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Seeking a set (or close to it) of Maximum Carnage. Options
jsoto66
Posted: Monday, April 29, 2013 11:06:08 PM

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Hey---been a looong time since I've posted here. Looks like not much has changed with the software (ZING!) ...but I love the deals here so...

before I go off buying stuff from individual sellers, is there anyone who has Maximum Carnage, all parts 1-14 for sale as a package? I could go for maybe 12 out of 14 together, depends on the deal. I guess pm me with deals...I'll keep the the inquiry going for a couple of days.

thanks in advance!

jsoto66
Posted: Monday, April 29, 2013 11:08:00 PM

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...and no, I dont want the trade. Trades are boring!
BurningDoom
Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 12:09:09 AM

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Takes me back. One of the first big crossovers I completed on my own as a kid by mowing lawns and building it from the local comic shop. I was obsessed with Venom and Carnage back then.

The Death of Superman and X-Men: Fatal Attractions were the other ones I worked on at about the same time.

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I had the whole set ready to go on eBay but I think I may have broken it up and listed it in my store. Let me see if I can locate it. Give me a day or two.

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SuperSoldier124
Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 11:17:06 AM

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should be able to find them for cheap. good luck!

BurningDoom wrote:
Takes me back. One of the first big crossovers I completed on my own as a kid by mowing lawns and building it from the local comic shop. I was obsessed with Venom and Carnage back then.

The Death of Superman and X-Men: Fatal Attractions were the other ones I worked on at about the same time.
ah! me too! haha looking back at them it's kinda like D'oh but some great memories as a kid collecting those.

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jsoto66
Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 9:20:59 PM

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SuperSoldier124 wrote:
should be able to find them for cheap. good luck!

BurningDoom wrote:
Takes me back. One of the first big crossovers I completed on my own as a kid by mowing lawns and building it from the local comic shop. I was obsessed with Venom and Carnage back then.

The Death of Superman and X-Men: Fatal Attractions were the other ones I worked on at about the same time.
ah! me too! haha looking back at them it's kinda like D'oh but some great memories as a kid collecting those.


Yea - that's kinda why I want them now. I was STRICTLY a mutant guy growing up and stayed away from pretty much everything else - and I missed out on the Spidey crazyness back then. I'm looking to catch up now Happy And eventually I'll get around to the Clone Saga. ALL of it!
SuperSoldier124
Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 9:30:04 PM

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man the clone saga spanned for so long... that one'll take ya minute to complete

add me on xbox live and PSN

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