Cult Of Carnage: Misery is a new comic book series from Marvel Comics for May that seems to be giving Liz Allen a brand new super identity But will it be hero or villain? Sabir Pirzada and Francesco Mortarino will be creating the five-issue mini-series with Liz Allen, head of Alcheemax, widow of the late[...]
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Plus, Harry and Liz Allen aren't willing to lie down and let Norman ruin their lives, and Peter gets a leg up from Eddie Brock The final battle against the Red Goblin ends here. Amazing Spider-Man #800 cover by Alex Ross Amazing Spider-Man #800 is a rough read for the first half of the comic While the[...]
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[...]
Venom is trying to celebrate being cured when Spider Woman ambushes him to bring him to justice for past crimes. Does this conflict make for a good read?
Venom #153 isn’t a brilliant comic, but it’s a lot of fun. After some of the underwhelming reads this week has brought me, Venom was perfectly satisfying.
In times like these, when every other Marvel book is tying into an underwhelming and overall depressing crossover story, Venom is a breath of fresh air.