|Appeared in|| Spider-Man|
Pumpkin Bombs are grenades used as weapons by the Green Goblin.
The Pumpkin Bombs come from the weapons arsenal of the Goblin's flying vehicle, the Goblin Glider. The bombs are used as explosive grenades, disintegration devices, and as bladed boomerang-like devices - a version of the Gobin's Razor Bats from the comics. During his first appearance in the film, Goblin attacks Oscorp's Unity Day Festival, throwing a pumpkin bomb below a balcony that collapses as soon as it explodes. He also throws another bomb, this time a flashbang which disintegrates his targets, the Oscorp board members. The Goblin later lures Spider-Man into a burning building, and throws his Razor Bat pumpkins at Spidey, slicing his arm.
During the final battle when Goblin throws Spider-Man into an abandoned building, he throws another pumpkin bomb which explodes in front of Peter Parker's face, blasting off half of his mask and sending him flying through a wall.
Harry Osborn uses his father's Pumpkin Bombs when he becomes New Goblin. Harry, during his fight with Peter in his mansion, sends them both flying though the glass mirror and into the Goblin's lair. After the Sky-Stick knock's Harry into a glass shelf containing pumpkin bombs, Harry throws one at Peter. However, Peter, under the influence of the black suit, uses his webbing to deflect the attack and throws it right back at Harry. The bomb explodes right next to Harry, scarring the left side of his face.
Later during the climax, Harry arrives at the construction site to save Spider-Man and Mary Jane from Sandman and Venom. He uses a pumpkin bomb on Sandman which explodes and causes Sandman to collapse back into human form. Spider-Man later uses one the Sky-Stick's pumpkin bombs to destroy the symbiote that possessed Eddie Brock. Eddie attempts to save the symbiote by rebonding with it, but is killed in the explosion along with the symbiote.
The Pumpkin Bomb resembles a miniature Jack-o'-lantern and, when thrown, ignites almost soundlessly and produces enough heat to melt through a 3-inch (76 mm) thick sheet of steel. The Goblin stores these in his glider.