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MINIMUM CARNAGE OMEGA by G-Man

The final part of Cullen Bunn & Chris Yost’s Venom/Carnage/Scarlet Spider crossover event has built up to this one-shot but how would things play out and what would the body count be 😀

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VENOM #27 by G-Man

The penultimate issue of Minimum Carnage picks up the chaos started with the fourth part in Scarlet Spider #11 and Cullen Bunn ramps things up.

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SCARLET SPIDER #11 by G-Man

The Minimum Carnage crossover continues and after things leading up to a face-off in Part 3 (Reviewed here) we’re firmly into the battle between Scarlet Spider and Carnage himself.

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VENOM #26 by G-Man

Part three of Minimum Carnage sees our three main characters, Venom, Scarlet Spider & Carnage continue their journey’s in the microverse they’ve passed into.

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SCARLET SPIDER #10 by G-Man

This issue sees part two of the Venom/Scarlet Spider crossover take hold and we pick up where we left off in the one-shot opener Minimum Carnage: Alpha.

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MINIMUM CARNAGE: ALPHA by G-Man

A new crossover event from writers Cullen Bunn (interviewed here) and Chris Yost kicks off with this one-shot and Carnage, Venom & the Scarlet Spider are thrown into the mix.

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COMICS ANONYMOUS TALKS TO CULLEN BUNN by G-Man
September 17, 2012, 12:52 pm
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: , , , , , ,

With recent Marvel release ‘Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe’ heading into a 2nd print following it’s success (reviewed here – #1, #2, #3 & #4), Venom hitting a crossover event, Captain America involvement and his own creator-owned series on the go – it’s no wonder that Cullen Bunn seems to be a common name to hear in the comic book world of 2012.  So the Comics Anonymous gang thought we’d fire some questions his way…..and here’s what he had to say…..

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SPIDER ISLAND, THE AVENGERS: ONE-SHOT by Linsay @softlyspokenlas
September 14, 2011, 2:25 pm
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: , , , , , ,

I know what you’re thinking; ‘Does this girl have no fear? Reviewing not one, but two Marvel titles she knows nothing about’! And yes, you may be right. Truth is, in the midst of the DC Reboot I’m enjoying reading something that I have no expectations for. So far, these comic related gambles have paid off. This one in particular, at least if you consider payment in giggles and chuckles to be sufficient reward.

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