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Web Of Carnage #1

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Based on 4 critic ratings.


As Cletus Kasady exacts his vengeance on an unsuspecting city and CARNAGE REIGNS across the Marvel Universe, THE CARNAGE SYMBIOTE remains left to its own devices, adrift among the stars. With its purpose renewed after the DEATH OF THE VENOMVERSE, Carnage has scant few hurdles between it and a glorious ascension to the throne of the King in Black… and the first is named MORLUN.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
31 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80


    ‘Web of Carnage’ brings one chapter to a close and tears another one wide open. It’s a wild thrill to see one of Marvel’s greatest monsters continue to evolve.

  • 74

    Comic Watch

    Web of Carnage bites off a bit more than it can chew by picking up characters and plot threads from other recent comics, leaving little room to give a member of its main cast a satisfying send-off.

  • 60

    The characters in this new Carnage primer are much, much more interesting than the multiversal web being spun, but they’re enough to keep your attention throughout. This is a very exciting take on the Carnage entity. That alone provides enough intrigue for the upstart series waiting in the wings.

  • 20

    You Don't Read Comics

    Once it’s over and the final panel crosses the final page, you kind of have to reach for a tissue. It’s all been a lot of fun and everything, but it’s time to clean up and get on with the process of figuring out just what the hell it was all about. There was a lot of suffering and slime and slashing and such. And it’s not like there isn’t SOME appeal to the deeper drama, but there’s just way too much mucous on the page in a conflict between Carnage and Venom. Honestly…the upcoming Carnage #1 might be a lot of fun if the title character is given something less…slimy to contrast against.

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