This was one of the most unique G.I. Joe figures of its time when it was first released in 1986.
Of my collection, Torpedo is one of the oldest. As a result, he’s also one of the action figures I’ve had that’s probably been broken the longest.
Originally released in 1988, Hit & Run was among the last of the G.I. Joe figured I got when I was a kid. But he quickly became one of my favorites.
The choice of Raptor as my first project was a bit of an odd-duck choice.
By the late 1980s, G.I. Joe characters started to get a little silly – a fact highlighted by this bizarre baddie, an accountant-turned-falconer who worked for Cobra in their neverending war with the Joes.