Eddie Brock appears in 770 issues.
Access is a Marvel and DC character that is in charge of preventing the universes from merging into one.
One of the five symbiotes forcibly spawned from the Venom symbiote by the Life Foundation.
The son of Kraven the Hunter, he too is a skilled hunter and tracker. Unlike his father his enhanced abilities are natural and he can talk to animals.
A former member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and Freedom Force. Avalanche has the ability to create vibratory waves that affects inorganic matter. He often uses his power to affect the earth.
Eddie (as Venom) was seen having a fight with Batman in DC vs Marvel #1, the details of what caused the fight, or who won, are unknown.
Battlestar received strength augmentation process from the Power Broker and acted as sidekick to his close friend John Walker when he assumed the role of Captain America. He later joined with Silver Sable and the Wild Pack.
Eddie Brock, as Venom, provoked Ben Reilly to first don his Scarlet Spider costume. Ben could not accept whatever truce Eddie had with Spider-Man and resolved to bring him in to the authorities, which he succeeded at.
The two would later be allies in defending Earth from an invasion of symbiotes, but there would be no truce between them.
Big Brown is one of the two men who attacked Eddie Brock at his lair.
The latest wielder of the Ebony Blade in a long line of heroes and villains known as the Black Knight. Dane Whitman, at one point a member of the Avengers and leader of Ultraforce, is now the current king of Weirdworld.
A common enemy of the X-Men and one of the most unusual mutants, who was de-powered during M-Day. His Age of Apocalypse counterpart has since replaced him in his various villainous roles after leaving his home reality.
Creator of the machines that hunt mutants known as the Sentinels.
A member of The Jury equipped with a powerful plasma bolt rifle.
Briggs is a member of the Stalkers.
During World War II, Steve Rogers volunteered to receive the experimental Super-Soldier Serum. Enhanced to the pinnacle of human physical potential and armed with an unbreakable shield, he became Captain America. After a failed mission left him encased in ice for decades, he was found and revived by the Avengers. Later joining their ranks and eventually becoming the team's leader.
Carlton Drake is Roland Treece's boss.
Carnage is the offspring of the alien symbiote Venom. It bonded with the crazed serial killer, Cletus Kasady, thus creating one of Spider-Man's most murderous, brutal, and lethal adversaries.
Malcolm McBride was a rival student of Peter Parker who became the second Carrion. Able to rot flesh with just a touch, Carrion became an adversary to Parker's alter-ego Spider-Man.
Chimera is an extra dimensional pirate who commits crimes in multiple dimensions.
Cletus Kassady is a deranged and highly dangerous serial killer and long-time host to the Carnage symbiote.
Clive is Kirstin's boyfriend. Became paralyzed when Eddie Brock let him fall
Crane is Roland Treece's security advisor.
Mercenary who was once a member of Hydra.
Opposed Daredevil during the "Fall from Grace" saga.
As a teenager, Chris Powell discovered an amulet allowing him to don the alien armor of Darkhawk. Belonging to an ancient sect of Shi'ar assassins known as the Fraternity of Raptors, it provides immense protective and fighting power to its wearer along with access to its Datasong which grants the ability to access memories and possible future outcomes of events.
Creatures that served Deathwatch
Demon of the Realm of Madness
The second Hobgoblin, Jason Macendale, became possessed by a demon after making a deal with N'astirh for power. When Jason rid himself of the demon he was host to, it became a seperate entity known as Demogoblin.
Eddie Brock as Venom befriends some homeless people that take him to their underground sanctuary. Roland Treece sends his Diggers to remove the homeless people from the tunnels and comes into conflict with Venom.
Once villainous, Dirt Nap was a leopard who changed his spots (well, his smile went from red to yellow, at least...).
A sadistic psychiatrist who tortures, experiments on, and murders his patients in brutal ways in an effort to understand the nature of pain and suffering, something he is incapable of feeling.
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