The symbiote discovers Eddie Brock, a reporter who blames Spider-Man for debunking his prize story, the Sin-Eater case, humiliating Brock and ruining his sky-rocketing career. The symbiote bonds with Brock, attracted by his intense hatred of Spider-Man, and imparts to him the knowledge of Spider-Man’s secret identity, increasing his ire. Together, Brock and the symbiote name themselves “Venom” and torment Spider-Man.
She was Eddie Brock’s ex-wife, a successful lawyer. She assisted Spider-Man by sharing some of Eddie’s history with him. Later, she followed Spider-Man to the amusement park where Venom had Peter’s (fake) parents. She confronted her insane ex-husband, and managed to convince Eddie to give up his vendetta. Later, Sin-Eater II shot Ann, who became She-Venom when the symbiote temporarily bonded with her to save her life. She-Venom then lashed out against the men who had hurt her with such violence that Eddie became afraid of her (and for her) and compelled the symbiote back to him.
Ann retched upon seeing the pile of bodies she had left behind. She screamed, “That thing made me do that!” Eddie replied, “It can’t make you do anything you don’t really want to do.”
Eddie lends Ann his symbioteLater the police incarcerated Ann on a false charge (unrelated to Ann’s rampage above) in order to trap Venom. Ann used her one phone call to warn Eddie and promise him not to come. He promised that Eddie wouldn’t and sent his other (the symbiote) through the phonelines to her.
After it bonded with her she was able to break herself out of prison.
Official production splash page.
Signed by the penciler Joe St. Pierre.
11 inches wide by 17 inches high.
Exactly as show in photos.
EXACTLY AS SHOWN IN PHOTOS.