| > > Check it out at this link:|
> > http://www.newsarama.com/comics/110821-Guggenheim-Spidey.html
> I get that there may be twists coming up, but at this point there'd have to be a massive skeleton in Hollister's closet for him to be a worse candidate than Crowne. Frankly, once you show Crowne palling around with both Norman Osborn and Dexter Bennett, Hollister turning out to be backing Menace -- a comparatively lesser baddie -- still wouldn't necessarily make him worse than Crowne.
But do we KNOW that Crowne actually did anything worse than Tony, who also palled around with Norman? Harry CLAIMED that Norman and Crowne were working together on the experiments but Harry could be lying. Crowne might just be a "normal" politician, trying to get the endorsements of anyone who will help him get elected, no matter how scummy they are. Of course, the idea that any politician would get within a mile of Harry or Norman is ridiculous, but we're supposed to accept it.