The Hobgoblin protected his identity on more than one occasion by putting someone else behind the mask.
Stern was unhappy with the revelation that the Hobgoblin's civilian identity was Leeds and wrote the three-issue miniseries Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives in 1997, with the that Kingsley was the original Hobgoblin and had brainwashed Leeds as a.
Osborn later told Kingsley that he knew there wasn't a journal with this information and used his own finances to buy out Kingsley's empire.
The glider can reach the speed of 90 miles per hour and can support 400 pounds of weight.
Knowing this was valuable information, Hill passed it on to Kingsley.
His reflexes, speed, stamina and intelligence were enhanced to superhuman levels but how he compares to other superhumans has been left vague, through he can at least trade with Spider-Man blow of blow for at least a bit before being overwhelmed.
The Return of Kingsley After some time, Kingsley decided to come out of retirement.
His rather unscrupulous methods brought him many enemies, such as , a woman whose company he ruined with a smear campaign.