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Quote1 All right, Spider-Man -- LET'S MAKE A DEAL! You don't come after us -- we won't come after you! Fair enough? Quote2
-- Venom

Appearing in "The Bride of Venom"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Bride of Venom"Edit

Venom takes Peter's parents back to the abandoned Thrill World amusement park. Mary weeps that she doesn't want to die and Venom assures her that he will protect them from Spider-Man. Richard indicates that he doesn't know why Spider-Man would want them, because they don't even know him. Venom is shocked that Spider-Man hasn't revealed his true identity yet and considers telling the Parkers about their son's secret life. He refrains however, indicating "No! We won't tell you either! It would only break your hearts! And your Innocence, above all else, is what we've sworn to preserve!" Meanwhile, Spider-Man is searching for his parents. With no leads, he enters the Bugle as Peter Parker looking for information on Venom's location. J. Jonah Jameson is arguing with Silver Sable over the phone about her lack of progress locating Venom. Silver Sable indicates that she will contact him when she knows something, and hangs up the phone. JJJ ponders the money to be made from the story of the capture of Venom if the Wild Pack succeeds. Peter leaves the Bugle and goes to an Ann Weying's apartment. Ann will not speak with reporters, so Peter changes into Spider-Man to interrogate her. After startling her, Spider-Man informs her that there are lives on the line and asks for her help in finding Venom. She begins a long story concerning her history with Venom - as Eddie Brock's wife. When she tells her story, among related facts concerning their history, she tells Spider-Man of Eddie's fondness for the Thrill World amusement park. Spider-Man considers this the best lead he's got, and thanks her, then leaves. Ann reflects on helping Spider-Man and decides she could do more, so she hails a cab and tells the driver to proceed to the old Thrill Amusement park. Unbeknownst to Spider-Man, he is being watched by the Wild Pack, who decide to follow Spider-Man, hoping he will lead them to Venom. After he arrives at the park, Spider-Man ponders the connection between Eddie's boyish memories of the park and Veno, bringing Peter's parents to this location. While preoccupied, Spider-Man doesn't notice that Eddie has extended a portion of his living costume, through a vent, to spy for Spider-Man. Venom leaves the Parkers to engage his nemesis. The Parkers work on attempting to escape their bonds with a piece of glass. Spider-Man is looking for Brock, and turns to see him standing there. Brock indicates that Spidey usually runs from Venom. Spider-Man defiantly and heroically indicates "Not this time, Brock! But if you've harmed my Mom and Dad, you'll wish I had run!" Venom tells Spider-Man he only wants to protect Peter's parents from Spider-Man, not to harm them. Venom indicates that the best way to protect the Parkers is to ensure that Spider-Man doesn't live long enough to corrupt them. Before the battle can be joined, Ann arrives and pleads with Eddie to give up this life, while Eddie ponders this, the Wild Pack attack him from behind with a sonic gun. They tell him that they intend to take him in. Venom looks at Spider-Man and says "you did this! You even corrupted Annie, made her trick us into letting our guard down! We'll suck the marrow from your bones!" He punches Spider-Man violently in the face, he strikes Spidey again and again and slams him onto the ground. The Wild Pack attacks Venom with the sonic gun. As Battlestar hits Venom, another member strikes him with the sonic gun. While Battlestar engages Venom, Spidey disarms the sonic gun wielder and questions her concerning their involvement. He learns about JJJ's involvement and then notices photographer Lance Bannon taking photos of the fight. As Venom systematically takes out members of the Wild Pack, one member utilizing a flamethrower, instigates a fire, which quickly surrounds the newly escaped Parkers. Venom debates the merits of risking his symbiotes' health to save them. Venom opts to save them, returning them to safety with Ann Weying and informing all three to get to safety. Meanwhile, Spider-Man, who is also engaging members of the Wild Pack, knocks out his last pack member and casually looks for Venom. Venom suddenly appears and their fight starts. Venom beats on Spider-Man incessantly, while Lance Bannon takes the Parkers to safety. Ann Weying refuses to go. Spider-Man suffers a veritable beating and attempts to fight back, however Venom merely shrugs off Spidey's blows. As Venom begins to choke Spider-Man with the symbiote, a member of the Wild Pack comes to, takes the sonic gun, and blasts Venom. He comments while firing that it's a good thing the contract says "Dead or alive." Ann knocks the Wild Pack member out from behind. Venom thanks Ann and turns back to Spider-Man to finish killing him. Ann, appalled that Venom would react to her saving him by attempting to kill Spider-Man, flees from Venom's presence. As she runs, the Ferris wheel, damaged from the fight, begins to fall. Venom catches the massive wheel, but is still weak from the sonic attack. The Ferris wheel shakes violently as he struggles to keep it from falling. He begs Ann to get to safety, saying "I can't save you." Spider-Man wakes up and decides to help Venom, saying "Maybe WE can!" Together, the two manage to push the Ferris wheel away from Ann. Venom seems intent to resume the fight, but Ann begins yelling at him, and finally convinces Venom that Spider-Man saves innocent lives, and that killing him would put future innocent lives at risk. VENOM laments and makes a "deal" with Spider-Man. If Spider-Man doesn't come after Venom, Venom will not come after Spider-Man. Spider-Man reluctantly agrees and watches Venom hitch a ride on a passing helicopter. Spider-Man second guesses Venom's promise, and fires a tracer after the villain. Venom's symbiote immediately destroys the tracer. Spider-Man ponders if the word of a madman like VENOM is worth putting faith in.

Appearing in "True Friends!"Edit

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Synopsis for "True Friends!"Edit

Continuing from where Fantastic Four Vol 1 373 left off, while hunting down the Human Torch, who had become a fugitive due to burning down Empire State University, Spider-Man reminiscences about how the Torch always came to his aid in his darkest hour, remembering his encounters with Dr. Octopus, the Green Goblin and Venom. Redoubling his efforts, he decides the best thing to do is to drop by Stephen Strange's Mansion for help. The story continues in Fantastic Four Vol 1 374

Appearing in "The Monster Within"Edit

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  • Jake Austin (transformed astronaut) (Only Appearance)[1]

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  • Space Rocket (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "The Monster Within"Edit

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Appearing in "Echoes"Edit

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  • Chameleon (Appears in flashback and main story)

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  • "The Bride of Venom" is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.[2]



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Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. "The Bride of Venom" is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:



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