Edward Brock was just an ordinary man, who became a photographer. When he and Peter were fighting for a promotion, J.J Jameson instructed that if ether one of them could catch Spider-Man committing a crime, that person would get promoted. When Eddie showed a picture of Spider-Man robbing a bank, Peter proved that the picture was fake and Brock was quickly fired. When Peter shed and removed the black suit, it bonded with Brock and gave him powers similar to Spider-Man's.
In M.U.G.E.N, There are many versions of Venom, with the most notable being made by Juan Carlos, Big Eli King (XCB), and T.O.P.S, the first of which has been updated by Magus.
With incredibly choppy animations and stiff gameplay, this version of Venom is not reccomended to those who enjoy proper "Marvel vs. Capcom" conversions.
Juan Carlos's versionEdit
One of the earliest versions of Venom to appear in M.U.G.E.N was made by the late Juan Carlos. It is quite buggy like many earlier characters, but still works and plays decent today.
This Venom is accurate to his appearances in the Marvel vs. Capcom series and will fit what's left of Spider-Wuss into a matchbox sooner or later.
While it is still an ordinary version of Venom at its core, it manages to have an extra hyper. It was also included in "Super Marvel vs. Capcom: Eternity of Heroes".
Like Kong's other characters, this symbiote crook attempts to emulate "Marvel vs. Capcom 2". It also contains adjustable A.I levels.
This version of Venom is unique in that it plays similar to a P.O.T.S styled character instead of "Marvel vs. Capcom".
This editon of Venom seems to be based off of Marvel vs. Capcom 2, having its moves from said game. It also features new fancy Hyper effects.
T.O.P.S, spaceman and Angelus_Silverhead's versionEdit
Most Venom characters attempt to be accurate to the "Marvel vs. Capcom" games. Not this one. This one is going end the lives of many weak spoil-sports who will go up against its custom gameplay and sprites.
- Sander71113 stated in the readme of his Wolverine that he had a version of Venom in development. He cancelled it due to boredom and the lack of decent Wolverine conversions.