I don’t recall being all that big on Shipwreck back in the day. But I’ve come to appreciate him more as I’ve gotten older.… Read Post
Mutt and Junkyard are together again.
Back in 2014, I posted a short item featuring Mutt. It was just his torso and his legs.
Junkyard had gone missing. He’s a odd one, that Rottweiler. He’s floated around for years. I’d find him in random places, tucked away in a box or somewhere in a sock drawer. Never quite understood why or how that would happen.… Read Post
Joes Reassembled’s Michael Sheridan was a guest on the Joe on Joe podcast to talk Sgt. Slaughter and G.I. Joe episode 86, “Ninja Holiday.”
It’s been a while since I’ve had the opportunity to post on here, but am real excited to share the above video.
I attended the Lehigh Valley Comic Con this past weekend. I always go to that event with an eye for something G.I. Joe. I actually bought a Cobra Commander POP figure there last time. Well, this time I grabbed something a little different.
At one booth I found two blind boxes from The Loyal Subjects. These are just outstandingly design figures with incredible detail, which are modeled after the original character designs of the characters, such as Roadblock, Firefly, Barbecue and more.… Read Post
Name this G.I. Joe character
Some G.I. Joe figures are more challenging to reassemble than others. A few have small parts or accessories that are often the first things to vanish when you first get them.
Barbecue was one such figure. An early favorite of mine, I played with this particular character a lot. He was one of the early, more unique looking Joe figures I can remember owning. I loved him because of the axe. It was just cool.
I couldn’t tell you when his pieces vanished.… Read Post