Appearing in "Baby Please Don't Go!"Edit
- Gina Mulligan (First appearance)
- Various New York City Citizens
- Rothko the Chiuaua
- Patrick Mulligan's Father (Picture)
Synopsis for "Baby Please Don't Go!"Edit
Venom and Carnage were tearing into each other, with Carnage claiming that he didn't want to have anything to do with the upcoming unnamed event, and Venom persisting that it was going to happen regardless of Cletus' feelings about it.
After whipping Venom into the Hudson River, Carnage managed to dig himself deep underground, hoping to use the depth to smother his unborn child as soon as it's born. Officer Patrick Mulligan arrived on the scene with his partner to discover Carnage leaving.
Across town, Felicia Hardy was attending an art exhibit at a gallery when the power went out. When it came back on, the owner was surprised to find a painting missing.
Officer Mulligan arrived at home, greeting his extremely pregnant wife with a kiss on her belly. Just as they began to discuss the evil he had witnessed earlier that day, Venom found them, with Carnage close behind.In the ensuing fight, Gina was thrown down a stairwell and Carnage was able to pull Patrick away, ready to gut him to pull out the 'child' inside.
Appearing in "Thunder"Edit
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- The Black Costume (Not the Symbiote)
Synopsis for "Thunder"Edit
Spider-Man has emerged from his grave, discovering that Kraven's drug kept him immobilized there for two weeks. Spider-Man arrives and confronts the Hunter. Kraven refuses to fight, saying that by "killing" and impersonating the web-slinger, he has proven his superiority. Re-donning his own costume, he leads Spider-Man to the caged Vermin, then releases him, goading him into attacking Spider-Man. At first Spider-Man fights back but then backs off, refusing to play Kraven's game. However Vermin overwhelms him. Kraven forces Vermin off Spider-Man and lets him flee. Promising to never hunt again. Kraven helps the wounded Spider-Man up, urging him to follow Vermin. Feeling release, Kraven shoots himself with a hunting rifle, falling back into a coffin, dead.
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