But why does Venom lick the TV with Peter's face on it? Besides communicating the apparent fact that Venom wants to eat brains — and Peter's looks tasty to Venom — Venom's hunger appears to be proof of an intrinsic attraction to Peter Parker.
The black suit alien symbiote that had been bonded to Spider-Man was by that point forcibly rejected by him. Combining with the nearby Brock, the symbiote shared his hatred for Spider-Man, as well as mentally sharing with Brock its former host's secret identity of Peter Parker.
In addition, Venom has come out on top as the victor in many battles with Symbiotes like Carnage, Hybrid, and Scream (all of which are arguably more powerful than he is).
Without a doubt, "The Nativity" arc (by Mike Costa and Mark Bagley) is among Venom's most unusual stories, featuring the alien symbiote becoming "pregnant" (while Eddie Brock was his host) and giving birth to the Sleeper symbiote.
Venom felt like an inferior symbiote and needed a host who he could make themselves into better beings. Carnage is the opposite due to the criminal insanity of his host and Venom probably fears that part of him that he tried to control in Brock.
It could be that in the universe of the Venom movies, this type of strong bond is already known among the symbiotes to result in stronger specimens. This could explain why Venom is so fearful of facing an enemy with a ruddy hue.
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The creator of Venom, David Michelinie has confirmed [via Word Balloon] that he originally planned for female Venom to develop a hatred for Spider-Man after blaming him for the death of her husband and their unborn baby.
As you may recall from the first Venom movie, the symbiote was unable to bond with numerous people and left each of its test hosts dead. It wasn't until Venom formed a special bond with Eddie that both the host and symbiote were able to survive.
Additionally, the symbiote is agendered. It reproduces asexually, can mold itself after the gender of its host (as seen in both the comics and film with Anne Weying), and yet speaks in a traditionally masculine tone. But never is a gender assigned to the symbiote. This marks Venom as gender nonconforming.
Just as Venom is a step beyond Spider-Man in terms of strength, Carnage surpasses Venom in terms of both power and potential for destruction. Carnage was created when Eddie Brock and psychopathic murderer Cletus Kasady were cellmates. When Eddie escaped and left a trace of his symbiote behind, it fused with Kasady.
Sadly, yes. Even though this is the “best” symbiotic human relationship Venom has found, Venom's habitation of a human body is fatal.
Venom 3 was originally expected to arrive sometime in October 2024, but the fact that Sony has moved it up on the schedule suggests that they are confident about delivering the film despite the impact of the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes on the production (more on that below).
The Venom symbiote has two major weaknesses - sound and fire. Loud noises cause the symbiote to writhe in pain. That's how Peter Parker originally freed himself of the symbiote.
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Since his debut however, Venom has evolved into an antiheroic figure, slowly distancing himself from his initial goal to ruin Spider-Man's life to try and do good instead, even putting aside his differences with and helping Spider-Man at times.
While Eddie Brock may be the Og symbiote host as Venom, the brand-new Deadpool series proves just how perfect Wade Wilson is thanks to his unique healing factor.
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.
Agony is largely dark purple with dark pink mix symbiote, it grants its host with claws, a blade along the fur end of the forearms, fangs and fairly long prehensile hairs, as well as manipulate its body into various form.
In the comics Venom describes their bond as being like marriage, he tells Eddie he loves him and Eddie calls him “darling” and “my love”. Plus they literally have a child together. Yes. Also in the comics the main reason Venom hates Spider-man is because Spider-man rejected it.
Due to their bond being incomplete however, Carnage and Kasady are defeated, with the former being eaten by Venom.
Feeling shunned, the symbiote bonds with Eddie Brock, as the pair become Venom through their shared hatred of both Peter Parker and Spider-Man. In simple terms, Venom hates Spider-man because Peter Parker rejects the Symbiote.