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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby Chopper » 23 Feb 2009 14:08

I didn't think to look at that flyer. Yo Joe list the Steel brigade guy up till 1994, so he'd span both. 2 more vehicles too.

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Re: GI JOE

Postby Dave Tree » 01 Mar 2009 23:26

The Baron wrote: GI JOE - FIGURES

012 Armadillo (Rolling Thunder)
013 Backblast
014 Budo
015 Charbroil
016 Countdown
017 Dee-Jay
018 Deep Six
019 Dodger
020 Downtown
021 Ghost Rider (X-19 Stealth Fighter)
022 Hot Seat (Raider)
023 Light Foot
024 Low Light
025 Muskrat
026 Mutt
027 Recoil
028 Rock 'n' Roll
029 Scoop
030 Shockwave
031 Snake Eyes
032 Spearhead & Max
033 Spirit
034 Stalker


SKY PATROL - FIGURES

005 Airborne
006 Airwave
007 Altitude
008 Drop Zone
009 Skydive
010 Static Line

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TIGER FORCE - FIGURES

001 Blizzard
002 Hit and Run
003 Sneak Peek
004 Tunnel Rat

COBRA - FIGURES

011 Allery Viper
012 Annihilator
013 Destro (Despoiler)
014 Frag-Viper
015 Gnawgahyde
016 HEAT Viper
017 Night Viper
018 Secto Viper (BUGG)
019 Storm Shadow
020 TARGAT
021 Toxo Viper
022 Voltar

and then, after looking up on the carded stuff here, you also have these as UK figure releases:

Ambush
Bullhorn
Capt Grid Iron
Freefall
Laser Viper
Metal Head
Night Creeper
Pathfinder
Rampart
Range Viper
Rock Viper
Salvo
SAW Viper
Stretcher
Sub Zero
Top Side

These all came on the 'flash' backgound blast behind the character, rather than the pixelated version.

Got a few here I can take pics of, but not many.

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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby Chopper » 02 Mar 2009 01:27

Can't wait to see them Indy ;)

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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby Dave Tree » 03 Mar 2009 22:51

only got a couple.... at the mo, but might find more :-)
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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby The Baron » 01 Apr 2009 00:47

Dave, please can you confirm that these are from the final GI Joe era? We are a bit sketchy on details there.
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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby Malcolm Orr » 05 Apr 2009 18:16

Haven't had chance to cross check this yet, but from initial impressions it loos spot on.

Chopper - this is a great find!!!

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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby Red Laser » 05 Apr 2009 21:25

Yojoe.com archives all GI Joe figures and vehicles by year and alphabetically it's always worth a look
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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby Dave Tree » 17 Apr 2009 13:08

Ironblood wrote:Yojoe.com archives all GI Joe figures and vehicles by year and alphabetically it's always worth a look
that is by the domestic US market though isn't it?

The UK had different mixed waves.
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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby Dave Tree » 17 Apr 2009 13:11

The Baron wrote:Dave, please can you confirm that these are from the final GI Joe era? We are a bit sketchy on details there.

I've actually got a few in the car, I'll go take some pics in a mo :-D
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Re: Hasbro UK Releases

Postby Dave Tree » 17 Apr 2009 14:31

Only had 3 in the car, but here you go:

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The Stalker is a nice UK variation, it features the gradiant black and blue, opposed to the US black version (seen here http://www.yojoe.com/action/89/89card/stalker2a.jpg)

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Stetcher series varies too in that they used a 'flash' explosion background, compared to the US still using 'pixelated' explosions (seen here: http://www.yojoe.com/action/90/90card/stretcher.jpg)

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I know I have a few carded Tiger Force figures and a couple of others at home, will take pics so they can be added to the archive.

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