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Check out high-res images of G.I. Joe Collectors Club membership figure Cross Country.
His real name is Robert M. Blais, and his rank is that of sergeant E-5. Cross-Country was born in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Cross-Country’s primary military specialty is armor, and his secondary military specialty is heavy equipment operator. His father was a bulldozer operator, and his mother drove a grader, therefore he had a natural affinity for heavy machinery, coupled with an uncanny sense of direction and fearlessness under fire.
Check out all the new G.I. Joe Cross Country images after the jump. [Read more…]
Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s time to check those mail boxes as your fellow Hisstank.com forum members have begun to advise that they’ve received their carded Cross Country Figure from the G.I.Joe Collectors Club! You may recall that the GIJCC provided pre-orders for a carded version of Cross Country, as he is also the Club Incentive Figure for this year and will be arriving in bagged form as well.
Now for the not-so-great news: There’s been no signed of the bagged version as of yet and members are already noting crushed bubbles and bent card backs.
Have you received your G.I.Joe Collectors Club Cross Country figure yet? Sound off on the Hisstank.com forums! [Read more…]
The image shows us the display of the carded Joe Colton and Cross Country figures available at the show. The Joe Colton figure is also a part of the 12″ Box Set, where as Cross Country represent this year’s G.I.Joe Club Incentive Figure.
Will you be adding either of these to your collection? Join us after the break to talk all things JoeCon 2014! [Read more…]
The GIJCC has received the final approved sample of our 2014 Cross-Country membership figure. This FREE figure will be bagged along with accessories and file card and mailed out in the late spring to club members that select the 3 3/4-inch figure option.
Check out the images and info for Cross-Country after the jump! [Read more…]