Venom: Space Knight, Volume 1: Agent of the Cosmos

Venom Space Knight Volume Agent of the Cosmos Flash Thompson is many things Soldier Veteran Double amputee Guardian of the Galaxy Host to a powerful yet newly tamed alien symbiote Now Flash is tasked with being an intergalactic ambassador of Eart

  • Title: Venom: Space Knight, Volume 1: Agent of the Cosmos
  • Author: Robbie Thompson Ariel Olivetti Cory Petit Joe Caramagna
  • ISBN: 9780785196549
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • Flash Thompson is many things Soldier Veteran Double amputee Guardian of the Galaxy Host to a powerful yet newly tamed alien symbiote Now Flash is tasked with being an intergalactic ambassador of Earth and an Agent of the Cosmos Join Flash for high adventure in deep space as he swashbuckles his way across the universe But as Venom travels the galaxy, helping the heFlash Thompson is many things Soldier Veteran Double amputee Guardian of the Galaxy Host to a powerful yet newly tamed alien symbiote Now Flash is tasked with being an intergalactic ambassador of Earth and an Agent of the Cosmos Join Flash for high adventure in deep space as he swashbuckles his way across the universe But as Venom travels the galaxy, helping the helpless and punishing the violent, he will go from Guardian to gladiator when he s made to fight in an alien arena And when facing an emergency on a planet of volcanoes, how can he serve as a Space Knight when his symbiote suit of armor is afraid of fire And when an enemy seeks to corrupt the symbiote, will this mark the return of the big bad Venom Collecting Venom Space Knight 1 6

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    One thought on “Venom: Space Knight, Volume 1: Agent of the Cosmos”

    1. This was a really fun book. I've never really been a fan of the villainous Venom, especially not when they tried to turn him into an 'anti-hero', so when Brian Michael Bendis took the symbiote back to its home planet and had the other symbiotes heal Venom of his psychoses I thought it was a great idea!Having Flash Thompson bonded to a 'healthy' symbiote, traveling through the cosmos as a galactic cop made for a really refreshing change. Also, Ariel Olivetti's artwork was nothing short of beautif [...]

    2. Flash Thompson is Venom, a character with two titles for some reason: Space Knight and Agent of the Cosmos! Here’s a third one: Weak Solo Character! Flash (ah-ahhhh!) is superheroing around the universe without the Guardians of the Galaxy, fighting generic evil aliens and helping out a space panda find her space panda kid in a generic action hero storyline. Joining Flash (ah-ahhhh!) is a suicidal robot who’s definitely not a ripoff of Douglas Adams’ Marvin the Paranoid Android. Besides wri [...]

    3. Not a title that I was interested in in the least. So my eyes just moved over it, without any kind of awareness throughout adverts and solicitations. I finally noticed the book or the first issue about a week ago with a 99 cent offer on Comixology. Loved it! Went and bought both books in paperback. Totally dug this first volume. Great space adventure story. Don't get a lot of those from Marvel. And this one's done right. With Ariel Olivetti turning in some of his warmest and endearing artwork I' [...]

    4. Rather significantly better than I'd thought it would be. The stories are ok, but the characters and the dialog are fun. There's a space panda who will apparently be a regular cast member, which is almost worth a star on its own.

    5. A solid and fun series. We get a very weak explanation of what the deal is with the Agents of the Cosmos, they basically hear voices that tell them people need help. But them it's on with the Space Knighting. I'd love to see them throw in what they can from the ROM series of the 80's. the book is pretty standard until the space panda shows up, then it's golden. Flash is definitely missing characters to play off of in most of the book. Trying to write a comic without any supporting cast is tricky [...]

    6. [Read as single issues]Venom joined the Guardians of the Galaxy ages ago, hanging around in the background and not really contributing much (although more than Captain Marvel, but that's another story). The Planet of the Symbiotes storyline brought him to the fore however, and with his symbiote (actually a member of the alien race known as the Klyntar) now purged of all evil impulses, Flash Thompson takes on his new role as Agent of the Cosmos in his new ongoing series.Writer Robbie Thompson has [...]

    7. I really enjoyed it, It was campy in places but for the most part it was a fun space romp not that dissimilar to another guy called Flash, with a character I like. (My love of fun comics and Venom don't get to meet much) For the most time it kept the characterisation from the Remender run just without the crushing bleakness they could fall into (I like bleak but i like highs and lows in fiction) then again at times it went too far and Flash came off like they wanted him to become Deadpool in Spa [...]

    8. Better than expectedHonestly, it's not the kind of story I want the Venom character to go in, but I can't deny that it was a fun, pulpy sci do adventure. I really liked it as it's own thing, and the artwork was fantastic.

    9. I always liked Flash Thompson as Venom, and while I initially found the revelation of the culture of the symbiotes a bit odd, I enjoyed this book, and think it set up a pretty interesting story. It's unfortunate that I am reading it well after its publication and that it is destined to be rather short, since I quite enjoy what they are setting up here.

    10. Ok, the first arc is now done (read via individual issues) and I can officially say I like the beginnings of this title. I was both excited and concerned at first, with excitement playing the bigger role. The art ist my style for comic books but I like it. It gives this book it's own feel. I don't think I've ever seen Olivetti's work anywhere else and that makes this one unique to me.The writing is kind of simplistic, but in an acceptable way. Here's the thing, Flash isn't exactly a brilliant gu [...]

    11. Collects Venom: Space Knight issues #1-6Spinning out of "Guardians of the Galaxy," Venom is now on a solo mission as an Agent of the Cosmos, a being that can sense when others need help. Venom's symbiote (that has been in the Marvel Universe for decades) was recently purified of its rage, and now Flash Thompson is able to use the symbiote to do good for the galaxy. At first it felt like this collection was made up of a bunch of mini-adventures, but by the end of this volume everything ties toget [...]

    12. A lot of fun, with impressive digital painted artwork. I'm not a Venom or even Flash-Venom fan, but this has a light-hearted Guardians of the Galaxy vibe that I enjoyed. Honestly, I picked this up partially because of the sub-title: I thought it was a callback to Rom Space Knight, the first comic series I read. There doesn't seem to be any connection, but I liked it enough that I might pick up the next issues anyway.

    13. The idea of Venom in space is brilliant, the fact that it's the bland Flash Thompson version, rather than the crazy Eddie Brock version is a let down.The bland lead character is saved by some great art and some big space opera ideas.Too much soul searching by Flash and you can see we are heading back to earth soon, but it was fun while it lasted.

    14. First and foremost, the art is incredible in this book. It's some of the best comic book art I've ever seen.The story was interesting, too. And there were a few unexpected twists to spice things up.However, this volume ends with a cliffhanger, which I ALWAYS find annoying.Looking forward to vol 2

    15. I adore Flash Thompson as Venol and have only greatly enjoyed it more when he was launched into space based stories. This book thankfully doesn't feel like you need to read too much of the prior storylines to hop on and enjoy the story

    16. I like this version of Venom, who's a spacefaring dogooder in the mold of Buck Rogers or Flash Gordon (but a bit more symbiote-y). Too bad he's not lasting too much longer if that new series is to be believed.

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