Carnage

Carnage may refer to:

Film
  • Carnage (2002 film), a French film
  • Carnage (2011 film), directed by Roman Polanski
  • Twitch of the Death Nerve, a 1971 Mario Bava horror film titled Carnage in the United States
  • Sean Carnage, film director and producer
Music
  • Carnage (band), a Swedish death metal band
  • Carnage the Executioner, a Twin Cities-based Minnesota rapper
  • Carnival of Carnage, the 1992 debut by Insane Clown Posse
  • Carnage (album), a 2004 album by Lair of the Minotaur
Other
  • Carnage (comics), a Marvel comic book supervillain
  • The Carnage Crew, a professional wrestling tag team
  • Carnage UK, an organisation that arranges student parties throughout the UK
  • Carnage Gaming Convention, held in early November in Vermont


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Sean Carnage
... Sean Carnage, born Sean Carney, is a director and producer living in Los Angeles ... He is also a concert promoter, hosting "Sean Carnage Monday Nights" at Pehr Space in Echo Park, Carnage has also hosted his "Monday nights" in the past at Los Angeles ...
Dogs (manga) - Media - Manga
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List Of Spider-Man (1994 TV Series) Characters - Villains - Carnage
... Carnage's creation was orchestrated by the evil demon Dormammu ... Becoming Carnage, he was sent out to capture enough "life energy" from human beings to provide Dormammu the strength to enter our world ... Because of the degree of censorship placed on the show, this version of Carnage was quite noticeably tamer and less violent than his appearances in the comics, merely draining life from his victims ...
List Of Dogs: Bullets & Carnage Chapters
... The chapters of the manga series Dogs Bullets Carnage are written and illustrated by Shirow Miwa and have been serialized in Ultra Jump since its premiere in the magazine's July issue on June 18, 2005 ... The first volume of the Dogs Bullets Carnage series was released on October 19, 2006 and, as of February 18, 2011, six volumes have been released ... Every chapter in the Dogs Bullets Carnage series is released without a title and are given English titles in the tankōbon ...