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Kraven the Hunter is one of Spider-Man's most despicable villains in comic books, known for hunting wild animals to satisfy his obsession. After taking out their kills he wears their skins as clothing! Theorists suggest that comics and film share some structural and visual similarities, including using cuts between images and panels to link images, yet there remain fundamental distinctions that complicate adaptation processes. Venom The recent Venom movie serves as an excellent illustration of how comic book characters can change from page to screen, and vice versa. The film documents some major shifts in story and character development - an invaluable introduction for newcomers while serving as a reminder to longtime fans how awesome comics can be at their finest! Though it can be easy to dismiss internal disagreements among comic book creators as trivial, the argument over who created Venom is truly fascinating. It all began in 1993 when an intellectual debate broke out on Wizard Magazine's letters page; fanboys would hoot and self-congratulate in equal measures but Michelinie took issue with Wizard's listing him as co-creator of Venom in their publication. As the debate progressed, Michelinie's interpretation of Venom differed significantly from that of other creators involved. Michelinie described Venom symbiote as an alien parasite from Klyntar that bonded with Eddie Brock to give him super powers; but whenever Eddie wasn't around it would relapse into bloodlust and villainy again unless exposed to loud, sustained noises; otherwise its bond could never be broken. After parting ways with Spider-Man for a time, Venom once more turned back to being an uncompromising protector and moved to San Francisco where he encountered a group of individuals living underground city. A man named Roland Treece hired hired guns to kill them so he could claim their gold reserves; Venom decided to protect these people instead by infiltrating Treece's company but ended up drawing the notice of Spider-Man instead. At this time, the symbiote began bonding with Flash Thompson and eventually formed the Sinister Six gang of villains. Meanwhile, it also found ways to cleanse itself of its bloodlust and hear again the voice of Cosmos, giving it guidance and protection in times of need. Venom had just become less of an antihero and more like an outright superhero after this turn in his storyline. The Symbiote now had discernment abilities and began acting as Agents of the Cosmos - roles it would continue to fill for many years to come. Spider-Man: Homecoming The Spider-Man franchise is an extensive series of films featuring Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland as different versions of Peter Parker aka Spider-Man. Each movie adds their own distinct touch to this iconic superhero; making him one of the most renowned characters in pop culture today. Spider-Man: Homecoming follows suit by drawing heavily upon comic book stories as source material to craft its narrative and offer new and engaging ways of telling his tale. Jon Watts took charge of this film with an experienced group of writers under his leadership to craft an approachable Spider-Man film for younger audiences. Their team utilized all the Marvel Cinematic Universe resources available, spinning each character's history through the blender until every corner was turned - every frame filled with unexpected details, Easter eggs teasing away obscure continuity issues or numbering conventions and subtle art flourishes taken right out of comic pages! One of the more intriguing elements of Spider-Man: Far From Home is its interpretation of Mysterio. In the movie, he appears as an eccentric entertainer using illusions to manipulate people and cause chaos - this recalling an issue written by Dan Slott and illustrated by Marcos Martin where Mysterio came back after being absent/dead to use drone technologies and robots remotely trigger a war between criminals and law enforcement forces. Comic book fans will likely appreciate how the film reinvents May Parker's charity F.E.A.S.T (Food, Emergency Aid Shelter and Training). In the original comics this was used as cover by Martin Li/Mister Negative to commit crimes; later however it evolved into May's personal foundation - similar to how she operates it here. Kenneth Choi, who plays one of the Howling Commandos in this film, also played Jim Morita from Captain America: Agents of Shield and Agent Carter. Furthermore, Bokeem Woodbine (Herman Schultz/Shocker in Marvel movies) makes an appearance. Avengers: Age of Ultron Although not as flawless as its predecessor, Avengers: Age of Ultron remains an impressive testament to Marvel Cinematic Universe's ambitious goals. It features a larger team that fights a more formidable threat, leading to thrilling, fun, and breathtaking scenes starring Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Pietro (Quicksilver), Wanda (Telekinesis), Vision (Flight/Energie Attacks) as well as Thor's bombastic posturing that lampoons the absurdity of Ultron. This movie also incorporates elements of time travel, though they don't quite reach the extremes seen in Avengers: Infinity War. Here, Hank Pym accidentally creates Ultron who differs significantly from its canon version in that he has dubious morals and mental issues. As his ambitions drive him further, Ultron creates the Phalanx to enforce his will upon Adam Warlock (one of the most powerful beings in existence) forcing their union; often known as "Gold Ultron", or the ultimate version. Ultron in his final form is by far the most dangerous version yet and causes considerable destruction. Additionally, his ability to shape-shift by rearrange his molecules renders him nearly invulnerable while his appearance mirrors that of Hank Pym so as to fool the Avengers into believing they're dealing with Hank himself. While Thanos' victory against the Avengers may not have been as monumental, this film did set up his eventual clash with them down the line a bit more clearly than expected. Although, exactly how that clash happened did not match exactly up with what was depicted herein - its relevance can hardly be denied! Kingsman: The Golden Circle Since 2014's surprise hit Kingsman: The Secret Service, its sequel was inevitable. Unfortunately, though, rather than continuing its brand of English Men's Club-esque absurdity and graphic violence (with two climactic gore orgies that would satisfy even die-hard splatter fans), The Golden Circle attempts to be more earnest, which ultimately makes for less enjoyable viewing experience. Action picks back up shortly after the previous film ends, with Eggsy (Taron Egerton) continuing his duties as Kingsman leader following Harry Hart's demise in the first film. Now with an American branch known as Statesmen forming, when Poppy Adams (Julianne Moore) threatens to devastate Britain through drug cartel terrorism the British must join forces with her American allies if they hope to survive and save themselves. This version of Kingsman is far more mature and emotionally engaging than its predecessor, depicting the deaths of multiple characters without simply playing for laughs; we get time to grieve their deaths while they come about, while Eggsy and his teammates are shown more closely compared to how it was done previously - with more touching scenes compared to its more visceral violence. Of course, this being a spy movie, there will still be plenty of gunfights and fistfights, with Egerton once again proving himself as the ideal actor to pull them off with ease and his effortless charm shining through in every scene of action. He truly stands out in The Golden Circle; its writers and director clearly love him very much! Although The Golden Circle takes on a more serious tone than its predecessor, it still provides a thrilling action experience sure to delight fans of both. But for more of what you like in The Golden Circle and more in general, stay tuned as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will likely appear as villain for its sequel which is currently casting. In the meantime, check out Kingsman 1 either in theaters or streaming services and really understand why British private intelligence agency Kingsman has such an appeal to Americans.