Tag Archives: 2004

Great Moments In G.I. Joe History

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2004 Dreadnok Ripper

Dreadnoks are an interesting phenomenon, as they’re both very popular and detested at the same time. One thing that really showed this, was the 2004 Convention set, where the main force in the set were the Dreadnoks. I don’t remember … Continue reading

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Anti Venom Duke (Light Blue)

Over at Forgotten Figures, it’s rarities month, and Mike’s been posting a lot of very interesting items, one of which was the prototype Anti Venom Stretcher. The light blue Anti-Venom set was one of those things that was a common … Continue reading

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2004 Urban Division Scrap Iron

Scrap Iron was one of the early COBRA Operatives, that didn’t get revisited at any point for 20 years, so because of that in the early 2000s people began clamouring for the character.  When Hasbro did a mold swap with … Continue reading

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2004 Cobra Squad Leader (Scarface)

The 2004 TRU COBRA Infantry Forces, was probably one of the few releases post-2000, where Hasbro really knocked it out of the park. They finally decided to listen to the cries of the fanbase for the classic Blue COBRA Trooper, … Continue reading

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2004 Red Ninja Viper

The Red Ninja, ever since it’s first appearance in G.I. Joe #21, has been on fandom’s radar as a potential figure for the G.I. Joe line. The late 90s and early 2000s were littered with yellowed Storm Shadows painted red … Continue reading

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G.I. Joe Pictures

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2004 Storm Shadow

The G.I. Joe revival of the early 2000s began to sputter out by mid-late 2004. Hasbro peaked the line with the 2004 TRU COBRA Infantry 6-pack, and after that Hasbro’s ARAH offerings fell into a pit of mediocrity, where even … Continue reading

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