[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Eddie Brock and Venom have begun having nightmares of a symbiote attacking Norse warriors from a long time ago Eddie has begun taking anti-psychotics to suppress Venom's voice, as the creature has become more violent as of late The two go out to take pictures from the arrest of a costumed criminal, but Venom[...]
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As is always the case, he shows his expertise in depicting Eddie Brock and his slimy associate The Scorpion's costume looks great Venom looks intimidating and impressive Scott Hanna's inkwork is neat, tidy, and adds due emphasis to the shapes Dono Sanchez-Almara's color art brings things together in a well-balanced and eye-catching manner. Venom #165 brings[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Eddie Brock is waking up nauseas from intense nightmares that seem connected to the Venom symbiote Things complicate when the symbiote gets flighty and abandons Eddie during a fight with the Shocker Finally, Claire Dixon pops up alive and well, and she and her men try to capture Venom. Venom #164 cover by Ryan Stegman[...]
Venom and the X-Men come under attack by the Poisons, in control of Jean Grey and Killer Thrill. According to Venom, this means Jean Grey is dead. Can she still be saved? Is Venom wrong? Is it a good read?
The X-Men and Venom finally catch up with Killer Thrill and her band of mercenaries. Unfortunately, someone else is tailing this band. Is it a good read?
In Venom #162, the X-Men have been possessed by Klyntar symbiotes, and it's up to Venom to keep the focused on their goal so that he can make it back home in one piece. Is it a good read?
As such, it makes sense that she may would see Eddie Brock and immediately think evil still. This issue also does a coupe of other things smartly First, it shows Venom making some genuine effort to make the world know he's not a bad guy Secondly, it expands on the relationship between the symbiote and Eddie[...]
Following up on Sony Pictures release of the the movie's first official poster, and now the studio seems ready to introduce film fans to Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock, as the first official teaser for Venom was released Thursday morning Directed by Ruben Fleischer from a screenplay by Scott Rosenberg, Jeff Pinkner, Kelly Marcel and Will Beall, the[...]
Venom is not only getting his own film this year, he is also getting a dedicated line of products from Hasbro this fall!
In X-Men Blue Annual #1, the Starjammers are taken by symbiotes, and this leads the X-Men to recruiting Venom in the hopes he can help. He's resistant, to say the least. Does this make for a good read?
In Venom Inc. Omega, it's the final battle: Spider-Man, Venom, Anti-Venom, Black Cat, and Mania versus a giant Maniac, aka Lee Price. He has resorbed the symbiotes he attached to his followers, and it's up to these five heroes to stop him. Is it a good read?
Eddie Brock gets a couple of big honking guns that shoot Anti-Venom bullets, Black Cat coats her claws in the stuff, Flash is toxic to the symbiotes thanks to his new suit, and Mania still has hex powers from her Hell Sign. I like that I'm implicitly getting to reference Rick Remender's "Circle of Four" arc[...]
Let's kick off our top Marvel Comics of 2017 list with its resident Lethal Protector: Venom. Specifically, we're talking Venom #156 by Mike Costa and Mark Bagley.
Crossover Spider-Man (Peter Parker) and the new Anti-Venom (Flash Thompson) are pitted against the symbiote hordes of Maniac, aka former-Venom Lee Price. Elsewhere, Eddie Brock begins his search for his other half through the streets of New York. Venom #159 cover by Gerardo Sandoval and David Curiel This is undoubtedly the best issue of the Venom Inc[...]
crossover With Flash Thompson now Anti-Venom'd up, he and Spider-Man are able to subdue and remove the Venom symbiote from Eddie Brock. Spider-Man leaves Eddie tied up at Alchemax, and Webhead and the new Anti-Venom leave to track down the off-shoot of Venom that was stolen from Mania in the last issue They also need to decide[...]