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Venom escaped New York and now resides in San Francisco. Having turned over a new leaf, Venom decides to become a protector of the weak and forgotten. But can this lethal protector truly become a hero?

This is a spin off for Venom finally giving him his own series. In this story part one of lethal protector, Eddie Brock moves away to San francisco to help fight crime in his own anti hero way.When he is approached by police wanting to bring him in for the murder of the guard at the vault when he ecaped. He evades them and ends up trying to find somewhaere else for a place to stay when he comes upon people being beaten in the park. Naturally he steps in as venom. The scene cuts and goes to New York City. There peter sees that venom is at large in california. He gets on a plane and starts searching for his black counterpart and finds him. He immediatly thinks venom is killing innocent people and steps in. Venom is angered by spidey breaking their agreement to stay away from one another and fights off the goons fleeing.

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverMark Bagley1
VarGold Variant CoverMark Bagley2


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Lethal Protector 1 0

The issue begins in San Francisco, with a pretty young lady getting mugged in an alley. Her attacker decides to take a little more from her than just her purse, when a savior appears to her rescue in the form of the most unlikeliest; Venom! Venom makes quick work of the mugger, choking him to death with his symbiote, saving the lady (who runs off, more afraid of Venom than the mugger), before swinging off.Changing back into his human alias, Eddie Brock checks himself into an apartment, but his s...

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Old school reveiw: Venom Style! 0

   Hailing from the early 90's is my first ever comic, and one of my favorites, Venom: Lethal Protector #1, Gold Edition.  While both the normal and gold edition are both awesome, the gold edition has bonus pinups and a gold foil cover. I must say, I received this issue at the tender age of nine and from then on was hooked to the world of Marvel. Being the first of many Venom spin-offs, this was probably one of Eddie Brocks best.         After the events of the Amazing spider-man in which Spider...

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