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''Carnage In New York'' is a 1995 ComicBook/SpiderMan novel written by David Michelinie and Dean Wesley Smith. Spider-Man rescues Dr. Eric Catrall, a scientist, from government agents. Simultaneously, serial killer [[ComicBook/{{Carnage}} Cletus Kasady]] is brought to New York to undergo an experiment that would purge him of the Carnage symbiote, which is bonded to his bloodstream. Catrall infiltrates the experiment and in the confusion Carnage escapes, taking Catrall with him. When Catrall turns up in jail, Spider-Man learns he had invented [[PsychoSerum a chemical that drives people insane with bloodlust]], and the government wants it back in order to weaponize it. Even worse, the serum is now in Carnage's possession. Spider-Man is forced to go toe-to-talon with one of his most dangerous foes to retrieve the serum, which could make all of New York just as bloodthirsty as Carnage himself.

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''Carnage In New York'' is a 1995 ComicBook/SpiderMan ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' novel written by David Michelinie and Dean Wesley Smith. Spider-Man rescues Dr. Eric Catrall, a scientist, from government agents. Simultaneously, serial killer [[ComicBook/{{Carnage}} Cletus Kasady]] is brought to New York to undergo an experiment that would purge him of the Carnage symbiote, which is bonded to his bloodstream. Catrall infiltrates the experiment and in the confusion Carnage escapes, taking Catrall with him. When Catrall turns up in jail, Spider-Man learns he had invented [[PsychoSerum a chemical that drives people insane with bloodlust]], and the government wants it back in order to weaponize it. Even worse, the serum is now in Carnage's possession. Spider-Man is forced to go toe-to-talon with one of his most dangerous foes to retrieve the serum, which could make all of New York just as bloodthirsty as Carnage himself.


* AxCrazy: Carnage is the main antagonist of both novels.

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* AxCrazy: Carnage does lives up to his name
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Carnage is the main antagonist of both novels.


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* AntagonistTitle: '''''Carnage''' in New York''; '''''Goblin''''s Revenge''.

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* AntagonistTitle: '''''Carnage''' ''' ''Carnage''' in New York''; '''''Goblin''''s Revenge''.

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*AntagonistTitle: '''''Carnage''' in New York''; '''''Goblin''''s Revenge''.


* SpottingTheThread: The Chameleon's impersonation of ComicBook/NormanOsborn - both as himself and the Green Goblin - was perfect save for one inadvertent flaw: Norman knew Spider-Man was Peter Parker and the Chameleon didn't. The latter makes the mistake of saying he intends to take Peter hostage before going to wait for Spider-Man to arrive, though none of the characters pick up on this.

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* SpottingTheThread: The Chameleon's impersonation of ComicBook/NormanOsborn - both as himself and the Green Goblin - was perfect save for one inadvertent flaw: Norman knew Spider-Man was Peter Parker and the Chameleon didn't. The latter makes the mistake of saying he intends to take Peter hostage before going to wait for Spider-Man to arrive, though none of the characters pick up on this.this.
* TorsoWithAView: In ''Carnage In New York'', when Carnage attacks the "Feed 'Em All" fundraiser party, an artist throws a metal statue of a nude woman at him. Cletus [[CatchAndReturn throws it back]], punching a hole clean through the artist's stomach.


* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: An artist at a party throws a statue of a nude woman at Carnage. Cletus [[CatchAndReturn throws it back]] with predictable results.


A 1995 SpiderMan novel written by David Michelinie and Dean Wesley Smith, and followed up by the 1996 sequel ''Goblin's Revenge'' by Dean Wesley Smith. In ''Carnage In New York'', Spider-Man rescues Dr. Eric Catrall, a scientist, from government agents. Simultaneously, serial killer [[ComicBook/{{Carnage}} Cletus Kasady]] is brought to New York to undergo an experiment that would purge him of the Carnage symbiote, which is bonded to his bloodstream. Catrall infiltrates the experiment and in the confusion Carnage escapes, taking Catrall with him. When Catrall turns up in jail, Spider-Man learns he had invented [[PsychoSerum a chemical that drives people insane with bloodlust]], and the government wants it back in order to weaponize it. Even worse, the serum is now in Carnage's possession. Spider-Man is forced to go toe-to-talon with one of his most dangerous foes to retrieve the serum, which could make all of New York just as bloodthirsty as Carnage himself.

In the sequel, ''Goblin's Revenge'', the Green Goblin steals Catrall's serum from Mr. Fantastic, intending to use it on Spider-Man, and breaks Cletus Kasady free from the Vault. Simultaneously, a covert black-ops team working for Lifestream Technologies has been hired to retrieve the serum and is targeting Spider-Man. Peter must now retrieve the serum ''again'', defeat the Green Goblin ''and'' Carnage, ''and'' avoid the hit men gunning for him if he wants to survive.

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''Carnage In New York'' is a
1995 SpiderMan ComicBook/SpiderMan novel written by David Michelinie and Dean Wesley Smith, and followed up by the 1996 sequel ''Goblin's Revenge'' by Dean Wesley Smith. In ''Carnage In New York'', Spider-Man rescues Dr. Eric Catrall, a scientist, from government agents. Simultaneously, serial killer [[ComicBook/{{Carnage}} Cletus Kasady]] is brought to New York to undergo an experiment that would purge him of the Carnage symbiote, which is bonded to his bloodstream. Catrall infiltrates the experiment and in the confusion Carnage escapes, taking Catrall with him. When Catrall turns up in jail, Spider-Man learns he had invented [[PsychoSerum a chemical that drives people insane with bloodlust]], and the government wants it back in order to weaponize it. Even worse, the serum is now in Carnage's possession. Spider-Man is forced to go toe-to-talon with one of his most dangerous foes to retrieve the serum, which could make all of New York just as bloodthirsty as Carnage himself.

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[[caption-width-right:290:Goblin's Revenge]]

''Goblin's Revenge'', Revenge'' is the sequel to ''Carnage in New York'', written by Dean Wesley Smith in 1996. In the immediate aftermath of the preceding novel, the Green Goblin steals Catrall's serum from Mr. Fantastic, intending to use it on Spider-Man, and breaks Cletus Kasady free from the Vault. Simultaneously, a covert black-ops team working for Lifestream Technologies has been hired to retrieve the serum and is targeting Spider-Man. Peter must now retrieve the serum ''again'', defeat the Green Goblin ''and'' Carnage, ''and'' avoid the hit men gunning for him if he wants to survive.


* DeadPersonImpersonation: The Chameleon impersonates NormanOsborn in ''Goblin's Revenge'' in order to avenge Kraven the Hunter's suicide.

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* DeadPersonImpersonation: The Chameleon impersonates NormanOsborn ComicBook/NormanOsborn in ''Goblin's Revenge'' in order to avenge Kraven the Hunter's suicide.


* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: An artist at a party throws a statue of a nude woman at Carnage. Cletus [[CatchAndReturn throws it back]].

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* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: An artist at a party throws a statue of a nude woman at Carnage. Cletus [[CatchAndReturn throws it back]].back]] with predictable results.



* SanitySlippage: Catrall's paranoia and guilt, worsened by being abducted by Carnage, gradually consume him until he commits SuicideByCop.

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* SanitySlippage: Catrall's paranoia and guilt, worsened by being abducted by Carnage, gradually consume him until he commits SuicideByCop.SuicideByCop.
* SpottingTheThread: The Chameleon's impersonation of ComicBook/NormanOsborn - both as himself and the Green Goblin - was perfect save for one inadvertent flaw: Norman knew Spider-Man was Peter Parker and the Chameleon didn't. The latter makes the mistake of saying he intends to take Peter hostage before going to wait for Spider-Man to arrive, though none of the characters pick up on this.

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* HappyEndingOverride: The ending of ''Carnage In New York'' saw Spidey defeat Carnage and successfully recover the serum, giving it to Reed Richards for safekeeping. ''Goblin's Revenge'' begins immediately after Spidey leaves Reed's lab and has the Goblin steal the serum


* MenInBlack: The federal agents hunting Catrall in ''Carnage In New York''.

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* MenInBlack: TheMenInBlack: The federal agents hunting Catrall in ''Carnage In New York''.


A 1995 SpiderMan novel written by David Michelinie and Dean Wesley Smith, and followed up by the 1996 sequel ''Goblin's Revenge'' by Dean Wesley Smith. In ''Carnage In New York'', Spider-Man rescues Dr. Eric Catrall, a scientist, from government agents. Simultaneously, serial killer [[Characters/{{Venom}} Cletus Kasady]] is brought to New York to undergo an experiment that would purge him of the Carnage symbiote, which is bonded to his bloodstream. Catrall infiltrates the experiment and in the confusion Carnage escapes, taking Catrall with him. When Catrall turns up in jail, Spider-Man learns he had invented [[PsychoSerum a chemical that drives people insane with bloodlust]], and the government wants it back in order to weaponize it. Even worse, the serum is now in Carnage's possession. Spider-Man is forced to go toe-to-talon with one of his most dangerous foes to retrieve the serum, which could make all of New York just as bloodthirsty as Carnage himself.

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A 1995 SpiderMan novel written by David Michelinie and Dean Wesley Smith, and followed up by the 1996 sequel ''Goblin's Revenge'' by Dean Wesley Smith. In ''Carnage In New York'', Spider-Man rescues Dr. Eric Catrall, a scientist, from government agents. Simultaneously, serial killer [[Characters/{{Venom}} [[ComicBook/{{Carnage}} Cletus Kasady]] is brought to New York to undergo an experiment that would purge him of the Carnage symbiote, which is bonded to his bloodstream. Catrall infiltrates the experiment and in the confusion Carnage escapes, taking Catrall with him. When Catrall turns up in jail, Spider-Man learns he had invented [[PsychoSerum a chemical that drives people insane with bloodlust]], and the government wants it back in order to weaponize it. Even worse, the serum is now in Carnage's possession. Spider-Man is forced to go toe-to-talon with one of his most dangerous foes to retrieve the serum, which could make all of New York just as bloodthirsty as Carnage himself.


* HatePlague: The PsychoSerum is this, as it increases people's anger so much they're willing to commit murder.

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* HatePlague: The PsychoSerum is this, as it increases people's anger so much they're willing to commit murder.they go berserk with bloodlust.

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