A note on Deodato's layout brilliance.
I think that you and I miiiight have had this conversation on the old S_D, but one of the most underrated things about Ellis and Deodato's work on TBolts was Deodato's layouts. Look at this last scan - the chaotic jumble of panels while Normie loses it, then he settles into the Green Goblin persona, and the panels on the right side are back to smooth and orderly.
Deodato did stuff like this all the time in his work on TBolts. I really, really enjoyed it. Yeah, Deodato has abundant weaknesses - inability to draw a woman without Perma Hip Sway™ action, a gross inability to understand how the female body works, etc. But the physical composition of his layouts on TBolts? Where he added so much with subtext? Shows why comics can do things that no other medium can.