These days, it seems like more and more people are making use of emotional support animals, especially when they need to do things like fly on airplanes–and it’s not just dogs and cats. A wide variety of furry friends can provide the comfort needed to get through a stressful experience.
While we’re hesitant to criticize anyone’s emotional needs, we do have to say that we think you have to draw the line somewhere. That somewhere is in next week’s issue of Venom, where Eddie Brock takes his symbiote to a restaurant and claims he’s a service animal.
He probably should be kicked out… though we’re not sure who wants to tell that to the symbiote.
Venom #10 hits stores next Wednesday.
(W) Donny Cates (A/CA) Ryan Stegman
• Eddie Brock takes a walk down memory lane and revisits San Francisco for the first time in years.
• The homecoming is anything but pleasant, though, as he comes face-to-face with his estranged father and a little brother he never knew he had…
• This while the Venom symbiote remains silenced, perhaps forever, leaving Eddie to struggle by himself…
In Shops: Jan 16, 2019