We're less than two months out from the highly anticipated October 5th premiere of Marvel's new movie Venom, which stars Tom Hardy as Spiderman's titular, symbiote-plagued nemesis. This past weekend, Todd McFarlane — the artist responsible for Venom's iconic black-and-white design — took to Facebook to offer some feedback on the antihero's new look, as seen in recent trailers for the film. As an added bonus, he even tweaked a screenshot on his tablet in real time, illustrating what changes he would make if given the chance to do so, as Bloody Disgusting points out.
Overall, McFarlane appears pleased by the footage shown from the film thus far, suggesting just a few "tiny tweaks," modifications to the shape and positioning of Venom's eyes (which he would have situated higher up on the baddie's face) and shark-like grin (by broadening the curve of his mouth, the artist argues, Marvel could show us even more of his fearsome fangs). That said, he calls the new design "pretty cool," remarking, "Each time they show a new video, it just gets better and better and better."