This article is about the Marvel Comics fictional alien Symbiote and its
succession of human hosts. For the most well known Venom hosts, see Eddie
Brock, Mac ...
In the distant past, the 998th generation of a lineage of feral Klyntar was
imprisoned by its...
When referring to Venom in the main Marvel universe, you are likely referring to
conflicted anti-hero Eddie Brock, the second recipient of the Venom Symbiote ...
... of Spider-Man's biggest fans. After losing his legs during military service, he
became the new Venom, working as an operative of the United States
Photos of the Marvel
HeroScape display at Gen Con 2006.
Released in 2007, the Marvel
HeroScape master set includes 10 figures (five pairs of heroes and their arch-villains): Spiderman, Venom
, Captain America, Red Skull, Hulk, Abomination, Iron Man, Dr. Doom, Silver Sur... More »
Secret Wars #8 (as the Symbiote, 1984); Amazing Spider-Man #258 (as Venom,
1988); Amazing Spider-Man #300 (as Brock, 1988); Amazing Spider-Man #569 ...
(As Gargan) Amazing Spider-Man #19 (1964); (as Scorpion) Amazing Spider-
Man #20 (1965); (as Venom) Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #10 (2005). Origin
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Venom is back with an all-new mission and all-new human host, but just what
does this mean for the Marvel Universe? In this shocking direction for everyone's
Creation. The idea for Venom came from Randy Schueller, a reader, and was
bought by Marvel for $220 under the direction of then editor in chief Jim Shooter.