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Profiles and photos of G.I. Joe figures from around the world!
It's really tough to pin down the "greatest" year of the vintage Joe line.  Really, there were examples of creativity, quality and ..read more
1986 introduced even more new characters who featured redundant specialties of the earlier Joe team.  Leatherneck was the new marine, ..read more
In the beginning of 1985, I was in competition with a couple of my friends to find the newly released Joes.  At various points, one of us ..read more
Ace was the Joe Team's original fighter pilot.  His white and red uniform defines the character.  But, in 1998, Hasbro updated the figure ..read more
When G.I. Joe was exported to Brazil, most of the major characters went with it.  On the Cobra side, though, the Estrela toy company ..read more
The 1984 Deep Six is a terrible figure.  But, the 1989 repaint is one of the greatest updates to a character that Hasbro produced.  The ..read more
Light blue plastic sucks.  It sucks because, while it can be a useful color to represent things like jeans, it tends to fade, discolor or ..read more
Today is 02/02/2020.  It is the first palindrome day since 11/11/1111, over 900 years ago.  It's one of the weird things that doesn't ..read more
Big Bear was the second entry of the Oktober Guard in the vintage line.  He's a great mold with solid colors and fun gear.  The character ..read more
You can make a strong argument that the first Joe desert figure appeared in 1983 with the tan Grunt repaint.  The 1984 VAMK Mark II ..read more

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