These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Vindicated by History: However, when they were released, they were widely panned by the music press and other musicians as juvenile and sloppy. It was only later with the rise of First- and Second-Wave Black Metal that they got recognition.
First Installment Wins: Welcome to Hell and Black Metal were their first two releases, and their most popular and well-liked.
It's the Same, Now It Sucks: After At War With Satan, Possessed (which was composed of songs that were written before AWWS) was criticized for sounding the same as the first two albums. The bad production on it didn't help either.
Narm: The poor quality of both their music and lyrics makes it hard to listen to the music without laughing.
Narm Charm: However, they DID go on to become one of Metal's most influential bands, so people still obviously like them.
Nightmare Fuel: The lyrics to "Buried Alive" from Black Metal are pretty much guaranteed to give nightmares to anybody who is claustrophobic.
Another over Cullen Bunn's run on Venom. Some thought that he had a lot of potential and got progressively better at writing the comic, while others think that it's absolute shit and will never hold a candle to Rick Remender's run on the series.
Draco in Leather Pants: Unsurprisingly considering Brock's sympathetic backstory and Anti-Hero tendencies, as well as the symbiote's Yandere behaviour toward Peter and, for people who are familiar with it, the far more symbiote-sympathetic original depiction of its seperation from Spider-man, fans can easily find the character likeable.
First Installment Wins: More like first host wins: even though the Venom symbiote has been used by various characters by now, the Eddie Brock incarnation remains the most popular, and the only one so far to have been adapted in other medias.
Foe Yay: the best way to describe the relationship between the Symbiote and Spider-Man.
My Real Daddy: Depending on the fan and comic creator, many people have been credited with the creation of Venom. The reason being his somewhat convulted history.
A reader by the name of Randy Schueller wrote into Marvel with the idea of giving Spider-Man a new black costume. Marvel's editor-and-chief at the time liked the idea and credited Schueller. Since he was writing Secret Wars at the time, Shooter asked Mike Zeck, the series' artist, to draw up a Spear Counterpart to Spider-Woman II's costume based on Schueller's design.
Writers such as Peter David and Roger Stern gave the suit its ability to morph into other clothes, have an unlimited supply of web fluid, and decided to turn the costume into a living alien symbiote. Both men have taken some credit for Venom for this reason.
Fans were not pleased with the change initially so the Spider-Man editors decided to get rid of it. David Michelinie, the writer of Amazing Spider-Man, wanted to bring the costume back as a villain and came up with Eddie Brock's character. He also wrote the first miniseries and initially had the idea of turning him into an Anti-Villain once he became popular enough.
Since then, many writers have retconned the nature of the symbiotes - Are they drawn to negative emotions? Are they vampiric? Are they Darwinian monsters? - Mark Millar was the first to release the host from Eddie Brock and decided to turn it into a sort of Legacy Character.
On at least one occasion, attempted to explain the origin of their species. Since the Planet of the Symbiotes storyarc happened during The Clone Saga, it quickly fell into Canon Discontinuity.
They Changed It, Now It Sucks: A lot of fans still cannot accept the fact Eddie Brock is no longer Venom and keep asking that he and the symbiote get back together (despite this being highly improbable in the current situation).
What Could Have Been: Cullen Bunn intended to bring Anti-Venom back and had a number of plans involving Agent Venom, Toxin, and Mania... but was unable to implement them before Marvel cancelled the Venom series.
The Woobie: The symbiote itself. All it ever really wanted was to be with Peter.