After being "absorbed" into the aged Peter Parker, the original Green Goblin—Norman Osborn takes over Peter's mind, but, in an attempt to become invincible, Osborn combines himself with the Hybrid, Spider-Man, and accidentally Spider-Girl, when she dives in to save her father. Some incarnations of the Venom symbiote have shown it able to replicate itself. By this point, Spider-Man tries to lunge for the sonic gun, but Venom quickly knocks the hero through the floor. [168], Venom appeared with his trademark white spider symbol in Ultimates 3. This dual-life form receives enhanced powers and usually refers to itself as "Venom". He tells Spider-Man to get off the truck or he will be arrested. Venom sees Spider-Man escaping and goes after him. [101], In this alternate take of the Circle of Four storyline, the symbiote was physically and mentally bonded to Flash, becoming a human/symbiote hybrid. Meanwhile, in New Jersey, Chance is brought to a property owned by the Life Foundation. The costumed assassin known as Chance has been hired to eliminate Orin Concardi, a mobster who is about to turn over state evidence to the authorities. Peter is at the Daily Bugle when he checks his messages and hears the news. His departure is seen by some FBI Agents. He thought that he, alongside Spider-Man were eating together to win a pie eating competition against the Blob, where in reality he was using the symbiote to eat Spider-Man. Spider-Man is surprised to learn that Chance is out of jail. When it bonded with him, he quickly realized that the symbiote had a mutual hatred for Spider-Man. 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The hybrid intercepted May on her way and tried to tackle her. [29], As well as helping Eddie Brock to seek continued revenge against Spider-Man, the symbiote also aids Brock in a sporadic career as a vigilante. During the battle, he was consumed by the Poisons and killed by Anti-Venom while invading Earth-616.[182][184]. After a quick search, he finds where Chance has been confined. "Edward" has been manipulating the city ever since Spider-Man's disappearance in preparation for his eventual return; in the process, he had re-enlisted the Sinister Six, replicated his symbiote thousands of times (chalking it up to being "lonely"), and built a security system named "WEBB" which prevents New York citizens from escaping from the city, trapping them while allegedly protecting them from the outside world. [78], During the Circle of Four storyline, when Red Hulk came crashing into Flash's apartment so he can recruit him, the symbiote sensing Red Hulk as a danger, briefly bonds to him so he doesn't do any harm to Flash. Banner however is shown cured of being The Hulk. When Venom dumps a vat of blood and offal on him, Spider-Man is grossed out and put into a panic. As they escape in a helicopter, Spider-Man and Chance make their escape. With his new powers, Punisher takes out Tombstone and even the Kingpin. He's not sure who he is, but from the sounds of it, he was wearing his old alien costume. Chance explains that the Life Foundation are a group of wealthy survivalists who believe that the end of the world is coming soon. Feeding off Spider-Man's own thoughts, the suit enhanced his strength, generated its own webbing, and made him completely bulletproof. Later, the paramedics thank Spider-Man for his actions as he saved the life of the wounded soldier. When Peter Parker becomes possessed by the evil amulet, removing it leaves him near death. Though SP//dr was able to defeat VEN#m, she was unable to stop it from consuming Addy as well as her version of Aunt May, who flew in to fix the problem manually. [Continuity 9] Peter finds Mary Jane's world exciting, but only wishes to experience it in small doses. In Old Man Logan, the Venom symbiote appears to be following Logan and Hawkeye, having bonded to a Savage Land tyrannosaurus rex. Since his introduction into Spider-Man's canon way back in 1984, Venom has taken on the web-slinger plenty of times and even joined him side-by-side on the rare occasion. Don attends a supervillain auction and purchases the Venom symbiote from Brock for $100 million. As both Peter and Nathan heads back to May's house, Peter gets Nathan to promise to quit gambling as it could lead to someone he cares about getting hurt. But the Avengers proved to be no match to Superior Venom since he had the abilities of Spider-Man powered by Venom with the mind of Doctor Octopus combined. [174], In the alternate universe of Earth-TRN650, the Venom symbiote was captured by Rhino, who was in Wakanda at the time, and fought Black Panther for it. He with the symbiote got a new costume design and they were overpowering Osborn, until Norman mortally injured Flash Thompson. However, the symbiote bonded to Logan and helped him kill his attackers. [59] Tel-Kar is recruited to be bonded to the newborn symbiote in order to infiltrate the Skrull army. Brock then departs, leaving Peter to consider his situation. That evening, Nathan goes to meet the loan sharks at a nearby basketball court, unaware that he is being followed by Spider-Man. [Continuity 30] Meanwhile, the Black Cat arrives at Bedford Towers in the hopes of rekindling her romance with Spider-Man, only to discover that he moved away from here as well. The symbiote was originally introduced as a living alien costume in The Amazing Spider-Man #252 (May 1984), with a full first appearance as Venom in The Amazing Spider-Man #300 (May 1988). Venom has the advantage, able to have his symbiote dive into the sand and attack Spider-Man from below. The Venom symbiote, reclaiming its disparate pieces, bonded to Alea, transformed her into Venom and had eaten Dr. Russell as revenge for cutting it apart. [76], In the 2008 Spider-Man / Red Sonja miniseries, where Spider-Man and Red Sonja, possessing the body of Mary Jane, fought the evil wizard Kulan Gath, who had possessed a U.S. senator, Kulan detached the symbiote from Eddie and bonded to it, becoming Kulan Venom. Brock reminds him that they are to battle each other alone, and warns Peter not to cross him or he will harm those closest to him. After finding that Bolivar Trask had tried to weaponize his father's research, Peter attempted to steal a sample to conduct his own research on, but spilled it by accident. [152] He along with all life of the universe are presumed dead, after the Dweller-in-Darkness use the M'Kraan Crystal to feed of energy of the dying universe. [107] She is later recruited by Kang the Conqueror as part of a scheme against the Apocalypse Twins and the Avengers Unity Squad. "Spidey Vs. Venom: The Final Confrontation! Castle tells the assembled heroes that he is in control now before making his escape. However, after using his powers to in a wrestling match to earn money yet not prevent a burglary going on backstage that he had witnessed first-hand, he later returned … They soon enter the private underground compound built by the Life Foundation called Sanctum Maximus. [Continuity 5] The man has been studying Spider-Man for months and vows to get revenge against the hero, very soon. ...The alien costume had possessed Spider-Man? He decides to get himself clean by kidnapping and selling a drunken Tony Stark to A.I.M. After a failed attempt to get the answers from Élan DeJunae, Normie was attacked by the hybrid who managed to escape. Venom has arrived in New York City to get revenge against Spider-Man. [20][21], Over the years, as the symbiote gained more intelligence and moved to additional human hosts, the name began to apply to the symbiote as well as its hosts. After Sin-Eater shoots Ann as part of a crusade against social injustice, Ann becomes She-Venom when the Venom symbiote temporarily bonds with her to save her life. [Continuity 22] The wall-crawler slips into a window into the basement where he has set up a dark room to develop photos and to cover for his comings and goings as Spider-Man. In an attempt to stop her, the military used pieces of the dead Carnage symbiote to create the Bio-Predators.