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Goblin Glider
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Appeared in Spider-Man
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 3
The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Goblin Glider is the transportation device used by Green Goblin.

History

Spider-Man

The glider is a military contract developed by Oscorp. After submitting himself to the Goblin Serum, Norman Osborn takes the glider and the goblin suit and uses them as the Green Goblin. The Goblin Glider's weapon array includes machine guns and rockets. At the end of the movie, Norman tries to use the glider to impale and kill Spider-Man, but he uses his spider sense to dodge the attack, and the glider impales and kills Norman.

Spider-Man 2

Harry Osborn discovers the Goblin Glider, along with the rest of the Green Goblin's weapons after he breaks a mirror to try to get rid of his father (who is actually his reflection).

Spider-Man 3

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New Goblin Glider concept art

The New Goblin, Harry Osborn, used a more streamlined version of his father's glider - a snowboard-like flying device referred to in promotional material as the Sky Stick. It has two air rotors that keep it air bourn (controls most vertical movement) and a mini jet like engine that can swivile to propel the Sky Stick in any direction (controls most horizontal movement). Because of this Harry can fly it the "sideways" as he does initially or in a similar manner to an actual snow board as he does later in the movie.

The Sky Stick's weapons include a flamethrower, blades and seeking missiles, and is capable of delivering Pumpkin Bombs to Harry using a method of shooting them into the air at arm's height when a hand reaches at the port. At the end of the film Spider-Man uses one of The Sky Stick's Pumpkin Bombs to destroy the black symbiote that possessed Eddie Brock. Brock attempts to protect the Symbiote by rebonding with it but is killed in the explosion along with the Symbiote that's destroyed.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

When taken hostage by Harry Osborn, Donald Menken led him to a secret storage unit, which housed various weapons and serums, including the Goblin armor and glider. When Harry was exposed to the spider-venom developed by Richard Parker, he was quick to don the armor and quickly learned how to operate the glider. Confronting Spider-Man at a clock tower after Electro's defeat, Harry used the glider to indimidatingly hover above the web-slinger and Gwen Stacy, then used the glider to hoist himself and Gwen up into the air when taking her hostage. The fight between Spider-Man and Harry escalated into the clock tower, and Harry was no sooner knocked off of it, its current whereabouts unknown.

Gallery

Spider-Man

Promotion, Filming and Concept Art

Spider-Man 2

Spider-Man 3

Promotion, Filming and Concept Art

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Promotion, Filming and Concept Art

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