venom being seperated

#1 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

when venom was with eddie brock he always ended up being seperated i don't get it i thought once the symbiote was complety attach to if it goes you go

#2 Posted by Boken (7757 posts) - - Show Bio

no not nessisarily. eddie brock alwas was bobarded with sonic or whatever. the sybitoe needed to escape. when it completely bond with someone they'll never feel whole again untill they have it back.

#3 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

Boken says:

"no not nessisarily. eddie brock alwas was bobarded with sonic or whatever. the sybitoe needed to escape. when it completely bond with someone they'll never feel whole again untill they have it back."
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#4 Posted by Boken (7757 posts) - - Show Bio

what. i don't understasn your post.

#5 Posted by Boken (7757 posts) - - Show Bio

what. i don't understasn your post.

#6 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

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#7 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

yea but when spiderman first meet brock he use the sonic gun on him and the symbiote wouldn't leave brock which means the symbiote was fully bonded with him and even spiderman said it

#8 Posted by Buckshot (18925 posts) - - Show Bio

The bond is not a permanent physical one. Their bodies can be separated, but they're always linked mentally or emotionally. That's why the suit always returned to Brock, why they could feel each others emotions and thoughts (even when not together), and other stuff like that. It's a symbiotic relationship and they both need each other to feel normal.

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#9 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

Buckshot says:

"The bond is not a permanent physical one. Their bodies can be separated, but they're always linked mentally or emotionally. That's why the suit always returned to Brock, why they could feel each others emotions and thoughts (even when not together), and other stuff like that. It's a symbiotic relationship and they both need each other to feel normal. "

o oka another question you know how carnage when his symbiote is gone all he has to do is cut his skin and then there is a new symbiote why can't venom do that

#10 Posted by Buckshot (18925 posts) - - Show Bio

Carnage (or a copy of him) lives in Kletus' blood or DNA when he's not actually out killing people. Venom (until recently) was always outside of his host's body.

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#11 Posted by The Mighty Thor (7469 posts) - - Show Bio

Buckshot says:

"Carnage (or a copy of him) lives in Kletus' blood or DNA when he's not actually out killing people. Venom (until recently) was always outside of his host's body."

o okay thanks

#12 Posted by Eternal Chaos (22990 posts) - - Show Bio

I agree with everything stated here.

#13 Posted by Symbiocide (77 posts) - - Show Bio

The Mighty Thor says:

"when venom was with eddie brock he always ended up being seperated i don't get it i thought once the symbiote was complety attach to if it goes you go"

The Mighty Thor says:

"yea but when spiderman first meet brock he use the sonic gun on him and the symbiote wouldn't leave brock which means the symbiote was fully bonded with him and even spiderman said it"

This is because of inconsistant writing. Marvel writers never stay on track with Venom, Carnage, or any symbiote-based character. Originally, the symbiote and Eddie were written as being one being, where the two could not be separated at all. Later, this was tweaked a little, where it was possible for the two to be separated, but the truama of the separation would be so intense and painful to both Eddie and the alien, even possibly killing Eddie outright.

As different writers took on Venom, many aspects kept on changing (usually for the worse). In many comics, whenever the symbiote was separated from Eddie, either willingly or by force, it would prove painful and near-fatal to the two (like I said early), or the two just plain couldn't be separated at all (the symbiote would unravel, but never separate from him); and in just as many other comics, Eddie and the symbiote could very easily separate with no problem (read "Sinner Takes All", "Along Came A Spider", and especially "The Hunger" arc from "Spectacular Spider-Man vol.2 1-5).

Soooo...in the end, it was inconsistant writing that was why one minute, Eddie & the symbiote were permenantly bound to each other, then the next minute they could separate, but with great difficulty, then another minute, they could split extremely easily. One of many aspects about Venom that was never kept straight.

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