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'''[[Hobgoblin]]''' is a major villain on {{sm}}, recurring throughout the first three seasons, voiced by [[Mark Hamill]]. He is based on the Jason Macendale version. Quite controversial at the time, Hobgoblin appeared first and was instrumental in the creation of [[Green Goblin]]. However, he was widely praised as an exceptional villain, particularly in Hamill's performance.
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'''{{C|Frankenstein's Monster|mof}}''' is the titular character of [[Toei Animation]]'s second [[Marvel Comics]] film {{mof}}. He was voiced by [[Richard Epcar]] in English and [[Hosei Komatsu]] in Japanese. While the original comics closely followed the [[Mary Shelley]] book, this version is more inspired by the [[Universal Pictures|Universal classic monster movie series]].
   
Jason Philip Macendale was a petty crook who dreamed of making it big. When [[Norman Osborn]] wanted [[Kingpin|Wilson Fisk]] dead, he hired Macendale giving him advanced [[OsCorp Industries]] [[Goblin Glider|weaponry]]. Using the [[Hobgoblin (Folklore)|hobgoblin]] of folklore as inspiration, Jason wore a [[Halloween]] costume to strike fear into his enemies. His attempts to kill Fisk was thwarted by photographer Peter Parker and he was chased off by the superhero [[Spider-Man]].
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Long ago, a professor named Frankenstein came up with the theory to reanimating dead bodies in order to cure disease and provide immortality. However, he felt his ideas were blasphemous and discarded them. His son, Victor, learned of these ideas and, despite his father's objections, moved forward to making them a reality. He went to a far land making a lab in an abandoned castle with his assistant, Zuckel. They dug up bodies and created an enormous man. One stormy night, the two brought their creation to life. The creature was given life through electricity, but his appearance terrified the two and they immediately wished him destroyed. The two fled, but the monster followed where he took one of Zuckel's eyes before falling off a cliff.
   
After being betrayed by Osborn he learned that Fisk was actually the Kingpin of Crime. He began playing the two off each other, kidnapping [[Harry Osborn]] and getting [[Goblin Wing|bigger weapons]], until he managed to overthrow Fisk taking his empire. Spider-Man found his way to Kingpin's hideout and defeated Hobgoblin. Fisk used the distraction to take back his facilities.
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The monster made his way to Lake Geneva, Victor's hometown, searching for his father and creator. His efforts to satisfy his natural hunger inadvertently caused him to terrorize the countryside, bringing the attention of local authorities. He attacked families and even killed people just to get some food. At one point, he found Zuckel and murdered him after the man attacked him again. The police found him after he literally crashed a wedding and chased him into the woods, wounding him. He made his way to his own grandfather's cabin, where he moved after his fight with Victor. The monster heard Emily, Victor's daughter, singing and was touched by her innocence. The next day he entered the cabin and met the blind Grandfather, who welcomed him after realizing who and what he was. Emily's initial fear of him caused him to flee, where he was confronted by Victor trying to kill him. He knocked his creator out then saved Emily from an attacking bear. Emily realized that the creature was a good person and the two became good friends, eventually calling himself Franken after the short amount of his father's name he could say.
   
While in hiding, Hobgoblin found that [[Herbert Landon]] was using [[Beast|Hank McCoy]]'s research to destroy all [[mutant]]s. After Landon tried to kill him, Hobgoblin attacked him at a public demonstration where he encountered the wallcrawler again. He pursued Landon and came across Spider-Man, who was then confronted by the [[X-Men|X-Man]] [[Wolverine]]. He fled the two battling heroes and managed to steal all of Landon's data. When the data was [[Hobgoblin Computer Virus|destroyed]] for good, Hobgoblin left after Landon turned into an enormous creature that the webslinger and children of the atom had to defeat together.
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While helping with chores, an angry mob found and attacked Franken. He fled but the mob accidentally caught the forest on fire. Grandfather went after him but was caught in the blaze. Franken overcame his fear of fire, brought on after lightning caught his bandages on fire, and saved Grandfather from the inferno. Unfortunately, the two found Elizabeth, Victor's wife, and were helpless when a blazing trunk fell on her killing her. Realizing how he was endangering everyone around him, Franken left Grandfather in sight of the mob and fled. He was chased by the mob into town and confronted by Philip, Emily's friend. Philip blamed the monster for Elizabeth's death and tried to shoot him. Franken tried to get the gun away from the boy, and ended up killing him. Emily saw this and shot him through the hand. Franken escaped to a church where he saw {{C|Jesus|mof}} {{C|Crucifixion|mof|on the}} {{C|cross|mof}} and remembered Emily's teachings of God. However, Victor once again shot him and he fled to a cliff in the Badlands. The police attacked and Franken killed several in retaliation. Just as he was about to finish them off, he stopped because of Emily's words about not hurting anyone. Victor appeared and tried to kill him, but Emily stopped once her grandfather told her how he tried to save Elizabeth. Victor relented his in pursuit of destruction while Emily apologized for how she acted. Wishing to keep her protected any further harm because of him, Franken threw himself off the cliff and finally died.
 
Macendale used his ill-gotten money to become Jason Philips. He began living lavishly and became engaged to socialite [[Black Cat|Felicia Hardy]]. Eventually he found that Kingpin had developed interdimensional portal technology. Realizing he could go anywhere at any time, Hobgoblin found and stole the only [[Time Dilation Accelerator|portal device]]. He began stealing anything and everything until the battery began to run low. He allied with Kingpin in exchange for more batteries. However, they were confronted by the newly created [[Green Goblin]]. The new villain easily overpowered Hobgoblin who fled within a portal.
 
 
Hobgoblin found that Felicia had discovered his dual identities. He was threatening her when Green Goblin appeared. He captured the two and took them to OsCorp. The second goblin was going to kill him to make things easier for Osborn, with Felicia just getting in the way. Spider-Man appeared and fought Green Goblin rescuing the two. With his secret exposed, Jason admitted that he only wanted Felicia as a trophy and was arrested for his crimes. Spider-Man later fought an alternate [[Hobgoblin (Spider-Carnage Universe)|Hobgoblin]] who had teamed up with [[Green Goblin (Spider-Carnage Universe)|Green Goblin]], [[Kingpin (Spider-Carnage Universe)|Kingpin]], and [[Alistair Smythe (Spider-Carnage Universe)|Alistair Smythe]] all under the command of an evil version of himself: [[Spider-Carnage]].
 
   
   
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Frankenstein's Monster is the titular character of Toei Animation's second Marvel Comics film The Monster of Frankenstein. He was voiced by Richard Epcar in English and Hosei Komatsu in Japanese. While the original comics closely followed the Mary Shelley book, this version is more inspired by the Universal classic monster movie series.

Long ago, a professor named Frankenstein came up with the theory to reanimating dead bodies in order to cure disease and provide immortality. However, he felt his ideas were blasphemous and discarded them. His son, Victor, learned of these ideas and, despite his father's objections, moved forward to making them a reality. He went to a far land making a lab in an abandoned castle with his assistant, Zuckel. They dug up bodies and created an enormous man. One stormy night, the two brought their creation to life. The creature was given life through electricity, but his appearance terrified the two and they immediately wished him destroyed. The two fled, but the monster followed where he took one of Zuckel's eyes before falling off a cliff.

The monster made his way to Lake Geneva, Victor's hometown, searching for his father and creator. His efforts to satisfy his natural hunger inadvertently caused him to terrorize the countryside, bringing the attention of local authorities. He attacked families and even killed people just to get some food. At one point, he found Zuckel and murdered him after the man attacked him again. The police found him after he literally crashed a wedding and chased him into the woods, wounding him. He made his way to his own grandfather's cabin, where he moved after his fight with Victor. The monster heard Emily, Victor's daughter, singing and was touched by her innocence. The next day he entered the cabin and met the blind Grandfather, who welcomed him after realizing who and what he was. Emily's initial fear of him caused him to flee, where he was confronted by Victor trying to kill him. He knocked his creator out then saved Emily from an attacking bear. Emily realized that the creature was a good person and the two became good friends, eventually calling himself Franken after the short amount of his father's name he could say.

While helping with chores, an angry mob found and attacked Franken. He fled but the mob accidentally caught the forest on fire. Grandfather went after him but was caught in the blaze. Franken overcame his fear of fire, brought on after lightning caught his bandages on fire, and saved Grandfather from the inferno. Unfortunately, the two found Elizabeth, Victor's wife, and were helpless when a blazing trunk fell on her killing her. Realizing how he was endangering everyone around him, Franken left Grandfather in sight of the mob and fled. He was chased by the mob into town and confronted by Philip, Emily's friend. Philip blamed the monster for Elizabeth's death and tried to shoot him. Franken tried to get the gun away from the boy, and ended up killing him. Emily saw this and shot him through the hand. Franken escaped to a church where he saw Jesus on the cross and remembered Emily's teachings of God. However, Victor once again shot him and he fled to a cliff in the Badlands. The police attacked and Franken killed several in retaliation. Just as he was about to finish them off, he stopped because of Emily's words about not hurting anyone. Victor appeared and tried to kill him, but Emily stopped once her grandfather told her how he tried to save Elizabeth. Victor relented his in pursuit of destruction while Emily apologized for how she acted. Wishing to keep her protected any further harm because of him, Franken threw himself off the cliff and finally died.


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