By James Urquhart A venomous pit viper (Deinagkistrodon acutus) Shutterstock / Milan Vachal Pit vipers may be able to sense how much venom they have in reserve to deal with a threat, a study suggests. Previous research indicates that venomous animals, including spiders, scorpions and snakes, use their precious venom frugally, essentially metering it out
When the Spider-Man character of Venom first debuted in 2007’s Spider-Man 3, there were many fans who were not entirely impressed by his appearance as played by Topher Grace. With complaints that Venom just wasn’t Vemon-y enough, it would be a whole 11 years before the symbiote partner, Eddie Brock, would get another shot at
Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which arrives on September 24, will see Cletus Kasady bonding with the Carnage symbiote and wreaking havoc alongside Naomi Harris’ Shriek, and only Venom stands in their way. Michelle Williams and Reid Scott are back as Anne Weying and Dan Lewis, respectively, and Stephen Graham plays Detective Mulligan. Learn what
It took years, but fans rejoiced when Sony and Marvel Studios officially joined forces in 2015 to bring Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, what some may not have expected to see Sony develop its own movie franchise featuring characters from Spider-Man’s corner of the Marvel Universe, beginning with 2018’s Venom. With more films
Maximum Carnage In what is considered one of the best Carnage stories of all time, the character really unleashed all hell on New York in a mega-crossover event. The villain teamed up with Shriek, Doppelganger, Demogoblin, and Carrion, and together they go on a killing spree throughout the city. Furthermore, Shriek used her psychic powers
The Most Dangerous Man In America (Limited Series) – TBA (Announced) Soon enough, Woody Harrelson will become The Most Dangerous Man in America. More specifically, the actor is signed on to star in a limited series adaptation of the acclaimed book, The Most Dangerous Man in America, written by Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis.