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In Marvel's press conference call with writer Rick Remender and editor Stephen Wacker on the upcoming "Venom" ongoing series illustrated by Tony Moore, the unscripted chat yielded the new Lethal Protector's identity and more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the interior art for "Amazing Spider-Man" #654.1 featuring the debut of the all-new Venom in a story by regular ASM writer Dan Slott and artist Humberto Ramos.
The writer behind Marvel's "Uncanny X-Force" relaunch talks to CBR about teaming with frequent partner Tony Moore for a para-military take on the Spider-Man monster and the mystery hero caught in the middle.
Creators Rick Remender and Tony Moore will launch an ongoing "Venom" series for Marvel in March, 2011 featuring an all-new version of the character set to debut in "Amazing Spider-Man" #654.1.
Marvel has released the cover for "Amazing Spider-Man" #654.1 featuring the debut of the all-new Venom! Written by Dan Slott with art and cover by Paulo Siqueira, the issue hits February 9, 2011.
"Green Lantern" searches for Carol Ferris. Topher Grace gives the "no go" to "Venom." Robert Rodriguez says "Sin City 2" is still in the future. Also, "Lobo" is not a matter of fact according to Ritchie, and more.
Sam Raimi talks "responsibility" in "Spider-Man 4." Actress Aubrey Plaza talks "Scott Pilgrim." Brian Micheal Bendis talks "Thor." Eliza Dushku talks "Internet Fantasy." Gary Ross no longer talking "Venom?"
Writer/director Gary Ross, currently rewriting "Spider-Man 4," is in discussions with Columbia Pictures to write and direct a feature film version of "Venom," spinning off from the previous "Spider-Man" film.
Iron Man 2 set video! "Smallville" second episode in review! "John Carter of Mars" set to shoot! All this, plus "Venom" script is in at Sony and more.
"Green Lantern" approaches light. "Deadpool" will shatter the fourth wall while Smallville's Kryptonite turns out to be spoilers. All this plus Venom's feature cameo, a triple shot of "Pilgrim," and more.
This week's new episode of "The Spectacular Spider-Man" debuts not only the alien symbiote that alters Spidey's color scheme, but also Black Cat, voiced by "Battlestar Galactica's" Tricia Helfer.