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 1994 Alley Viper V3 Rundown!


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I have to say i have always loved battle corps. I collected the crap out of these when i was a teenager. At the time it didn't bother me at all that all the weapons were neon colored. I know thats a big turn off to a lot of collectors now, but im not one of those.

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⚡ Kal-El ⚡ wrote:
I have to say i have always loved battle corps. I collected the crap out of these when i was a teenager. At the time it didn't bother me at all that all the weapons were neon colored. I know thats a big turn off to a lot of collectors now, but im not one of those.


Same here. I have a bunch of carded Battle Corps I bought off the shelf, and have picked up a few here and here lately. This one was just kind of cool to me because the figure doesn't match the card art.


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