Venom’s New Tuxedo Form Is the Costume You Wish They’d Give Tom Hardy

Artist Mark Brooks has unveiled his complete high-fashion look for Venom as a part of his iconic “Hellfire Gala Party Crasher” fan art series, giving the anti-hero a symbiote-tuxedo moment that any fan of Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock would love to see in live action. Brooks’ depiction of the red carpet-ready Venom also highlights the potential creativity that comes with living with a symbiote, where a character’s skin can transform into absolutely anything they can imagine!

Tom Hardy, an undeniable modern sex icon, has portrayed Eddie Brock and Venom in two Sony Pictures Marvel films, Venom and Venom: Let Their Be Carnage, and is now seen as the definitive live-action actor for the character by fans and critics alike. While Brock’s Venom symbiote rapidly changes its flesh into weapons or defensive tools while in battle, Venom is rarely seen using his transformational skin for more light-hearted reasons, something that Mark Brooks has surely fixed.

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Artist Mark Brooks first shared a glimpse at Venom’s Hellfire Gala look back in April, in a dual piece of art featuring the stunning Mary Jane Watson, who apparently decided to bring Venom as her plus one to crash the 2nd Annual Hellfire Gala. Venom’s “costume” is so unique to Marvel Comics because it is not fabric or unstable molecules, but a literal alien being, taken form around a human body. While Venom’s costume has changed and been updated over the years, it primarily has transformed to suit the different environments he has to do battle in, but Mark Brooks’ stunning portrait of “Party Venom” shows the diverse looks which the symbiote’s shape-shifting form could take. The antiheroic symbiote’s Hellfire Gala look transforms him into a more formal, yet still terrifying, high-fashion party crasher, with a look that simulates a unique tuxedo suit that might be seen at the real-life Met Gala.

The Hellfire Gala is an exclusive party hosted by Emma Frost and the mutants of Krakoa, and it is not easy to get an invitation. While Venom has had stints as an outright hero his violent tendencies and at time uncontrollable nature make it doubtful he would ever get a formal invitation to attend the Gala, so Brooks’ gorgeous fan art may be the closest fans ever get to seeing what Venom could look like on a red carpet. In fact, the evil Moira X recently kidnapped Mary Jane, Mark Brooks’ imagined date for Venom, and is threatening to skin her and wear her flesh just so she can use MJ’s ticket to the Gala and get in undetected. The Venom symbiote is an infinitely adaptable piece of alien goop, and while Mark Brooks’ uses the symbiote to give Eddie Brock an iconic high-fashion look, the fan art also sheds light on the versatility of Venom’s costume and skills that could be used for disguise or spying, something that will hopefully continue to be played with in official Marvel canon.

Venom has truly never looked better in Mark Brooks’ inspired piece of fan art, giving Eddie Brock an iconic new look that somehow makes Venom a certifiable sex symbol, and a costume that fans of Sony’s Venom would kill to see worn by Tom Hardy.

Source: Mark Brooks


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Artist Mark Brooks has unveiled his complete high-fashion look for Venom as a part of his iconic “Hellfire Gala Party Crasher” fan art series, giving the anti-hero a symbiote-tuxedo moment that any fan of Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock would love to see in live action. Brooks’ depiction of the red carpet-ready Venom also highlights the potential creativity that comes with living with a symbiote, where a character’s skin can transform into absolutely anything they can imagine!
Tom Hardy, an undeniable modern sex icon, has portrayed Eddie Brock and Venom in two Sony Pictures Marvel films, Venom and Venom: Let Their Be Carnage, and is now seen as the definitive live-action actor for the character by fans and critics alike. While Brock’s Venom symbiote rapidly changes its flesh into weapons or defensive tools while in battle, Venom is rarely seen using his transformational skin for more light-hearted reasons, something that Mark Brooks has surely fixed.
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
Artist Mark Brooks first shared a glimpse at Venom’s Hellfire Gala look back in April, in a dual piece of art featuring the stunning Mary Jane Watson, who apparently decided to bring Venom as her plus one to crash the 2nd Annual Hellfire Gala. Venom’s “costume” is so unique to Marvel Comics because it is not fabric or unstable molecules, but a literal alien being, taken form around a human body. While Venom’s costume has changed and been updated over the years, it primarily has transformed to suit the different environments he has to do battle in, but Mark Brooks’ stunning portrait of “Party Venom” shows the diverse looks which the symbiote’s shape-shifting form could take. The antiheroic symbiote’s Hellfire Gala look transforms him into a more formal, yet still terrifying, high-fashion party crasher, with a look that simulates a unique tuxedo suit that might be seen at the real-life Met Gala.

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because some of you asked for #Venom by himself for my #hellfireGalaPartycrasher series. pic.twitter.com/IaNUnTHS41
— The Dread Pirate Mark Brooks (@MarkBrooksArt) June 6, 2022

The Hellfire Gala is an exclusive party hosted by Emma Frost and the mutants of Krakoa, and it is not easy to get an invitation. While Venom has had stints as an outright hero his violent tendencies and at time uncontrollable nature make it doubtful he would ever get a formal invitation to attend the Gala, so Brooks’ gorgeous fan art may be the closest fans ever get to seeing what Venom could look like on a red carpet. In fact, the evil Moira X recently kidnapped Mary Jane, Mark Brooks’ imagined date for Venom, and is threatening to skin her and wear her flesh just so she can use MJ’s ticket to the Gala and get in undetected. The Venom symbiote is an infinitely adaptable piece of alien goop, and while Mark Brooks’ uses the symbiote to give Eddie Brock an iconic high-fashion look, the fan art also sheds light on the versatility of Venom’s costume and skills that could be used for disguise or spying, something that will hopefully continue to be played with in official Marvel canon.

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Venom has truly never looked better in Mark Brooks’ inspired piece of fan art, giving Eddie Brock an iconic new look that somehow makes Venom a certifiable sex symbol, and a costume that fans of Sony’s Venom would kill to see worn by Tom Hardy.
Source: Mark Brooks

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