As Dylan Brock finds himself renewed and reinvigorated by his descent into the symbiote hive, Bedlam has come calling again – looking to finish what it started by killing Dylan and Venom once and for all.
Luckily, an old friend is around to lend a crimson-clad hand… (And it isn’t Spider-Man!)
Comics Nexus by Inside PulseSo glad to see that the story that has been building since this Venom volume 5 began continues and fits seamlessly within the Dark Web arc. Curious about the teased conclusion next issue. Solid action, intrigue and drama. It still can be head scratching to understand the how Bedlam and Codex exist, but the issue is entertaining nonetheless. Solid art.
AIPTFans of Dylan Brock should pick up Venom #15 to see how he's turning from a reluctant kid to a heroic leader. You'll need to pick this up to understand how Normie goes from an afraid kid to his eventual turn as Red Goblin.
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ComicBook.comThough less confusing than the previous issue's tie-in to the "Dark Web" crossover event, Venom this month is still pushing its bigger plot into a backseat, though making sure to address it in broad strokes. Writer Ram V brings back the least interesting character of this run, Dylan Brok, into the fold in a big way this time around, but it's at least tolerable thanks to the "Superman vs. Doomsday" levels of destruction that artist Bryan Hitch is allowed to draw. Splash pages really earn their place in the story this month with Hitch's ability to draw amorphous muscular bodies never looking better than two symbiotes beating the snot out of each other.