Ultimate Spider-Man - Volume 6: Venom

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Marvel, Sep 6, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 168 pages
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Still coping with high school, his night job, and his alter-ego as Spider-Man, Peter Parker reunities with his childhood friend Eddie Brock and discovers secrets that lie in their fathers' pasts, secrets that lead to the birth of Venom.

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Good art, solid storytelling. - Goodreads
The writing is solid, if a bit moralistic. - Goodreads
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Great art, good plot and a ton of action. - Goodreads
The pacing in the first volume is really interesting. - Goodreads
Decent intro to spider-man but nothing groundbreaking. - Goodreads
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Ultimate spider man is a children s great comics ever, There are black red spider man and wolverine, black cat, x men , hulk and sand man

Review: Ultimate Spider-Man, Vol. 6: Venom (Ultimate Spider-Man #6)

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Ahhh. Super engrossed by this comic. Venom is just as creepy as I remember in my childhood. I literally muttered a "Oh Sh--" to myself as I turned a few pages. Heh. Definitely one of my favorite volumes of the series so far. Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Bendis is the Eisner award-winning creator of the Jinx crime comics. Bendis is the recipient of the Cleveland Press Excellence in Journalism Award ans was also nominated for an International Horror Guild award.

Artist Mark Bagley makes his DC debut on this series after spending over 20 years at Marvel Comics illustrating titles such as Ultimate Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man and New Warriors.

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