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18x24 acrylic on canvas. Since I greatly enjoyed my last comic page painting, I thought I'd challenge myself further by doing one in black and white. I made this by watching episode twelve of The Spectacular Spider-Man, "Intervention", while drawing quick studies and taking screenshots. Then I arranged the whole thing into a comic page. Getting so many different shades out of just black and white paint was hard, but worth it in the end.

If anybody is interested, you can watch the entire episode here: [link]
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hotwar696 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
If he had only left the symbiotes in the in the in the labratory. He would have no reason to take vengeance on spider-man.
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UltimateVenomFan Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
In Eddie's distraught state of mind, Spider-Man cost him his job, which by extension meant he would have to drop out of university and lose the future he wanted for himself. If you also take into account the issues he had with Peter, such as his taking pictures instead of helping the Connors and betraying their friendship, that makes him angrier still. Even without the symbiote, Eddie has plenty of motive to have vengeance on Peter/Spidey. The symbiote only added to it.
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hotwar696 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
But it was because he had taken the symbiote that eddie was loosing his job if I remember it correct. And sense it did not Freeze to death his job could have been saved had he just keept it inside the lab.
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UltimateVenomFan Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
But he was still mad enough at Peter to do something, even if he did get it back. Besides, when Peter found out it was still alive, he would probably come back and kill it.
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DarthWill3 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Venom ROCKS!!!
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BlackSpider-Man Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
One of my fave episodes. Wish they didn't cancel the series. Second season really started to show the darker side to Spider-man's life. Great job, man. You really captured the image like a Kodak camera. It also looks alot darker and more sinister.
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UltimateVenomFan Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you, I try my best to do the series justice. I thought that episode was very introspective and well done as well...especially how they saved the Uncle Ben story until the end of the season instead of putting it in episode one. What really bugs me about the series being cancelled (curse you, Disney) is that Hobgoblin was scheduled to be in season three.
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BlackSpider-Man Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yea I know. And did you notice how they throw you for a loop about the Green Goblin throughout both seasons? Even though you know that the first original Green Goblin was Norman Osborn in the comics. But in the show, they made it looks like it was his son Harry the whole time. They really had me fooled until the last episode in the second season I have to admit. But when the episode about Harry destroying Goblin formula came out and they showed that part, in my mind I said "If Harry destroyed the formula and is off it for good, how come Green Goblin is back?" They really had thrown me for a loop.
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UltimateVenomFan Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I had never been a Green Goblin fan until that series. I mean, every Spidey fan knows that he's Norman Osborn, but it took brilliant writing to fool us anyway! They had so many things set up...we saw Morris Bench in one episode, and Roderick Kingsley in another. We saw Cletus Cassidy for about two seconds, and I've often wondered how they would have presented Carnage in the show.
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BlackSpider-Man Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yea I remember seeing Cletus Cassidy. I think he was in the asylum with Doc Ock. And plus, it was cool to see Doctor Octopus go from a timid scientist to an all-out arrogant bad guy supervillain in that series. In the comics and in Spider-Man 2, he was always somewhat pompous even before his arms got attached to him. I also like how they introduced Black Cat too. If Tobey Maguire and Stan Lee continued on with the Spider-Man 4, I would've liked to see Black Cat and Lizard.
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UltimateVenomFan Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
You're right, and Cletus was even wearing a Santa hat because it was around Christmas. I think the changes that were made to the villians in this series were for the better, and very true to the original comics. I have to disagree on your Tobey Maguire point though...those movies are the only thing about Spider-Man that I don't like. I'm looking forward to the new movie that's coming out in July.
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BlackSpider-Man Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Idk I don't think I'll like the new Spider-Man. I actually liked Sam Raimi's Spider-Man films. It's what made me draw all the Spider-Man/Naruto hybrids in my gallery. Though I admit, Spider-Man 3 could've been better. Venom wasn't as muscular as he was in the comics. Tall, but not very muscular.
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UltimateVenomFan Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Really? The reason I don't like Sam Raimi's Spider-Man movies is because they tended to focus more on the depressing aspects of Peter's life instead of what makes Spidey different from other Marvel heroes--his sense of humour. I just found that Peter wasn't as easy going or confident in himself as he is in the comics, and the only film that seemed to follow the original storylines was the first one. From what I've seen in trailers, the new movie seems truer to the spirit of Spidey. I realize there are people out there that like all of the conflict and drama in Raimi's movies, but it's just not how I like my Spider-Man to be. No offense, I hope.
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