Exxxtreme Carnage time! Once upon a time, in Amazing Spider-Man #800, former host of the Venom symbiote, Flash Thompson, died In his role as The Anti-Venom, in battle against the Red Goblin – Norman Osborn in the Carnage symbiote. And even though Eddie Brock, Venom, went to Flash Thompson's funeral… However, in subsequent comic books, the more standard[...]
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At least, that's what Eddie Brock reveals while ruminating over the somewhat-recently-deceased (see Amazing Spider-Man #800) Flash Thompson in a graveyard simulation in next week's Venom #8. It's kind of like when people click on a Bleeding Cool article hoping for the wit and wisdom of your pal Jude Terror, only to find it's written by[...]
The Amazing Spider-Man hits its 800th issue with our beloved hero fighting the Red Goblin for the fate of his friends, family, and New York. Can Spider-Man win? Is it a good read?
Spider-Man is out of commission, but his friends are available to pick up the fight against the Red Goblin. Does it make for a good read?
The Green Goblin returns to make Spider-Man's life worse, and now he knows Web-Head's secret identity. Can Spider-Man win the day? Is it a good read?
Elsewhere, Liz Allen is still calling in favors from Flash Thompson on behalf of Alchemax. Amazing Spider-Man #797 cover by Alex Ross Okay, this one actually wasn't bad The pseudo-framing device of Norman interrogating the unknown hostage is well-constructed and even tense at times The Spider-Man parts aren't all that interesting, and it doesn't really go anywhere[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Agent Anti-Venom is becoming a beloved hero across New York City, and Liz Allen of Alchemax hires/vaguely threatens Flash Thompson into working security at a demonstration for the company Meanwhile, Peter Parker convinces the Daily Bugle to report on the demonstration after receiving an invite from Liz Allen as well Mary Jane Watson also[...]
There is an instance of Spider-Man trying to give Flash Thompson a pep talk, which is ruined by a bad attempt at self-referential humor Granted, the pep talk was bad regardless It's just that the joke at its expense wasn't funny, either. The giant Maniac design could have been more creative It just looks like Venom[...]
In Venom #160, Venom, Anti-Venom, Black Cat, Mania, and Spider-Man are preparing for their assault against Maniac and his legions at the meeting of the Five Families. Does this make for a good read?
In Spider-Man #793, Spider-Man has been infected by Maniac, who is on a crime spree across New York designed to draw out Black Cat. It's up to Agent Anti-Venom to stop him.
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[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Flash Thompson hasn't given up on retrieving the Venom symbiote and returning to his life as Agent Venom, Avenger, Space Knight, and Guardian of the Galaxy To do this, he asks Peter Parker to get his "pal" Spider-Man to help him discover who stole the symbiote from him months back. Meanwhile, Eddie Brock, who has[...]
Would you look at thaaaaaaat. Anyway, Venom #154. This issue takes place from the perspective of Eddie Brock's symbiote, as we explore its sleepless world of crap television, pondering its relationships with Eddie as well as Gargan, Lee Price, and Flash Thompson, and even pushing Eddie to tackle problems he knows about and Eddie doesn't. And it's awesome[...]
Yes, that's right: Flash Thompson will no longer be a bully. Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland, revealed the details in The Disney Channel's A Fan's Guide To Spider-Man: Homecoming. "One of the main differences from the previous movies is that we don't really have a bully," Holland said "His main rival is Flash They have this really funny[...]