Slowly but surely I’m making my way through the first wave of G.I. Joe: Pursuit of Cobra figures.
Already I’ve got Alley-Viper, Duke, and Beachhead posted, and now I’ve added Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow, and Snow Job. I believe that just leaves Cobra Commander and Firefly, and with my HasbroToyShop order shipping this past weekend, I should be able to get those posted as well.
Just because I’m anal retentive, too, I may move the Beachhead review to pre-production and do my own production level review as well. Hawkwinter did a fantastic job, but I love Beachhead so much I’m itching to get a review in there as well.
Anyway, check out the Pursuit of Cobra Review Page to check out all of the PoC reviews posted to date!
There isn’t a whole lot of new information on it, but I’ve launched the G.I. Joe: Renegades SuperPage. Basically gathered all of the assorted video and images together, as well as details about the production team, etc…
As launch day gets closer, expect more detailed information and as the series gets underway, I will be launching a full-blown episode guide as well, with reviews, video clips (hopefully) and episode synopsis.
Check it out right here!
My initial reaction to the Ice Cutter was one of “meh”…it didn’t do a whole lot for me, and I’m not big on arctic vehicles anyway, but I’m slowly coming around. For some reason it has a very vintage feel, I love the deco, and the way the treads move is pretty unique and cool.
The Snow Serpent is… okay, I guess. Very similar to the Toys “R” Us deco, but with a red parachute pouch instead of blue, he fits in nicely with the Ice Viper Elite’s, that are now unreleased. Still, the Arctic Threat Destro has some nice red elements as well that ties everything together. Updated images from ACToys.net also show off some pretty cool detail like the super-poseable cannon and the awesome frosted windshield. Check out the mirrored images below, and thanks to The Terror Drome for pointing them out!