November 04, 2021 3 min read

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Eddie Brock struggles to adjust to his new life as the host of the alien Venom, which grants him superhuman powers in order to be a lethal vigilante. Brock attempts to reignite his career by interviewing serial killer Cletus Kasady, who becomes the host of the symbiote Carnage and escapes prison after a failed execution.

 

5 Interesting Facts About Venom: Let There Be Carnage:

 

  1. Carnage is a Symbiote Serial Killer.

The Symbiote (or Klyntar) variety is an exceptionally intriguing one. These parasitic unusual animals commonly bond to hosts that they discover compatible with them. Weak hosts will certainly usually end up dead by their Symbiotes. Sometimes, both of them find balance and also happen to collaborate to achieve greater things, like Venom. Rarely, the Symbiotes damaged by the host they inhabit. This is precisely what occurred when the Carnage Symbiote combined with serial killer Cletus Kasady!

 

  1. Carnage may really be ... Venom's kid

We know Carnage's host is a certified psychotic, yet where specifically did the Symbiote come from? Well ... this is awkward. In the comics, the Klyntar reproduce asexually. In the comics, there was a time in which Eddie shared a cell with Cletus Kasady. Turns out, Venom was pregnant at the time. When Eddie broke out of prison with his Venom Symbiote, it apparently left its offspring behind. Said offspring would bond to Kasady, and together they both became Carnage!

 

  1. Carnage isn't the only bad guy in the movie

While Carnage is sure to take center-stage, there’s also another villain set to make an appearance. As far back as 2019, actressNaomi Harris from “Skyfall” has been eyed to play a role in “Let There Be Carnage”. We now have confirmation from the trailer that Harris is in the film and will be playing the villain Shriek. Just like her comic book counterpart, Frances Barrison (or Shriek) has the power to manipulate sound and create sonic screams. Someone who could definitely come in handy when facing off against a Symbiote.

 

  1. Klaue from "Black Panther" will be directing the film

Remember the actor who played the infinitely entertaining Ulysses Klaue in 2018’s “Black Panther”? Turns out, this legendary motion-capture artist will be directing “Let There Be Carnage”. Oh but his roles go far beyond just Marvel Studios. This man has been the voice, face, and performance behind cinema’s most iconic CGI characters. He played Gollum throughout the “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” trilogies. He brought breathtaking life to the character of Caesar in Fox’s recent “Planet of the Apes” trilogy.

 

  1. Much More Crazy Symbiote Shenanigans

Beyond introducing new villains into the mix, “Let There Be Carnage” will also be exploring the relationship between Venom and Eddie. Ina trailer breakdown by IGN, director Andy Serkis talks about how the two must now struggle to coexist. At the end of 2018’s “Venom”, we saw the two begin to better understand one another. That being said, Serkis describes Eddie’s relationship with the Symbiote as “living with this maniac toddler”.

 

Let’s start Drawing Venom: Let There Be Carnage Step by Step

In this tutorial we used the following supplies:

  • Pencil B
  • Pencil 5B
  • Pencil 3B

 

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Step 1. We begin to draw with the help of a circle and the border of the open jaw with lines. (Pencil B)

 

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Step 2. Next, outline the eye, tongue, and inner parts of the jaw. (Pencil B)

 

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Step 3. Draw the general shape of the head, as well as the eyes and jaw. (Pencil B)

 

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Step 4. And then add all the details to the drawing. (Pencil B)

 

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Step 5. Next, we start by shading the darkest parts of the drawing. (Pencil 5B)

 

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Step 6. Now take a soft pencil and shade parts that are a little lighter. (Pencil 3B)

 

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Step 7. And the last step is to shade the remaining details while giving them volume. (Pencil B)


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