"We're gonna paint the whole damn world red!" - Carnage
As a duo, the symbiote Carnage and his host Cletus Kasady create one of the deadliest villains in all of the Marvel Universe. Deranged, demented, and deadly, the duo complement each other with aggressive tendencies and vile behavior. But Kasady isn't the only being to host the Carnage symbiote. Throughout the years, the being has bonded with several other creatures, but always comes back to Kasady. Here is a look at just a few of the different hosts to bond with Carnage. Vote up the most interesting.
- 121 VOTES
The son of newspaper mogul J. Jonah Jameson, John Jameson is unknowingly infected by Carnage, who uses the former astronaut as a puppet in an attempt to finish off Spider-Man and Venom.
While under Carnage's control, Jameson goes on a rampage, leaving the man with PTSD after the symbiote leaves him.Total carnage?
- 241 VOTES
Using his Green Goblin formula and the DNA of Carnage, Norman Osborn is able to become the Red Goblin.
The upgrade gives Osborn superhuman powers and abilities, thus creating a much deadlier version of Spider-Man's classic foe.Total carnage?
- 328 VOTES
A Great White Shark (AKA The Crimson Leviathan)
While escaping the Isla de Huesos, Carnage bonds with the vicious finned carnivore and lives in the ocean until he is able to find a more acceptable host.Total carnage?
- 414 VOTES
Dr. Tanis Nevies (AKA Scorn)
Prior to becoming the Scorn symbiote, Shriek's psychiatrist Dr. Tanis Nevies is briefly a host for Carnage until he makes his way back to Cletus.
Carnage leaves behind his spawn, which eventually bonds with the doctor.Total carnage?