If you want to really trick out your Spider-Man action figure collection, you’ll need to add the multi-armed Venom figure to your collection. I’ve been digging on the Diamond Select Toys Marvel Select line, and the new Venom figure, is definitely going to end up on the growing pile of toys.
Flash Thompson, Peter Parker’s old rival from high school, has made quite a splash since becoming the new host for the Venom symbiote. As a member of the Secret Avengers and Thunderbolts, the new Venom seems to be finding his place in the Marvel Universe. Recently, Flash has moved out of New York and into Philadelphia, where he hopes to continue his heroic ways. Check out the review of VENOM #31 for the adventures of the symbiotic soldier after the jump!
If you love Venom, you know the character has merged with many people over the years. Diamond Select Toys has bundled four of the versions together in a new Minimate collection.
Minimum Carnage is coming to its conclusion soon as things escalate in the latest issue of Venom. What’s better than having Carnage in a book? Having a bunch of Carnage’s of course! Major Spoilers has your review.
Kotobukiya has announced a new Venom statue that is headed our way in 2013.
Carnage is on the loose in the Microverse and he’s taking no prisoners. There’s more Minimum Carnage in the latest issue of Venom and Major Spoilers has your review.
The toy collecting community was thrown for a loop recently when Diamond Select Toys unveiled their upcoming Marvel Select figure of popular Spider-Man foe Venom. Instead of a decorative display base — a common accessory to most standard-sized Select figures — the early 2013 figure will come with a variety of interchangeable parts to re-create several of the anti-hero’s more popular looks over the years. With 72 different display configurations, it’s the most versatile Select action figure ever made, and each combination of parts is a masterpiece in its own right. The sculptor behind the figure is frequent DST collaborator Jean St. Jean, and he took some time out of his busy sculpting schedule to talk to us about the method behind the Madness.
Rick Remender’s run on Venom came to an end last issue, as Cullen Bunn now takes over writing duties. Major Spoilers takes a look to see if the new creative team succeeds in bonding with the material in the latest issue of Venom.
Check out these awesome photographs ‘documenting’ the scary symbiote attachment process!
Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the upcoming Venom #23 by Cullen Bunn and Thony Silas.
Venom #20 is halfway through the Savage Six arc, as Venom fights his way through a bevy of ne’er-do-wells to protect his friends and family. In the face of the murderous Crime Master and the Savage Six, does Flash Thompson have a chance without succumbing utterly to his (and his symbiote’s) darkest desires?
Still hot off Chronicle, director Josh Trank has joined with Sony Pictures to bring a big screen adaptation of Shadow of Colossus to life.