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Anti-Venom Is Now Available on Marvel Contest Of Champions

Now morphed into something more wicked than before — Anti-Venom enters The Contest in Kabam’s MARVEL Contest of Champions! Here is a quick bio of the character’s in-game story:

Eddie Brock, now separated from the Venom Symbiote, had his cancer cured by Martin Li, the alter ego of the Super Villain  Mister Negative. Unbeknown to Li, his healing powers fused with the remnants of the Symbiote in Eddie’s body and created a new mindless Symbiote now known as Anti-Venom.

Check out Anti-Venom’s Champion Spotlight, which details his abilities, history, strengths and recommended masteries. 

Other MARVEL Contest of Champions updates, including bug fixes, balance updates, the COSMIC ECLIPSE Quest and more can be found HERE. Stay tuned for more as Knull enters The Contest soon!

Destroyer of Light – Anti-Venom and Knull overtake the Battlerealm in Marvel Contest of Champions

The Contest continues as two new champions overtake the Battlerealm – Anti-Venom and Knull! Find out more about their stories in MARVEL Contest of Champions as Kabam debuted an all-new motion comic teasing the two new Champions coming to the popular mobile fighter. Here is a quick look at what The Contest has in store this month:

A call for help from Nova has come in from the edge of the Symbiote Lands, the unforgiving Battlerealm region that the many Kylntar, (or “Symbiotes”) call home. 

Nova picked up a distress signal from within the Symbiote Lands, one that supplied only foreboding words: “HE IS HERE. OVERRUN.” 

With the rest of the Battlerealm’s Champions indisposed, he has turned to The Contest’s most reliable hero, The Summoner!


Eddie Brock, now separated from the Venom Symbiote, had his cancer cured by Martin Li, the alter ego of the Super Villain  Mister Negative. Unbeknown to Li, his healing powers fused with the remnants of the Symbiote in Eddie’s body and created a new mindless Symbiote now known as Anti-Venom.

When all that existed was the darkness there was Knull and he thrived in it. But when the Celestial’s creations began consuming his Living Abyss with radiant light, he retaliated. Knull felled one of these primordial gods, absorbing its power and forming All-Black, the Necrosword. With the power of the Celestials on his side and sheer darkness as his weapon, Knull spawned an army of his own, the Symbiotes. Creatures formed from darkness and fear and designed to extinguish the light.

Both characters will arrive in the game in October. Other MARVEL Contest of Champions updates, including bug fixes, balance updates, the COSMIC ECLIPSE Quest and more can be found HERE.

Get Ready for Knull with the Marvel Venom/Carnage Sale

Knull is coming! The god of the symbiotes is ready to bring darkness across the Marvel Universe.

ComiXology has you covered with the “Marvel Venom/Carnage Sale” which features 438 releases on sale for you.

Get recent events like Absolute Carnage, mini-series like Carnage USA, events like Spider-Man: Maximum Carnage, Venom’s current ongoing series, and comics featuring Scream, Anti-Venom, and more.

Trades are just $3.99 and up and single issues are just $0.99. If you want to dive in to explore the world of Spider-Man featuring Carnage, Venom, and more, this is a great sale to take advantage of.

The sale runs until November 5, so swing over to comiXology and take advantage.

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Agent Anti-Venom Comes to Marvel Legends this November

This Marvel hero changed his costume in a flash! The Marvel Legends Agent Anti-Venom 6-Inch Action Figure gives this agent of the cosmos a new white armored look, allowing Flash Thompson to do something out-of-this world. Armed with hulking armor, this figure is ready to face down intergalactic threats – or perhaps create a few new ones!

Exclusive to Entertainment Earth, the figure is out November 2019 and retails for $22.99. You can pre-order it now.

Marvel Legends Agent Anti-Venom 6-Inch Action Figure

Catching Up on Reviews, Part 4 — Amazing Spider-Man

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The Amazing Spider-Man #654.1 (Marvel) – Dan Slott comes up with one of the best and most original plot devices in recent years in ASM, reviving Flash Thompson and repurposing the Venom symbiote as a heroic operative is pretty awesome. And Humberto Ramos’s art is as good as it has ever been.

Story: 9.25 Art: 9.75 Overall: 9.5

The Amazing Spider-Man #655 (Marvel) – This is really one of the greatest issues of ASM ever, with experimental art and storytelling by Dan Slott and Marcos Martin that is more reminiscent of Acme Novelty Library than anything Marvel has done recently. The death of Marla Jameson, a minor character, is handled so well here, I feel like she was one of the most important characters in the Spidey universe.

Story: 10 Art: 10 Overall: 10

The Amazing Spider-Man #656 (Marvel) – While Slott and Martin can’t possibly follow up the previous issue, this is still a very good issue, taking a minor criminal event and turning it into an examination of good an evil that is quite compelling.

Story: 9 Art: 9 Overall: 9

The Amazing Spider-Man #657 (Marvel) – This is supposed to be a tribute to Spidey and the Human Torch and their relationship over the years, but it fails to capture the nature of their relationship and doesn’t work well as a story, either. A disappointment for what should’ve been an important issue.

Story: 5 Art: 7 Overall: 6

The Amazing Spider-Man #658 (Marvel) – Spidey’s introduction to the Freedom Foundation doesn’t result in a much better story than the previous issue. The Ghost Rider team-up is a little better, but not particularly compelling.

Story: 7 Art: 8 Overall: 7.5

The Amazing Spider-Man #659 (Marvel) – The introduction of zombies and the return of the Sinister Six into the FF storyline both work pretty well and the Ghost Rider story continues at its same pace, which is good, but not great.

Story: 9 Art: 8 Overall: 8.5

The Amazing Spider-Man #660 (Marvel) – The continuation of the FF-Sinister Six storyline is just as compelling and entertaining as it began. The Ghost Rider story ends about the same as it began, but I’m not sure it was necessary.

Story: 9 Art: 8 Overall: 8.5

The Amazing Spider-Man #661 (Marvel) – The two stories in this issue are good but not great. The lead story teams up the wallcrawler and the Avengers Academy, but is a little obvious. The back-up “day in the life” story is humorous, but doesn’t look great.

Story: 8 Art: 7 Overall: 7.5

The Amazing Spider-Man #662 (Marvel) – The Avengers Academy cross-over gets a little better, but is still a little heavy-handed, I think. The back-up story is similarly a little obvious, but is pulled off a bit better.

Story: 8.25 Art: 7.25 Overall: 7.75

The Amazing Spider-Man #663 (Marvel) – The main story here is a good mix of Anti-Venom, Cardiac and Mr. Negative that is a good read and the back-up is a mildly amusing “everything goes wrong and Spidey is misunderstood” story like we’ve seen before.

Story: 7.75 Art: 7.25 Overall: 7.5

The Amazing Spider-Man #664 (Marvel) – It’s good to finally see some resolution to the Spidey-Anti-Venom storyline that’s being gone on for a while. It’s a good story, too.

Story: 9 Art: 9 Overall: 9

The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #38 (Marvel) – An interesting alternate dimension tale and team-up with Hulk and Deadpool begins here. The spin is that The Spider (Peter Parker) and his still-living Uncle Ben aren’t what the seem. It provides a good plot device.

Story: 8.5 Art: 8 Overall: 8.25