Fan Art recreates the Venom 2 posters in the style of the 90s Spider-Man animated series

The ’90s Spider-Man animated series was a lot of people’s introduction to Venom, and that classic look still stands to this day.

Venom Let There Be Carnage Poster

Venom: let there be carnage took over the box office in North America on its opening weekend. This feat is not surprising given the character’s popularity, much of which comes from the ’90s. Spider Man animated series that is recreated in these fantastic fan made posters.

This fleeting portrayal of Spider-Man saw Venom play out two facets of its classic comic book history, one where the Dark Symbiote takes over Peter Parker before hanging on to Eddie Brock, and one later where the two join forces to get together. beat Carnage and a few enemies of Doctor Strange. Suffice to say that Venom and Carnage look just as hungry in their comeback form.

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The artist in question is The Supreme (@ spidey.supreme), whose account, as the name suggests, is all about everything Peter Parker is about, which means a lot of content is on the rise right now due to Let there be carnage‘s release and Spider-Man: No Path Home Art wise, the Carnaged Venom looks just as spectacular as it was then, only now enjoying a pristine resolution that really lets the purple undertones used in the series pop.

The Supreme claims he finished the drawing using only Autodesk Sketchbook and his fingers instead of a stylus, which makes the effort even more commendable. Both posters also help highlight how characters like Venom and Carnage benefit from the added realism of modern CGI, especially since the two-sided close-up version turns out to be much better in its cinematic form.

The popularity of Venom is probably at an all time high right now, as the character is set to play a big role in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 on the PS5, possibly introducing new versions of the anti-hero. Even if, Venom: let there be carnageReviews of are mixed at best so far, the film seems to keep the same silliness and tone that made the first such a huge commercial success, a path its sequel seeks to emulate.

Of course, most of the buzz currently involving Tom Hardy Venom centers around a post-credits scene that promises to have shattering consequences for Spidey-Verse as Sony’s Spider-Man universe becomes more entangled with the MCU. Overall, there’s probably no better time to watch how this crossover plays out in the Spider-Man: The Animated Series on Disney Plus.

Venom: let there be carnage is currently available in theaters only.

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