Wierd huh? But anyway to the issue at hand. Ok, let's say Venom and 99 see each other. Venom can make shields with the suit, and while 99 is slashing away, Venom can grab his leg and slam him around over and over. Right when the suit touches him, it can cover him, and slam him around, increasing pressure until his bones are broken.
okay one 99 can make shields with webs and if the symbiote grabs him he slash that piece off and here a list of 99 powers from wikipedia:Spider-Man 2099's hybrid human/spider physiology gives him a wide array of powers. He has the proportionate strength, speed and agility of a spider, which allows him to lift many times his own body weight, perform complicated acrobatic and gymnastic maneuvers that would be impossible for even the most highly-trained athlete, and jump great distances. His durability was also increased to a point where in an issue he suffered a punctured lung, broken ribs, major abrasions and bruises, and made it to a hospital in time where a doctor told him he has amazing constitution for him to be alive. He also notably heals faster than a normal human, but does not have a healing factor (he would not have needed a doctor if he did). Notably absent from his suite of powers is a "Spider-Sense", probably due to the fact that it would no doubt be far more difficult to produce via genetic manipulation. Despite this fact, Spider-Man 2099 seems nearly as flexible, acrobatic, and evasive as his namesake. Though he claims to not have been in a fight since he was a child, Miguel quickly develops an effective fighting style that capitalizes on his unique abilities as well as his genius-level intelligence (while the exact levels of his abilities are less discussed and well-known than those of the contemporary Spider-Man, it has been generally assumed that Miguel is physically on par with his predecessor at the time of the original series - who was quoted at the time as having reflexes 40 times above normal, the strength to lift at least 10 tons, and the ability to leap the width of a city block or almost 5 stories (60 feet) straight up. The fact that the "Spider Program" that produced Miguel's powers was designed to mimic the original Spider-Man's capabilities would seem to be inconclusive proof of these figures).
Spinnerets in his forearms enable him to fire organic spider-webbing from the top of his wrists, usable in a wide variety of ways. Like his predecessor, Spider-Man 2099 can travel at high speeds swinging on "weblines" when necessary, and he can use his webbing to ensnare enemies. Retractable talons in his fingertips and toes enable him to climb walls or cut enemies. Though they are rather short (approximately an inch long), they are extremely sharp, and seem strong enough to resist breakage despite his enhanced strength - Miguel has shown capable of rending metal armour on numerous occasions. These talons acted instinctively at first, and it took practice to retract them properly (making short work of his bedsheets while sleeping).
He possesses venom glands and slightly enlarged, pointed canines (which are not entirely dissimilar to a vampire), which allows him to paralyze his foes should he choose to bite them. While the exact makeup of his venom has never been discussed, it seems powerful enough to affect such foes as Thanatos - and it differs from real spider venom in that it does not seem to act as a digestive agent in addition to its paralytic properties. Compensating for his lack of a "Spider-Sense", his hearing exceeds the acuity of a normal human, as does his vision - he can see extremely well over both long distances ("telescopic" vision) and in low-light conditions. In addition to the generally enhanced properties of his vision, the flicker-fusion rate of his retinas is reduced to such an extent that he can easily perceive fast-moving objects that would appear to others as a blur. A side effect of his visual enhancements are the color of his eyes - they are generally drawn as having red irises, making sunglasses a regular part of Miguel's wardrobe. When trying to perform "damage control" with his girlfriend early on in the original series, Miguel told Dana that as a result of breaking his genetically-coded Rapture addiction, his eyes were now more sensitive to light and that his jaw hurt (allowing him to more easily hide his red eyes and pointed teeth).
His web cape, which he obtained from a Thorite (Worshiper of Thor), is made from the Lyte Byte material commonly used in the manufacturing of hang-gliders, and acts as an air foil, allowing him to glide on air currents for a short period of time, as well as slow his rate of descent and control his direction in freefall. Coupled with his superhuman strength and agility, the Lite-Byte cloth allows him near-immunity to damage from falls - on numerous occasions, he has leapt from the top of tall buildings with no apparent ill effects upon landing.
You can't dodge what you don't pay attention to. I'll give you another story.
99 sees Venom, Venom sees him. They charge at eachother, and 99 jumps over Venom,Venom webs him up, brings him down, breaks him in half. No more 2099
I think in a straight fight, Venom would probably win. They're about matched in terms of strength and speed. The 2099 claws would hurt Venom, but not seriously. The symbiote would heal Venom if he was poisoned. In all likelyhood though, Spidey would win just as his namesake would. Outsmarting him. Especially if he has homefield advantage.
Exactly. Spidey is stronger and faster than 99. Venom will annhilate 99 that's it. Point blank. Venom's not that smart, but he's not that stupid either. And on occation, Venom has been shown to fight even if he was weakend.
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