Good: The Green Hornet
This emerald-masked vigilante debuted in 1936 on
The Green Hornet radio program before appearing in several comics and eventually being adapted into a short-lived 1960s TV show. Now, he’s being featured in Michel Gondry’s new film of the same name, starring
Knocked Up slacker
Seth Rogen as the trench coat-wearing crusader. The Green Hornet is the alias for Britt Reid, a billionaire playboy and the son of a slain newspaper publisher. He cruises around with his similarly masked sidekick Kato in their souped-up ride Black Beauty, ridding the streets of crime.
The Green Goblin
One of Spider-Man’s archenemies, this supervillain from the Marvel Comics universe gives all things moss-toned a bad name. The Green Goblin, a.k.a. Norman Osborn, is an industrialist who took a serum that granted him superhuman strength and, subsequently, drove him completely insane. His getup consists of a heavy metal ensemble and a bat-shaped “Goblin Glider,” from which he hurls pumpkin bombs and wreaks havoc. The goblin-induced damage is expected to continue with his offspring the “New Goblin” in the upcoming installment of the film franchise,
Spider-Man 3. No word yet on what color he’ll be.