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Quote1.png Oh, yeah. Just like riding a shape-shifting psychopathic bike. Time for extreme makeover: extraterrestrial parasite removal edition! Quote2.png
-- Spider-Man (Peter Parker) src


A member of the corrupted Symbiote Hive that had broken away from the Klyntar Hive-Mind,[1][2] this symbiote and several of its brethren bonded to a swarm of Brood and attacked the S.W.O.R.D. space station, aiming to seize Deathbird and her unborn child in order to expedite the Symbiote Imperium's conquest of the galaxy.

Having secured Deathbird, the symbiote began to consume its Brood host from the inside-out, attacking Beast, Spider-Man, and the Special Class when they infiltrated the space station. When its Brood host died, the symbiote was captured alongside its brethren by Hellion and contained in a psionic bubble.

Possessing Spider-Man.

Outmatched by Symbiote Deathbird, Spider-Man ordered Hellion to release one of the captured symbiotes and bonded to it. Possibly as a result of combining with the remnants of his original symbiote still left in his body, it took an appearance identical to his Black Suit.[3]

The symbiote immediately attempted to seize control of Spider-Man's body, but was opposed within his subconsciousness by the disembodied telepath No-Girl. The symbiote easily defeated her, washing over her and Peter's mental replica of Queens like a tsunami of darkness; and then seized control of its host. Before it could do anything more than sprout claws and a fanged maw, the symbiote was blasted off Spider-Man by Beast, re-contained by Hellion, and jettisoned into space alongside its brethern.[4]


Seemingly those of the Venom symbiote after bonding to Spider-Man.


Seemingly those of the Venom symbiote after bonding to Spider-Man.

Strength level

The symbiote augments Spider-Man's powers by an unspecified amount, enabling him to fight evenly with a symbiote-controlled Deathbird.


Like most other Symbiotes, this symbiote was weak to sound and fire.

Discover and Discuss


  1. Venom Super Special #1
  2. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 #23
  3. It's possible that the reason for this was it interfacing with the remnants of the Venom Symbiote in Spider-Man's body, like what happened when Mac Gargan took an appearance similar to that of his Ven-orpion persona when he bonded to a piece of the Maniac Symbiote in Amazing Spider-Man #792
  4. Spider-Man and the X-Men #5
  5. Amazing Spider-Man #793
  6. Venomized #1

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