Venom (2018-) #15 Review

Title: Venom (2018-) #15
Publisher: Marvel
Words: Cullen Bunn
Art: Iban Collelo, Alberto Alburquerque, & Roberto Poggi
Colors: Andres Mossa
Published: June 12, 2019

Publisher’s Summary: WAR OF THE REALMS TIE-IN! Battered, bleeding and at the end of his rope, Malekith’s War Witches and their henchmen threaten to overwhelm Eddie Brock. Meanwhile, Eddie still has 9-year-old Dylan in tow… Now he just needs to keep him alive.


Venom (2018-) #15 drops readers into the middle of an epic magic-laden battle taking place between Eddie Brock and Jack O’ Lantern; as the city burns, Eddie Brock struggles to not only protect those around him, but also, to survive.

Thanks to Cullen Bunn’s breakneck pacing and ability to deliver information naturally through dialogue, Venom (2018-) #15 is an incredibly quick read. There’s a great deal of action in this issue–as the majority of it takes place during a battle–but there are still excellent character moments that showcase impressive depth-of-story.

This issue’s artwork is incredible; panel after panel of highly-detailed illustrations make for an immersive reading experience that allows readers to feel the heat of the flames, hear the screams of pedestrians, and experience the anxiety and dread of the situation. Bunn’s script allows for a great deal of creativity, but the artists working on this book take full advantage of the opportunity to dazzle readers with their impressive skills. And, even though pages are, at times, filled with a chaotic amount of detail, reading Venom (2018-) #15 is a pleasure.

Bottom Line

Teeming with action and telling character moments, Venom (2018-) #15 is an epic War of the Realms tie-in.

Venom (2018-) #15
Venom (2018-) #15 Review
The Bottom Line
Teeming with action and telling character moments, Venom (2018-) #15 is an epic War of the Realms tie-in.

Charlie Chipman
Charlie Chipman
The kind of guy who almost always ends his e-mails with, "Cheers," Charlie serves as Editor-in-Chief here at The Brazen Bull where he often reviews comic books and television shows. His favorite punctuation mark is the interrobang‽

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