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Amazing Spider-Man #300 (First Ever Appearance of Venom - Marvel Comics)

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This double-sized 25th anniversary issue offers the first ever battle between Spider-man and the menacing Venom. The issue boasts the penciling talents of Todd McFarlane and the writing talents of David Michelinie. In this issue Spider-man finds out that it is ex Globe worker Eddie Brock who is behind the symbiote. Spider-man uses his friends The Fantastic Four to help ...more
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I created pictures of Venom, Carnage and Spider-Man in high school Graphic Arts class over twenty years ago. I favorited the two villains because I found their sarcastic personalities and complex psyches intriguing.

I'm not sure if the time gap played a part in my not liking this as much as I thought I would, or the intended audience age gap squelched it for me. I found married life a boring concept for a superhero, but perhaps they tried to portray a role model thing instead of the more realist
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