The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Flash Thompson

In this preview for Venom #11, the fugitive Flash decides his only hope is to team up with his archenemy.  That'll end well.

Andy Hunsakerby Andy Hunsaker

Venom #11

Eugene Thompson is scarcely a "Flash" anymore.  He bullied Spider-Man in high school and he became an alcoholic when he grew up.  He's a military man, but he's volunteered to constantly be inhabited by a parasitic alien symbiote what likes to turn into a giant slobber monster from time to time.  He's also lied to his country about a supervillain having leverage over him, and by the time Venom #11 rolls around next month, he'll be on the run from the law and forced to team up with his sick and twisted archenemy, the Jack O'Lantern.  That's a quick turnaround from fighting alongside Captain America in Spider Island.

Really, Jack O'Lantern should never be in street clothes.  It's somehow even creepier than the flaming pumpkin helmet.

Check out this preview art from Rick Remender's Venom #11 by Lan Medina, with a cover by Tony Moore.

 

Venom #11

 

Venom #11

 

Venom #11