In the Absolute Carnage tie-in issue Venom #19, the fight against Cletus Kasady sees the Sleeper symbiote adopt a new role and an adorable new form.
As Absolute Carnage ramps up his murderous plans for the Marvel Universe, a surprise character exhibits control over symbiotes.
The Immortal Hulk got a symbiotic power-up to fight the godly Carnage, but how much of a difference did it make in their showdown?
As Miles Morales' battle against Carnage's forces continues, a longtime Spider-Man character is bonded to the monstrous Carnage symbiote.
Absolute Carnage has the eponymous villain hunting everyone who has ever bonded to a symbiote...so why hasn't Spider-Gwen been targeted?
In Absolute Carnage #4, Eddie Brock bonds a symbiote that transforms him into a Venom/Avengers hybrid to take on the might of Cletus Kasady.
Without his Venom symbiote, Eddie Brock may have to resort to borrowing an Avenger's weapon in Absolute Carnage #4.
In Absolute Carnage: Miles Morales #3, the young superhero gains a signature element from Sony's hit animated film, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Spider-Man's evil clone from Infinity War should've died three times already. So why is he still alive?
Marvel Comics presents CBR with an exclusive preview of Absolute Carnage vs. Deadpool #3, by Frank Tieri, Marcelo Ferreira and Jack Jadson.
One of Miles Morales' abilities might be the weapon the heroes need to turn the tide against Carnage and his invading forces.
Marvel Comics presents CBR with an exclusive preview of Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1, which sees Captain America and Spider-Man teaming up.
Immortal Hulk #24 confirms the Devil Hulk will be be at the end of the Marvel Universe, where he'll encounter one of Marvel's strongest cosmic gods.
Absolute Carnage: The Immortal Hulk #1 digs up a piece of Venom history -- and what's uncovered makes for a fitting send-off to the worst host ever.
Marvel's Absolute Carnage: The Immortal Hulk #1 just offered a familiar but scary look at the Devil Hulk that plans to destroy the world.