I saw that a lot of people had picked up or said they were going to pick up Toxin...and just wanted to know if it was worth picking up in single issue or if its worth a trade?
That's cuz you guys just jump quickly to do it, without waiting for anything. And Captain does it without even having the issue at hand too.TheManWithoutFear said:I think me and captain are the only ones who like to start discussion threads...
icemastertron said:That's cuz you guys just jump quickly to do it, without waiting for anything. And Captain does it without even having the issue at hand too.
Easy? I wasn't yelling. I was just saying.TheManWithoutFear said:Easy Ice, how could you possibly try to turn a negative spin on creating discussion threads.... all you do is put a "title, issue number, discussion, spoilers" and you get a meaningful discussion going. So what if you don't have the issue or how fast you do it?
UltimateE said:Actually I agree with Ice. That drives me nuts. It's one thing to start a thread asking to have the issue spoiled but it's another to start a thread and leave someone else to start the discussion.
TheManWithoutFear said:Well I never do that...
TheManWithoutFear said:So What is going on in Toxin?
UltimateE said:He's going after King Cobra, who was one of the villains who broke out in New Avengers.
Venom Vs. Carnage introduced Toxin who then appeared in his own series, Toxin, I think.vintsukka said:Is Toxin the same as Venom vs. Carnage that Amazon is selling? It's written by Peter Milligan and the Toxin is mentioned in a review on the site.
Like Pandrio said, Venom vs Carnage is where Toxin was introduced, the offspring from Carnage. Then he had his own mini series, named after himself that was a tie-in to BREAKOUT, the first arc of New Avengers that dealt with the prisoners that broke out of Rykers.vintsukka said:Is Toxin the same as Venom vs. Carnage that Amazon is selling? It's written by Peter Milligan and the Toxin is mentioned in a review on the site.