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• Pushed to his limits, Venom goes head to head with Jack O’Lantern!

• The Arch-foes fight through Vegas brings them face-to-Face – with Toxin?!

• Meanwhile, the Red Hulk closes in on public enemy number one – Venom!

Story by Rick Remender
Art by Lan Medina & Nelson DeCastro
Colors by Marte Gracia
Cover by Tony Moore & Dean White

Price: $2.99
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brettthemonster01/22/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.1
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  1. This is gonna be good.

  2. Jack O’Lantern is becoming one of my favorite villains in comics. Dean White on the cover. Nice!

  3. i love the 24 Years of Venom box at the bottom left. holy crap the people making this book love love love comics

  4. Last issue really turned me off to Jack O’ lantern and Flash’s willingness to just go along with the plan. I would still be reading if there hadn’t been a event announced and point 1/2/3/4 issue’s being solicited for February. I just want to get to the meat of Crime-master and the resolution of keeping, or not keeping Flash’s identity a secret. i’m sure Remender has a good story cooked up, but why can’t they just be regular issue numbers? Even a small limited series would do. I care about the numbering because it’s irrational to use points. It’s Marvels way of saying that it’s their way or the highway.

    • well it kinda is their way or the highway, they are running the company after all and they can run it however they see fit.f the point one issues hadn’t sold well they would have stopped making them, but they did sell well and so they’re staying around. i’ve never cared much for numbers, they reflect nothing about the story.

  5. The Marvel game killed this one for me… this is my last issue. The point issues and gimmicks are tired and I’m not playing it anymore. Sorry.

  6. I just don’t care much about this story. Somehow the book went from exploring the link between Flash’s damaged psyche and his dependence on the symbiote to a series of emoty fight scenes. With the event coming next it’s the perfect jumping off point.

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