Venom vs. Carnage - Peter Milligan & Clayton Crain

Venom vs. Carnage

By Peter Milligan & Clayton Crain

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-02-21
  • Book Genre: Graphic Novels
  • Author: Peter Milligan & Clayton Crain
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 101 Ratings)

Venom vs. Carnage Peter Milligan & Clayton Crain read online review & book description:

What's worse than one mayhem-producing symbiote? Two. What's worse than that? Three. That's right: Venom's offspring, Carnage, is about to have a baby itself - a creature of indescribable power and appetites. Question is, who's gonna bring up baby? Quick - someone call Spider-Man! Guest-starring Black Cat! Venom vs Carnage (2004) #1-4.

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Posted Reviews

  • Great

    By Coconu1234
    This is my first venom comic I have ever read and what I have read was amazing. I'm not going to spoil anything, but I thought the touching story about how toxin was born was fantastic!
  • It pretty good

    By TxGrl12345
    Dood this comic is five star super good
  • Carnage and Venom

    By XIVIythicWolfX
    I love comics and if you love spider man or you love the character toxin this is your comic no regents trust me very good ending I picture it as a movie!!!
  • Great story... Mixed artwork.

    By Chriscrimson
    The story is interesting and the artwork works very well for the Symbiotes but for anyone normal it is pretty ugly.
  • Awesome

    By Fri455665549980
    This book is the coolest thing venom carnage and wait there is someone new carnages son toxin ......
  • 👌

    By Sway1721
    Great read
  • Good

    By Michilin
    I love the comic good story line and color
  • The Art!!

    By CarbonScooby
    Pictures are mind blowing!!! Story is more of a 4/5, but the artwork tipped the scale :-D
  • Awesome!

    By Fun games are fun
    Toxic is awesome! Worth the price!
  • This issue

    By Javier Rodriguez
    Forgot carnage was BOSS

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