The Story of Us (Carnage, #1) by Lesley JonesI love him, from the instant I set eyes on him when I was just 11 years old I have loved him and nothing will ever change that, he owns me, he owns my heart and he owns my body and no matter how many lies are told, no matter how many people conspire to keep us apart, despite the fame and the distance, we will find a way.
Georgia Rae, when we made love you used to cry ... He waits for me to sing my bit. I try to swallow down a sob but I just end up singing through it...
I said I love you like the stars above, Ill love you till I die
Carnage is an edgy coming of age love story that breaks all the rules and transcends the decades. Georgia and Seans story will stay with you long after you read the final word.
An emotional, smoking hot, gut wrenching read.
NOTE: This is part #1 of a 2 part story but can be read as a stand alone.
Michelinie and former Marvel Comics editor Danny Fingeroth both talked to SYFY WIRE about the creation of one of the Marvel universe's most feared villains, his role in the almost guaranteed Venom movie sequel, and which symbiote characters could be tapped for future films. According to Fingeroth, a Marvel Comics editor from to , the company was going through a boom period of very high sales, publishing well over comics a month at the time in the early '90s. Hoping to capitalize on the popularity of Venom, Michelinie first brought the idea to editor Jim Salicrup, whom he'd worked on the symbiote character before. Initially, Michelinie said, he planned to have Venom's host, Eddie Brock, killed off in Amazing Spider-Man and his symbiote continue on, bonding with a series of hosts. But, as Venom's popularity increased, the powers at Marvel Comics wouldn't allow it. At the core, Fingeroth said, the symbiotes are a subset of the "What if I had superhuman powers? In the issue, Kasady, who happens to be locked up with Eddie Brock, gets a first look at the symbiote through a barred window at Ravencroft Prison as he manically sharpens a shiv.
We tread a fine line and, because each picture is judged on its merits on the day, it is very difficult to have hard and fast rules. It's been another bitter, bloody and deadly news week. The images coming in to the Guardian's picture desk have reflected the last few days' carnage in an even more graphic way than usual: dead and maimed children in bombed-out Gaza or bodies of victims lying in Ukrainian cornfields. Conflict-weary picture editors have shed tears and wondered aloud if counselling might be needed as they have shifted through thousands of pictures provided by the photo agencies' all-seeing lenses. Two headline-grabbing and violent events — the downing of Malaysian Airlines MH17 in Ukraine and Israel's assault on Gaza — have generated some horrific photographs on a seemingly unprecedented scale. Of this flood of images, there are hundreds that we would not choose for publication because they are either deeply shocking, insensitive to human dignity, would be painful if seen by relatives or friends, or ultimately run the risk of forcing readers to turn away from the story, which would negate the purpose of photojournalism. If you had died a violent and unjust death, wouldn't you want the world to know all the details surrounding that death?
All right, so, a few months ago, when Deadpool 2 came out, we did an article called Deadpool 2 : Who is Juggernaut? The movie just used Carlton Drake and Riot. So yeah, Carnage. Read more on that in this look at the Venom post-credit sequences. While Spider-Man was busy dealing with Cardiac in Amazing Spider-Man by Davie Michelinie and Chris Marrinan , we got to see a one-page scene of a man named Gunny Stein returning home, only to be smothered by an attacker who admitted to killing him merely because he was looking through the phone book and found a suitably stupid name. When trying to kill Spider-Man , Venom ran afoul of Styx and Stone, a villain duo only really remembered for this very story. Styx, who has a death touch, touched the Venom symbiote and seemingly killed it.
These pictures were taken in Huddersfield, Lincoln and Bristol, showing fresher's students enjoying their first taste of student life. These pictures from across the UK show new students taking part in the controversial Carnage booze crawl. The centres of Huddersfield, Lincoln and Bristol were taken over by young revellers enjoying their first taste of university life. Thousands of students will take part this year, visiting "the best bars and clubs" in a fancy dress theme. Varsity Leisure Group is behind the venture that puts on hundreds of pub crawls throughout Britain.