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Carnage

Carnage would see bunch of figures, but most of them would be towards the end of the series. Like Venom, the figures got more deformed as the series progressed. Still, some of the later ones looked very good.

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Carnage


Spider-Man Maximum Carnage - 1994


Spider-Man Series 1 - 1994


Marvel Universe '96 Series 2 - 1996



Carnage's first figure in the Spider-man line would be a great one. The figure features snap on weapon hands, which look very good when attached. The figure itself is decently articulated and has good coloring done on him. He is well articulated like most of the figures in this series.

Figure ability: Snap on weapon hands
Accessories: Symbiote piece, Symbiote axe, Symbiote claw


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Carnage


Spider-Man Web of Steel - 1994





Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Carnage Unleashed


Spider-Man Series 6 - 1996


Marvel Hall of Fame Series 5 - 1997



A second Carnage figure was a lot like the second Venom figure in that he could change to his alter ego and back. Unlike the Venom, the Carnage head is actually a rubber mask that fits over the head. He has detachable hands like the first series Carnage did and is a little more detailed than the old Carnage figure.

Figure ability: Symbiotic limbs
Accessories: Tendril, Pin, Mask, Symbiote axe, Symbiote claw


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Carnage


Spider-Man Web Flyers - 1997



This Carnage figure is much more evil looking than previous one. The Carnage figures would get less and less human as they went on, since that is how he was in the comics. This one is very well done but is a little too brightly colored.

Figure ability: Carnage flyer
Accessories: Clip, Rope, Carnage flyer


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Spider-Carnage


Venom Along Came A Spider - 1997



Spider-Carnage is a decent figure and the only figure of this particular version to date. The figure has a great sculpt but is done in a very dark red transparent plastic which hides some of the detail if not in direct light. The figure has an odd pose that makes it difficult to pose any other way. The figure in the prototype pictures was had a lighter shade of red than the final release.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Aqua Carnage


Spider-Man Web Splashers 3 - 1998



This Carnage is actually a Water Wars Iceman just painted red with a different head/

Figure ability: Water squirting action
Accessories: None


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Carnage


Spider-Man Classics (repaints) 2 packs - 2003



This Carnage is the same as the Web Flyers figure, only painted a bit darker and with actual teeth and green slime like Venom, which Carnage usually isn't drawn with. He comes packaged with Venom.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Carnage


Spider-Man 6'' Classics Series 8 - 2004



Carnage would be the villain of the lineup. The figure is pretty well done, though itís not too spectacular. Heís very articulated in that even his fingers can move. The detail level is good, but something about him looks like he was a Spider-man with the red/black coloring all over him. I suppose thatís how he looks, but I guess I expected more. Still, a good figure though.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Trap sides x4, Trap


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Carnage


Marvel Legends Spider-Man's Fearsome Foes Box Set - 2005



Repaint of Spider-Man Classics Series 8 Carnage with new head.

Figure ability: Articulation
Accessories: Figure base


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Ultimate Carnage


Marvel Select 2005 Figures - 2005





Figure ability: Articulation
Accessories: None

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Last edited by Seril on 2010-07-14 00:00:00
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