdyakov, better known as the shape-shifting villain Chameleon. Thanks to a series of pre-recorded messages, Spidey learns about the troubled history between Chameleon and his half-brother, Kraven. He then escapes a death trap meant for Kraven himself. Second, the game features a post-credits scene where Miles and his mother host a dinner for Albert and his daughter. His daughter turns out to be Cindy, who in the comics becomes the heroine Silk. As for Harry, we have yet to see the younger Osborn become Green Goblin, either. Spider-Man 2 instead has Harry bond with the Venom symbiote, similar to what happened in the Ultimate Spider-Man animated series. Only at the very end of Spider-Man 2 do we get any hint about the impending debut of Green Goblin.G-Serum's presence in Spider-Man 2 continues the series' ongoing foreshadowing of Green Goblin as an impending villain. Given that we see Norman make a phone call to request it, the biggest question remaining is not if the villain will appear, but rather who it will be. While Norman is typically the one to dawn the suit, Harry is horribly ill and has become Green Goblin in several other stories. Given the serum's use as a medicine in some timelines, Norman could either want it for his revenge or as a last-ditch effort to save his son. One thing that seems certain, however, is that this version of the Green Goblin will likely be a technology-based one, given the series' focus on Oscorp and its tech. In this scene we see Otto writing in a journal. We never learn exactly what Otto is writing, but it seems to involve his grand plan for revenge against Spider-Man. He refers to it as “the final chapter.”

Insomniac is clearly setting up some future Spider-Man content with this reveal. We just don’t know if Carnage will be the star of a DLC campaign or if he’s meant to be a villain in a future Spider-Man sequel. Stay tuned to IGN for a deeper dive into The Flame and what it means for Carnage's inclusion in future Spider-man content. The Chameleon Comes Out of HidingThe mid-credits scene in Spider-Man 2 features a surprising and very welcome cameo appearance by Otto Octavius, who’s now imprisoned in the Raft following his defeat in the first Spider-Man game. Norman approaches his old colleague in the hope that Otto will reveal the identities of the two Spider-Men. Otto refuses, happy to see his nemesis wallowing in misery. First, there’s the Spider-Bot quest line, which ends with a befuddled Spidey being confronted by a futuristic bartender named Delilah. Delilah gathers up the rogue Spider-Bots and tells Spidey, “If Miguel comes looking for these, tell him finders-keepers.” As the Green Goblin, Osborn has greatly enhanced strength, durability, and other abilities, which he pairs with his money and access to tech. In that capacity, he’s been one of Peter Parker’s fiercest foes, having sent his life into disarray and chaos on several occasions. Osborn got his powers from a special serum, which is sometimes called the Goblin Serum. This can easily be shortened to G-Serum, answering the question of what that means in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. What exactly is “the final chapter?” Looking at the comics, there are two different Spider-man storylines that share that title. The first is 1965’s The Amazing Spider-Man #33. That issue features one of the most iconic Spidey moments ever, as Peter is trapped beneath tons of rubble and has to summon all his strength and courage to break free. It’s here that we learn The Flame’s true identity and motivation. He’s Cletus Kasady, and he wants to use the symbiote to wreak havoc and destruction on a whole new level. We’ve just witnessed the origin story of Carnage, a symbiote villain even stronger and more bloodthirsty than Venom.

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