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« on: July 30, 2012, 09:19:29 PM »

EmeraldWarrior420's Trading List

Please Message Me If Interested

WHAT I HAVE AVAILABLE FOR TRADE:
 
Comic Books

They are adult owned, well-taken care of, and kept in comic bags & boards which I will include with the comics. I'll happily provide more details about the condition of the comics as we get talking and I know what you're interested in.

DC Comics:
-Adventures of Superman #455
-Aquaman (1991) #1
-Batman Annual 6 (Winter 1963-1964) - Coverless, but fully intact.
-Batman: El Hombre Murcielago (Spanish Comic) #459 (1968) (Creases in Cover, yellowed inner pages)
-Blue Devil (1984) #1
-Countdown to Adventure #1-5, 7-8
-Supergirl (2005) #23
-Superman (1987) #55 (Time and Time Again Part VI)
-Tangent Green Lantern #1

Marvel Comics:
-Amazing Spider-Girl #2
-Annihilators: Earthfall #1 & #4
-Deathlok (1991) #25 (Holofoil Cover)
-Hulk (2008) #34 (Planet Red Hulk)
-Marvel Age: Spider-Man: Free Comic Book Day #1
-Marvel Sneak Peaks November 2010, December 2010, January 2011, February 2011
-ROM: Spaceknight (1979) #1
-Sabretooth Classic #9
-Sleepwalker #1
-Spectacular Spider-Man (2003) #1 (Venom issue)
-Squadron Supreme (2008) #1, 3
-Superior Spider-Man #2, 5, 6
-Supreme Power (2003) #1, 9
-Transformers #71 (cover is loose, but included)
-X-Men: The Age of Apocalypse #5 (Mini-Series)

Other:
-Grifter (1995, Image) #2, 3, 8
-Grifter (1996, Image) #11
-Radical: NYCC Edition: February 2009
-Robotech: The Macross Saga #7
-Rune Ashcan (Malibu) #1
-Shadowhawk (1992) #0, 2, 3, 4
-Shadowhawk II #1
-The Shadowhawk Saga Ashcan (Foil Cover)
-Star Trek: Infestation #1 & #2
-Wizard: The Comics Magazine #171: Jessica Alba Cover Edition (Unopened)
-Zealot (1995, Image) #2

Books/Novels:
-The Coming of the Horseclanes by Robert Adams (Paperback, Signet, 1982)
-The Nitpicker's Guide to Star Trek: The Next Generation (Softcover)
-Swords of the Horseclans by Robert Adams (Paperback, Signet, 1976)
-Yarrow by Charles De Lint (Paperback, Ace Fantasy, 1986)

Video Games:

Playstation 1:
-ESPN X Games: Pro Boarder (Disc & Generic Case, Scratched but Tested OK, includes generic case)

PS2:
-Tony Hawk's Project 8 - Disc, Case, Artwork, & Manual

TV Plug-N-Play:
-Spider-Man (Good Cosmetic Condition and Perfect Working order, Battery Compartment Door Intact)

Posters (All are unused and in great condition):

Comic Posters (All have never been used and are kept in good condition):
-Just A Pilgrim (Wizard Magazine)
-The Last Days of American Crime (Radical Comics)
-Platinum Studios 2007 Checklist
-Previews: 20 Years (All Covers Montage)
-Timebomb (Radical Comics)

Two-Sided Comic Posters (All have never been used and are in good condition):
-Side A: Avengers vs. Atlas, Side B: Marvel January 2010 Covers
-Side A: Avengers Origins, Side B: Thor: The Deviants Saga
-Side A: The Avenging Spider-Man #1, Side B: Ultimate Comics

Comic Cards (All in great shape unless otherwise stated):

Full Sets:
-International Spider-Man (1997) (50 Cards) and 1 special card: Devries Masterpieces Spider-Man
-Star Trek 25th Anniversary (1991) (160 Cards)
-Star Trek Master Series I (1993) (90 Cards)

-Batman 1994, Skybox:
#29: Partners, 30: Demon's Head, 32: Equal Justice, 38: Freedom of Madness, 45: Two-Minute Warning, 59: Double Jeopardy, 67: Hostage, 76: Meet Mr. Zsaz

-1992 Marvel Masterpieces:
Promo Card: Psylocke, #4: Black Panther, #22: Elektra, #63: Night Thrasher, #66: Professor X, #67: Phoenix, #86: Storm(crease in card)

-1993 Marvel Masterpieces:
#2: Human Torch, #8: Doctor Strange, #12: Vision

-1994 Marvel Masterpieces:
#19: Captain Universe (bend on bottom left corner), #57: Jack of Hearts (ding on left edge of card), #73: Medusa, #116: Spider-Man 2099 (slight bend on bottom right corner)

-2007 Marvel Masterpieces:
#X4 of 9: Cyclops, Marvel Masterpieces Set 3 Promo Card (Spider-Man Art), Subcasts #2: Iron Man, Subcasts #3: Ghost Rider

-2008 Marvel Masterpieces:
#3: Beast, #6: Bullseye, #10: Cloak, #23: Elektra, #25: Enchantress, #33: Howard The Duck, #37: Invisible Woman, #44: Kingpin, #45: Kraven The Hunter, #49: Medusa, #54: Morbius, #55: Mystique, #63: Pyro, #68: Rocket Racer, #73: The Scorpion, #74: Sebastian Shaw, #75: The Sentinel, #76: Shadowcat, #77: Shanna, #82: Storm, #89: The Watcher

-'95 Flair Marvel Annual:
#60: Scarlet Spider

-Marvel Universe 1993, Skybox:
#21: Cardinal, 42: Nightcrawler, 63: Daredevil, 87: Terror Inc., 96: Hercules, 117: Bishop, 126: Rigellians

-Marvel Universe 1994, Fleer:
#29, 46: Hitman, 53: Vigil, 69, 76: Thunderstrike, 90: Hela 2099, 97: Cyclops, 102: Haven, 114: Rogue, 118: Siena Blaze, 140: Strange, 149: Quicksilver, 151: Thunderstrike, 171: Bloodhawk, 173: Cerebra, 183: Skullfire

-Amazing Spider-Man (1994) Promo Cards:
Spider-Man: Jameson Editorial(crease in card), Kraven(crease in card), Chameleon

-1994 Amazing Spider-Man:
#6: Spider-Signal, #31: Puma (small bend on top left corner), #92: Spider-Man & Silver Sable (slight bends on corners), #111: Spider-Man vs. Kingpin, #113: Spider-Man vs. Doctor Doom, #130: The Origin of Spider-Man Part 3

-Fleer Ultra Spider-Man (1995)-Gold Foil Signature Series:
#2: Annex, #5: Black Cat, #15: Chameleon, #25: Hammerhead, #30: Jackal, #37: Mary Jane, #43: Prowler, #68: Legacy: Spider-Clone, #69: Legacy: Jackal, #71: Legacy: Spider-Slayer, #77: Schemer, #83: Legacy: Venom, #90: Milestones: Captain Universe, #104: The Venom Flows: The Jury, #106: The Venom Flows: Morbius, #126: Team-Up: Scarlet Witch, #129: Unlikely Allies: Green Goblin, #130: Unlikely Allies: The Jury, #132: Unlikely Allies: Man-Thing, #133: Unlikely Allies: Puma, #136: Carnage U.S.A.: Liberty Bell, #137: Carnage U.S.A.: Lincoln Memorial, #138: Carnage U.S.A.: Graceland, #143: Carnage U.S.A.: Wrigely Field, #149: Arachnophobias: Scavenger

Fleer Spider-Man: International (1997):
#1-50 Complete Base Set, Masterpieces #2: Spider-Man-Dave Devries

-Fleer Ultra Spider-Man '97:
#1: Spider-Man, #2: Fortunato, #3: Crown, #8: Shoc, #10: Glory Grant vs. The Zombie, #21: Spider-Man, #34: Prowler, #36: Spider-Man vs. The Vulture, #40: Joe Robertson vs. Dragonfly, #41: Spider-Man, #47: Thunderbolts, #59: Silver Sable, #60: Betty Brant vs. Dreadknight, #66: Kingpin, #75: Spider-Man vs. Dragon Man

-Spider-Man 3 (Based On Movie) (2007):
#62 (Peter Parker Photo)

-Batman: Saga of The Dark Knight (1994):
#29: Dynamic Duo: Partners, #30: Dynamic Duo: Demon's Head (ding on top edge of card), #32: Dynamic Duo: Equal Justice, #38: A Death In The Family: Freedom of Madness, #45: A Death In The Family: Two-Minute Warning, #59: Double Jeopardy, #67: Sword of Azrael: Hostage, #73: Knightfall: Arkham Breakout, #76: Knightfall: Meet Mr. Zsasz

-LOTS of random Marvel Overpower cards including Character Cards and Mission Cards

-Star Wars (1977 Series):
#205: Searching For the Missing Droids, #220: I'm Going to Regret This, #231: Discussing the Death Star's future


Warriors of Plasm:
#95: Praise the Org, #143: Craniallus

Wizard:
#6: Rob Liefeld's Battlestone (Foil Card)

PLEASE MESSAGE ME IF INTERESTED
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« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2012, 11:07:21 PM »

Some Stuff I'm Looking For:

Please message me if interested!

Graphic Novels:
-Avengers: The Crossing
-Avengers Assemble, Vol. 5 (Kurt Busiek)
-Batman: Hush
-Batman: Knightfall (all volumes)
-Batman: Knightquest (all volumes)
-Batman: War on Crime
-Best of Nintendo Comics System
-Best of Star Trek (DC Comics)
-Best of Star Trek: The Next Generation (DC Comics)
-Castlevania: The Belmont Legacy
-Exiles Vol. 1: Down the Rabbit Hole
-Iron Man: The Armor Wars
-Iron Man: Vol. 1: Extremis
-Resident Evil Collection 1
-Resident Evil: Fire and Ice
-Shazam: The Power of Hope
-Superman: Peace on Earth
-Trials of Shazam

DC Comics:
-Action Comics (1938) #595, 642, 651-652, 659, 668, 670, 866-867, 869-870, Annual #6
-Adventures of Superman #431, 446, 461, Annual #6
-All New Collectors' Edition 58 (a.k.a Superman vs. Shazam: Treasury Size)
-All-Star Comics (1940 series, but these issues are after the 70s relaunch) #61, #74
-All-Star Comics: 80-Page Giant
-All-Star Comics: Secret Files and Origins
-All-Star Squadron #47, 51, 53-54
-Aztek #1
-Batman (1940) #402-408, #436-442, #450-451, #457, #465, #495-#496, #499, #501, #503-508, #510-511, #553-#554, #608-619
-Batman: Cataclysm
-Batman: Gotham Knights #1, #47-50
-Batman: Hush (Single-Issues, Trade Paperback, or Hardcover)
-Batman: Vengeance of Bane
-Batman vs. The Incredible Hulk
-Batman: War On Crime
-Booster Gold (1986) #2-3, 6-7, 22-23, 25
-Booster Gold (2007) #17-19, 21, 24, 27-34, 36
-Captain Atom (1987) #24-25, 32-35, 50, 54-56, Annual #2
-Crisis Aftermath: Battle For Bludhaven #5-6
-DC Comics Presents (1978) #33-34, 47, 62
-DC Special: Blue Ribbon Digest #3, 4
-Detective Comics (1937) #625, #659-661, #663-674, #676-678, #719-721
-Green Lantern (1960) #40, 92, 128-129, 131, 134-139, 157, 159, 163-164, 166-167, 169, 171-172, 183-186
-Green Lantern (1990) #44-45, 117, 146-147, 158-161, 175
-Green Lantern Corps (1986) #202, 205, 208-209
-Green Lantern Corps (2006) #3-11
-Green Lantern Corps Quarterly #5, 7-8
-Green Lantern/Superman: Legend of the Green Flame
-Guy Gardner #11 & 14
-Guy Gardner: Collateral Damage #1, 2
-Guy Gadner: Warrior #30-31, 41-44
-Infinity Inc. (1984) #13, 18-19, 27, 30, 32, 35-36, 39, 42-44, Annual #1
-JLA (late-90s thru mid-2000s series) #2-4, 19, 32-33, 43, 47-49
-JLA: Incarnations #1, #3-5
-JLA: The Nail #2
-JLA: Another Nail #1-3
-JLA/JSA Secret Files & Origins
-JSA (1999) #8, 10-16, 23, 54, 63-64, 76, 81, 83-84, 86
-JSA Annual #1 (2000)
-JSA: Strange Adventures: #1-4, 6
-JSA vs. Kobra #1-6
-Justice League of America (original series) #135-137, #258-261
-Justice League America (mid-80s thru mid-90s series) #111-113
-Justice League: Generation Lost #3-7
-Justice Society of America (1991) #3-8
-Marvel Treasury Edition #28 (Superman and Spider-Man)
-Masters of the Universe (1982) #2, #3
-The Power of Shazam! #6, 9, 19, 31, 33, 35, 40-41, 43-46
-Shazam: The Power of Hope
-Star Trek (1984) #7-8, #10-12, #14
-Star Trek: The Next Generation (1988) (Mini-Series) #2-6
-Star Trek: The Next Generation (1989) (Ongoing Series) #47 & #49
-Star Trek: The Next Generation Annual #1
-Starman (1988) #25, 27
-Starman (1994) #39, 57
-Superman (1987) #0, 18, 46, 51, 60, 62, 73, 105, 201, 208, 211-214
-Superman and Spider-Man
-Superman For All Season #1, 3, 4
-Superman: The Man of Steel #0, 97, 100
-Superman: Peace On Earth
-Superman: Secret Origins #2-3, #4, #6
-Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-man
-Superman vs. Shazam: Treasury Size (a.k.a. All New Collectors' Edition #58)
-Trials of Shazam! #4-12

Marvel Comics:
-The Adventures of Cyclops & Phoenix #1-4
-Age of Innocence: The Rebirth of Iron Man
-Amazing Fantasy (1995/1996) #16-18
-Amazing Spider-Girl #0, #1
-Amazing Spider-Man v1 #244-245, 249-251, 296-300, 316-319, 332, 334, 336-339, 346-347, 407, 409, 413, 500, 509-514, 529, 622
-Amazing Spider-Man v2 #36, 45
-Avengers (1968) #125, 348, 352-354, 362, 390-395
-Avengers (1996) #4-5, 8
-Avengers (1998) #42-48, 50-55, 76-81
-Avengers: West Coast #44, 52, 61-64, 89-91, 102
-Blink #2 & #4
-Cable: Blood & Metal #2
-Captain Marvel (1968) #1, 17, 50, 57
-Exiles #1-2, #59-61
-Freddy Krueger's Nightmare On Elm Street #1, 2
-Gargoyles #1 (1995, based on Disney cartoon)
-Green Goblin #12-13
-Halo: Graphic Novel
-Halo: Uprising #1
-Infinity Abyss #1-6
-Iron Man (1968) #225-232, 249-250, 281-282, 319-326
-The Invincible Iron Man (2006) #1-6 (Extremis Storyline)
-Marvel Team-Up (1972) #1
-Marvel Treasury Edition #28 (Superman and Spider-Man)
-Marvel Two-In-One Annual #2
-Marvel Universe: The End #1, 5, 6
-Marvel Zombies v1 #1-4
-New Warriors (90s Series) #61-62, #67
-Nova (1976) #1
-Nova (1994) #4-7, #17-18
-Nova (1999) #1, 7
-Nova (2007) #4-8, 10-12, 17, 23
-Quasar #59-60
-Resident Evil (1996) #1
-Resident Evil (1998) #1-5
-Resident Evil: Code Veronica #1-4
-Sensational Spider-Man v1 #2
-Sensational Spider-Man v2 #29, 39
-Silver Surfer (1987) #1, 3-5, 34, 36, 38, 44-45, 56-57
-Skeleton Warriors #1-4
-Spectacular Spider-Man #1, 178-180, 182, 184, 230
-Spider-Man Family #1
-Spider-Man (1990) #17, 66
-Star Trek (1980) #2-4, #18
-Star Trek: Voyager #4, #11
-Thundercats #1 (Star Comics)
-Thor (vol. 1) #475 (foil cover edition)
-Thor (1998) #2, 25 (foil cover edition), 41, 45, 50, 80-85
-Ultimate Power #2-4
-Venom: Along Came a Spider #1-4
-Venom: Finale #1-3
-Venom: The Hunted #1-3
-Venom: License to Kill #1-3
-Venom: Separation Anxiety #3
-Venom: Sinner Takes All #1-5
-Venom: Tooth and Claw #3
-War of Kings: Darkhawk #1-2
-Warlock (1972) #13-14
-Warlock Chronicles #2-5
-Web of Spider-Man v1 #8, 12, 31-32, 128-129
-West Coast Avengers #44, 52, 61-64, 89-91, 102
-X-Factor (vol. 1) #6, 24-26
-Zombie #1, 3-4

Other:
-Adventures of the Super Mario Bros. #1 (1991)
-The Best of Nintendo Comics System
-Castlevania: The Belmont Legacy #1-5
-Freddy Krueger's Nightmare On Elm Street (Marvel) #1-2
-Gargoyles (2006, Based off of Disney Cartoon) #1
-The Legend of Zelda #1
-Megaman (2003) #1
-Nintendo Comics System Featuring Game Boy #1
-A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Beginning #1, 2 (Innovation)
-Quantum Leap #1
-Real Ghostbusters (1988) #1
-Resident Evil (1996) #1
-Resident Evil (1998) #1-5
-Resident Evil: Code Veronica #1-4
-Sonic the Hedgehog (1992) #1
-Sonic the Hedgehog (1993) #1
-Super Mario Bros. #1 (1990)

Books:
-DC Comics Year-By-Year: A Visual Chronicle
-Game Over: How Nintendo Conquered the World
-Green Lantern: Hero Quest Novel (Justice League of America)
-Halo Encyclopedia
-Halo Graphic Novel
-How To Win At Super Mario Bros.
-Star Trek Vault
-Star Trek Voyager: Distant Shores
-Main Event: WWF in the Raging 80s
-Wizard Comic Book Price Guide Annual 1996

Magazines:
-Electronic Gaming Monthly (80s & 90s issues)
-Freddy Krueger's Nightmare On Elm Street (Marvel) #1-2
-Game Informer (80s & 90s issues)
-GamePro (80s & 90s issues)
-Game Player's Magazines
-Nintendo Power Most Issues Between #1-100
-Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine (Any)
-Official U.S. Playstation Magazine (90s Issues)
-Sega Vision (Any)
-Wizard Comic Book Price Guide Annual 1996

Please message me if interested!
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« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2012, 08:31:10 AM »

Rats!  I wish I had known you wanted those Annihilation comics earlier.  I sold all mine in eBay last year!
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« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2012, 10:20:10 PM »

Nearly all of my X-Men and X-Titles are now gone, and there was a lot! Get what you can while there's still something left!
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« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2013, 05:51:15 PM »

Contest of Champions II #1-5 and Captain Marvel (v.1) #29 are both gone, now. Get the rest while you can!

I'm also adding full sets (base set, not specials) of the following comic card sets to the trade list:

-International Spider-Man (1997) (50 Cards) and 1 special card: Devries Masterpieces Spider-Man
-Star Trek 25th Anniversary (1991) (160 Cards)
-Star Trek Master Series I (1993) (90 Cards)
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« Reply #5 on: July 21, 2013, 10:32:48 AM »

I'm focusing on metal/rock CDs right now. I'm willing to trade games and comics for metal CDs. Anything you see on either list in this thread (both on page 1) is tradable for CDs. (And please don't try and offer me burned copies.)

What I'm looking for in Metal/Rock CDs:

-3 Inches of Blood - Fire Up the Blades
-AC/DC - Who Made Who
-AC/DC - For Those About To Rock We Salute You
-A.F.I. - Black Sails In the Sunset
-Amon Amarth - Fate of Norns
-Amon Amarth - Twilight of the Thunder God
-Amon Amarth - Surtur Rising
-Amorphis - Eclipse
-Amorphis - Silent Waters
-Amorphis - Circle
-Calabrese (Any Album)
-Children of Bodom (Any Album except Hate Crew Deathroll)
-Cinderella - Night Songs
-Cinderella - Long Cold Winter
-Cinderella - Greatest Hits
-Cinderella - 20th Century Masters
-Dark Tranquility (Any Album)
-Def Leppard - Pyromania
-Def Leppard - Hysteria
-Def Leppard - The Vault
-Disarmonia Mundi (Any Album)
-Disturbed - The Sickness
-Disturbed - Believe
-Fear Factory - Digimortal
-Fear Factory - Archetype
-God Forbid - Constitution of Treason
-Guns 'N Roses - Appetite For Destruction
-Guns 'N Roses - Greatest Hits
-Iced Earth - Glorious Burden
-Iced Earth - Dystopia
-In Flames - Soundtrack to Your Escape
-In Flames - Reroute to Remain
-In This Moment (Any Album)
-Insomnium (Any Album)
-Iron Maiden - Killers
-Iron Maiden - Number of the Beast
-Iron Maiden - Somewhere In Time
-Iron Maiden - Edward the Great
-Iron Man 2 Soundtrack (AC/DC)
-Killswitch Engage - The End of Heartache
-KISS - Psycho Circus
-KISS - Double Platinum
-KISS - Greatest Hits
-Lordi - Monsteramerican Dream
-Lordi - Arockalypse
-Lordi - Get Heavy
-The Lost Boys Soundtrack
-Megadeth - Peace Sells...But Who's Buying?
-Megadeth - Rust In Peace
-Megadeth - Cryptic Writings
-Megadeth - Endgame
-Megadeth - Thirteen
-Megadeth - Super Collider
-Metallica - Kill 'Em All
-Metallica - Re-Load
-Metallica - Garage Inc.
-Metallica - Death Magnetic
-Misfits - Famous Monsters
-Misfits - American Psycho
-Monsters of Rock (Original or Platinum version)
-Motley Crue - Too Fast For Love
-Motley Crue - Shout At The Devil
-Motley Crue - Theater of Pain
-Motley Crue - Girls, Girls, Girls
-Motley Crue - Greatest Hits
-Motley Crue - 20th Century Masters
-Mudvayne - The End of All Things To Come
-Mudvayne - Lost & Found
-Nightwish - Imaginarium
-Ozzy Osbourne - Diary of a Madman
-Ozzy Osbourne - Bark At the Moon
-Ozzy Osbourne - The Ozzman Cometh
-Pantera - Metal Magic
-Pantera - Power Metal
-Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power
-Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime
-Queensryche - Empire
-Ratt - Out of the Cellar
-Ratt - Invasion of Privacy
-Ratt - Ratt & Roll
-Resident Evil: Apocalypse Soundtrack
-Scar Symmetry - Holographic Universe
-Scar Symmetry - Dark Matter Dimensions
-Scorpions - Greatest Hits
-Scorpions - 20th Century Masters
-Shadows Fall (Any Album)
-Tool - Undertow
-Tool - Lateralus
-Times of Grace - Hymn of A Broken Man
-Trivium - Shogun
-Trivium - In Waves
-Type 'O Negative - Least Worst Of
-W.A.S.P. (Self-Titled)
-W.A.S.P. - The Last Command
-W.A.S.P. - The Crimson Idol
-Wintersun (Self-Titled)
-Wintersun - Time, I
-Year 200X - We Are Error
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« Reply #6 on: July 22, 2013, 09:00:43 AM »

(And please don't try and offer me burned copies.)

 Cheesy

I have a few of these that I am willing to let go. Let me see if I can find them. (No EXTREME on your list? First two albums rocked ... but are kinda "silly" and overly playful)

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« Reply #7 on: July 22, 2013, 09:27:03 AM »

QUEENSRYCHE - PROMISED LAND?
TESTAMANT - SOULS OF BLACK?
GUNS AND ROSES - USE YOUR ILLUSION 1?

If I send what I have, after I get through searching, you're taking METALLICA - LOAD even if you already have it or don't want it. I am getting that earpocolypse out of my home. Not sure how it even got into my house. On the flip side of that, I just can't send my METLLICA - KILL 'EM ALL as it is before they signed with Elektra. That's a keeper

EDIT - And that request for Crue's TOO FAST FOR LOVE ... did they do a re-release on that or are you talking about the original 5,000 or so copy run? The only thing I have ever heard from that album was when Pretty Boy Floyd did a cover of Too Fast For Love. Oh it was horrible ... good, but horrible. Ahhh memories ... haha
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« Reply #8 on: July 22, 2013, 10:12:25 AM »

QUEENSRYCHE - PROMISED LAND?
TESTAMANT - SOULS OF BLACK?
GUNS AND ROSES - USE YOUR ILLUSION 1?

If I send what I have, after I get through searching, you're taking METALLICA - LOAD even if you already have it or don't want it. I am getting that earpocolypse out of my home. Not sure how it even got into my house. On the flip side of that, I just can't send my METLLICA - KILL 'EM ALL as it is before they signed with Elektra. That's a keeper

EDIT - And that request for Crue's TOO FAST FOR LOVE ... did they do a re-release on that or are you talking about the original 5,000 or so copy run? The only thing I have ever heard from that album was when Pretty Boy Floyd did a cover of Too Fast For Love. Oh it was horrible ... good, but horrible. Ahhh memories ... haha

Thanks a lot! What do you want for that stuff?

This is what I'm referring to with Motley Crue - Too Fast For Love:

http://www.amazon.com/Too-Fast-Love-Motley-Crue/dp/B001EN1R2M/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1374512957&sr=8-1&keywords=motley+crue+too+fast+for+love

And if there was only 5,000 copies pressed, then it must not be too sought after. Amazon is selling it for $8.99 in brand-new condition. I hadn't heard of that, if that's the case. But I was also in diapers when the album came out.

And I do already have Metallica - Load. Certainly not as good as the first 5 albums, but still not bad. And definitely not as terrible as St. Anger was.
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« Reply #9 on: July 22, 2013, 11:03:58 AM »

Shit, showing my age and lack of ability to retain memory ... Yes, that TOO FAST FOR LOVE album is NOT the one I was thinking of. The album in question was titled TOAST OF THE TOWN (and Pretty Boy Floyd did a cover of that, not Too Fast). If you can find that ToTT CD, you have something.
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And while I loath LOAD, I never purchased St. ANGER, after listening to the radio release of that one song. I have heard it is indeed the worst album.

Okay, other than those 3 I questioned you about, I was able to find more, but some I just can't get rid of. However I did find a few I can part with due to overuse or lack of use and I had a couple doubles as well. Here is what I have that I can send (on top of those 3 from earlier):

METALLICA - LOAD (as part of the deal  Grin)
SKID ROW - SKID ROW
SKID ROW - SLAVE TO THE GRIND
PANTERA - COWBOYS FROM HELL
PANTERA - REINVENTING THE STEEL
PANTERA - THE GREAT SOUTHERN TRENDKILL
and
SAIGON KICK - Just throwing this out there as an extra. Not sure if you have heard of them or like them, but they are .... kinda weird. I like the album, but you may not, but it is like ... Metaphysical, harmonious metal. Hard to explain. HA.
 Cheesy

Kinda pissed off as I know I have tons more that I can't find, like all of my W.A.S.P , CELTIC FROST and SCORPIONS (I really want to hear Blackout by the Scorps right now) to name a few, but I have no idea where they could be. Oh well ...



EDIT - To further prove my memories ineptitude, the Crue's recording was STICK TO YOUR GUNS, containing the song TOAST OF THE TOWN.
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« Reply #10 on: July 22, 2013, 11:09:07 AM »

Shit, showing my age and lack of ability to retain memory ... Yes, that TOO FAST FOR LOVE album is NOT the one I was thinking of. The album in question was titled TALK OF THE TOWN (and Pretty Boy Floyd did a cover of that, not Too Fast). If you can find that ToTT CD, you have something.
 Wink

And while I loath LOAD, I never purchased St. ANGER, after listening to the radio release of that one song. I have heard it is indeed the worst album.

Okay, other than those 3 I questioned you about, I was able to find more, but some I just can't get rid of. However I did find a few I can part with due to overuse or lack of use and I had a couple doubles as well. Here is what I have that I can send (on top of those 3 from earlier):

METALLICA - LOAD (as part of the deal  Grin)
SKID ROW - SKID ROW
SKID ROW - SLAVE TO THE GRIND
PANTERA - COWBOYS FROM HELL
PANTERA - REINVENTING THE STEEL
PANTERA - THE GREAT SOUTHERN TRENDKILL
and
SAIGON KICK - Just throwing this out there as an extra. Not sure if you have heard of them or like them, but they are .... kinda weird. I like the album, but you may not, but it is like ... Metaphysical, harmonious metal. Hard to explain. HA.
 Cheesy

Kinda pissed off as I know I have tons more that I can't find, like all of my W.A.S.P , CELTIC FROST and SCORPIONS (I really want to hear Blackout by the Scorps right now) to name a few, but I have no idea where they could be. Oh well ...



Awesome! Now the question is, what do want for them? If you were hoping for cash, sorry, my money is a little tied up at the moment, which is why I was looking to trade.

If you were looking for anything in particular that you don't see on my trade list, you can shoot me a wishlist, too. I have a TON of stuff from DC & Marvel from the early 80s through today. Plus a bunch of Star Trek comics. And a little of the early 90s Image stuff.

I've heard of Saigon Kick, but I don't think I've ever actually heard them. 80s rock band, right?
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« Reply #11 on: July 22, 2013, 11:12:01 AM »

I don't want anything, man.  Smiley I mean, if you can shoot me $2 or $3 bucks for shipping that's cool, if not I can still send them, but I have to wait until I get a few bucks myself. No biggie, they aren't going anywhere.
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« Reply #12 on: July 22, 2013, 11:36:53 AM »

I don't want anything, man.  Smiley I mean, if you can shoot me $2 or $3 bucks for shipping that's cool, if not I can still send them, but I have to wait until I get a few bucks myself. No biggie, they aren't going anywhere.


For real?

How about at least $10?
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« Reply #13 on: July 22, 2013, 11:41:22 AM »

Seriously, my man, I'm more than happy to give them to ya. Again, if you want to throw just a couple bucks to cover the shipping I have no problem at all sending these to you. Or, as I said, I can send them at a later time when I get my account a little more stable and can afford the couple bucks to cover the shipping.
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It's all good. That's how we roll here.  Cool
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« Reply #14 on: July 22, 2013, 11:59:39 AM »

Seriously, my man, I'm more than happy to give them to ya. Again, if you want to throw just a couple bucks to cover the shipping I have no problem at all sending these to you. Or, as I said, I can send them at a later time when I get my account a little more stable and can afford the couple bucks to cover the shipping.
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It's all good. That's how we roll here.  Cool

Where should I send it to?
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