fieldy snuts wrote:All that effort to assassinate the character of Phil Urich proves that he's the superior Goblin while Roderick's head floats in limbo.
Bah, we do not need to assassinate Phil's character to prove how much of a deadweight he truly is. The mere fact that he has been beaten by two d-list heroes and an ordinary civilian who gained super-powers speaks volume enough. Besides as I have pointed out before, Marvel cares about one goblin only and that's Norman Osborn and as long as Norman is top dog no other goblin will ever get equal footing. What will likely happen is that once Osborn returns to the spider-books, Phil will be kicked to the curb and be forgotten about once Slott leaves.
As for Kingsley, have you ever read a story with him a day in your life? Kingsley has faked his death before so there is no conclusive proof he is truly dead as we never saw the face of the goblin that was decapitated. Kingsley could have easily sent someone in his place that was killed so there is a chance he is still very much alive and manipulating things from behind the scenes.