Combine These ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Statues For A Price

We saw the new Carnage and Venom statues listed at Sideshow. They’re produced by Iron Studios but haven’t shown up on the official site yet. The combinable statues are listed at $210 each and will be due out in the fourth quarter of 2022. Both statues stand nearly 12″ tall, are made of polystone, and are hand-painted.
The movie, Venom: Let There Be Carnage will hit theatres on October 1st, 2021, here in the States. It may still feel a bit weird to have a Venom movie without Spider-Man, but when you throw Carnage into the mix, that sin is forgiven.

Venom still looks a little weird without his white spider symbol. However, it’s evident that Sony is trying to capture some of that detail with the gray veins. It wouldn’t make much sense for him to have the spider crest since the symbiote has yet to encounter Spider-Man.
Carnage, however, looks amazingly accurate to his original appearance way back in 1992. Like the original incarnation, the film version of Carnage is attached to the host Cletus Kasady. Unfortunately, Cletus isn’t a very nice guy, and the symbiote exacerbates that to a terrifying degree.
The symbiote played a big part in the Spidey comics in the ’90s and continued to evolve with new hosts and new personalities. Though, personally, I always preferred the originals.
Both Venom and Carnage appeared as the main villains and heroes of two Genesis/SNES games called Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage and Separation Anxiety. If you’re curious about these two, Maximum Carnage is the better of the two and has an excellent soundtrack by Green Jello.

What are your thoughts on the Venom films? At this point, should Spider-Man be included, or should they stand apart? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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