When Brock's symbiote soon returned to be bonded again, allowing Venom to escape prison, the symbiote unknowingly left its offspring in the cell; due to its alien instincts, the symbiote felt no emotional attachment to its offspring, regarding it as insignificant, and thus never communicated its existence to Brock via their telepathic link. While storming the city hall, Superior Carnage states that Kasady was a fool who wasted so much time on chaos while there was much more to be accomplished with a little focus. [11] As a child, he killed his grandmother by pushing her down a flight of stairs, tried to murder his mother by dropping a hairdryer into her bathtub, and tortured and killed his mother's dog with a drill. He was then tied in metal plates by Nova and left by his symbiote as he revealed he wanted to kill Nova because he wanted to erase any memory of his good deeds, from the time he had his moral axis inverted, from anyone who remembered it. [7] The comic was released as a tie-in to the "Big Time" storyline in The Amazing Spider-Man. Agent Venom is sent to the prison and discovers Kasady has escaped. It is revealed that Kasady is alive (although both of his legs have been severed), his body preserved by the symbiote and repaired by Hall's prosthetics. Cletus Kasady's history is presumably similar to his Earth-616 counterpart's. He was then captured and sent to Ryker's Island prison for 11 murders — though he bragged about killing a dozen more[14] — where he shared a cell with Eddie Brock, the host of the alien symbiote that turns him into the supervillain Venom. Ready to finish off his opponent, Carnage was hit by a truck. He was ultimately tossed into space by Venom and Danger, becoming one of the few Poisons to survive the death of the Poison Queen. [52], In the last page of Venom #8, a cult who worships Carnage, got hold of Cletus's damaged body inside a chamber and are planning to revive him by using the Grendel's remnants which they stole from Maker. Enraged, Carnage followed the false Nova, but lost sight of her. Using Shriek's "psychic channel" powers, he also drives ordinary New Yorkers to attack one another. When the real Eddie arrived, accidentally revealing that Spider-Man was Peter Parker, Dark Carnage unveiled himself and summoned a horde of Carnage Doppelgangers to attack the warehouse. Sometime after the defeat of Carlton Drake / Riot, the journalist Eddie Brock, having saved the world from the Life Foundation and recovered his job, went on a motorcycle trip to San Quentin State Prison to interview Kasady and ask him if he could cooperate to help the FBI to identify more potential bodies of his victims. Geboren im Ravencroft Institute, starb er im Alter von nur 19 Minuten an einer Strangulierung der Nackenschnur, wurde aber vom dunklen Gott Knull wiederbelebt, eine Erfahrung, die sich als Antrieb für seine Blutgier und seine Besessenheit vom Chaos erwies. [48], As the Poisons launch an all-out assault on the Marvel Universe, they are determined, since their last encounter with the alternate Carnage, not to leave such wildcard individuals which they designated as anomalies to be played against them.

Cletus Kasady is a serial killer who was interviewed by Eddie Brock. Flash Thompson in the Venom symbiote sets off to Colorado to kill Carnage. The symbiote — driven to panic due to genetic memories of Galactus devouring a planet of symbiotes — parted from Kasady and bonded to the Surfer to stop him while Spider-Man was forced to take Kasady to the hospital. [2] A sociopathic and sadistic serial killer, Kasady shared a cell with Eddie Brock during his imprisonment, and merged with the offspring of the Venom symbiote after it came to be bonded with Brock again. During this escape, it was confronted by Spider-Man and the Silver Surfer. Without the symbiote, Kasady attempts to re-assume the Carnage persona by costuming himself in red paint and continuing his killing sprees, claiming that he still possesses at least some of Carnage's strength and convinced that he only needs to kill Spider-Man and Venom to regain his symbiote, but Spider-Man nevertheless easily defeats him in a fight. Cletus Kasady is a serial killer who was interviewed by Eddie Brock. Captain America, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Hawkeye and the Thing attempt to defeat him but all except Spider-Man are bonded to copies. The melee is particularly fierce when Venom intervenes with sonic rounds. It was during his brutal years at St. Estes that Kasady acquired his philosophy that life was essentially meaningless and futile, that "laws are only words",[12] and came to see the spreading of chaos through random, unpatterned bloodshed as "the ultimate freedom" and thinking that he was actually "freeing" people.

[13], Kasady became a serial killer. Kasady was then thrown by Nova, who had already realized Carnage's weakness to high sounds, into an Anthrax (a heavy metal band which Kasady was a fan of) show nearby. When the symbiote breaks into the facility, the doctor offers himself to the creature, but it rejects him and returns to Kasady after resuscitating him.

[40] With the crisis concluded, Peter Parker sets out to create a gold-and-rhinestone memorial to Carnage as he promised Kasady he would before his sacrifice. However, what they find is a Cletus Kasady who is no longer bonded with Carnage. In the next day, already healed from his burns, Kasady attacked Sam again, this time at his school. [21], Having tracked Kasady to a prison specially designed to hold him — how he escaped Silver Surfer's prison was never established — Venom eventually reabsorbs the Carnage symbiote into his own body "for good". As Agent Carnage, Cletus possesses fangs, claws, and chitinous red body armor with white spider emblems on its chest and back; which are manifested from his symbiote. The team along with Jubil went to the island and found countless dead bodies. [35], During the battle with Red Onslaught, Doctor Doom and the Scarlet Witch cast a spell which alters the moralities of almost everyone present, Carnage included. Approached by Spider-Man, who fell for his disguise, Cletus learned that Dylan Brock was Eddie's son. When Codex was successful in taking over the world, Kasady joined the resistance effort.[1]. [62], Cletus Kasady appears in the series Spider-Man: Heroes and Villains Collection. [28] He is defeated by Venom and Scarlet Spider, who use a sonic bomb from the Microverse to temporarily separate Kasady from the symbiote. Carnage nearly defeated Spider-Man until Bentime tricked Carnage into reverting to human form enabling Spider-Man to knock out Kasady with a simple punch.

[2] Coming across the Venom of Earth-616 and his son Dylan, Cletus stoically introduced himself along with the other members of the team. Believing Alice's crocodile tears and convinced that she is a kindhearted and empathic person, Carnage rescues her from Sin-Eater and abducts her with the intent of having Alice teach him how to be "a great hero". [16] He escaped prison,[17] and began a series of murders, and at the scene of each crime, wrote "Carnage" on the walls with his own blood.

When Venom's son Dylan Brock became the villain Codex and plotted to take over the world, Kasady volunteered to join the Sym-Soldier Program created to combat Codex. [1], Seemingly those of the Cletus Kasady of Earth-616 when bonded with the Carnage symbiote. Carnage, however, escapes with the Doppelganger and swears to make a bloody comeback.

[55], Kasady then impersonated Eddie Brock in order to discredit him and returned to Manhattan and allowed himself to be imprisoned in Ryker's Island. Carnage is defeated by Batman in the subsequent fight when he loses control of his symbiote while panicking after the Joker threatens to set off a bomb to destroy Gotham—himself and Carnage included—rather than see Carnage kill Batman.

[30], Ultimately, Spider-Man brings out Kasady's body to successfully draw the symbiote into it, which immediately devours Dr. Malus and then prepares to finish off the Wizard. Cletus Kasady is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.Created by writer David Michelinie and artist Erik Larsen, the character first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #344 (March 1991) and became the first and most well-known host of the Carnage symbiote.

Scarlet Spider then impales Kasady through the eye, lobotomizing him. When Cletus grew up, he continued to murder and torture countless people, known for sometimes eating his victim's eyeballs, whom he described "crunchy on the outside, gooey on the inside". [14] The Carnage symbiote was defeated and apparently destroyed with sonic weaponry, but unbeknownst to them the symbiote's deeper equilibrium with its host helped to save it. After the cult dedicated to worshipping Knull, led by a corrupted Scorn, retrieved Cletus's body and stole a sample of the Grendel symbiote from the Maker's laboratory, they wanted to bond the Grendel symbiote to Cletus, so he could be psychically connected to Knull through the codex, trace remnants of Knull's leftover on the dragon's body. Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters Wiki, Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters, https://sonypicturesuniverseofmarvelcharacters.fandom.com/wiki/Cletus_Kasady?oldid=14499, In the comics, Cletus Kasady is a psychopathic serial killer and. Kasady was introduced in The Amazing Spider-Man #344 and first appears as Carnage in issue #361.

Cletus decided to assume command of the cult and help free Knull, setting out to hunt down and consume the codexes of the other symbiote hosts, living and deceased. [41], Kasady is revealed to have cheated death again, though he lost the lower half of his body in the process, and went to Carefree, Arizona, to pay a visit to a new friend he made during the time he was inverted,[42] a friend he was willing to "help", Sam Alexander aka Nova.

[10], Kasady is a sociopath and a homicidal sadist. The character is usually depicted as an enemy of Spider-Man and Venom. However, as Dark Carnage had no idea who Banner was, he was shocked when the Devil Hulk resurrected his body and completed the bonding, delivering a powerful blow that he actually felt. Cletus Kasady was born in Brooklyn, New York City. The Cletus Kasady incarnation of Carnage appears in the musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark as a member of the Sinister Six, played by Collin Baja.