Venom May Have Killed A Major Spider-Man Villain In Marvel Comics

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Marvel Comics’ Venom Annual #1 seems to have killed off a major Spider-Man villain.

A compilation of four short stories, Venom Annual #1 finds several classic Spider-Man foes at a safe haven for villains called The Bar With No Name. Among the antagonists are Shocker, Scorpion, Black Cat, and Boomerang, who argue over whether the titular villain is an uncountable creature or if he barely counts as a villain. Mac Gargan, a.k.a. Scorpion, is the most vocal member arguing that Venom is not scary and even claims that he has never actually eaten anyone.

Unfortunately for Scorpion, the Symbiote was right behind him during this moment and responds by wrapping its tongue around his head. While Scorpion’s fate is not explicitly revealed, the fact that the confrontation ends with the Symbiote opening its mouth with Scorpion in its clutches leaves little doubt about what transpired.

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For the first time in Marvel history, the Wicked Webslinger called VENOM gets his very own Annual! This one features a few walks down memory lane from some of the best creators in comics today — and even a few surprise guests from Venom’s past! Serving as a great jumping on point for readers new and old, this is one issue of VENOM you can’t afford to miss!

Written by Donny Cates, Jeff Loveness, David Michelinie with art by Ron Lim Tigh Walker, Venom Annual #1 is now available in stores.

Source: ComicBookResources.com

 

 

Sebastian Peris

Sebastian Peris

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