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By Dan Slott Christos Gage Humberto Ramos Javier Rodriguez | Comments: ( 829 ) | Date: ( Feb 23, 2020 )

Venom is back in town Will his first run in with the Superior Spider Man be a friendly one, or will he sense something perilous about Peter Parker s presence And as Otto Octavius takes another big step in his life as Peter Parker, could a big part of Flash Thompson s life be coming to a close Will he be Venom no As Cardiac returns, MJ faces her fears, and a new GoVenom is back in town Will his first run in with the Superior Spider Man be a friendly one, or will he sense something perilous about Peter Parker s presence And as Otto Octavius takes another big step in his life as Peter Parker, could a big part of Flash Thompson s life be coming to a close Will he be Venom no As Cardiac returns, MJ faces her fears, and a new Goblin is born, the one question everyone will be asking is, Who is the Superior Venom And after half a century, don t miss one of the most cringe worthy moments in all of Spidey history Guest starring the Avengers Plus Blackout wants to re establish his reputation by killing the Superior Spider Man and to do so, he targets Aunt May COLLECTING SUPERIOR SPIDER MAN 22 26, ANNUAL 1

  • Title: The Superior Spider-Man, Vol. 5: The Superior Venom
  • Author: Dan Slott Christos Gage Humberto Ramos Javier Rodriguez
  • ISBN: 9780785187967
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback

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  • Alejandro

    Not 100% superior, but still amazing reading!This TPB edition collects issues #22-26 + Annual #1 from the title of “Superior Spider-Man”.Creative Team:Writers: Dan Slott & Christos GageIllustrators: Humberto Ramos, Javier Rodríguez & Marcos MartinSUPER-HERO 2.0Everything is going exactly exactly according to plan.Dr. Otto Octavious’ mind is still in control of the body of Peter Parker, therefore he is the Superior Spider-Man! However he doesn’t only got Peter’s powers but also [...]

  • Anne

    Say hello to your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Venom!So, as many of you already know, Venom is actually Flash Thompson, one of (the real) Peter Parker's best friends, and war vet who lost his legs in combat. He's been working with S.H.I.E.L.D. as an agent and is in control of the Venom-symbiote, which allows him to have his legs back during his time as Agent Venom. Of course, since Otto purged Parker's memories, he has no idea who Flash is, or that he's a friend. He only knows the old Venom. [...]

  • Dan Schwent

    22 - Agent Venom takes on the Crimemaster and Spidey wants them both! Parker Industries is up and running! Not a lot actually happened in this other than my one line summary. Spider-Otto reminds me of Darth Vader at times. While I'm enjoying the Superior Spider-Man quite a bit, I'll be glad when Petey eventually takes back control.23 - Venom escapes and Spidey is furious! Meanwhile, J. Jonah Jameson goes to Alchemax for help to get a certain Spider-monkey off his back and Aunt May finally meets [...]

  • Jeff

    Dr. Octopus is still inhabiting the body of Peter Parker and still making superior tweaks to the Spider-Man business, but that doesn’t detract from the fact that he’s also an unbalanced “superior” (read: smug, insufferable) jerk.“Hey, Ock, eating five plates of Aunt May’s wheatcakes won’t erase the fact that you’ve been an ass to practically everyone. I hope the wheatcakes give you the squirts while you’re swinging around New York.”This volume: Venom, now a crime stopper (and [...]

  • Mike

    Blast you Gage, you insufferable buffoon! Which incompetent fool thought you could even hold the incomparable Slott's pen for him, let alone co-script any of this run alongside that incomparable genius, that master of the divine scripted word?I see that if I want anything done right, I'll have to send one of my minions to have you dispatched to a place where your disastrous intellect can do no further harm to this world. Perhaps your kind can be tolerated among the Muppet Babies?No one should be [...]

  • Sam Quixote

    If you haven’t been keeping up with the Spidey news, Peter Parker’s coming back after being “dead” for a year and a half which ISN’T a spoiler because a) superhero comics and b) duh (and if you’re reading this in the future, this isn’t news at all – in fact, they’ve probably killed him off again and put Pastepot Pete in Spidey’s body – The Pasty Spider-Man!). What the news underlines is something I’ve noticed about this series which is the episodic nature of Superior Spid [...]

  • Jesse A

    This series was once so promising but it's really gone off the rails. Super disappointing. 2.5 stars.

  • Sesana

    For me, this was the least successful of the Superior Spider-Man books. Don't get me wrong, I still think that Slott is doing a great job on this book. This just kind of felt like filler. If I cared about Venom more, I probably would have been much more invested. But I don't, not really. In fact, I've cared so little about Venom that I didn't even know that Flash Thompson is now hosting the symbiote. (I actually think that's an interesting idea, and maybe I'll look up when and where it happened. [...]

  • Lono

    The Superior Spider-Man, Vol. 5: The Superior Venomby Dan Slott, Christos Gage, Humberto Ramos (Illustrator), Javier Rodriguez (Illustrator)My Review: 4 out of 5 starsRamos’s art in this volume was so DAMN good I’ve gotta start there. Humberto OWN’S Spider-man. His illustrations are the only reason I liked this collection a little more than the last one. (The Superior Spider-Man, Vol.4 Necessary Evil ). He just keeps getting better on this title. I’ve picked up Spidey stuff in the past b [...]

  • Gavin

    Venom! What would a Spider-Man be without a run in with an alien symbiote?This is the Flash Thompson version of Venom (my favourite I think). Check out Rick Remender's great work on that title: Venom, Vol. 1Here, Spidey gets a little too full of himself, and in trying to help Flash walk by repairing his legs, accidentally frees the Venom symbiote, which of course, takes over Otto.This plot has moments where it meanders, but I think that's more to Christos Gage than to Slott.The really important [...]

  • Chris

    An excellent Annual and a strong build towards the series finale narrowly prevents The Superior Venom from being a disappointment. It does fall slightly short of the standard set by the previous volumes, but overall it's still a solid read.It starts promisingly, with an Annual that's reminiscent of the quality of the first two books. Artist Javier Rodriguez joins the series, providing pencils and striking colours for the issue, with inks by Alvaro Lopez. Otto steps into full-on villain territory [...]

  • Callie Rose Tyler

    As much as I enjoy this Octavius story line it is time for it to come to a close. I think they have gotten all that they can out of the premise and it is time to move on and give Parker his body back. Still this comic continues to be entertaining and well produced. I highly enjoyed seeing SpideyOCK on symbiote and seeing practically nothing of Miguel O'Hara. However, I really could care less about the growing 'Goblin problem' so something tells me I might not enjoy the next volumeThe Superior Sp [...]

  • Peter Derk

    If you want to talk like a villain, I have some handy hints for you.1. Never call someone an "asshole."If you use a word like Asshole, you're missing an opportunity to use a far more villainous word. Dummies aren't dummies, they're imbeciles. Or dolts. Even if someone is really acting like an asshole, make sure to call them simpleton instead.2. Never call Robots "Robots".They are automatons. Or auto-men. Or your army of robo-centric humanoids. Never, ever robots.3. Never miss a chance to insult. [...]

  • Michael Church

    This was my favorite volume of the series by far. Partly because I'm a big Venom fan and was really excited to see Agent Venom in action for the first time. It was a nice tie in and made me really interested in reading the Venom standalone book. I also think it fit in a lot better than some other cameos. It was a little forced at first, and I think if appreciate the intro more if I was already following Venom's book, but it had a great payoff. I'm also a sucker for hero against hero stuff. While [...]

  • Anthony

    The penultimate arc to Dan Slott's Superior Spider-man story line, and the final filler arc before the long alluded Goblin Nation arc, which will see the return of Norman Osborn as the Green Goblin.Like the title suggests, this volume includes Venom and see's him confront Otto-Spider-man. Flighting follows suit and Ock gets the Venom symbiote for a while because that's what always happens in these symbiote storylines. The following is very spoiler-rific because we also learn what we've suspected [...]

  • Ronson Brown

    This graphic novel series was awful. Just plain bad. George R.R. Martin gets to a point quicker! The story arch that is Doc Octopus inside Peter Parker's body/ mind has been stretched out far too long. While I had very high hopes for this collection, following how much I enjoyed "The Avenging Spider Man", a predecessor to this, I couldn't believe how disappointing this was. The art work is fine but every other element falls short, massively. I'm not one to normally prattle on in a review but I f [...]

  • Zack! Empire

    So I'm not really a big fan of Venom, but I'm still giving this book four stars. Why? Because it's a great series. Dan Slott and co have me so invested in this story they could put almost anyone in to it and I bet I would like it. Saying that though I should point out that the stuff I liked most in this book was the non-Venom stuff. I like seeing Otto start his own company, showing him slip more and more as Spider-Man, and finally dealing with the problem of the Avengers. Plus, the Goblin War se [...]

  • Rob

    Peter Parker's personal life is a worthy centerpiece, and the police investigation into spiderman with Carlie is good enough to turn the pages. I really like Anna Maria Marconi and I buy in to how she can like Peter. I'm interested to see how this resolves. The rest, with venom and the avengers and all-not all that interesting. The writers did a nice job of making the symbiote itself a character, but then dropped that ball pretty quickly. It wasn't bad, it just wasn't "superior."

  • Alex Sarll

    There's a scene here which tries to suggest that Spider-Man is somehow out of control - because he's about to eviscerate someone for the crime of texting while driving. Nope, that is in fact an entirely sensible and proportionate response to a selfish and potentially lethal misdeed. Would that we had a few like him policing London's traffic.

  • Charles

    A Venom sidetrack for the plot, maybe to appease Venom fans? Still pretty consistent storywise, but the point of this title should be pushed more.

  • J.M. Giovine

    Continuing the story where the previous volume left it, now we get introduced, once again, to the symbiote, this time attached to Flash Thompson, a.k.a Agent Venom. Needless to say, things go out of control and now Superior Spider-man gets possessed by it, leaving Flash in an edge for his survival, and a Black Superior Spider-man totally on a rampage. Who's up for the challenge? Yup, the Avengers by themselves. This volume is all for the popcorn, specially considering Ramos draws most of the iss [...]

  • Austin

    Review of Superior Spider-Man Vol. 5Things are escalating so quickly in this series and I absolutely love it! Superior Venom was such a cool addition to the story and I love that the Avengers still continue to stay involved in the story . The Goblin War was pretty great too! Dan Slott sure knows how to write comicsm

  • Jason

    Really painful to read. Superior Spider-man was interesting when Doc Ock wanted to be a better Spider-man, but now it's falling apart and not making sense.I don't hate Agent Venom as much as Spider-man 2099, but between him, Wraith and Cardiac there aren't a lot of good secondary characters.

  • Rolando Marono

    The good:-Agent Venom.-The battles.-Venom vs the avengers.-The Green Goblin sub plot.The bad:-Superior venom was as brutal as doc ock, I think that it shold've been more brutal.-Many Deus Ex Machinas in this volume.-The goblin vs goblin, how is that Peter didn't find out of that battle?

  • BMK

    Not bad. A few interesting twists but not as good as previous ones.

  • Bill Buckley

    The Avengers, Green Goblin, etc make this one interesting too.

  • Matt

    Collects Superior Spider-Man issues #22-26 and Superior Spider-Man Annual #1This continues to be an entertaining read, and I’ve really enjoyed the journey, but Dan Slott is now planting the seeds for Peter’s inevitable return. The pieces are all in place for a final battle with a long-time Spider-Man villain, and (likely) the downfall of Otto Octavius. Superior Spider-Man continues to be a must-read for me, a long-time Spider-Man fan.Spoilers:-I really liked how Otto tried to use his exposur [...]

  • David Dueñas

    Otto Octavius, once DOCTOR OCTOPUS, is continuing is reign as the SUPEIOR Spider-Man after Peter Parker's death. He has been doing well himself though. He has his own company and a girl who loves him. On the other hand, Agent VENOM is back in town. The both have never met since Peter Parker's friend and Spider-Man's #1 fan Flash Thompson became the new, non villain, Anti-HERO, Venom. When Otto notices Venom, he sees an opportunity to steal the Venom symbiote for the great power it holds. Flash T [...]

  • Julian

    The early volumes of Superior Spider-Man tackled pressing and timely issues of justice and revenge while hinting at a larger narrative that examined the role of heroism (and villainy) in contemporary culture. Unfortunately Volume 5 continues the downward slope towards didacticism which leaked into a handful of the earlier stories. By introducing an area of greyness to Spider-man's universe Slott was getting to the core of what distinguishes Peter and Otto in a fundamental, human, way. Yet, in th [...]

  • M

    Dan Slott brings in the Venom symbiote in the latest volume of the Superior Spider-Man. With Otto opening Parker Industries, helping elminitae Aunt May's limp, and finding time to court Anna Maria, life is good for the Superior Peter Parker. The arrival of Agent Venom triggers a chain reaction that brings out the worst in the former megalomaniac, as the attempts to subdue Flash Thompson lead to the creation of the Superior Venom. Possessed by the symbiote, an enraged Spider-Man sets out to elimi [...]

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