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Spider-Man: Venom vs. Carnage by Peter Milligan

I am split between “wow this is dumb” and “FSCK THE HATERS VENOM IS PURE LOVE EDDIE❤️VENOM”
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A Tribute to Venom, Carnage, and Toxin

Venom vs Carnage review

It's no secret that the Black Cat is my favourite Spider-Man character. I don't really have any kind of rational basis for this; it's probably just because I think she looks cool and she vaguely reminds me of Gwen Raiden from Angel , who I thought was equally awesome. So it shouldn't be a surprise that I'm constantly frustrated with what comic book artists do to her. There's actually no reason whatsoever for her to have been in Venom vs Carnage at all, and while added Black Cat is clearly a good thing, she really, really feels superfluous here. And that's before you even take into account the fact that the artist has done some, er, creative reimagining of her costume she's wearing a skintight black catsuit already; how could you possibly feel any need to sex that up further? It's not only the Cat that suffers from that last one, though - I desperately, desperately need to know what he did with Spider-Man's nose. It's creeping me out.

The Symbiotes colloquial : Klyntar are a fictional species of extraterrestrial symbiotes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Symbiotes bond with their hosts, creating a symbiotic bond through which a single entity is created. They also are able to slightly alter their hosts' personalities, by influencing their darkest desires and wants, along with amplifying their physical and emotional traits and personality, granting them super-human abilities. The symbiotes have appeared in various media. Venom appears in Spider-Man 3 and Venom , along with other symbiotes. The original design was then modified by Mike Zeck , becoming the Venom symbiote.

Toxin or the Toxin symbiote is a fictional character appearing in American comic books After they fended off Venom and Carnage, Toxin had a conversation with Spider-Man, filling him in on what had happened to him. Spider-Man.
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Major Story Arcs

Spider-Man vs Venom vs Carnage vs Toxin - Complete Story - Comicstorian

Born from Carnage as the th symbiote in its lineage, "Toxin" was feared to be the strongest and most dangerous of their race by both Carnage and Venom besides Knull. Shortly after being born, the symbiote united with police officer Pat Mulligan. Years later, the symbiote was removed from Mulligan by Blackheart , who beat Pat Mulligan to death in a gutter, [2] and contained in a secret lab in a casino in Las Vegas. Crime-Master found the perfect host in Eddie Brock , whom he forced to become Toxin's host. After bonding with Eddie, Toxin took over its host and worked with the Savage Six , attacking its grandfather symbiote, Venom. Toxin tells Venom that after Venom is gone only it will remain for an event it called the Spawning.

Like all Symbiotes , Carnage became pregnant, but felt only hatred and fear for his new "son" because of it's potential to become stronger that it's predecessors. Venom found out about Carnage's "pregnancy", so he tracked him down and talked about the spawn. Carnage did not want to talk about the situation and fought Venom. Carnage was ready to kill his powerful child as soon as it was born. When Carnage did give birth, however, he was too weak to actually kill it. He tried to blow it up, and bury it, but to no luck.

Toxin or the Toxin symbiote is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character has been depicted as an antihero and at times a supervillain. He is the third major symbiote of the Spider-Man series, the ninth known to have appeared in the comics outside of the Planet of the Symbiotes storyline, and the first symbiote that Spider-Man considers an ally, despite temporary alliances with Venom on numerous occasions. Toxin later bonded to Eddie Brock as his second host after Patrick Mulligan was killed. Much like their "father" Venom , Carnage produced an offspring: a third symbiote. Carnage felt only dislike and hatred towards his new spawn, even before he "gave birth" to it, both fearing that it could become much stronger than himself, and being generally disgusted at the thought of giving birth reflecting the attitudes of Carnage's host, Cletus Kasady. At the same time, Carnage's rival and "father" Venom became aware that Carnage was "pregnant" and sought out Carnage to talk about this new symbiote.

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