Connect with us
Marvel Preview: Extreme Carnage Alpha #1
Marvel

Comic Books

Marvel Preview: Extreme Carnage Alpha #1

VIOLENCE RUNS IN THE FAMILY!

VIOLENCE RUNS IN THE FAMILY!

As the dust continues to settle after the species-redefining KING IN BLACK saga, Eddie Brock and his son, Dylan, won’t be the only ones learning to adjust to a new normal. Collectively called the Life Foundation, symbiotes SCREAM, PHAGE, RIOT, LASHER and AGONY have tried to reconcile the sometimes-noble intentions of their hosts with their often-bloodthirsty impulses. But the Life Foundation symbiotes aren’t the only ones with a part to play in this story, and they aren’t the only symbiotes who find themselves reinvented after KING IN BLACK. They have an older sibling who may be reinvented in its own right: CARNAGE.

Listen to the latest episode of our weekly comics podcast!

Extreme Carnage Alpha #1

Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson
Art by Manuel Garcia
Colors by Guru-eFX
Release Date: July 7, 2021

Marvel Preview: Extreme Carnage Alpha #1 Marvel Preview: Extreme Carnage Alpha #1 Marvel Preview: Extreme Carnage Alpha #1 Marvel Preview: Extreme Carnage Alpha #1

Like what we do here at AIPT? Consider supporting us and independent comics journalism by becoming a patron today! In addition to our sincere thanks, you can browse AIPT ad-free, gain access to our vibrant Discord community of patrons and staff members, get trade paperbacks sent to your house every month, and a lot more. Click the button below to get started!

Comments

In Case You Missed It

EXCLUSIVE Heavy Metal Preview: Taarna: The Last Taarakian TPB EXCLUSIVE Heavy Metal Preview: Taarna: The Last Taarakian TPB

EXCLUSIVE Heavy Metal Preview: Taarna: The Last Taarakian TPB

Comic Books

marionette marionette

‘Marionette’ review: Creepy kid horror has a deeper story to tell

Movie Reviews

Marvel Preview: Mary Jane & Black Cat: Beyond #1 Marvel Preview: Mary Jane & Black Cat: Beyond #1

Marvel Preview: Mary Jane & Black Cat: Beyond #1

Comic Books

Hulk #3 Hulk #3

‘Hulk’ #3 review: Abominations

Comic Books

Connect
Newsletter Signup