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Talk:Carnage (Cletus Kasady)

Talk:Carnage (Cletus Kasady)

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Prefer image focusing only on Carnage, not an action picture with Venom so prominent. --MikeFichera 00:31, 2 March 2006 (EST)

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If I wrote the article, why did it give you the credit?

-Because I added in sep. edits fleshing out his powers and known relatives, though most times my edits don't get listed in the credits. --MikeFichera 00:39, 5 March 2006 (EST)

ok, just wondering--liqiudviper

I rock, but some got the same picture of sentry and carnage. So i was pretty annoyed. Clawite

Inline images

liqiudviper added some inline images! Way to go! --MikeFichera 00:40, 5 March 2006 (EST) iI'm new here and im here to stay and i have a complite aobut carnage aobut his height and weight so I have pemmisson to editing on him

Carnage one of the best vilain ever

Carnage really rules!! What a good idea a sick freak inside a symbiote wow!! Not like this sissy guy Toxin I hope Carnage will destroy him one day!!

I like Carnage too, but you have to face the facts, Toxin singal handedly beat Venom and Carnage. He's just a better symbiote.--Viper 00:42, 10 April 2006

Plus Toxin is a "good guy" and they don't lose(often). marvels 14:42, 19 April 2006 (EDT)

Carnage is the best villian ever!!!!!!!!!!! hes a serial killer what else do you want.

Carnage is so AWESOME!!!! --pickelteeth 13:59, 14 July 2006 (EDT)pickelteeth just call me pickle

Carnage is the best Marvelfigure ever. He is Like a evil psyco and he can nearly do exactly what he wants with his body. Carnage rules!

meh id say it goes Venom then Carnage the Toxin on my number 1 symbiote list...sorry guys but without venom there wouldnt really be any carnage so daddy wins ROFL

Negative Zone symbiote

I just read the Maximum Carnage and got a odd idea. This is pure speculation and just ment for discussion and to the point. When Carnage fought against the heroes and Cloak almost got him inside his cloak, but he escaped by letting parts of his symbiote to leak into the Darkforce Dimension. What if those parts of the symbiote survived there and formed together to a new symbiote. As you know that dimension isnt escape proof and it then somehow got out and ended up to the Negative Zone. Where it then called Kasady to it. Once again this is just speculation there is no proof it happen like this. --Wezqu 11:32, 20 June 2006 (EDT)

In ASM #361 it was revealed that when he detached peices of symbiote, they turned to dust after a while. Of course, that was before the symbiote mutated, so who knows... user:sononsj

Yeah I know that, but Carnage has been always so weird with his powers that it wouldnt be too odd if that really happened. --Wezqu 20:34, 15 July 2006 (EDT)


The most agreed upon theory of this is that when Venom absorbed the symbiote he didnt take it all, but he absorbed enough that it couldnt replicate itself fully. When Kasady entered the Negative Zone apparently there was something there(whether it be the the ground, air, water or just molecules from the Zone) that allowed the symbiote to finally fully revive itself. - maximum/carnage

Cosmic Carnage

Hey, can someone make a Cosmic Carnage Profile. I would do it myself but I don't really know that much about him and for as cool and powerful as he was it would be a bit of an insult if I did it with what I know now. If you have, or can find info, about Cosmic Carnage send it to kohoboy@yahoo.com. If I get enough info to justify it I will make it myself, or if you feel you know enough, go for it. I would love to read more about him.

No, because he was Silver Surfer and there is already a profile of him. --Wezqu 08:29, 21 July 2006 (EDT)

personality

do symbiotes develope thair own personality because carnage is pure evil venom is medium evil and toxin is good can anyone explain?17:23, 11 August 2006 (EDT)17:23, 11 August 2006 (EDT)~

The symbiotes personality depends on the host's

did I miss something

why did sentry rip carnage in half apart from being a insane person with a symbiote onslaunt

He was going to kill some people that were visiting Sentry in the prison, but Sentry intervened and flew him in the sky and ripped him apart. Sentry was protecting those three people. --Wezqu 13:54, 28 September 2006 (EDT)

wich was probably one of the greatest tragedys in comicbook history. i meen come on, carnage is a pivotal villian in the spiderman legacy. not havin carnage would be like gargan keeping the venom symbiote for good, ITS STUPID! honestly i cant be the only person who really misses carnage can i? - maximum/carnage


If Kassady is still alive cant he just cut himself and be canage again like he did one time? - canageftw

Carnage in a Movie?

I think it would be the greatest idea to have Carnage be in one of the next Spiderman movies that comes out. It would rock so much if they used the extra symbiote that peters professor has to bring back Venom, and in turn eventually bring about Carnage. What are other peoples thoughts on this?

I agree, but would there not be a bit problems whit the symbiote. It would take several days to make the symbiot perfect


I also agree but they shouldnt do it until like the 6th movie. The 4th they should bring back Venom for his own movie cuz lets face it, he deserves it, and not kill him like they have with every other character. In the 5th they can quit playing around with Dr. Connors and finally turn him into the Lizard and maybe even introduce Kraven. Now the 6th film, have Brock sitting in prison with his cell mate cough Kasady cough, and the symbiote, having thought to have bin killed my Spidey when seperating it from Brock, breaks him out of jail. And the rest....well we all know how that goes. - maximum/carnage


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Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Cletus Kasady

Aliases
None

Identity
Publicly known

Citizenship
U.S.A. with a criminal record

Place of Birth
Brooklyn, New York

First Appearance
(as Cletus Kasady) Amazing Spider-Man #344 (1991), (as Carnage) Amazing Spider-Man #360 (1992)

Origin
Amazing Spider-Man #345 (1991)

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bio_text= Carnage was once a serial killer known as Cletus Kasady, and became Carnage after merging with the offspring of the alien symbiote called Venom during a prison breakout. The symbiote amplified his psychotic nature making him even less mentally stable than he had been previously, and therefore even more dangerous. An interesting note is that, unlike Venom, Carnage is a singular entity, referring to himself as "I" instead of "We", because the symbiote has actually merged into Kasady's bloodstream. Carnage is also the "father" of Toxin. A note on his childhood: Cletus' father killed his wife (Cletus' mother) because she tried to kill Cletus. Cletus then testified in court against him, saying that he killed her for no reason, causing him to die by electric chair as means of punishment.
It is also unclear on Cletus' relationship with his mother, as he seems to have feelings for her, causing him to dig up her grave at the end of his massacre through New York. He also revealed that he killed his grandmother when he was younger, pushing her down a flight of stairs. Since the alien symbiote adapts to the host's personality, the Carnage symbiote is affected by Kasady's insane mind and lust for destruction.

Kasady has been separated and re-attached to the symbiote multiple times. The Carnage symbiote has occasionally attached itself to other hosts, including the Silver Surfer, Ben Reilly (a clone of [[Spider-Man (Peter Parker)|Spider-Man), and Doctor Octopus. Venom later decided to absorb the Carnage symbiote "for good", during which Kasady retained the Carnage persona by costuming himself in red paint and continuing his killing sprees (albeit as a powerless human). This was short lived, however, as Kasady coincidentally found an exact replica of the symbiote in the Negative Zone. As to whether or not the symbiote is a separate entity, "permanently" bonded, or his own blood mutated, has not been revealed. The symbiote once chose to leave Kasady and bond with Ben Reilly. Kasady, without the symbiote, rapidly aged and his body quickly deteriorated. In this state, Kasady was barely able to function, having a hard time operating a sink, let alone being a threat. The symbiote bonded with him again in time to save his life, regenerating his health. When the symbiote abandoned him yet again, this time to join with the Silver Surfer (transforming him into the Carnage Cosmic), Kasady was left dying from an accelerated form of stomach cancer (apparently a side-effect of the symbiosis, also suffered by Eddie Brock, the original Venom). However, when Venom ate the symbiote, he did not deteriorate, indicating that perhaps some fragments of the symbiote were left behind (enough to sustain him but not enough to form the costume). This may be backed up by the fact that Kasady seemed to retain at least some enhanced strength.

Later, Venom and Spider-Man had to team up to stop Carnage. During this time it was revealed that the symbiote had become a part of Kasady's blood and was irremovable from him. Kasady only needed to be cut for the symbiote to flood out to become Carnage once again. Unlike Venom, Carnage had become less vulnerable to the high-pitched sounds which would normally stop Venom, however he was still vulnerable to intense heat.

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Sentry tearing Carnage in half on Earth's orbit
Recently, Carnage was one of many super-villains trying to escape from the Raft. He tried to kill couple helpless civilians who were there to meet another inmate called Sentry. Who then intervened and flew Carnage outside of the Earth's atmosphere, where he ripped him apart. Kasady was presumably killed and has not been seen since.

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