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  2. Venom (Marvel Comics character) - Wikipedia

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    Venom is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with Spider-Man.The character is a sentient alien symbiote with an amorphous, liquid-like form, who survives by bonding with a host, usually human.

  3. How to Kill Venom - IGN

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    Oct 03, 2018 · Two different Marvel stories have shown Venom being killed by Black Bolt's sonic scream. One is Old Man Logan, where Black Bolt saved Wolverine and Hawkeye from a Venom-possessed Tyrannosaurus Rex.

  4. Marvel: 5 Anime Heroes That Venom Can Defeat (& 5 That He'd ...

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    Apr 12, 2020 · Naruto was able to save Might Guy after he used the Eight Gates of Death. The user of the Jutsu must die, yet because of Naruto, Guy is still alive. Venom may lose in almost every category when it comes to abilities. Much like Venom himself having a host, Naruto isn’t alone either and has the help of the Kyubi.

  5. The ending of Venom explained - Looper.com

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    Oct 05, 2018 · The space symbiotes have all been bonded, the rockets have crashed, and the heads have all been eaten. After months of anticipation, Sony's standalone Venom movie has finally come and gone, and it ...

  6. Venom says it’s because Eddie has shown him how much fun it is on Earth and he wants to continue enjoying it, which he certainly can’t do if the Symbiotes invade, eat everyone, and destroy the ...

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    However, in most media Venom (and other symbiotes) can die. For example, in Spider-Man 3 , Venom was killed by a Pumpkin Bomb. And in any continuity, it seems difficult to believe that with all the cosmic entities in the Marvel Universe—the Phoenix Force, Death, the Beyonder, Eternity, Galactus, the Fulcrum and so forth—the Symbiotes are ...

  8. Venom | Marvel Database | Fandom

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    When referring to Venom in the Prime Marvel Universe, you are likely referring to the Venom Symbiote itself, a symbiotic organism from another planet who feeds on adrenaline and grants spider-like powers to its owner. You may also be referring to conflicted anti-hero Eddie Brock, the third recipient of the Venom Symbiote after Tel-Kar, and Peter Parker.

  9. Venom (Eddie Brock) | Character Profile Wikia | Fandom

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    Edward Charles Allan Brock, more famously known as Venom, also known as Anti-Venom and Toxin, is an anti-hero from Marvel Comics. He is a former Spider-Man villain, but has since moved onto a life of vigilantism. 1 Background 2 Powers & Abilities 3 Equipment 4 Alternate Forms 4.1 Anti-Venom 4.2 Toxin 5 Feats 5.1 Strength 5.2 Speed 5.3 Durability 5.4 Skill 6 Weaknesses 7 Fun Facts Eddie Brock ...

  10. Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) | Marvel Database | Fandom

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    The symbiote that later became known as Venom was created by the dark elder god Knull on a desolate, nameless planet; where it saved a group of newborn baby rodentoid aliens by bonding to them and transforming them into apex predators.After the symbiotes were freed from Knull's control and formed themselves into the Klyntar, most of the symbiote's memories were presumably altered or erased, as it later believed itself to be the 998th generation of a lineage of symbiotes born on the planet Kly...

    Throughout the symbiote's convoluted history, it has had a number of hosts both good and evil, each of whom had a profound impact on its psychology and personality. While bonded to Tel-Kar, its self-proclaimed first host, the symbiote was able to live out its desire to do good as an Agent of the Cosmos, though its memories of him were effectively erased following their separation and it only regained them following their reunion several years later. Conversely, the individual who it later ide...

    Even without a host, the Venom symbiote is capable of freely extending its biomass into tentacles and tendrils, and usually manifests a fanged mouth and large white eyespots. It can also manifest a humanoid head, torso, and arms; and after being cleansed became able to take on humanoid form without a host for brief periods. When bonded to a host, it can shapeshift to mimic any type of clothing whatsoever, as well as blending Venom in with his surroundings, rendering him invisible. The symbiot...

    1. Much of the Venom symbiote's past prior to its discovery on Battleworld is shrouded in mystery, with the exact chronology and veracity of events being difficult to establish due to its memories having been repeatedly modified, erased, and otherwise altered. 2. A notable aspect of the Venom symbiote in its portrayal in the show Spider-Man: The Animated Series, the comic series Ultimate Spider-Man and the film Spider-Man 3 is that it caused its host to bring out their most aggressive and vi...

    1. The idea of the black suited Spider-Man was originally conceived of by a Marvel Comics reader from Norridge, Illinois named Randy Schueller. 2. The idea of a self-healing alien costume was originally conceived by John Byrne for Iron Fist. However, Iron Fist merged into Power Man and Iron Fist, and Byrne left the book with his collaborator Chris Claremont not long after that. When Roger Stern introduced Spider-Man's black suit spinning out of Secret Wars years later, he asked Byrne, with w...

    1. 715 Appearances of Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) 2. 101 Minor Appearances of Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) 3. Media Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) was Mentioned in 4. 1,428 Images featuring Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) 5. 15 Quotations by or about Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) 6. Character Gallery: Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) 7. Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) at Wikipedia.org

    • The Fusion Symbiote. This is a very interesting story, actually. Eddie Brock was arrested by the FBI and Toxin was removed from his body. It was stored in a place and kept quiet by using the Symbiote inhibitor drugs.
    • The Daunting Powers. Toxin is already mentioned in the bracket of being one of the strongest - if not the strongest Symbiote ever. Whoever he bonds with instantly gets superhuman abilities, ranging from superior healing powers to psychic abilities to improved senses.
    • The Mulligan Effect. Toxin's best relationship was with Patrick Mulligan because no matter what it wanted to tell anyone, it was clear that Mulligan's good character had an impact on it.
    • Adores Violence. Carnage was absolutely right about Toxin being the strongest Symbiote ever but he got one thing wrong; its love for violence and power clearly exceeds that of Venom or Carnage.