Clayton Crain Covers Venom #162

The Comic Mint is proud to present their variant for Venom #162 with cover art by Clayton Crain. This cover is a reversal of their incredibly popular Venomverse #1 cover from last year. This time venom has the upper hand.


The pre-sale begins Sunday February 11th at 2PM EST at The Comic Mint site!
Book will be available in the following formats:
Trade Dress
Trade Dress/Virgin Set
Trade Dress CGC 9.8
Virgin CGC 9.8

Limited Signed Opportunities will be available:
Guaranteed 9.6 or higher. Every effort will be made to obtain 9.8.
Virgin CGC SS Signed by Clayton Crain
Virgin CGC SS remarked by Clayton Crain
Limited to 3,000 Trade Dress, 1,000 Virgin copies


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12 Responses to Clayton Crain Covers Venom #162

  1. Alana says:

    It’s a squirting eggplant 🙊 Hey full venom spoiler plot was leaked sounds horrible.

    • Jesus says:

      If that story plot is true, then Spider-Man 3 is still the best Venom movie…

      • Alana says:

        I hope this is not true. I was worried about them doing a couple min end of the movie Venom appearance after watching the trailer. It probably be the worst thing they can do a long drawn out origin with some eye candy at the end.

      • Alana says:

        But Venom is said to have a low budget….. and this supposed plot sounds as low budget as you can get.

  2. Sounds very safe, yeah lets introduce venom, but not to any particular universe or timeline, and barely at that. safe and boring.

  3. BED says:

    Is this a key issue or just a cool cover? Or is this just another unimportant issue of mediocre series that Marvel is selling store variants for just to try and get me to completely over pay for the cover art? These seem like a pointless waste of money unless there is a new character or MAJOR storyline.

  4. A. King says:

    It almost reminds me of one of those Flash vs. Superman racing covers.

  5. Matt Riley says:

    I usually like Crain, but not that impressive of a cover.

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