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• The Avengers task Venom with bringing in Damion Hellstrom – but who are THE MONSTERS OF EVIL?!

• Rising star Cullen Bunn (WOLVERINE) teams with the Spider-verse’s newest young gun, Thony Silas (ENDS OF THE EARTH) for a new dawn in the life of Flash Thompson!

Story by Cullen Bunn
Art by Thony Silas
Cover by Patrick Zircher & Humberto Ramos

Price: $2.99
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  1. First book with Bunn on his own, I hope he does an amazing job like Remender did.

  2. I think it’s funny (in a cruel way) that Flash rarely “Venoms out” in his own book, but over in Secret Avengers this week the symbiote has clearly gone apeshit. So… should I keep buying this Venom title because I’m a Flash Thompson fanboy or should I switch to Secret Avengers ‘cuz that’s where Venom actually gets to be Venom?

    Cullen Bunn, please save me from this conundrum.

  3. Bunn has one shot at this. One arc to impress us or we eat his brains!

  4. Double Venom in one week between this and Secret Avengers. Stoked.

  5. Not a great start to Bunn’s run. It will take more than 3s to keep me interested.

  6. This is a nice change of pace after the mediocre handful of issues that finished Remender’s tenure on the title. I still gritted my teeth a bit over the excessive narration boxes of inner monologue. Sometimes I think the only person Flash ever talks to is himself. And it’s odd how he keeps wanting to explain himself to himself like he’d never met himself before. Anyway, by the end of this issue it definitely feels like Flash is heading into a more action oriented storyline with less depressive soul searching on the menu (for the moment). Knowing what Bunn’s done with the supernatural in his own book The Sixth Gun, I feel like we’re in for a devilishly good time.

  7. Wasn’t a perfect issue, but definitely wasn’t bad either.

    I really liked the art though, the double page splash with the webs as panel breakers might not be the most original design but it looks bloody great when done right, and done right it most certainly was.

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