Carnage #3

    Carnage » Carnage #3 - Family Feud, Pt. 3 released by Marvel on April 2011.

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    Spider-Man and Iron Man face defeat and death at the hands of the blood-thirsty symbiote and its lethal new host! Bet Spider-Man never thought he’d actually miss the psychotic serial killer Cletus Kasady inside the murderous alien suit…



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    My GAL Carnage?! (Spoilers!) 0

    That's right, Carnage is a female in case you missed last issue. And throughout the course of the issue, I really began to take a liking to her.  Now, you have to understand, I usually don't like replacing old characters with new ones who take over their old identity. If it's not broke don't fix it and all that... So this is unusual for me. Luckily Wells makes the new Carnage host likeable, relatable and yet sympathetic. I really enjoy closeups inside her mind when she and the symbiote battle fo...

    15 out of 15 found this review helpful.

    Carnage: Great Art! 0

    A female Carnage is just the first of many surprises in this iss'. Written by Zeb Wells, Joss Whedon's son, this is great for fans of Cletus Kasady as >>>SPOILER ALERT<<< he appears near the end, not feeling entirely human, since he's gone Borg from the waist down.  Spider-Man and Iron Man have clearly put the Civil War unpleasantness behind them as they team up against Carnage. Which is good, because as enjoyable as it was to pit them against each other and have Parker rig his...

    11 out of 12 found this review helpful.

    Review: Carnage #3 0

     As the new Carnage carves its way out of prison, Spidey and Iron Man discover the symbiote isn't the only villain who's been brought back. The Good Wells' script has such a great cadence. You feel every beat of the story - - from the argumentative head games at the beginning to the terrifying, piece-by-piece surprise reveal at the end. I especially enjoyed how he makes Carnage and  his associates, Shriek and Doppleganger, out to be like a horrible virus that somehow keeps back, again and again...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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