ATTENTION: You may see gore art and goblin bulges on these pages. Let's rate all these pages R-17, much like many of Willem's movies.
I first fell in love with Willem his role as Norman Osborn/Green Goblin in Spider-Man 2002. I have since expanded my love for him to many more of his movies. Would you like to see my thoughts and drawings?
September 16th, 2022:
The /movies page will now include all media Willem has appeared in! Such as the newly reviewd game 12 Minutes, and the song Madagascar.
September 13th, 2022:
Rehauled CSS to be higher contrast black n' green. Also updated /movies page with a Speed 2 review. We all love Speed 2 Cruise Control!
Me n' Willem
An Essay By Maggie Age 9
💘 Looks cool
🥴 Weird wrinkly faces
🎵 His lisp sounds like sneakers on basketball court
👿 Screams, shakes, zums, and spits when he goblinizes
👃 Tiny crooked nose
👄 Granny smoker lips
🦧 Baby orangutan eyes
💀 Skeletor cheekbones
🦷 Big smile, lots of teeth
🦴 Very big ribcage
💘 That means he has a big heart 🩺💕
👑 Grandoise thesp in a sea of generic leading men
🍆 Scary peepee
👩 Identifies with woman
"It makes me laugh when I hear a guy talking about being in touch with his feminine side. But I gravitate towards women, I identify with them. And I do cry very easily, more and more as I get older."- Willy Big D. Dafoe
Liv: "I fell in love with the Green Goblin from Spider-Man 2002 when I was 9 years old. I had never seen a more beautiful man."
Ollie: "All the other kids made fun of me! "Ew he's UGLY and OLD!". They had Justin Timberlake, well, I had my Dafoe!"
Liv: "And now that I'm a grown ass man, and gobby is only 3x my age, I can draw this copyrighted character doing anything I want."
Liv: "Back to formula."
Liv: "I still haven't met a man who can meet my goblin standards."
Even as a full grown man now, Mr. Dafoe provides (dis)comfort as dream demon. His essence haunts me and quacks at me in my sleep.
Dafoe's influence on me is very apparent in my characters. He's the reason I love to draw my older characters with very large ribcages, small waists/hips, and prominently lined faces.
The astute among you may recognize some Dafoe-ian traits in my characters Basile and Vicky...