Issue(s): Spider-Man #37
Actually, the good guys mostly deal with Shriek's mob (the stillness of God, Danny?)...
And the bad guys fight amongst themselves.
Carnage kills the Spider-Man Doppelganger.
Meanwhile, Peter Parker's father proves himself to be a raging asshole.
Also kind of an ass is Captain America. Luckily Deathlok is sufficiently sycophantic to avoid a big argument.
I'm pretty sure that the panel below is the first time that Carrion talks.
I mentioned earlier that it was a little weird that Marvel bothered to give Carnage a troubled childhood. We get the same thing with Shriek.
The big news of the issue is that Dagger isn't really dead.
Quality Rating: D
Chronological Placement Considerations: This is part twelve of Maximum Carnage. Part thirteen is in Spectacular Spider-Man #203.
Crossover: Maximum Carnage
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Inbound References (2): showAunt May, Captain America, Carnage Symbiote, Carrion II, Cletus Kasady (Carnage), Cloak, Dagger, Deathlok (Michael Collins), Demogoblin, Doppelganger, Eddie Brock (Venom), Firestar, Iron Fist, Liz Allan, Mary Jane Watson, Mary Parker Duplicate, Normie Osborn, Richard Parker Duplicate, Shriek, Spider-Man, Venom Symbiote
I never pictured Iron Fist as a theist, but I guess J.M. DeMatteis does. It is said that he follows Meher Baba's doctrine, which is roughly described as a heavily theistic form of Hinduism.
DeMatteis is often criticized for being a bit too much of a preacher in his stories.
Posted by: Luis Dantas | October 26, 2016 8:30 PM
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