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Spider-Island tie-in! Flash Thompson is dropped into Ground Zero of the Infestation – but will he lose control of his emotions (and the Venom Symbiote) when his own father lies dying in the hospital? Tom Fowler joins Rick Remender for part one of Venom's foray into Spider-Manhattan!

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Seemed Good, Just Didn't Resonate 0

This is my first Venom book! Nothing like just jumping in to get a feel for the book, right? Rick Remender thinks so too! Venom starts right in the thick of things. The tarantula thing who's not Kaine (Spider-King, apparently) is terrorizing New York and Venom, Gravity, and Firestar (unconscious) are just the team to take him down and capture him! Why is Spider-King off by himself? Why doesn't Firestar do anything but lay unconscious throughout the whole fight? Who cares! It's fighting time!It w...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Good doggy. 0

Review for Venom #6.  The Story: Flash captures the Spider King and things gets screwed up.  The Good: We have Flash's dad dying as a subplot wich adds to the doom and gloom of the situation Flash is in the issue. The action scenes are very chaotic and all over the place because this seems to be something that appears in other Spider-Island books. It's also interesting having Flash use fake courage when he's without the symbiote, it shows he's become dependent of it and shows that he needs to be...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Lionel Richie would approve. 0

Synopsis: Venom joins the fun in Spider-Island. What's Good? I've been following Venom for a while, so I'm up to date with this series. Yes, I picked up this book, because of Spider-Island tie-in, however what Rick Remender does nicely is still keep Venom its own series. While the majority of the book relates to Spider-Island (and have a major reveal close to the end), it still has elements from the previous issue concerning Flash's dying father. I like the constant struggle of him trying to pu...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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