‘Spider-Man vs. Venom’ Omnibus Contains All Symbiote Action

For all those symbiote lovers out there, 2018’s Spider-Man vs. Venom Omnibus returns to stores once again this March.

The origins of Venom and his skinny offspring Carnage are featured throughout the mammoth collection, as well as all of the numerous battles with Spidey and his Amazing Friends Wolverine, Ghost Rider, Quasar, Darkhawk, and the Avengers.

The Spider-Man vs. Venom Omnibus collects The Amazing Spider-Man #258, 300, 315-317, 332-333, 346-347, 361-363, 373-375, 378-380, and 388, Web of Spider-Man #1, 95-96 and 101-103, Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault graphic novel, Darkhawk #13-14, Spider-Man Special Edition: Trial of Venom UNICEF Special, Ghost Rider/Blaze: Spirits of Vengeance #5-6, Spider-Man #35-37, Spectacular Spider-Man #201-203 and all Venom, Carnage, and Spidey-related stories from Amazing Spider-Man Annual #25-26, Web of Spider-Man Annual #7-8, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #12, Marvel Comics Presents #117-122, and Spider-Man Unlimited #1-2.

Writers include David Michelinie, Tom DeFalco, Louise Simonson, Howard Mackie, Terry Kavanagh, Danny Fingeroth, Peter David, and J.M. DeMatteis.

An army of artists are also represented in the collection led by Todd McFarlane, Ron Frenz, Erik Larsen, Mark Bagley, Ron Lim, Adam Kubert, Sal Buscema, Joe Rubinstein, Mike Machlan, Jack Abel, Keith Wilson, Keith Williams, Brad Vancata, Joe Rosas, Mickey Ritter, Randy Emberlin, Greg LaRocque, Jim Mooney, Alex Saviuk, Dan Panosian, Don Hudson, Jim Sanders, Fred Fredericks, Mike Manley, Ricardo Villagran, Jim Craig, Dan Day, Tom Lyle, Scott Hanna, Al Milgrom, Todd Smith, Tom Palmer, Paris Cullins, Bud LaRosa, Aaron Lopresti, Bruce Jones, Jim Sanders III, Sam de la Rosa, and Sam Kieth.

The Omnibus comes with a suggested retail price of $125.00 for 1160 pages of web-slinging action. Look for the new edition in stores on March 8.

Check out both the McFarlane and Bagley covers below (Bagley’s “Maximum Carnage” cover being the comic shop exclusive one) and stay tuned to Conskipper for all of your vintage comic news.

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