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Left without a host, the symbiote disguised itself as a pool of water and bonded with a surviving member of the [[Madrox Gang (Earth-807128)|Madrox Gang]],{{r|Old Man Hawkeye Vol 1 1}} using his powers to create an army of replicants and hunt down [[Clinton Barton (Earth-807128)|Hawkeye]].{{r|Old Man Hawkeye Vol 1 2|5}} When the army was defeated, Venom pursued Hawkeye to the [[Savage Land]], where he was eaten by a ''[[Tyrannosaurus rex]]''.{{r|Old Man Hawkeye Vol 1 6}}
 
Left without a host, the symbiote disguised itself as a pool of water and bonded with a surviving member of the [[Madrox Gang (Earth-807128)|Madrox Gang]],{{r|Old Man Hawkeye Vol 1 1}} using his powers to create an army of replicants and hunt down [[Clinton Barton (Earth-807128)|Hawkeye]].{{r|Old Man Hawkeye Vol 1 2|5}} When the army was defeated, Venom pursued Hawkeye to the [[Savage Land]], where he was eaten by a ''[[Tyrannosaurus rex]]''.{{r|Old Man Hawkeye Vol 1 6}}
   
The symbiote bonded to the ''T. rex'' and later followed [[James Howlett (Earth-807128)|Logan]] and Hawkeye through the [[Black Hills (South Dakota)|Black Hills]] of [[South Dakota]]. It attacked them, only to be seemingly killed by one word from [[Blackagar Boltagon (Earth-807128)|Black Bolt]], "Stop."{{r|Wolverine Vol 3 69|71}} However, it survived and was at some point captured by [[Tony Masters (Earth-807128)|Taskmaster]], who used it and a mind-controlled [[Fin Fang Foom (Earth-807128)|Fin Fang Foom]] as a means of executing his enemies. [[Ashley Barton (Earth-807128)|Spider-Woman]] deposed Taskmaster with the help of the [[Guardians of the Galaxy]], and fed him to the Venomized ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' as punishment for trying to kill her.{{r|Old Man Quill Vol 1 4}}
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The symbiote bonded to the ''T-Rex'' and later followed [[James Howlett (Earth-807128)|Logan]] and Hawkeye through the [[Black Hills (South Dakota)|Black Hills]] of [[South Dakota]]. It attacked them, only to be seemingly killed by one word from [[Blackagar Boltagon (Earth-807128)|Black Bolt]], "Stop."{{r|Wolverine Vol 3 69|71}} However, it survived and was at some point captured by [[Tony Masters (Earth-807128)|Taskmaster]], who used it and a mind-controlled [[Fin Fang Foom (Earth-807128)|Fin Fang Foom]] as a means of executing his enemies. [[Ashley Barton (Earth-807128)|Spider-Woman]] deposed Taskmaster with the help of the [[Guardians of the Galaxy]], and fed him to the Venomized ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' as punishment for trying to kill her.{{r|Old Man Quill Vol 1 4}}
   
 
| Powers = Seemingly [[Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616)#Powers|those]] of the [[Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616)|Venom Symbiote]] of [[Earth-616]].
 
| Powers = Seemingly [[Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616)#Powers|those]] of the [[Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616)|Venom Symbiote]] of [[Earth-616]].

Revision as of 14:41, 15 December 2019

History

The Venom symbiote's history presumably mirrors that of its Prime Universe counterpart at least up until it was brought to Earth by Spider-Man.

File:Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-807128) and Madrox Gang (Earth-807128).png

Venom Symbiote bonded to a member of the Madrox Gang.

Left without a host, the symbiote disguised itself as a pool of water and bonded with a surviving member of the Madrox Gang,[1] using his powers to create an army of replicants and hunt down Hawkeye.[2] When the army was defeated, Venom pursued Hawkeye to the Savage Land, where he was eaten by a Tyrannosaurus rex.[3]

The symbiote bonded to the T-Rex and later followed Logan and Hawkeye through the Black Hills of South Dakota. It attacked them, only to be seemingly killed by one word from Black Bolt, "Stop."[4] However, it survived and was at some point captured by Taskmaster, who used it and a mind-controlled Fin Fang Foom as a means of executing his enemies. Spider-Woman deposed Taskmaster with the help of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and fed him to the Venomized Tyrannosaurus rex as punishment for trying to kill her.[5]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Seemingly those of the Venom Symbiote of Earth-616.

Weaknesses

Seemingly those of the Venom Symbiote of Earth-616.

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

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