|“||And if your so called performance enhancers have not had a successful human trial by that day, I'm gonna pull your funding. I'm going to give it to them.||„|
|~ Slocum threatening to give Oscorp's funding to Quest Aerospace.|
General Slocum is the anti-hero in the 2002 film, Spider-Man. He is a general working for Oscorp and the person indirectly responsible for the creation of the Green Goblin, as his threats against Norman Osborn is what motivated the latter to test the serum on himself to become the Green Goblin in the first place.
He was portrayed by the late Stanley Anderson.
Slocum was first seen watching the air glider and he came to visit and to esquire about the formula first hand from Norman Osborn. After Dr. Stromm, Norman's colleague, warned them about the unstable testing, Slocum threatens Norman that if the performance enhancer had not had successful human trials, he'll pull all of the funding and give it to their competitor, though he later stated that it would be a pleasure putting Osborn out of business. This forced a desperate Norman to test out the serum himself, resulting the creation of the Green Goblin. While visiting a test at Quest of their cyborg body prototype, Slocum was killed after the Green Goblin attacked the trial run.
- Despite his behavior Slocum is not really an antagonist, but most alikey an antagonist hero.
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