Venom by Donny Cates, Vol. 3: Absolute Carnage

Venom by Donny Cates, Vol. 3: Absolute Carnage

Absolute Carnage rocks the world of Venom! With the serial-killer symbiote Carnage on the loose, Venom must protect his son, Dylan- at all costs! But as longtime Venomaniacs know, they aren't the only two symbiotes around...and that only means that the bodies are piling higher than ever before! For weeks, Carnage has been hunting down former symbiote hosts and killing them. And the next name on his list is Andi Benton -formerly the adventurer known as Mania -who's back to living in Philadelphia, and no longer has any symbiote to save her...

COLLECTING: VENOM (2018) 16-19, WEB OF VENOM: FUNERAL PYRE 1

Title:Venom by Donny Cates, Vol. 3: Absolute Carnage
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    Venom by Donny Cates, Vol. 3: Absolute Carnage Reviews

  • Anne

    I blew through this entire run in a few days, it was so good!I'm still catching up on all the old characters, so I was in equal parts excited and confused when I read the Web of Venom: Funeral Pyre is...

  • Chad

    This is really a companion piece to Absolute Carnage and should be read in conjunction. Most of these issues focus on Eddie Brock's son, Dylan and Maker. Dylan has some crazy stuff going on with him. ...

  • James DeSantis

    Venom Volume 3 is a great companion piece to Absoulte Carnage (Which you should read) but by itself, I can see why some Venom fans might not enjoy it as much as volume 1-2. You have Brock starting off...

  • Baba

    The main Venom ongoing series' Absolute Carnage tie-in volume, just scrapes it as the best book of he event, with the likes of Venom, Norman Osborn and... The Maker. This book (and maybe series?) is p...

  • Paul E. Morph

    The only Absolute Carnage tie-ins you need to read are within these pages. Everything I said in my review of the core book applies as much to this volume.The only thing I didn’t really like about th...

  • Wakizashi

    Solid, but not as good as the first two volumes. It can be read on its own but would appear to make more sense if you are reading Absolute Carnage at the same time. Make more money for Marvel!...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    In the grand scheme of Absolute Carnage tie-ins, these issues are basically essential. Fleshing out more of the mystery surrounding Dylan Brock, as well as the surprising role that The Maker continues...

  • Dimitrios

    Been really enjoying the Cates's Venom run. This ones falls victim to tie-in slump when a story is sort of derailed to fit in with a large crossover event. But it is Cates's event, so...that counts fo...

  • Garrett

    This series continues to excite me. Donny Cates has written Venom so much better than any one else and I can’t wait for his King in Black series!!! ...

  • Tiag?

    Read alongside Absolute Carnage. This is the volume where Eddie Brock becomes one of my favorite Marvel characters, someone who I barely gave a thought before Donny Cates, I actually enjoyed Flash Tho...