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Venom #30

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BROCK AND FORTH!

Eddie Brock has spread himself too thin – literally!

Fractured, exhausted and losing focus, Eddie risks slipping into a familiar sort of look, along with some old (and lethal) habits!

Face-to-face against manifestations of his own anger, hate and wrath, will Eddie have the strength to face his greatest foes yet and emerge victorious?!

FACE FRONT!

This one sets the stage for the next year of the VENOM epic!

Publication Date
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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
21 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CNQQTPNW

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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 82

    Comic Watch

    Venom #30 is a satisfying romp that grants Eddie Brock the strength to strike back against his enemies, but with the sudden arrival of Carnage, Eddie has jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire.
  • 75

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Venom #30 begins the big fight we’ve been waiting for: Eddie Brock vs. Meridius. The comic starts out real strong as it gets right into the action with Eddie taking on his variants in the Garden of Time, some more hostile than others. And the art team do a great job bringing this symbiote action to life. But right when it starts to get better, a new major development occurs that may either turn readers off, make them more excited, or just outright confuse them. If nothing else, readers can expect an explanation in the next few issues for this reveal, if the series’ track record is anything to go by.
  • 50

    ComicBook.com

    If this is really how Al Ewing's radical reinvention of Venom is coming to an end, or at least choosing to conclude its largest storyline, it's one of the most disappointing ways a Marvel series has gone out in a while. What began as a grand science fiction take on the entire mythology of Marvel's antihero appears to have given way instead for crossover fodder, becoming something that isn't remotely as interesting as what preceded it. Artists Cafu and Rafael Pimentel join forces for the issue and their style blends together well at least, delivering largely symbiote-on-symbiote fighting that offers plenty of chances for goop and knife hands.

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