The character made his first appearance as the new incarnation of Venom in The Amazing Spider-Man #654 (February 2011).Then a second volume of Venom was started in May 2011 with Flash Thompson as the titular character.
Sawa continued steadily in recent years by appearing in several independent films including Extreme Dating, Shooting Gallery, Devil's Den, Creature Of Darkness, Endure, 388 Arletta Avenue, The Philly Kid, and A Resurrection.
Experienced hand to hand combatant Trained marksman Alien symbiote grants: Superhuman strength, agility, reflexes and endurance Organic webbing Immunity to Spider Sense Limited shapeshifting and camouflage Ability to cling to most surfaces, can create armor by taking pieces from the armor of others and placing it in his venom Eugene "Flash" Thompson is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
He is a star high school football player who mercilessly bullies his high school classmate Peter Parker but greatly admires Spider-Man, an irony in which the superhero takes some gratification, though he and Peter become close friends in college.
Sawa appeared in the film Little Giants and then got his big break in Casper, playing the role of Casper himself as a human boy.
In "Now and Then" Sawa played Scott Wormer the town bully, and shared a second on-screen kiss with his co-star Christina Ricci (the first was in Casper).