When paraplegic Flash Thompson bonds with the Venom symbiote they become…Agent Venom.
After losing both his legs in the Iraq War, Corporal Eugene “Flash” Thompson, bonded with Venom back in 2011 in the pages of “The Amazing Spider-Man” #654. While the Venom symbiote replaces Flash’s legs, they can’t stay bonded more than 48 hours at a time, or Flash loses his control over the symbiote.
Since 2011, Agent Venom has been a part of the Secret Avengers, Thunderbolts and more recently, the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Kotobukiya’s new ArtFX+ statue features Agent Venom is his para-Military, armored look. Standing almost 7.5 inches in height (1/10th scale), Agent Venom is posed, weapons drawn, ready for attacked. Sculpted by Junnosuke Abe, the artist behind Kotobukiya’s other Marvel ArtFX+ statues, the statue features Venom’s trademark oversized, white spider on the front and back of Flash’s body armor.
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