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Força Fera Grey Snake Eyes (Red Laser’s Army)

There was an exclusive set based on various Foreign concepts, that was produced by Red Laser’s Army, but designed and sold through another avenue. To me, some of the figures were trying too hard, others were quite cool, and a … Continue reading

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Black Legion Guard (Black Major)

I’m going to be honest, there’s a few figures in the G.I. Joe line I’ve never owned. Probably the most ridiculous and glaring omission is the 1985 Crimson Guard. In fact, until the Black Major Siegie, I don’t think I’d … Continue reading

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1983 Torpedo

1983 allowed for Hasbro to move beyond the green army man part of the first year, and branch into some other theatres, while still remaining firmly planted in a realistic military vision. Torpedo was the first Naval entrant into the … Continue reading

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2018 Black Major COBRA Mortal

Unique foreign concepts have been one of the most drawn upon wells since the early 2000s. It makes sense, they’re already in existence, usually the ones chosen are going to fit into the American G.I. Joe fairly seemlessly, and they … Continue reading

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Funskool Clutch

  Once in a while, you catch a goddamn break. 2019 hasn’t been the hottest of years so far, and I recently was trying to kill some time, so I went to the Farmers Market, which I know if I … Continue reading

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Shadow Tracker (2018 Red Laser’s Army)

G.I. Joe’s modern error didn’t provide much in the way of memorable new characters, which is reasonable for a thing that was a nostalgia based exercise. There were a few new characters, though, most of them were dudes wearing balaclavas, … Continue reading

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Ripper

  As G.I. Joe progressed, more and more aspects that weren’t quite STRICT MILITARY REALISM, found there way into the line. The first major aspect was the Dreadnoks, a biker gang that hung around with Zartan and worked for COBRA … Continue reading

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