Carnage: Family Feud

Carnage Family Feud Carnage is back The fan favorite villain returns to rock the Marvel Universe with the Amazing Spider Man and the Invincible Iron Man first on his hit list But just why and how has Carnage returned a

  • Title: Carnage: Family Feud
  • Author: Zeb Wells Clayton Crain Clayton Cowles
  • ISBN: 9780785151128
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Carnage: Family Feud

    Carnage is back The fan favorite villain returns to rock the Marvel Universe, with the Amazing Spider Man and the Invincible Iron Man first on his hit list But just why and how has Carnage returned, and how many of Marvel s heroes will it take to stop him Superstar creators Zeb Wells Amazing Spider Man, New Mutants and Clayton Crain Ghost Rider, X Force team up fCarnage is back The fan favorite villain returns to rock the Marvel Universe, with the Amazing Spider Man and the Invincible Iron Man first on his hit list But just why and how has Carnage returned, and how many of Marvel s heroes will it take to stop him Superstar creators Zeb Wells Amazing Spider Man, New Mutants and Clayton Crain Ghost Rider, X Force team up for the Spider Man epic that ll leave jaws on the floor Literally Collecting Carnage 1 5

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    1. Sam Quixote

      Having enjoyed Zeb Wells and Clayton Crain’s Carnage USA, I hoped their other Carnage book might also rock - and it didn’t. Carnage is a meandering, weak story ostensibly about just putting Cletus Kasady and the Carnage symbiote back together again. Shakily built around that is some crap about an evil CEO who has illegally and immorally used the Carnage DNA to make next-gen prosthetics that Spider-Man and Iron Man get tangled up into fighting. The characters are bland and unremarkable: there [...]

    2. Mike

      Good writing + great art can sometimes = pathos (or a reasonable shadow thereof). This is fun, smart, modern writing and beautiful, big, slick-looking art. Especially in the fight scenes, where the pages are big, massive, border-crossing splashes - its a treat to read a comic where you can almost feel and hear the thundering hits. A stylish book with some great emotional moments, from the doctor who just wants to help, to the broken villainess who can't decide who she is, to the poor sap henchme [...]

    3. 47Time

      This comic looks amazingly visceral. The level of violence here is impressive and is the thing that stands out the most. One of Spider-Man's greatest enemies, if not THE greatest, returns to take revenge on the guy who thought he can use the symbiote as a source of technology to be used in prosthetic limbs and armor. He is going to be defeated by an unlikely character, since the good guys are pretty much out of their league. The pace of the story is beautiful, building up to a battle that is as [...]

    4. Ithlilian

      How can you go through the comic section of the bookstore, see this cover, and not want to read it? I'm not a huge Spiderman fan (well, I wasn't, but I'm becoming more of one the more I learn about the universe) and have very little idea of what is going on other than Carnage is a symbiote that joined with Cletus Clay to go around and be generally evil. The jacket mentions who the important characters are in this go round and I didn't feel lost at all with my little background information.This s [...]

    5. Shelley

      I'm not a comic book connisour but when I saw the artwork in this book, I had to read it. It turned out to be a good gamble because I loved the story as well! Dark, funny, and surprising!

    6. Jon Klosterman

      This is a great read not only was this the return of carnage after being ripped in half by the sentry and than thrown into orbit in the new avengers but he somehow survived it ( I know right? That's comic book logic for you ) carnage family feud is a great read all the same witness the return of the sadistic Cletus kasady and let the murdering begin

    7. Nathan

      Carnage is a frightening villain, Cletus Kasady is a sociopath who is bonded with an alien symbiote that drains the life force out of its victims. Often regarded as one of the best of Spider-man's villains next to the Green Goblin, it seemed natural to create a miniseries about his return to the Marvel Universe. SPOILER ALERT!The first two issues were fairly good reads (pun not intended)but the story in the final issues degenerated into something out of a Michael Bay film.Zeb Wells understands S [...]

    8. Sean

      Carnage is a character I've always been very interested in. I think, with the right writing and artwork, he could be one the high-echelon super-villains in the Marvel Universe. Family Feud seems like an attempt towards that end.The artwork is gorgeous. It is truly some of the most beautiful work I've seen in comic/graphic novel form. I'm going to look for artist Clayton Crain's work in other books because of his effort here. The dark palette and gritty realism really go hand-in-hand with the sto [...]

    9. Rob Pettinato

      I just finished reading this story again for the first time since the mini-series came out. I recall very much enjoying this Carnage mini a few years back and this storyline still holds up. Zeb Wells has always been pretty on point when it comes to writing Spider-Man and his foes, really driving home the tone of Peter Parker and all who surround him, and Wells doesn't disappoint here. He even brings Iron Man along for he ride, too. Spidey and Iron Man both have a vested interest in the issues at [...]

    10. Ian Williamson

      I was a little apprehensive about this book, yet another from a box I'd purchased from eBay brimming with graphic novels. I'd never really read anything involving carnage and the character doesn't have the same appeal as venom. But I was pleasantly surprised by this mini series. Zeb Wells had crafted a really well worked story which expanded the carnage mythos and in Tanis Neives a very well rounded new character. The tone is dark but with Spider-Man and Iron Man there is still a lighter side wi [...]

    11. Murray

      A weak start, but I managed to get into the story by the end of the second issue. I think a lot of my problem stemmed from not being familiar with the lore behind Carnage/Shriek, and this assumes an amount of pre-existing knowledge. Worth keeping in mind if you're looking at this comic as an introduction to Carnage, as I was.The meat of the story was engaging, and Carnage proves to be an interesting creature. The plot reveals itself at a good pace, and there were some 'ah-ha!' moments to be enjo [...]

    12. James DeSantis

      Another 3 star for a Carnage story. Who knew Carnage had decent stories? NOT ME. I believe in the end Carnage USA was better (even though I should have read this first) but this still remained interesting throughout. Same Artist and Writer, same feel to USA, and same batshit story. So Carnage is dead, but he's being reborn, and Spider-man and Iron-man have to handle this shit before it gets out of control. The big twist isyou guessed it, someone's return. Then Spider-man and Iron-man team up to [...]

    13. Mike

      Good writing + great art can sometimes = pathos (or a reasonable shadow thereof). This is fun, smart, modern writing and beautiful, big, slick-looking art. Especially in the fight scenes, where the pages are big, massive, border-crossing splashes - its a treat to read a comic where you can almost feel and hear the thundering hits. A stylish book with some great emotional moments, from the doctor who just wants to help, to the broken villainess who can't decide who she is, to the poor sap henchme [...]

    14. Frank

      Zeb Wells knows how to write Spiderman so every likes him. He writes him funny, witty, and actually a person. yet this book is about Carnage and Zeb Wells does one of the best renditions of the character here. He makes him frightening and able to wreck some real havoc. I love all of Carnages sidekicks, it just adds to the chaos. Good news is, this is not just spiderman in this volume, Iron Man teams up with him to take down Carnage. It adds to the action of this book and makes it a really enjoya [...]

    15. Kieran Larwood

      This book deserves five stars for the artwork alone. The detail is amazing, from the textures of Spidey's costume to his super-fine webs (the first time they've actually looked like proper spider webbing). The story is great too. Much darker than the usual Spidey fare, and with some nice cynicism against faceless corporations. ("Those aren't code names- they're something a marketing team would pick out!") Recommended.

    16. Adam

      Another great addition to the Marvel Universe by the team that brought us Venom vs. Carnage and Toxin. The return of Carnage and his spawns wreak havoc for everyone involved as usual. Clayton Crains artwork is always some of my favourite, and really captures the visceral and inhuman aspects to the plot in a unique and original way.

    17. Silas

      For a back from the dead story, this was pretty good. I missed the issues that preceded this, but it did a good job of getting me back up to speed on things. I recall Maximum Carnage from my younger days, but haven't kept up with the character since. This did a good job of making the scenario plausible, and introducing a new character, as well. I'm interested to see where it goes from here.

    18. Spencer Richard

      This one surprised me! The artwork was fantastic. There were times that I just basked in the glory of its images, looking closely and pleasurably at the very fine detail. I haven't read many graphic novels but I feel like this one, being full of such great art, really heightened the experience. The story was not bad either. I wouldn't call it a masterpiece or anything, but I really liked it.

    19. Rigoberto

      Pretty good story. The plot was impressive, in which we see the return of the Carnage symbiote, at first being used to synthesis artificial limbs. It of course goes wrong, and we see the return of Doppelganger and Shriek in this story. The art was amazing, I love the work of Crain. This book is a must-read for fans of the alien symbiote, with the right amount of dark tone and funny in it.

    20. Nate

      No es el primer comic que leo de Spiderman, aunque los dos que leí con anterioridad eran cortos o solo algún inicio, no fueron gran impacto para mi. Sin embargo este me encantó. Ahora continuaré con la cronología, son varios comics que siempre he querido leer, y el universo de spiderman es uno de ellos.

    21. Paul

      I have a thing for artificial limbs. I don't know why, we all have our things, but it made me give this an extra star. I like Spider-Man, but I feel this should have been longer as it felt like a rather important story.

    22. Shane

      This was really freaking good. The art was great. Carnage is a great villain. The story was cool, really dark and at times funny. Loved the Iron Rangers. Do yourself a favor and don't read the back blurb because it gives way too much away.

    23. Benjamin

      A great Carnage/symbiote story, but a little slow at times and doesn't contain the large number of hard-hitting characters like other special issues. But a mean Carnage story that introduces some new characters. A must-read before Carnage USA.

    24. B

      A psuedo-sequel to Maximum Carnage. I liked it on those terms. The ending is . . . well, it's been done before. Too many times. Recently.Still Marvel knows a moneymaking character design . . . .

    25. Ian

      Story-wise, there was a lot of filler, but many of the moving pieces paid off inventively. Tonally, it never really figured itself out. The art was sleek, but at the cost of coherence.

    26. Rocky Sunico

      Nice art but not much story. It just seems to be a setup to revive the old Maximum Carnage storyline given they tried to reunite Carnage, Shriek and Doppel-Spidey

    27. Christine

      I really liked this despite knowing little about Carnage and his sidekicks. The plot moved well and the art was great, which is always a plus.

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