You've got 11 questions to show how much you know about Venom

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From its earliest origins to its fresh introduction on the big screen, test your knowledge of this beloved Marvel supervillain.

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The Venom Symbiote's planet of Klyntar.
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Question 1 of 11 Score: 0

Venom's home planet is called:

The home and species of the Venom Symbiote is known as Klyntar. Oddly enough, Klyntar by nature are peaceful and seek to only bond with worthy creatures in need of their powers to help right wrongs. If they bond with evil hosts, as Venom eventually did, they become corrupted and vengeful.

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The weaknesses of Venom.
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Question 2 of 11 Score: 0

The Venom Symbiote is vulnerable to fire and this:

As Spider-Man discovered, exposing the Venom Symbiote to loud noises is one way to separate the alien from its host. In this case, the web slinger climbed to the top of a belltower and removed Venom from his body with the deafening clang of the bells.

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Tom Hardy will star in the 'Venom' movie.
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Question 3 of 11 Score: 0

Tom Hardy succeeds this actor as the latest to take on the Venom character:

British actor Tom Hardy will take on the role of Eddie Brock in Israeli producer Avi Arad's upcoming solo "Venom" film. The "Revenant" star, who is rumored to have a role in the upcoming "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," takes over the role from American actor Topher Grace in "Spider-Man 3."

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Who has Venom bonded with?
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Question 4 of 11 Score: 0

Venom has bonded with all of the following except:

As far as we know, Venom has bonded with everything listed here in the Marvel comics except a carnivorous plant. (No doubt, that's coming.) In the "Old Man Logan" series, Wolverine and Hawkeye were even pursued by a Venom-powered T. Rex.

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A photo of the Venom statue from SideShow Collectibles.
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Question 5 of 11 Score: 0

Venom's powers include those of this Marvel superhero:

Those who bond with Venom are given access to Spider-Man's super powers, including the ability to produce webbing and lift heavy objects. These abilities were transferred to the alien upon his bonding with Peter Parker after arriving on Earth.

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'Venom' director Ruben Fleischer.
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Question 6 of 11 Score: 0

'Venom' director Ruben Fleischer previously helmed this horror comedy:

American filmmaker Ruben Fleischer's 2009 comedy horror "Zombieland" ranks as one of the most beloved zombie films of all time. A sequel to the supernatural film is currently in pre-production and will likely follow "Venom's" debut sometime after 2018.

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The famous tongue of Venom.
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Question 7 of 11 Score: 0

Venom's long tongue often reminds people of this classic rocker:

Israeli rocker Gene Simmons, the frontman for the rock band KISS, has an extremely long tongue reminiscent of the one used by Venom. In addition to animated cameos in series like "Scooby-Doo," Simmons and KISS also have their own comic book franchise.

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Part of a comics cover for Venom vs Spider-Man.
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Question 8 of 11 Score: 0

What year did Venom make his first appearance in Marvel Comics?

Venom's first cameo appearance came in a May 1984 comic book. The idea actually came from a fan, who conceived of an all-black suit to help Spider-Man have more stealth at night. It wasn't until years later that the Symbiote element was added to give the suit a nefarious origin.

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Venom from 'Spider-Man: The Animated Series."
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Question 9 of 11 Score: 0

This renowned voice actor was the first to bring an animated Venom to life:

American actor Hank Azaria, best known for his voice work on the animated series "The Simpsons," was also the first to provide the voice of Venom in 1994's "Spider-Man: The Animated Series." Like Mark Hamill's Joker, Azaria gave the Symbiote a raspy, reptilian voice.

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A screen test of the Venom costume for "Spider-Man 3."
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Question 10 of 11 Score: 0

Venom would have been the main villain of this cancelled feature film:

Before "Spider-Man: Homecoming" rebooted the franchise, actor Andrew Garfield was set to star as the web-slinger in a third "Amazing Spider-Man" film. The main villain? None other than Venom, who would have gone toe-to-toe with Spidey for the second time on the silver screen.

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A scene from 'Shutter Island.'
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Question 11 of 11 Score: 0

This "Shutter Island" star will play district attorney in the upcoming "Venom" film:

Adding to its cache of A-list stars, producers for the "Venom" film announced that Michelle Williams would be joining the cast in the role of a district attorney. The American actress has previously starred in "Manchester by the Sea," "Brokeback Mountain," and "Shutter Island" opposite Leonardo DiCaprio.

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