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|Full name:||Anne Weying|
|First Appearance:||Amazing Spider-Man #375 (March, 1993)|
|Created by:||David Michelinie; Mark Bagley|
|Place of Birth:||Unknown|
|Affiliations:||Formerly Eddie Brock|
|Powers/Abilities:||None; Wears symbiote costume|
Later, she was falsely incarcerated by the police in an attempt to lure Venom to them. However, Anne managed to warn Eddie with her one phone call. Eddie promised not to come, instead sending the Venom Symbiote to her through the phone lines. Once again merged with it, she freed herself from prison.
Unfortunately, the symbiote would ultimately contribute to her demise. Mentally scarred by the ordeal, her mental trauma only worsened as she saw Spider-Man in his black suit during a time when his red and blue one was stolen. Coupled with the return of Eddie into her life and having to watch him transform into Venom in front of her before rushing off to kill Spider-Man, she was pushed over the edge and committed suicide by leaping from her high rise apartment.
Powers & Abilities
The Venom Symbiote grants Anne all of Spider-Man's Superhuman powers (except for his Spider-Sense), and cannot be detected by his Spider-Sense. It has also endowed Anne with enhanced Superhuman strength equaling that of the original Venom, enabling her to lift 70 tons. The Symbiote is able to transform to mimic any human being or article of clothing imaginable. It communicates with telepathy and does not require physical contact to influence the minds of others. The symbiote can also blend with any background, using an optic-camouflage type of effect.