There has been talk in the Marvel grape vine that this story called the Venomverse, which seems to be the spiritual successor to the 2014's Spider-Verse. Venomverse however will bring together all the different Venom's symbiote characters from across the multiverse.
“If Spider-Verse was Saving Private Ryan,” Lewis tells Nerdist, “then Venomverse is Die Hard.”
"There was an opportunity we saw, not only to put Venom back on Earth but also to re-centralize him as a Spider-Man villain,” explained Lewis.
“Part of picking this cast was definitely thinking about who readers would be most excited to see,” said Bunn, “but another part of it–something that I’ve always found important–is how the Venom symbiote interacts with other hosts. What’s really exciting is that we get to see this with characters you’d never expect, like Black Panther, Mary Jane, and Old Man Logan.”
The antagonists of the series are called the Poisons, and they’ll be taking over other Marvel characters as well. Lewis says “the Poisons will present a unique challenge for these Venoms, who’re some of the strongest and most powerful characters in the Marvel Universe. They’re nature’s answer to the symbiotes.”
Concept arts of these poison and vemonized character are shown down below
"There are definitely some horrific moments in this series, not just the gross-out or the jump scare. I think there’s some real emotional horror aspects to this story. The threat they’re dealing with has some pretty strong horror chops,” Bunn says. “For me, just because we’re dealing with the symbiotes in general, there’s a heavy science fiction element to this story. It’s heavily rooted in some sci-fi horror inspiration.”
Venomverse will be written by Cullen Bunn, edited by Devin Lewis and art by Clayton Crain and is set to release in September.