History ComicBook / Venom

20th Feb '17 10:18:19 AM superkeaton
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** With Mike Costa taking over for Remender in Vol. 3, the Descent arc again has been dropped, with Mania being completely absent from the books once more. Time will tell if her story is picked up in the book or another, though given the symbiote's change of hosts from Flash to Lee, [[PutOnABus it seems unlikely]].
14th Feb '17 8:16:51 AM ShorinBJ
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The creature ultimately [[ComicbookDeath survived]], going on to bond to a series of hosts (many that bore grudges against Spider-Man), developing from a lonely alien creature to a [[IAmAHumanitarian bloodthirsty]] monstrosity, and it remains one of Spider-Man's deadliest foes despite of and due to the lingering [[{{Yandere}} desire it still possesses for him]]. Its popularity among creators and fans has made it among the most memorable of Spider-Man's Rogues Gallery. Its first villainous host, Eddie Brock, became a popular anti-hero in the 1990's and received his own solo run: ''Venom: Lethal Protector''. Its third host, Mac Gargan, was the longtime Spider-Man villain known as the Scorpion; and was its host from 2003 to 2010 as a member of Norman Osborn's ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' and the ''ComicBook/DarkAvengers'', where he impersonated Spider-Man and even got his own solo comic, ''Dark Reign: Sinister Spider-Man''. Its fourth host was long-time Spider-Man supporting character Flash Thompson, who starred in ''Venom'' Volume 2 and ''Thunderbolts'' Volume 2. After ''Venom'' Vol. 2 was cancelled, Flash appeared in the "Darkest Hours" ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' story arc, and worked with ComicBook/ScarletSpider to save the Microverse from ComicBook/{{Carnage}}. Agent Venom then went on to join the ''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''.

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The creature ultimately [[ComicbookDeath survived]], going on to bond to a series of hosts (many that bore grudges against Spider-Man), developing from a lonely alien creature to a [[IAmAHumanitarian bloodthirsty]] monstrosity, and it remains one of Spider-Man's deadliest foes despite of and due to the lingering [[{{Yandere}} desire it still possesses for him]]. Its popularity among creators and fans has made it among the most memorable of Spider-Man's Rogues Gallery. Its first villainous host, Eddie Brock, became a popular anti-hero in the 1990's and received his own solo run: ''Venom: Lethal Protector''. Its third host, Mac Gargan, was the longtime Spider-Man villain known as the Scorpion; and was its host from 2003 to 2010 as a member of Norman Osborn's ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' and the ''ComicBook/DarkAvengers'', where he impersonated Spider-Man and even got his own solo comic, ''Dark Reign: Sinister Spider-Man''. Its fourth host was long-time Spider-Man supporting character Flash Thompson, who starred in ''Venom'' Volume 2 and ''Thunderbolts'' Volume 2. After ''Venom'' Vol. 2 was cancelled, Flash appeared in the "Darkest Hours" ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' story arc, and worked with ComicBook/ScarletSpider to save the Microverse from ComicBook/{{Carnage}}. Agent Venom then went on to join the ''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''.
12th Feb '17 3:26:30 AM Arawn999
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Venom's origin began with an alien symbiote that was used to build a new suit for Spider-Man, inspired design-wise by the second ComicBook/SpiderWoman (Julia Carpenter) during their team-up in ''ComicBook/SecretWars''. The costume change was initially unpopular with fans (although the black costume would later be brought back as fans began to like it a bit more) so it quickly went through a {{Retcon}} as an alien symbiote that wanted to bond with Peter Parker. Horrified, Spidey managed to repel the symbiote by taking advantage of its weakness to sonic noises via church bells. Some writers and editors did not like Peter's motivation at the time so there was a second RetCon that the suit [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman was more powerful]] than his ordinary suit, but was slowly driving him insane with rage.

The creature ultimately [[ComicbookDeath survived]], going on to bond to a series of hosts (many that bore grudges against Spider-Man), developing from a lonely alien creature to a [[IAmAHumanitarian bloodthirsty]] monstrosity, and remains one of Spider-Man's deadliest foes, despite of and due to the lingering [[{{Yandere}} desire it still possesses for him]]. Its popularity among creators and fans has made it among the most memorable of Spider-Man's Rogues Gallery. Currently it is bonded to long-time Spider-Man supporting character Flash Thompson, and as such featured in ''Venom'' Volume 2 and ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' Volume 2. After ''Venom'' Vol. 2 was cancelled, Flash appeared in the "Darkest Hours" ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' story arc, and worked with ComicBook/ScarletSpider to save the Microverse from ComicBook/{{Carnage}}. Agent Venom then went on to join the ''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''; while it was initially hinted that Flash might not be the one wearing the symbiote, this was ultimately proven not to be the case.

Following ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', Venom got a new ongoing, ''Comicbook/VenomSpaceKnight'', as part of the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' relaunch. Following ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'', in which Venom returns to Earth, the symbiote is set to ditch Flash Thompson for a new host.

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Venom's origin began with an alien symbiote that was used to build a new suit for Spider-Man, inspired design-wise by the second ComicBook/SpiderWoman (Julia Carpenter) during their team-up in ''ComicBook/SecretWars''. The costume change was initially unpopular with fans (although the black costume would later be brought back as fans began to like it a bit more) become one of Spider-Man's most popular costumes) so it quickly went through a {{Retcon}} as and was revealed to be an alien symbiote that wanted to bond with Peter Parker. Horrified, Spidey managed to repel the symbiote by taking advantage of its weakness to sonic noises via church bells. Some writers and editors did not like Peter's motivation at the time so there was a second RetCon that the suit [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman was more powerful]] than his ordinary suit, but was slowly driving corrupting him insane with rage.rage, making him more aggressive and violent.

The creature ultimately [[ComicbookDeath survived]], going on to bond to a series of hosts (many that bore grudges against Spider-Man), developing from a lonely alien creature to a [[IAmAHumanitarian bloodthirsty]] monstrosity, and it remains one of Spider-Man's deadliest foes, foes despite of and due to the lingering [[{{Yandere}} desire it still possesses for him]]. Its popularity among creators and fans has made it among the most memorable of Spider-Man's Rogues Gallery. Currently it is bonded Its first villainous host, Eddie Brock, became a popular anti-hero in the 1990's and received his own solo run: ''Venom: Lethal Protector''. Its third host, Mac Gargan, was the longtime Spider-Man villain known as the Scorpion; and was its host from 2003 to 2010 as a member of Norman Osborn's ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' and the ''ComicBook/DarkAvengers'', where he impersonated Spider-Man and even got his own solo comic, ''Dark Reign: Sinister Spider-Man''. Its fourth host was long-time Spider-Man supporting character Flash Thompson, and as such featured who starred in ''Venom'' Volume 2 and ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' ''Thunderbolts'' Volume 2. After ''Venom'' Vol. 2 was cancelled, Flash appeared in the "Darkest Hours" ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' story arc, and worked with ComicBook/ScarletSpider to save the Microverse from ComicBook/{{Carnage}}. Agent Venom then went on to join the ''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''; while it was initially hinted that Flash might not be the one wearing the symbiote, this was ultimately proven not to be the case.

''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''.

Following ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', Venom got a new ongoing, ''Comicbook/VenomSpaceKnight'', as part of the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' relaunch. Following ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'', in which Venom returns to Earth, the symbiote is set to ditch was separated from Flash Thompson for and acquired a new host.
new, villainous host: Lee Price, a former Army Ranger able to dominate the symbiote with his will.
10th Feb '17 2:44:10 PM DaibhidC
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** ''Comicbook/ContestOfChampions'' (2015): A Venom from a universe where he killed Spider-Man is part of the Grandmaster's team. He now wears the remnants of the Spidey costume as a cape, and has a hallucinatory Peter Parker that he sees as his best friend.


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** ''Comicbook/ContestOfChampions'' (2015): A Venom from a universe where he killed Spider-Man is part of the Grandmaster's team. He now wears the remnants of the Spidey costume as a cape, and has a hallucinatory Peter Parker that he sees as his best friend.
10th Feb '17 2:43:42 PM DaibhidC
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** ''Comicbook/ContestOfChampions'' (2015): A Venom from a universe where he killed Spider-Man is part of the Grandmaster's team. He now wears the remnants of the Spidey costume as a cape, and has a hallucinatory Peter Parker that he sees as his best friend.
8th Jan '17 3:34:34 PM nombretomado
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The symbiote remaining bonded to Spider-Man or bonding to a character other than Eddie Brock has been the focus of numerous {{What If}}s, and alternate versions of the character are present in alternate universes, most prominently in UltimateMarvel and ComicBook/Marvel2099.

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The symbiote remaining bonded to Spider-Man or bonding to a character other than Eddie Brock has been the focus of numerous {{What If}}s, and alternate versions of the character are present in alternate universes, most prominently in UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel and ComicBook/Marvel2099.



** ''UltimateMarvel:'' The "Venom Suit" is a bio-engineered protoplasmic entity created as a cancer cure. Unfortunately, this "symbiote" is unfinished and genetically tailored to the Parker family's [=DNA=], so it starts devouring any other host that tries to wear it (like Ultimate Eddie Brock) forcing them to consume the biomass of other beings to survive.

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** ''UltimateMarvel:'' ''ComicBook/UltimateMarvel:'' The "Venom Suit" is a bio-engineered protoplasmic entity created as a cancer cure. Unfortunately, this "symbiote" is unfinished and genetically tailored to the Parker family's [=DNA=], so it starts devouring any other host that tries to wear it (like Ultimate Eddie Brock) forcing them to consume the biomass of other beings to survive.
8th Jan '17 11:35:11 AM nombretomado
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The symbiote remaining bonded to Spider-Man or bonding to a character other than Eddie Brock has been the focus of numerous {{What If}}s, and alternate versions of the character are present in alternate universes, most prominently in UltimateMarvel and Franchise/{{Marvel 2099}}.

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The symbiote remaining bonded to Spider-Man or bonding to a character other than Eddie Brock has been the focus of numerous {{What If}}s, and alternate versions of the character are present in alternate universes, most prominently in UltimateMarvel and Franchise/{{Marvel 2099}}.ComicBook/Marvel2099.
18th Dec '16 10:37:28 PM Arawn999
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18th Dec '16 1:03:36 PM Arawn999
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpiderMan2017''

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18th Dec '16 1:00:13 PM Arawn999
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