Here are some images of Kotobukiya’s Bishoujo Series Scarlett and The Baroness statues fresh from SDCC!
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The long awaited The Joy of Joe is now available to purchase in print and digitally. This compilation was the brainchild of Jim Beard (with Justin Bell and Bill Nedrow) and features essays from thirty of the brand’s most ardent fans. Go grab yours right now.
For well over fifty years the joy that kids feel for G.I. Joe, Hasbro’s toy phenomenon, stands as nothing short of amazing. Few other creations can boast of such an enduring love from fans of all ages across the globe.
Fall in with thirty such fans as they tell tales of childhoods marching alongside Joe through action and adventure, creating memories that have lasted lifetimes. THE JOY OF JOE will amuse you and touch your heart!
Featuring essays by Paul Kupperberg, Fabian Nicieza, Jerry Ordway, Dave West, Alan Porter, and many more!
I wanted to start this weekend off with a trip down memory lane and try to counter some of the awful news about the closing of Toys R Us. So let’s hear it Tankers… what were your favorite retail stores that you got your Joe or Cobra fix from?
Introducing the Whatnot G.I. Joe Super Deformed figures and Vehicles that are 4.5 inches tall and 2.5 inches tall, are fully articulated and poseable and come with accessories, which are usually the weapon they are known for.
Check out all the new images after the jump.
Back in 2007 we all got to see some wonderful images online and in magazines of a new line of GI Joe action figures. I personally remember seeing Snake Eyes and was super excited to learn more.
Initially we got two 5-packs, one Cobra and one GI Joe. Packaged in a beautiful box with either a Cobra or GI Joe logo music box, precut file cards, tons of accessories and figure stands.
We all soon discovered that with removable heads, body parts, and accessories, these became a customizer’s dream! They enabled us to tweak our figures to our individual liking and then be able to share our customs and collections online.
Soon after came yet another awesome 5-pack, featuring more Cobra baddies and then a series of carded figures with ARAH inspired art with characters like Beachhead, Flint and Shipwreck… the rest is history.
Tell us your 25th Anniversary story after the jump.
Based on the critically acclaimed maxiseries comic by John Barber and Tom Scioli, Kidrobot and Hasbro have teamed up to bring two of the world’s most recognizable franchises to life with the Transformers vs. G.I. Joe capsule series. Stylized as an homage to Jack Kirby and the Silver Age of Comic Books, this series mashes up earth’s favorite action heroes and those futuristic aliens that are more than meets the eye. Get ready to jump down the rabbit hole, and strap in for a wild sci-fi ride. Collect them all today, and get ready for a battle for the ages!
Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Mini-Figure Series Display Box:
- It’s Transformers vs. G.I. Joe!
- Mini-figures based on the critically acclaimed maxiseries comic.
- Stylized as an homage to Jack Kirby and the Silver Age of Comic Books.
- Display box contains 24 randomly selected mini-figures.
The series also offers enamel pins, key chains and medium sized vinyl figures of Cobra Commander and Megatron! Check out the listings from Entertainment Earth below.
- Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Enamel Pin Series Display Box
- Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Mini-Figure Series Display Box
- Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Megatron 7-Inch Vinyl Figure
- Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Cobra Commander Medium Vinyl Figure
- Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Key Chain Display Tray
- Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Mini-Figure Series Random 4-Pack
- Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Key Chain Random 4-Pack
- Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Enamel Pin Series Random 4-Pack
Our friends from Prime 1 Studio were in attendance at Wonder Festival, where they had their upcoming G.I.Joe Scarlett and Destro statues on display. We’ve mirrored a few images from their Instagram account here with you.
As you can see, both Scarlett and Destro are fully painted and look absolutely fantastic. Will you be adding either of these statues to your collection?
IDW artist John Royle stopped by to show off some awesome new art that he worked on from G.I. Joe #242
Just when things seem back to normal for the Joes – well, as normal as things can get for our heroes, nefarious forces once again plot their doom! Who will step up this time to face off against the latest threat to justice, freedom, and liberty?
Make sure to check out John Royle on Instagram
Check out this amazing G.I.Joe 35th Anniversary Print by Scott West of Weststudio3! The artwork depicts all of the awesome G.I.Joe & Cobra characters that debuted in 1982, including the Missile Command Center! The 11X17 prints are signed and numbered to 82 for $20.
There’s also a G.I. Joe 35th Anniversary Mickey Mouse Variant print! There’s only 35 of these available. Changes include Zap’s double-handled bazooka and of course Cobra Commander’s rare “Mickey Mouse” logo on his chest. The variant will cost you $30 and is signed and numbered to 35.
Shipping is $10 which includes tracking and insurance. No extra charge for multiple prints shipped together.
You can find both prints in Scott’s Etsy store –
If you don’t have an Etsy account, you can Paypal Scott directly at email@example.com. Please specify which print, the quantity, and your address in the notes section to help Scott keep track of your order.
Will you be adding one or both of these awesome prints to your collection? Have you already done so? Sound off after the break!