Eddie Brock shows up in Venom #29 in many different forms, including the bad guy Meridius, but the story is mostly about the seemingly weak and weak Tyro. Tyro “throws [himself] into the deep end” when Meridius turns him down for the third time. He does this by using his vast powers as a King in Black and exploring the void that exists somewhere outside of the Marvel Universe as fans know it. There, Tyro finds a huge floating hand with glowing fingers after coming out of a pool of bodies floating in an endless sea of symbiote goo. Even though this thing calls itself “The Eventuality,” Tyro knows what it really is: the legendary Seventh Eddie.
Eddie Brock’s Evolution
In Venom #29, written by Al Ewing, illustrated by Cafu with colors by Frank D’Armata and lettering by VC’s Clayton Cowles, readers get to witness the next chapter of Eddie Brock’s journey. After defeating Knull, the progenitor of all symbiotes, Eddie Brock took on the title of King in Black, also known as the God of Symbiotes. This happened in Venom #5 in 2022, written by Al Ewing and illustrated by Bryan Hitch. However, things take an unexpected turn when Eddie finds himself transported to Meridius’ Garden of Time, where he meets other Kings in Black who turn out to be future versions of himself.
Eddie’s journey becomes even more intriguing as he learns to master his newfound powers and discovers the true depths of his fellow Kings’ abilities. He even manages to do the impossible – resurrect himself on Earth and become the first human-symbiote hybrid capable of existing independently.
If you’re a fan of the King in Black saga and Eddie Brock’s evolution, then Venom #29 is a must-read. Prepare to be immersed in a world of symbiotic wonders and temporal mysteries as you explore this riveting story.