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Hasbro Reveals New G.I. JOE Classified

YO JOE! In celebration of #YoJOEJune, Hasbro conducted the first-ever G.I. JOE Pulse Fan First Friday today, revealing even more fan-favorite characters from the iconic brand that will join the new G.I. JOE Classified Series. Fans received a first look at the brand new Gung HoRed Ninja, Arctic Storm Shadow, and Profit Director Destro action figures. In addition, new details surrounding the highly anticipated G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander action figure were revealed, with both the original version and Regal Variant versions available for pre-order today.

For G.I. JOE fans new and old, the G.I. JOE Classified Series line of actions figures captures the pulse-pounding excitement of G.I. JOE in a 6-inch scale. Here is a list of G.I. JOE Classified Series actions figures that were featured today including pricing, timing and availability:

G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander Action Figure

(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: November 1, 2020)

*Collectible package custom artwork from Dan Mumford

Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EDT at Hasbro Pulse and participating retailers

G.I. Joe Classified Series Cobra Commander Regal Variant Light Blue Action Figure

(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: December 15, 2020)

*Collectible package custom artwork from Dan Mumford

Pre-orders begin on June 26, 2020 at 1PM EDT at Hasbro Pulse 

G.I. JOE Classified Series Gung Ho Action Figure

(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: November 1, 2020)

*Collectible package custom artwork from James Paick

Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EDT at Hasbro Pulse and participating retailers

G.I. JOE Classified Series Red Ninja Action Figure

(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: November 1, 2020)

*Collectible Package custom artwork from Furio Tedeschi

Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EDT at Hasbro Pulse and participating retailers

G.I. JOE Classified Series Profit Director Destro Action Figure

(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $24.99 / Available: October 1, 2020)

*Collectible package custom artwork from James White

Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EDT at Hasbro Pulse and Big Bad Toy Store

G.I. JOE Classified Series Arctic Mission Storm Shadow Action Figure *AMAZON EXCLUSIVE*

(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: October 1, 2020)

*Collectible package custom artwork from Melita Curphy

 Pre-orders begin June 26, 2020 at 1PM EDT exclusively at Amazon.com.

In addition to these newly revealed figures, fans can pre-order exclusive G.I. JOE products at Gamestop (Cobra Commander Helmet and Snake Eyes Helmet) and Symbiote Studios (Timber Silence Shirt).

Hasbro Launches Yo Joe! Kicking Off Their New G.I. Joe Classified Figures

YO JOE! With the highly-anticipated new G.I. JOE Classified Series action figure line arriving next week, Hasbro has kicked off its YO JOE! June campaign with the launch of a brand new G.I. JOE site to share the latest and greatest from the iconic brand and celebrate its 56 year history. In addition, fans can now follow G.I. JOE on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

The new G.I. JOE site packs a punch with everything you need to know about the elite team fighting for a better world and its nemesis criminal organization Cobra. Fans can learn more about their favorite characters by unlocking classified files, as well as get updates on G.I. JOE entertainmentcomics, and games.

The site also features the latest G.I. JOE products available, including the G.I. JOE Classified Series launching on July 1. The Classified Series evolves classic characters fans know and love into a highly articulated 6-inch scale with premium deco and details, and includes characters like Duke, Scarlett, Roadblock, Destro, Cobra Commander, Snake Eyes, and more. 

For even more exciting reveals, tune in to the first-ever G.I. JOE Fan First Friday on the Hasbro Pulse Facebook page on June 26, 2020 at 12:30pm EDT.

Preview: G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #272

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #272

(W) Larry Hama (A) Robert Atkins (CA) Netho Diaz
In Shops: Jun 17, 2020
SRP: $3.99

“SNAKE HUNT” Part 7! Cobra Commander wants a Snake Eyes of his own. The Joes have other ideas. It’ll take two armies to settle this dispute! It’s all hands on deck for both G.I. JOE and Cobra as living legend Larry Hama and fan-favorite artist Netho Diaz continue this massive 10-issue event… featuring EVERY SINGLE MEMBER OF G.I. JOE! There’s no halftime break in this contest, folks! All action, all the time!

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #272

Cobra Commander Comes to G.I. Joe Classified

G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander Action Figure

(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: September 15, 2020)

YO JOE! G.I. JOE explodes into a larger-than-life era with brand new 6-inch scale figures, evolving classic characters fans know and love into a highly articulated 6-inch scale with premium deco and details. The G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander Action Figure features a classic design updated to bring the iconic Cobra leader into the modern era. The figure comes ready for action, with multiple points of articulation making it highly poseable and accessories inspired by the character’s rich history, including his signature sword. The G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander collectible package will also make a mark on shelves, featuring display-worthy custom artwork from Dan Mumford. 

For G.I. JOE fans new and old, the G.I. JOE Classified Series line of actions figures captures the pulse-pounding excitement of G.I. JOE in a 6-inch scale. The G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander Action Figure will be available through a special drop only on NTWRK on June 18, 2020 at 8PM EDT and will be available at most major toy retailers on September 15, 2020.

Fans can also tune in to the first-ever G.I. JOE Fan First Friday on the Hasbro Pulse Facebook page on June 26, 2020 at Noon EDT for more exciting reveals.

Preview: G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #271

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #271

(W) Larry Hama (A/CA) Robert Atkins
In Shops: Jun 03, 2020
SRP: $3.99

“SNAKE HUNT” Part 6! We’re at the midpoint, and the thrills are just getting started! Cobra Commander wants a Snake Eyes of his own. The Joes have other ideas. It’ll take two armies to settle this dispute! It’s all hands on deck for both G.I. Joe and Cobra as living legend Larry Hama and fan-favorite artist Robert Atkins continue their massive 10-issue event… featuring EVERY SINGLE MEMBER OF G.I. JOE! There’s no halftime break in this contest, folks! All action, all the time!

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #271

Preview: G.I. Joe #6

G.I. Joe #6

(W) Paul Allor (A/CA) Chris Evenhuis
In Shops: May 27, 2020
SRP: $3.99

A mission to smuggle vital intelligence to Free Canada goes sideways when Fadeaway confronts someone from her past working in Cobra! The bonds of friendship are tested when lives are at stake!

The world of G.I. Joe expands in this turning point issue!

G.I. Joe #6

G.I. JOE Classified Series Snake Eyes Action Figure Gets a Regular Release this July

After kicking off Hasbro‘s new G.I. Joe: Classified line of figures with a special deluxe edition release, Snake Eyes is getting another release in the regular figure packaging. Check out the details below.

G.I. JOE Classified Series Snake Eyes Action Figure

(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: July 1, 2020)

The G.I. JOE Classified Series Snake Eyes Action Figure features a classic design updated to bring the iconic hybrid ninja-commando, a natural born fighter with abilities that border on the supernatural, into the modern era. The figure comes ready for action, with multiple points of articulation making it highly poseable and accessories inspired by the character’s rich history, including the ninja’s signature katana. The G.I. JOE Classified Series Snake Eyes Action Figure collectible package will also make a mark on shelves, featuring display-worthy custom artwork from Tracie Ching.

The G.I. JOE Classified Series Snake Eyes Action Figure will be available at most major toy retailers and now available for pre-order on Hasbro Pulse and Entertainment Earth.


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Mondo Delivers 8 New 1000-piece Puzzles to Pass the Time

Mondo, producers of some of the most sought after collectible posters in the world, is thrilled to now offer fans a second chance at owning some of their favorites in the form of premium 1000-piece puzzles.

Mondo’s new “Puzzle Party” collection — 8 brand new puzzles featuring artist-created posters — are available for pre-order now at MondoShop.com along with Mondo’s previous selection of games and puzzles which are available for immediate shipping. Each of the 8 puzzles retail for $20.

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER / art by Rory Kurtz

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER / art by Rory Kurtz

DIE HARD / art by 100% Soft

DIE HARD / art by 100% Soft

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS / featuring iconic art from the D&D archives

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS / featuring iconic art from the D&D archives

G.I. JOE: COBRA WANTS YOU! / art by Jason Edmiston

G.I. JOE: COBRA WANTS YOU! / art by Jason Edmiston

GREMLINS / art by Matt Ryan Tobin

GREMLINS / art by Matt Ryan Tobin

HOME ALONE / art by DKNG

HOME ALONE / art by DKNG

JURASSIC PARK / art by Francesco Francavilla

JURASSIC PARK / art by Francesco Francavilla

THE IRON GIANT / art by DKNG

THE IRON GIANT / art by DKNG

Destro Gets a G.I. Joe: Classified Figure

Yo Joe! Hasbro‘s revamped G.I. Joe figure line, G.I. Joe: Classified is getting a villain in Destro!

The 6-inch figure comes with multiple accessories and is ready to cause problems for the Joes.

You can pre-order the figure now.

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Super-Articulate: A Few Post-Game Thoughts on Toy Fair 2020

As anyone paying much attention knows, Toy Fair International stormed through New York last week. It also doesn’t take much effort to declare Hasbro the big winner. But I did want to take a look at a few fan relevant properties, offer some thoughts, and solicit opinions.

Star Wars: Preview day clearly belonged to The Child, aka Baby Yoda. The toys were all over the media, including Good Morning America. With The Mandalorian a hit and the littlest Jedi its break-out star, this was probably the easiest sell of the show. It makes sense that Hasbro would put effort into the differing scales targeted at kids at this particular moment; the advent of The Child and the return of Clone Wars makes that an easy position to take.

I also think that we expected some kind of Empire Strikes Back anniversary initiative. The rumored Black Series Snowspeeder showed up and looks awesome; I’m glad that Hasbro isn’t afraid to get into the big vehicles. In terms of Star Wars, I only had two let-downs, but they’ll probably be addressed at SDCC and other venues. And those are . . . 1) I wanted to see a new Black Series Ahsoka and 2) I wanted to see more Black Series Mandalorian characters, like The Armorer, Greef Karga, and Kuiil. I have spoken.

G.I. Joe Classified: Again, another rumor comes true as the Joes finally get a highly-detailed 6-inch line. The initial Snake-Eyes offering looks simply incredible. I know that reaction has been mixed on Roadblock, Duke, and Scarlett in terms of costume choices, but I think they look great. Now give me Storm Shadow, please.

Ghostbusters: I love everything they’re doing here. They’re committed to fans of both the films and the cartoons while offering choices for kids and adult collectors. The 6-inch Plasma Series looks outstanding, and the inclusion of a BAF Terror Dog makes complete sense. Well-done all the way around.

Marvel Legends: Again, I’m not surprised that Hasbro didn’t show us the entire year of product. However, they did show A LOT of product. Anyone that’s ever read me for any period of time knows that I’m elated that the First Appearance Storm is happening. That was my big winner, along with Nimrod. Things that the ML line is doing right: the stand-alone deluxe figures, embracing the Fox movie figures, the slow but certain inclusion of characters needed to complete teams (Rage, Mach-1, etc.), the Hasbro Pulse “army builders,” and a commitment to figures from specific eras or stories (Old Man Hawkeye, X-Men Legacy Rogue, etc.). And incidentally, that pinless tech on the sculpts sounds like a great thing. My only real complaints here amount to “What about Figure X?” or “When do see Assortment Y?” Which, really, aren’t complaints.

McFarlane Toys: I feel like McFarlane is back in a big way, even if they never left. The bulk of this, of course, is their substantial roll-out of DC product. From the looks of it, they’re going to continue to lean in with films, comics, and video games for DC, which is wise. I would have liked to have seen some more characters at the show than Batman/Wonder Woman, but there’s obviously a lot of time left in the year. The Mortal Kombat figures looked good, and the upgrade to the original six Spawn figures is a great idea. Not so sure about the Kickstarter component of that, but it WILL get the characters back in the public eye on the back of last year’s massive comic sales spike for the anniversary.

All right, gang. Let’s hear what you thought.

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