Thanks to Facebook group ‘Living the Adventure Dios‘, we now have our first look at G.I. Joe Classified Series Titan Class Figures.
These Titan figures (“lovingly” called as Shampoo Bottle Figures) comes with 5-points of articulation and 4 paint applications. Primary market for these figures include low-income as well as pre-school.
Speaking of which, the Titan figures were spotted at retail for $9.99 each.
12 inches in height, the figures are based on the Classified Series aesthetic. This is a common practice at Hasbro since Classified Series act as an Evergreen Concept for the G.I. Joe Franchise. Duke, Storm Shadow, and Snake Eyes are featured as the first wave. Future releases will include Titan Class Movie Snake Eyes and Movie Storm Shadow.
On an interesting note, this is our first look at Storm Shadow in his base Classified Aesthetic.
You can check out the mirrored images, after the jump.
p.s: No ‘Kung-Fu Grip’ on these.
Update: High resolution images added courtesy of Toy Shiz.
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No sir, I don’t like it.
For the little kids this figures are good...
46 Zone says
They might as well sell these with shampoo in them. I bet they would sell more.
That’s just straight up mean.
They are for pre-school kids. They like to bang things on the ground. Might as well not your 6-Inch Classified figures.
This is what you give to kids you don't love.
If my boys ever get these, I'll make the giver apologize and take them back!
(jokes folks! just jokes!)
Toyshiz was indeed credited on my dio page, and the price was corrected from earlier. ( I stand by my statement that a certain extraterrestrial will collect 3 trophies from this lot). But hey, its something for younger kids, and that's always good.
I like them! These are pretty well done for what they are (they're not supposed to be Sideshow substitutes).
J James says
One of my pals has a few sons and they LOVE these figures. They're between 3 and 6. They fight and throw and slam them together. The figures are very solid and build to take abuse. Those boys must have like 40 of them in their living room toy box, mostly Avengers.
Oddly, this same pal of mine told me that he had seen GiJoe Titans back in like August and I didn't believe him (although I didn't tell him so). Seemed to me he might be misidentifying the characters. Could he have actually seen some of these half a year early???
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