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After reuniting with his childhood friend Eddie Brock, Peter Parker discovers a terrible secret about their fathers' past a secret which quickly results in a confrontation with Venom, Spider-Man's evil, dark twin. Collecting: Ultimate Spider-Man 33-39 After reuniting with his childhood friend Eddie Brock, Peter Parker discovers a terrible secret about their fathers' past a secret which quickly results in a confrontation with Venom, Spider-Man's evil, dark twin. Collecting: Ultimate Spider-Man 33-39


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After reuniting with his childhood friend Eddie Brock, Peter Parker discovers a terrible secret about their fathers' past a secret which quickly results in a confrontation with Venom, Spider-Man's evil, dark twin. Collecting: Ultimate Spider-Man 33-39 After reuniting with his childhood friend Eddie Brock, Peter Parker discovers a terrible secret about their fathers' past a secret which quickly results in a confrontation with Venom, Spider-Man's evil, dark twin. Collecting: Ultimate Spider-Man 33-39

30 review for Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 6: Venom

  1. 4 out of 5

    Garrett

    I've only liked Venom a few times. I liked him a lot in the 90s Spider-man cartoons, and in the Ultimate Spider-Man video game. This is probably my favorite version of Venom in the comics and I like the different origin for the ultimate universe. I've only liked Venom a few times. I liked him a lot in the 90s Spider-man cartoons, and in the Ultimate Spider-Man video game. This is probably my favorite version of Venom in the comics and I like the different origin for the ultimate universe.

  2. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Peter visits his old friend Eddie Brock from when they were kids to talk about their parents who worked together...what Peter finds is something far darker. I remember when I was younger I didn't love this arc because I felt the black suit was wrapped up soooo quick. But reading it now, I actually liked the new take. Peter linking Eddie Brock to childhood is a neat idea. I also really enjoyed the parents stuff and felt it was a great idea to show one of the major reasons Peter is so smart. I als Peter visits his old friend Eddie Brock from when they were kids to talk about their parents who worked together...what Peter finds is something far darker. I remember when I was younger I didn't love this arc because I felt the black suit was wrapped up soooo quick. But reading it now, I actually liked the new take. Peter linking Eddie Brock to childhood is a neat idea. I also really enjoyed the parents stuff and felt it was a great idea to show one of the major reasons Peter is so smart. I also loved all the stuff with Peter and MJ and it felt so real after a breakup. The thing this series does really well is combined great characterization with fun action and fun plots. Bendis obviously loved Spider-man growing up and got to tell his vision and it is one of the best Spider-man runs ever if not THE best. This is great! A 4.5 out of 5.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nicky

    I think this was the first volume of Ultimate Spider-man that didn't really resolve at all in a single TPB -- at least monster-wise. I read spoilers for this one, so I can't really say that any of it surprised me, but I'm looking forward to seeing this storyline develop. I assume the stuff with Gwen Stacy's going somewhere, too, which should be fun. I think this was the first volume of Ultimate Spider-man that didn't really resolve at all in a single TPB -- at least monster-wise. I read spoilers for this one, so I can't really say that any of it surprised me, but I'm looking forward to seeing this storyline develop. I assume the stuff with Gwen Stacy's going somewhere, too, which should be fun.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey.parks

    There is no way Eddie and Gwen would ever be that excited about reggae.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    I think I have a wee crush on the Bendis Spider-Man series. I've really enjoyed his interpretation of the character and he does an excellent job of showing the reader the story rather than simply telling it. I like that Peter Parker is an extremely introspective character with easily recognizable personality quirks. Parker is written in such a way that any reader should be able to identify and sympathize with him, which means that it's easy to either imagine oneself into his shoes (or unitard) or I think I have a wee crush on the Bendis Spider-Man series. I've really enjoyed his interpretation of the character and he does an excellent job of showing the reader the story rather than simply telling it. I like that Peter Parker is an extremely introspective character with easily recognizable personality quirks. Parker is written in such a way that any reader should be able to identify and sympathize with him, which means that it's easy to either imagine oneself into his shoes (or unitard) or think of him as a best friend. While this series is a little dated at this point (both the artistic style and story details like pop-culture references and technology are very reminiscent of the late 90s) it's not distracting or off-putting in such a way that detracts from the plot. I think this could easily stand the test of time for another ten years before it starts to feel "old hat."

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    2 1/2 stars. I liked the scenes between Nick Fury and Peter and the continuation of the problem between Mary and Peter. I liked the guilt factor. But the carnivorous psycho suit known as Venom was disgusting and too weird; and not a lot really happened, since clearly we haven't seen the last of Eddie. 2 1/2 stars. I liked the scenes between Nick Fury and Peter and the continuation of the problem between Mary and Peter. I liked the guilt factor. But the carnivorous psycho suit known as Venom was disgusting and too weird; and not a lot really happened, since clearly we haven't seen the last of Eddie.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jedhua

    Book Info: This collection contains Ultimate Spider-Man issues #33-39. ABSOLUTE RATING: {2.5+/5 stars} STANDARDIZED RATING: <3/5 stars> Peter is in the process of coming to terms with his recent break-up with Mary Jane. One day, and quite by accident, Peter discovers an old video tape holding footage of a family picnic with his Aunt and Uncle, both his parents, and a childhood friend named Eddie Brock. Eager to investigate a forgotten link to his past, Peter reaches out to Eddie – now a college Book Info: This collection contains Ultimate Spider-Man issues #33-39. ABSOLUTE RATING: {2.5+/5 stars} STANDARDIZED RATING: <3/5 stars> Peter is in the process of coming to terms with his recent break-up with Mary Jane. One day, and quite by accident, Peter discovers an old video tape holding footage of a family picnic with his Aunt and Uncle, both his parents, and a childhood friend named Eddie Brock. Eager to investigate a forgotten link to his past, Peter reaches out to Eddie – now a college-aged bioengineering major – and he informs Peter that both their fathers were working on a top-secret science project before they died. Evidently, the two were on the brink of discovering the cure to cancer. Eddie shows Peter a sample of their miracle drug, which turns out to be a vial of a black protoplasmic liquid. Growing increasingly impatient to continue his father's work, Peter breaks into the lab where the sample is kept, and accidentally gets some of it on his skin. Suddenly, the liquid comes alive, and envelops his entire body! I think the main flaw of the story was that it directed far too much focus on the details of the lives and the project the two fathers were working on. Beyond what I've told you already, literally all you need to know is that they were cheated out of their invention by another company looking to weaponize it, and that the two men died before they could complete the formula and prove ownership of it. All that information is spread over the span of the first two issues, when it could easily have been covered in one. And the science talk and philosophy Bendis included as filler only made matters worse. Honestly, Bendis is no Warren Ellis; few writers I know of could have gotten away with that kind of approach, and he should have just stuck with what has worked so far. Another problem was that this book failed to make Peter's quest for closure feel meaningful. Up until this point, the deaths of his parents did not seem to be very important, especially compared to the strain Uncle Ben's death has put on Peter and his relationship with Aunt May. But now, since Mary Jane suddenly wants to spring all her personal issues on Peter and break up with him with little prior lead-up, I guess Peter feels he needs a little something to take his mind off things. I suppose this does make a kind of a sense, but because Bendis has had so much else going on throughout the story, there wasn't nearly enough of an opportunity to build up to this split. So maybe it could have been more engaging if it wasn't surrounded by so much other crap, but unfortunately, I think the romantic melodrama is really starting to bore me. [Okay. So Peter misses his parents. I get that. But I'm not Peter; I have no previous memory of them, so there's no history of attachment. Since the writer doesn't do a good enough job facilitating one in the midst of everything else that's going on, a full arc devoted to this may not have been best (given the circumstances).] And as for Eddie, there wasn't much here to make me connect with him as a character. Before meeting up with him again, Peter admits to his Aunt May that he doesn't even remember the guy very well. And when he does meet him, there is so little they share in common beyond the deaths of their parents and their interest in science, that it's not even funny. For this reason, the "friendship" never seemed to take off, and the eventual confrontation between the two lacked emotional impact. Worse yet, Bendis makes the exact same mistake with Venom that he made with the Green Goblin in volume four; they feel like the exact same character, only Venom's dumber and they wear a different exterior. It's sinfully redundant, and executed even more poorly this time around. (See postscript for more on the Venom/Green Goblin comparison.) [Tell me honestly: does this sound like a guy you'd like to be friends with?] Venom is probably the worst volume of USM thus far. The first two issues seemed to drag on forever, and the setup nearly drove me out of my mind! It became noticeably less dull by the third issue, but fell flat given that the beginning did nothing to solidify my investment in the conflict. Considering the fact that Venom is probably one of the top three members in Spider-Man's lengthy rogues gallery, he proves to be more bark than bite, and is neutralized extremely quickly. I can only hope that if Venom makes a later appearance, it's a far more memorable one than this. Postscript: Look at how hard Bendis tries to artificially create a bond between Peter and Eddie: Take particular note of the loving smiles Peter silently shoots back at Eddie in both pics. Unless you've personally experienced a similar reunion, I would think it takes just a little too much effort to ignore how awkward and forced this feels. Just like with the parents, I wasn't in a position to fully appreciate Peter's unconditional friendship. Here's a snippet from volume four showing Osborn's hallucinatory perception of the world: Here's a picture of Eddie's transformation: See the similarity? They both got mixed-up thoughts and an irrational obsession with Peter. It's certainly possible that the character will return with more distinguishing characteristics, and a more sophisticated personality, but the Venom of this book was nothing more than a mindless monster – much like Osborn was in the first volume.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jibug

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This venom arc is okay. I didn’t get an emotional draw from the situation partly cause Eddie Brock isn’t portrayed as a sympathetic character. But, Peter on the other hand is tormented by the situation finding it his responsibility for what happened to Eddie. When Peter finds himself in the suit and sees uncle Ben in the face of a stranger who shot a man with a child by the body, I was detached from it. I was given a scene thrown in like passing landscape with no time to process it. It was jarri This venom arc is okay. I didn’t get an emotional draw from the situation partly cause Eddie Brock isn’t portrayed as a sympathetic character. But, Peter on the other hand is tormented by the situation finding it his responsibility for what happened to Eddie. When Peter finds himself in the suit and sees uncle Ben in the face of a stranger who shot a man with a child by the body, I was detached from it. I was given a scene thrown in like passing landscape with no time to process it. It was jarringly unemotional for me. I think it’s partly cause I knew the writer was using this as a means for Peter to chase revenge and face the pointlessness of it all. It took me out of the story completely. Also, we didn’t get to pause to see Peter spend a longer time in the suit so the struggle he goes through spans across a few pages and we see this as an observer looking at the physical pain of him wriggling away from the suit. So in that way I also felt emotionally detached. But, the scene that got me wasn’t the fleeting chaos, but the quiet scenes with the tape of Peter’s father running in the background talking about his dreams to help others, the cruelty of the world now inherited by his son, and how at the end of the day all he really cares about is watching Peter grow up. This is what inheritance looks like. The compassion passed down to generations. This scene alone is why I’m still reading this run.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Wing Kee

    Well that was intense! Wow this is a Spidey arc firing on all cylinders, it's intense, it's emotional, it's character driven. World: Not gonna comment on the art it's the same as the other arcs. The world building here on the other hand is amazing. It's dense, steeped in history and emotions and character development. It's just a great introduction to the Ultimate Universe's version of Eddie and Venom it's great. Story: The pacing was spectacular. The writing, the dialog and the characters were f Well that was intense! Wow this is a Spidey arc firing on all cylinders, it's intense, it's emotional, it's character driven. World: Not gonna comment on the art it's the same as the other arcs. The world building here on the other hand is amazing. It's dense, steeped in history and emotions and character development. It's just a great introduction to the Ultimate Universe's version of Eddie and Venom it's great. Story: The pacing was spectacular. The writing, the dialog and the characters were firing on all cylinders. This is what peak Bendis is, it's emotional and relatable. The story of the Venom project is tragic and heart felt cause Bendis spent so much time paving the way for the payoff. The start is a slow brew until all hell breaks loose. There is so much to say, but just read it. Characters: Peter goes through a lot of shit this arc. Last arc was pretty trying but man this is just another level. It gives him so much depth and development that it's an absolute delight to read. Eddie is also great, real and human and nuanced. Then there's Gwen and MJ...the list goes on. This is peak Bendis. An absolutely wonderful arc and a perfect representation of a great Spidey tale! Onward to the next book!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    I said I'd stop writing reviews on these but this was anazing! And i think the main reason for that is the nature of the villain. Venom. This isn't some guy who went mad and decided to direct it at Spidey. This isn't some goon that happened to be doing some criminal stuff and got intercepted. This villain was a friend. A friend from way back in Peter's life, a friend that has a connection to his parents. A friend who's actions are prompted as a direct consequence to Peter's own. And as a result I said I'd stop writing reviews on these but this was anazing! And i think the main reason for that is the nature of the villain. Venom. This isn't some guy who went mad and decided to direct it at Spidey. This isn't some goon that happened to be doing some criminal stuff and got intercepted. This villain was a friend. A friend from way back in Peter's life, a friend that has a connection to his parents. A friend who's actions are prompted as a direct consequence to Peter's own. And as a result it feels different. It feels personal both because of the friendship and because Peter is inarguably at least partially responsible. As such Venom as a villain shines and the whole situation carries a heavy weight. At the same time Peter's home life also provided an interesting story as he struggles to come to terms with his recent break up. The whole thing was just non stop. The relationship between the characters, the themes being explored of morality and corruption, the humour, dialogue, action. All incredible. This issue has been the best by far.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    Bendis's reimagining of Spider-Man's mythology continues to be a blast. His version of Venom's origin, and Eddie Brock's relation to Peter Parker is way more fun and believable than the cosmic origin / just some criminal story from the main universe. Of course there are a ton of overly coincidental character connections, but it feels in the spirit of Stan Lee, rather than in service of forced plotting. Bendis's run is consistently the best part of The Ultimate Universe. I've considered giving up Bendis's reimagining of Spider-Man's mythology continues to be a blast. His version of Venom's origin, and Eddie Brock's relation to Peter Parker is way more fun and believable than the cosmic origin / just some criminal story from the main universe. Of course there are a ton of overly coincidental character connections, but it feels in the spirit of Stan Lee, rather than in service of forced plotting. Bendis's run is consistently the best part of The Ultimate Universe. I've considered giving up the rest of the series, and just finishing this up.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    Yes, maybe the new twist on venom is interesting, and it sure ties everything together when Peter and Eddie were childhood friends and their dads created the venom suit, but I just couldn't get into this storyline like I have others. Not enough time with spidey in the black suit, venom might be a little overdone. Yes, maybe the new twist on venom is interesting, and it sure ties everything together when Peter and Eddie were childhood friends and their dads created the venom suit, but I just couldn't get into this storyline like I have others. Not enough time with spidey in the black suit, venom might be a little overdone.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jack Herbert Christal Gattanella

    "Ugh. how many friends do I have to lose in this superhero crap? Harry, MJ, now this. And he's so *angry* at me that he would *kill* me? Is he really like that? Or is it the suit! did the suit just totally drive him insane? Is that the deal? oh man. Here we go." Patton Oswalt said on a Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee episode, when asked/pressed who his favorite superhero is, tgmhat it was Spider-Man but with a distinction: "I live Spider-Man... as I get older." The idea being you look at Peter P "Ugh. how many friends do I have to lose in this superhero crap? Harry, MJ, now this. And he's so *angry* at me that he would *kill* me? Is he really like that? Or is it the suit! did the suit just totally drive him insane? Is that the deal? oh man. Here we go." Patton Oswalt said on a Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee episode, when asked/pressed who his favorite superhero is, tgmhat it was Spider-Man but with a distinction: "I live Spider-Man... as I get older." The idea being you look at Peter Parker and everything that comes with him a certain way as a kid or adolescent, but once your an adult - even staring down the barrel of middle age - the lessons of teenage f*ckuppery and responsibility and everything that goes with being 15 or 16 and having the powers of a multi-pronged insect with webbing (shooter extra S&H) gain a new resonance. You're not in the position of that time, you are looking back... but maybe a part of you never loses having to be responsible for others or oneself, but mostly for others. What all this is leading up to is that volume 6 kicked my mind's ass up the block. This is awesome melodrama with more deep consequences. In other words, the last issue of this seven-story arc, which is presented with excellent, propulsive but taking-the-perfect-time set up and payoff by Bendis, is when Parker exclaims, with dead seriousness to Nick Fury, he doesn't want these powers any more. As a kid one might question this one way... as an adult, you can't blame him. not for a second. This is the arc that also has made me realize what Venom is all about and why Eddie Brock matters so heavily in this universe. I should preface this by saying that I haven't read the original Venom series when he was introduced in the Spider-man (proper) comics. I know the gist of course, but the Ultimate series is really my first big dive into Spider-Man outside of reading the original Lee/Ditko run. Bendis therefore has one job to do: get me to see why Brock is such a significant character via the black goo that turns Parker bad. And while I'm still one of those rare defenders of Spiderman 3 (the movie) to boot (I have my reasons, don't come at me too hard please), seeing this makes me see why it's so important to set up and dig into who Parker and Brock were to each other,.... actually, their dads. Parker comes to Eddie not knowing who he really is all about. Who is Eddie? A not too secret typical male-toxic masculine asshole, who hits on Gwen Stacy and, we're told, many others inappropriately, and despite the token nugget he gives to Peter about relationships that 5 years from now you won't remember such-and-such girl's name, he still can't quite let go of what happened to his father. one wants to try to have empathy for Eddie Brock, and he makes it so very difficult. Yet despite that, the lesson here is that if Peter Parker can still do it, can we too? probably not. But Bendis is so confident in his storytelling so assured that he can pull off the pages of information that have to be given, or the pages of Parker's father talking to Peter from the dead on TV, that the mind boggles. Not everything so far in the Ultimate Spider-Man series is perfect, but it is Grand entertainment in the medium because the Creator loves his subject, but is finding new ways to write about him and question the material while still making compelling teenage melodrama and action pages that impress without irony.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Henry Blackwood

    Other than that 90’s cartoon of Spider-Man, I have real a low interest for Eddie Brock and Venom as a whole. But having said that, this was an awesome issue. The venom backstory and Eddie of this universe was really well crafted. This is Bendis at his tidiest and it’s really nice to see. This spider-man run will be one of my favourites ever. The last issue on this was great, a perfect way to end the story for a character that will obviously reoccur. I love how much strain each of these episodes b Other than that 90’s cartoon of Spider-Man, I have real a low interest for Eddie Brock and Venom as a whole. But having said that, this was an awesome issue. The venom backstory and Eddie of this universe was really well crafted. This is Bendis at his tidiest and it’s really nice to see. This spider-man run will be one of my favourites ever. The last issue on this was great, a perfect way to end the story for a character that will obviously reoccur. I love how much strain each of these episodes brings on Peter and the more I read the more problems present themselves and ideas I thought were a little dumb and hasty at first are paying off now. Like the choice to tell MJ earlier has paid off really nicely here and I’m invested in finding out what happens with that as well as invested in this Peter completely by this point.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Maurer

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Peter and Mary break up? Why? I mean I understand why and the necessity to keep the drama high, but they both need each other. Venom. Being new to comics and not knowing a whole lot about Venom except all my friends loving him as kids I loved it. We have clearly not seen the last of Eddie and Venom. Gwen and her development since the death of her father and worthless mother. Nick Fury who I want to learn so much more about if I only had time to read more comics besides this series. I just LOVE this Peter and Mary break up? Why? I mean I understand why and the necessity to keep the drama high, but they both need each other. Venom. Being new to comics and not knowing a whole lot about Venom except all my friends loving him as kids I loved it. We have clearly not seen the last of Eddie and Venom. Gwen and her development since the death of her father and worthless mother. Nick Fury who I want to learn so much more about if I only had time to read more comics besides this series. I just LOVE this series and this arc was wonderful even though there was no real conclusion, but more of a "To Be Continued" vibe. It was great to learn more about the parents of Peter and more history of things as well. I need a mind map to track all these different characters, connections, and industries to keep my knowledge sound.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alton Chaney

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was pretty bad. From the inconsistent art that made it difficult at times to discern which characters were in a panel, to the god-awful Eddie Brock plot that relied one several huge conveniences and cringeworthy attempts at showing his 'dark' side (spoiler: he is simply a creep to women he dates), there were almost no redeeming qualities to this volume, except for Pater and MJ's dynamic. With their relationship on the rocks, I though their interactions through the volume were handled very w This was pretty bad. From the inconsistent art that made it difficult at times to discern which characters were in a panel, to the god-awful Eddie Brock plot that relied one several huge conveniences and cringeworthy attempts at showing his 'dark' side (spoiler: he is simply a creep to women he dates), there were almost no redeeming qualities to this volume, except for Pater and MJ's dynamic. With their relationship on the rocks, I though their interactions through the volume were handled very well and felt especially natural given the circumstances.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mike Ezepchick

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. With a character big as Venom, I was hoping for a more profound read but I ended up being a little disappointed with this volume. I didn’t care for Eddie Brock all that much and I think the overall “Venom” story was rushed. The fact that it started off as an accident and then didn’t have a fully resolved ending was not very satisfying to read. I did enjoy reading note about Parkers’ parents, that was some great background. The overall story wasn’t that great though. I did enjoy the artwork when With a character big as Venom, I was hoping for a more profound read but I ended up being a little disappointed with this volume. I didn’t care for Eddie Brock all that much and I think the overall “Venom” story was rushed. The fact that it started off as an accident and then didn’t have a fully resolved ending was not very satisfying to read. I did enjoy reading note about Parkers’ parents, that was some great background. The overall story wasn’t that great though. I did enjoy the artwork when it was finally Spider-Man vs. Venom - I wish there was more of it.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Caleb Lail

    It’s needless to say, but the art is gorgeous. Some of the issues are really smooth and some are hard to read in a good way. Doesn’t cover anything socially important and only applies to broader scheme things, but as a Spider-Man story, it’s great! I’d like to find more volumes when I can. I loved the “Ultimate Spider-Man” game when I was a kid, especially the comic book style and the art direction which is in full swing here. Plus, 15 year old Peter is adorable.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Deshawn Vasquez

    The new (at the time) Venom origin is certainly more inventive and contemporary than the alien origin, but as an antagonist, it's kind of a tease, and I wish Peter spent more time in the suit before the inevitable separation. Being a big fan of the game, I know what's coming, and how Venom will play into future storylines, but this one feels a little haphazard by the end compared to some of the others. The new (at the time) Venom origin is certainly more inventive and contemporary than the alien origin, but as an antagonist, it's kind of a tease, and I wish Peter spent more time in the suit before the inevitable separation. Being a big fan of the game, I know what's coming, and how Venom will play into future storylines, but this one feels a little haphazard by the end compared to some of the others.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

    I enjoyed the intrigue of the backstory of the Parkers, but I'm still not thrilled with where his and MJs relationship is heading. Eddie Brock was a tool, so that fit well with the character. At least he wasn't just a jealous tool. He was driven by ambition and desire to finish what his father started, which is the most admirable backstory he's ever had that I have heard. I enjoyed the intrigue of the backstory of the Parkers, but I'm still not thrilled with where his and MJs relationship is heading. Eddie Brock was a tool, so that fit well with the character. At least he wasn't just a jealous tool. He was driven by ambition and desire to finish what his father started, which is the most admirable backstory he's ever had that I have heard.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marloges

    I liked the new spin on Venom's origin and the characterization of Eddie Brock. Peter's family gets a lot of focus and it's interesting to learn more about them. Another strong book but ended a bit abruptly in my opinion. I was also slightly disappointed that black Spidey was only really a thing for a really short time. I liked the new spin on Venom's origin and the characterization of Eddie Brock. Peter's family gets a lot of focus and it's interesting to learn more about them. Another strong book but ended a bit abruptly in my opinion. I was also slightly disappointed that black Spidey was only really a thing for a really short time.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Abhinav Vuppalapati

    Bendis is back with another great Spider-Man volume, in this volume you find out more about the venom symbiote and more about the black suit, you also get to learn more about Peters father and what work he did, I really liked this take on Venom because of the way he is portrayed between Peter and Eddie, it’s great I really liked it a lot!

  23. 4 out of 5

    dp ⚕️

    Spider-Man is my favorite super hero, so I wanted to like this more. I wish I could've given it at least 2 stars, but I honestly didn't like it at all. The plan was to read the entire Ultimate Spider-Man series, but this volume marks the end of that endeavor. Spider-Man is my favorite super hero, so I wanted to like this more. I wish I could've given it at least 2 stars, but I honestly didn't like it at all. The plan was to read the entire Ultimate Spider-Man series, but this volume marks the end of that endeavor.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Brown

    An excellent read about a dark substance that Eddie Brock is continuing the work of their dads that turns them into Venom. https://nicolewbrown.blogspot.com/201... An excellent read about a dark substance that Eddie Brock is continuing the work of their dads that turns them into Venom. https://nicolewbrown.blogspot.com/201...

  25. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

    Issue 39: Therapy may have become one of my favorite issues of anything Spider-Man. My only complaint about this volume really is Peter's minimal amount of time spent with the black suit. For a series that's been giving arcs a lot of breathing room, it was kind of a surprise. Issue 39: Therapy may have become one of my favorite issues of anything Spider-Man. My only complaint about this volume really is Peter's minimal amount of time spent with the black suit. For a series that's been giving arcs a lot of breathing room, it was kind of a surprise.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rix

    Minus a star bc seeing Eddie Brock be THIS much of an arsehole is kinda painful. Otherwise this continues in the same vein as the other entrees in this series. Though I do feel that the story as a hole is really starting to find its momentum

  27. 5 out of 5

    James

    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 6 was great. I wasn't always a Spider-Man fan but Venom was always the best part of the Spider-Man series. So I loved this part of Ultimate Spider-Man. Venom Rules! Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 6 was great. I wasn't always a Spider-Man fan but Venom was always the best part of the Spider-Man series. So I loved this part of Ultimate Spider-Man. Venom Rules!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth

    Spider-man tries to save his childhood friend who has become Venon.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Zelly B.

    My favourite Spidey series of all time. This is actually a (2x) re-read of the entire series.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Quinton Baran

    A really cool take on the black costume and creation of Venom, although I felt the whole story line was a bit hurried.

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