Venom #22

    Venom » Venom #22 - Father's Day released by Marvel on October 1, 2012.

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    Father's Day last edited by DavidWasHere on 05/10/21 06:54AM View full history


    With his darkest secrets exposed to those he loves, Flash Thompson has one name on his hit list: Jack O’Lantern!

    Series co-creator Rick Remender takes his final bow while Declan Shalvey (DARK AVENGERS) joins the book for Flash Thompson’s defining hour as a hero!



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    The End (?) 0

    The last issue with this creative team. It's a shame really, I really enjoy this comic. Not saying I'm dropping it, or this next team will be bad, but change is change. This is a wrap up conclusion to the storyline started way back in issue #1. Sure Crime Master and Jack haven't been the only focus, but they have been in the shadows the whole time. Pulling the strings. We get to see more of Flash's abusive family life, told in small flash backs as he hunts down Jack. How Jack is able to surviv...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Daddy Issues 0

    Recommendation: "It was okay"Too much "therapy", not enough "We want to eat your brain!"Clearly the name of this issue should be changed from "Father's Day" to "Daddy Issues". It is one long therapy session for Flash. I really was expecting more - like a 10-page, knock-down, drag-out battle between Venom and Jack-O-Lantern. After all, that is what we have been waiting for - it is what we have been expecting from the teased "I'm gonna do more than kill Jack-O-Lantern" issue.Sadly, it does not del...

    3 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Rick Remembered 0

    I have to say that this run by Remender was, in my opinion, a huge success. Turning a fan favorite villain into a mercenary style hero was no easy task. Throughout the series he's been developing and presenting the flaws in Flash's life and how he overcomes these hardships. I'm disappointed that he's off this title now but my solace is that he is still and Secret Avengers, which has been awesome (for those who still want to follow venom he's on this team, for now anyway) I'm glad that I got to e...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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