Venom #4

    Venom » Venom #4 - The Same Coin... released by Marvel on August 1, 2011.

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    The long awaited grudge match between Venom and Spider-Man is here! Big action! Big intrigue! All presented in the mighty Marvel fashion! Rick Remender and Tony Moore bring you a knock down street brawl for the ages in the closing chapter of the first arc of Marvel’s hottest new series!



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    Flash and Peter Go Head-To-Head 0

    Betty Brant is strapped to a bomb across town, and only Venom or Spider-Man can save her. The only problem is that Flash Thompson has lost his ability to control the symbiote, and when it sees Peter Parker again it can't help but attack him. While the two brawl it out in storefronts of Manhattan, Flash fights to convince Venom that he needs Betty just as bad as Venom needs a host.Written by Rick Remender, drawn by Tony Moore, and published by Marvel, this issue ofVenom was pure fanboy delight as...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Incredible!! 0

    Cover:   Not too impressed.  I don't know what it is about Venom carrying all those guns that just doesn't strike me as cool... also, the flag was a little much and unnecessary since it's not like he's doing anything patriotic within.  The Good:   This comic is beautiful.  The art, the storytelling and it's splendid pacing, the characterizations, the interactions between characters and the tension it brings.  The first two thirds of the issue are crazy packed with some awesome action, and the ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    The Villain in his own Story... 0

    For those not in the "know", Flash Thompson (childhood bully to Peter Parker yet biggest fan of Spider-Man) has taken over as the Marvel Universe's Venom.  Thanks to Rick Remender and Tony Moore, this potentially puzzling successor to the legendary mantle has been nothing short of amazing.  Now 4 issues in and with the first arc of the Venom story concluded, does the series have a bright future, or has Flash peaked even before his career has begun?  Soldier of Misfortune Issue #4 continues the c...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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