A brand new symbiote with a bathroom-centric title emerges within the pages of Harm Management #2, and it boasts powers like no different symbiote on Earth.
The next incorporates spoilers for Harm Management #2, on sale now from Marvel Comics.
Harm Management #2 options an all-new but not-entirely-real symbiote with a disgusting title — Urinal Cake.
The goofy most important character of Harm Management, Gus, hears about Urinal Cake after he’s positioned within the Workplace of Client Affairs, the place complaints in opposition to the one firm caring for superhero shenanigans in New York Metropolis are heard out. Gus listens to a wide range of tales from grifters hoping to get cash from Harm Management, and one of many extra notable is from a person who claims that his symbiote Urinal Cake contaminated him with laziness. “Proper after it hooked up itself to me, it compelled me to placed on sweatpants and play video video games for, like, hours on finish,” the person claims. “…And it demanded stuffed-crust pizzas and foot-long Italian subs for each meal!”
The person insists that he ultimately turned too lazy to stroll, which led to him getting fired from his gasoline station job. Gus, unable to inform reputable complaints from claptrap, will get choked up and sends the person to his boss, Miss Chapel, who occurs to make use of the Punisher as a crowd controller. Frank Fort instantly seems and tells Gus that his boss needs a phrase. Miss Chapel proceeds to chews Gus out for failing to appreciate that the person made up the story and used the title “Urinal Cake” as a result of Gus’ makeshift workplace is kind of actually positioned in a toilet.
Gus’ Journey Via Harm Management Thus Far
Gus’ cluelessness — designed to embody the identical vibe as Andy Bernard from The Workplace — sees him shipped to a unique division of Harm Management each subject. He started his time on the firm with a tough stint in its mailroom, which occurs to be a pocket dimension created by Reed Richards with Nightcrawler appearing as a teleporting mail-deliverer. Gus practically began a Skrull invasion by shredding an necessary memo throughout his time there, and the top of Harm Management #2 sees him despatched to the corporate’s Search and Rescue unit after failing at each delivering letters and removing reputable complaints.
Harm Management #2 is written by Adam F. Goldberg & Hans Rodionoff, illustrated by Will Robson, coloured by Ruth Redmond and lettered by VC’s Clayton Cowles. The difficulty boasts a canopy by Carlos Pacheco, Rafael Fonteriz and Rachelle Rosenberg, in addition to a variant cowl by Superlog. Harm Management #2 is on sale now from Marvel.