Check out Eddie Brock's article from The Daily Bugle in the latest Amazing Spider-Man 2 viral
There was an easter egg in the first trailer for THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 that showed "Venom Storage" inside Oscorp. Does this mean that the character could show up at some point as part of the Sinister Six? Not necessarily. It could simply just have been placed there as a cool extra for fans who love the villain. Venom isn't even a part of the original Sinister Six. He's a replacement when Sandman heads the team later on.
Does this new Daily Bugle viral article from Eddie Brock propel any rumors further? I'm sure that a few people might think it does. I'm still of the opinion that it's a nice little extra. I figure if they are going to do the Sinister Six, they'll start with the first team which includes Doctor Octopus, Vulture, Kraven the Hunter, Electro, Sandman, and Mysterio.
Check out the article in which Brock discusses a scuffle between the mob (which happens to be three of The Enforcers) and their eventual jailing. It's still good money to diss Spider-Man:
By Eddie Brock
What began as a mob shoot-out escalated into a full-blown superhuman slugfest when the vigilante known as Spider-Man appeared on the scene. An argument inside the Zero One Lounge turned ugly when reputed mob enforcer, “Fancy” Dan Brito, pulled a gun on rivals from the Manfredi crime family. As club-goers fled onto the streets of the Meatpacking District, Spider-Man dropped down out of the sky. Not content to merely take the law into his own hands, bystanders claimed that Spider-Man mocked the thugs as he delivered a one-two punch that sent them soaring.
“It was hard to see from where I was hiding,” said witness Andrea Moore of Park Slope, “but I heard someone, I’m pretty sure it was Spider-Man, say, ‘I hope you’re not afraid of heights,’ and then one of those guys screamed as he landed on top of a fire escape.”
When pressed about any crimes she may have witnessed Spider-Man committing, Moore replied, “Crimes? It’s not a crime to round up stray dogs. What the hell are you talking about?”
Spider-Man disappeared as police arrived to find a dozen mobsters restrained with unmistakable webbing. Brito and his accomplices, Jackson “Montana” Brice and Raymond “The Ox” Bloch, spent the night in the 10TH Precinct holding cell. The NYPD has yet to announce what charges, if any, they plan to bring against the smack-talking vigilante.
Brito, led away in handcuffs, was overheard describing the encounter with the web-slinger: “Just when I thought I was out, he pulled me back in.”
|Source:||The Daily Bugle|