The animated series Spider-Man from the ’90sVenom was introduced to many people, and that classic look is still in use today.
Venom: Let There be CarnageThe film took over the North American box office in its first weekend. That feat comes as no surprise given the character’s popularity, large parts of which come from the ’90sThese posters are fan-made posters of Spider-Man from the animated series.
That short-lived portrayal of Spider-Man saw Venom play out two facets of his classic comic book storyline, the one where the black symbiote takes over Peter Parker before latching on to Eddie Brock, and a later one where the two join forces to battle Carnage and a couple of Doctor Strange’s foes. Venom, Carnage, and Eddie Brock look just as hungry when they are in their throwback form.
The Supreme (@spidey.supreme), the artist in question, is The Supreme. This account, like its name, is entirely dedicated to Peter Parker. There’s a lot of content right now, due to Let There Be Carnage and Spider-Man: No Way Home closing. The Carnage Venom art looks as amazing as ever, thanks to a stunning resolution that really makes the purple hues in the series stand out.
The Supreme claims that he created the drawing using only the Autodesk sketchbook and his fingers, which is a great compliment. Both posters help to show how Venom, Carnage, and other characters benefit from modern CGI. This is especially true since the movie-length two-faced version of them turns out much better.
Venom’s popularity is probably at an all-time high right now, as the character is set to play a big part in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 on the PS5, possibly introducing some new takes on the anti-hero. Although Venom: Let There Be Carnage has received mixed reviews, the movie seems to maintain the same humor and tone that made its predecessor a huge commercial success. This is the path that the sequel seeks.
Of course, most of the buzz currently involving Tom Hardy’s Venom is centered on a post-credits scene that promises to have Spidey-Verse shattering consequences as Sony’s Spider-Man Universe gets further intertwined with the MCU. There’s no better time than now to see how this crossover plays out on Disney Plus’ Spider-Man: The Animated Series.
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