[Warning: Contains SPOILERS for Venom #2.]
Being a symbiotic puddle of black goo from Klyntar isn’t always easy, but it does have its advantages. You get to travel the universe as both a hero and as a villain. You get to set your own hours – at least presuming your willing host doesn’t have to get up too early in the morning (which they usually don’t). You also get to hold dominion over the pathetic little life-form whose cerebral cortex you’ve sunk your tendrils into, or at least that’s usually how it goes for a certain symbiote named Venom.
Throughout the years, it’s had its share of troubles: getting dumped by Spider-Man (that one still …
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