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5 Venom is jet black with a large symbol of a white black widow spider on his chest. He has a gaping mouth filled with razor-sharp teeth, a long, lolling tongue, and is often depicted drooling a green slime-like substance. He is stronger than Spider-Man and his webbing, which the symbiote generates from the mass of its own body, is more durable than Spider-Man's mechanically-generated webs. The symbiote's shapeshifting ability allows Venom to camouflage himself like a chameleon or to assume the likeness of nearly any person. Venom also has the ability to remain undetected by Spider -Man's spider-sense, making him one of Spider-Man's deadliest foes. However, the symbiote is highly vulnerable to fire and high-frequency sound. online
3 Kira Light Yagami (夜神 月（ライト） Yagami Raito), also known as Kira and the second L, is the protagonist of the manga and anime series Death Note. He is an extremely intelligent, but bored, young man who finds Ryuk's Death Note by sheer chance. In the Japanese version of the anime he is voiced by Mamoru Miyano, and in the English version of the anime he is voiced by Brad Swaile. p. 25
Example of adding a citation within a paper. Venom, or the Venom Symbiote, is the name given to the first symbiotic life form to appear in the fictional Marvel Universe. The creature is a sentient alien with a liquid-like form. It requires a host, usually human, to bond around for its survival. In return the Venom creature gives its host enhanced powers. In effect, when the Venom Symbiote bonds with a human to form a super-villain, that new dual-life form itself is also often called Venom. The symbiote, with or without a host, is an arch-enemy of Spider-Man, who was the first host it merged with before its evil motives were clear. After Spider-Man rejected it, the symbiote went on to merge with other hosts and so began its popular reign as the villain known as Venom. He has the ability to generate webbing from the mass of its own body (Venom).