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Subj: See 'Spider-Man: Redemption' #1
Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2008 at 12:03:41 am EST
Reply Subj: What was Ben Reilly's reaction to Harry Osborn's death?
Posted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 at 04:17:20 pm EST

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Just a quick question for the forum.

Harry Osborn originally died not long before the Clone Saga began. In Marvel time, it would've happened about a year earlier, based on various stories that have been told over the years. Now, I haven't read each and every issue of the Clone Saga, but I'm guessing that some folks here would have.

Was it ever shown what Ben Reilly's reaction was to Harry's death, if anything? Obviously Ben was the clone so he never actually knew Harry in the literal sense, but since he had Peter's memories he would've felt like Harry's friend anyway, especially when he believed himself to be the real Peter Parker and took on the role of Spider-Man.

Did Peter and Ben ever have a discussion about Harry Osborn's death, and if so, what did Ben say or think?

For an added bonus, did Ben ever have any inner monologue or discussions about Norman Osborn prior to the Revelations storyline?

Any help would be appreciated.

JM DeMatties wrote this issue. Ben's standing over Harry's grave and mourns the fact he wasn't with him when he died and some other unresolved feelings about his death. He pretty much behaves the way you would expect him to.

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