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GI Joe: 1/6th Snake-Eyes & Timber


Time to bring Medi World's Sideshow section back to life, baby! emoticon

Everyone's favorite OG ninja commando went up for sale about 1.5 hours ago. Go Joe.

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Re: Snake Eyes & Timber 1/6 Set


Love the Timber, but not feeling Snake Eyes for some reason... btw, Femtech, I've gotten back into collecting the 1/18 scale GI Joe figures again. emoticon
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Re: Snake Eyes & Timber 1/6 Set


My fondest memories of toys come from the tiny Joes. Each character was creative, the scale enabled true army building, and the vehicles made battles feel complete. The figures were built solidly enough for full-contact playing, and if they broke, you could utilize them as war casualties. What's more, they went well with numerous other toy lines. When popular movies received the toy treatment, more often than not, I could incorporate them into my G.I. Joe "storylines." Hasbro will always have my thanks for providing me with so many wonderful moments of imagination enacted.

In other words, rock on, Kaido. emoticon emoticon

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Re: Snake Eyes & Timber 1/6 Set


Awesome, same here Femtech. Hasbro Joes are a cheap way for me to fulfil my need to consume. Not only that, but some (some, not all) of these new releases are frickin' cool.

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Definitely. Zombie Viper looks perfect for some Flood-esque army building. I was looking forward to Data Viper, but then he got cancelled. emoticon

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Whoa cool! We'll probably see it come out down the road some time. emoticon
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