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2009-07-15 13:37 (UTC)
I try hard not to think about how Norman's behavior makes, oh, ZERO sense if we now assume that he doesn't know Peter's identity. Seriously, why does he care so much about Spider-Man if he doesn't even know who he is? But then I think that BND has fragments of good plot in an ocean of stupidity, so don't ask me.
So yeah. Neither Norman nor Harry knows, and Harry is pretending to be "the good son" - which requires sacrificing that meddling jerk Spider-Man (as Harry always saw it before he knew who Peter was, pre-OMD) in the process - so that he has a chance of rescuing Lily and his unborn child. Buuuut the status quo doesn't necessarily stay the same by the end of this issue.
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