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A mysterious super villain has weaponized Antarctic. Vibranium to sell to dictators, madmen and terrorists across the globe. To stop this WMD, the US military unleashes the enhanced black ops agent Venom! First stop on his hunt: The Savage Land! But who’s hunting who? Venom soon discovers that death stalks these jungles; Kraven the Hunter stalks these jungles! Rick Remender (UNCANNY X-FORCE, PUNISHER) and Tony Moore (PUNISHER, The Walking Dead) give you ringside seats to the grittiest, down-and-dirtiest brawl of the year! Venom vs. Kraven the Hunter!

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The Mad Hunter 0

Recommended!At first I thought the Kraven bit was a huge distraction. But I guess that is what you get when you enter the Savage Land looking for Antarctic Vibranium - sidetracked (Thor found himself in a similar situation in Thor: Deviants Saga #4).Anyway, though it seemed like it dragged on for a while, the interaction with Kraven made sense by the end of the issue. It would actually be the root cause for much of Flash's personal struggles in the series to come. Whether this was the true inten...

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The Hunter Stalks the Symbiote! 0

This issue picks up in mid-action as Flash is stalked by Kraven The Hunter. His original mission to destroy a mine is side-tracked as Kraven stalks him relentlessly, thinking that he's the real Spider-Man. Kraven wants to be killed at the hands of his most powerful prey, and as long as Flash AKA Venom sports a spider on his chest, he's a moving target. He'll have to use his combined military training and the symbiote if he hopes to evade Kraven and finish his mission.I was a little put off that ...

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