Without a doubt, "The Nativity" arc (by Mike Costa and Mark Bagley) is among Venom's most unusual stories, featuring the alien
In a flashback, it is revealed that she got pregnant with Eddie's child after bonding to Venom. After giving birth to their son Dylan, she left him in the care of Carl Brock, with the promise that she would return eventually.
Venom's most recent and current host is Brock's biological son, Dylan. Venom is also depicted as having spawned several children—Scream, Lasher, Phage, Agony, Riot, Mania, Sleeper, and most notably, Carnage, who becomes Venom's archenemy after being bound to serial killer Cletus Kasady.
For example, Venom gave birth to seven "children", and its first child Carnage had three. senses that extend over its entire surface, enabling hosts to "see" what is behind them or otherwise not in their line of sight (like a Spider-Sense). the ability to change shape and size at will.
In much the same way the Venom symbiote and its host, Eddie Brock, initially spawned Carnage (and the other symbiote characters who inspired the Life Foundation symbiotes in 2019's Venom) Carnage's pregnancy is part of an asexual process where a symbiote produces a child as a response to panic or threat.
While in prison, Venom produces an offspring named Carnage. (He reproduces asexually, in case you were wondering.) Venom doesn't tell Eddie about it, and Venom and Eddie escape prison. Once they're gone, Carnage bonds with Cletus.
Carnage, Venom's first canonical child, has a history bloodier than any other symbiote and is currently on a mission to slaughter the gods themselves. Venom also spawned the deadly symbiotes known as Riot, Lasher, Phage, Agony, and Scream.
2 Eddie Brock Is The Venom Symbiote's One And Only True Love
Venom's symbiote has explained on many occasions that the Klyntar planet is practically devoid of emotions, yet over time he knows that he forms genuine love for Eddie.
While captive, the Venom symbiote was forced to give birth to five offspring - Riot, Lasher, Phage, Agony, and Scream - who were bonded to PMCs hired by the Life Foundation.
Carnage barely put up a fight. Pieces of the symbiote were on him, but he didn't fully transform or try to defend himself. Venom simply pulled the symbiote off of him and ate it, becoming stronger.
A symbiote is only as strong as the bond that it shares with its host. With that in mind, Venom is the clear winner, having formed a number of strong bonds since making its debut back in issue 252 of The Amazing Spider-Man.
The Venom symbiote never identifies as male or female, taking on both a masculine and feminine appearance depending on the host. Nonbinary folks have related to this character's gender fluidity. Even though the symbiotes all possess a masculine-presenting voice, gender itself is never established.
Venom Was Originally a Woman Who Blamed Her Miscarriage on Spider-Man.
Dylan Brock is the son of Eddie Brock and Anne Weying. When Anne bonded to the Venom symbiote, she somehow became pregnant with Dylan. He was created by the symbiotes in order to destroy their god Knull and sever him from the hive-mind.
The other follows Eddie's son, Dylan, who has become the new Venom after being fatally shot during a mugging, forcing the symbiote to bond with him. In recent issues, Dylan has discovered his true nature as Codex, a creature born by a symbiote and a human,...
Black Symbiotic Costume: May Parker is bonded to an alien symbiote which was once worn both by her father, and Eddie Brock (formerly the costumed villain known as Venom) that grants her additional powers.
The spawn of the Venom symbiote then attached itself to Kasady through his bloodstream. Carnage achieves this by entering Kasady's body through a cut on his hand. This is the reason why Carnage appears as the colour red, as he entered through the bloodstream, which is of course red.
The Symbiote Sisters (Scream, Scorn, and Mania) created Venom from the remains of their fallen sister All-Black.
Patrick Mulligan was a New York City Police officer until he met Carnage, who turned him into the first grandson of Venom, Toxin.
After freeing Eddie, Venom plants a long, hot French kiss on Eddie while still bonded to Anne's body. This sequence for me makes it clear that not only is Venom pansexualOpens in new tab, he is also likely open to polyamory.
History. Anne Weying first met Eddie Brock while a law student at Empire State University, and fell in love with him after he falsely claimed to have saved her from a group of thugs. Anne and Eddie eventually married, and while he became a journalist for the Daily Globe she became a successful lawyer.
The Foes of Venom
Eddie Brock's dislike of Peter Parker before he bonded with the symbiote translates into a deep love-hate relationship with Spider-Man, as Venom simultaneously wants to kill Spider-Man, but also re-bond with him.
However, recently the Venom symbiote was pregnant after absorbing a clone of itself and wanted to rebounded with Spider-Man because bounding with Brock would kill the child because he had cancer. While they have a latent ability to sense the proximity of their progeny, they usually have no interest in them.
After Venom broke through the prison cell that held his host Eddie Brock, a small piece of the symbiote was left behind. That piece soon bonded with Cletus Kasady, Brock's cellmate. Once he came into contact with it, the two bonded, and Carnage was born.
Venom went through a procedure where multiple "offspring" were created from him—thus Riot, the product of a symbiote spawn and Trevor was born. Unlike the other symbiote hosts, Trevor was extremely aggressive and unsympathetic, far worse than his "siblings" (with the only exception being Carnage).