Throughout the marketing for Sony's Tom Hardy led Venom movie, we have yet to see Venom in his entirety. So far we've really only been shown head shots and views of Venom above the shoulders. Fans were quick to notice the apparent lack of the very iconic white Tarantula symbol which is supposed to cover both the front and back of Venom's torso. Of course, this could be due to Venom's unpolished visual effects in which case the Tarantula symbol has yet to be added, but some fans have voiced concern that Sony may be neglecting the trademark symbol in Venom's design for this film alltogether.
With Comic-Con less than a week away, hopefully we get some clarity on this mimute, yet crucial detail and whether or not Venom's design will be completely comic-book accurate.
Artist Royy Ledger created a phenomenal piece of fan artwork a while back of the Venom movie's symbiote anti-hero and took it upon himself to add that iconic Tarantula symbol. Subtle, yet visible, this is exactly how Sony can (and hopefully do) implement this important design element:
What do you think? Would you be disappointed if Venom lacked this specific quality in the upcoming film? Let us know your thoughts below!
More about Venom (movie)
One of Marvel's most enigmatic, complex and badass characters comes to the big screen, starring Academy Award® nominated actor Tom Hardy as the lethal protector Venom.
Directed by Ruben Fleischer, Venom's release date is October 5th, 2018.
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