G.I. Joe: Pursuit of Cobra Review Page

SINGLE PACKS

Wave 1

Wave 2

Wave 3

Wave 4

Wave 5

Wave 6

Pre-Production

VEHICLES

Alpha Class – Wave 1

Alpha Class – Wave 2

Alpha Class – Wave 3 (As of yet Unreleased)

Bravo Class – Wave 1

Bravo Class – Wave 2

Mechs – Wave 1

EXCLUSIVES

Target

Toys “R” Us

San Diego ComicCon

73 thoughts on “G.I. Joe: Pursuit of Cobra Review Page

  1. Hey man-

    Just wanted you to know that this is one Joe fan that hits this site as a first thing when going on the Joe intel figure hunt. Thats about at least once a day. Awesome site!

    Really enjoying the POC line. Wasn’t a fan of the 25th or the movie figs…You have great reviews here on the POC that is being released….from your Snake Eyes (Desert Ops) and Lowlight reviews…I HAD to go get them online here.

    Keep up the awesome intel and info for us all.

    YO JOE!

  2. Looking at the Rock-Viper review pics, I can’t help but wonder how a ROC Tripwire head might look in terms of colors on it.
    Because I just so happen to have a spare one.

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  8. Just got Lowlight monday at my Walmart. I have to agree with your review of him 100%. One of the best Gi Joe figures I ever had! I lost his removable bullet though, I wish it was packaged better to avoid misplacement.

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  11. I’m not trying to be a jerk or anything but some of your weapon descriptions are way off. If you need help identifying them I am a weapons expert. Let me know if you would like my help and I will.

  12. Iron Grenadier. The “backpack” that feeds the bullets actually clips on to the underside of the gun. This is clear from the card art on the 30th figures, the back side.

  13. I agree with you about the odd colors used on the AWE Striker but I’ve been thinking of it this way: This is a vehicle that is used in a desert based outpost where new equipment, especially vehicles, is rarely ever provided for them so they often have to cannibalize scrapped vehicles in order to repair the functional but damaged ones.

  14. I don’t know if you realize this, but the Desert Battle Duke is supposed to be reminiscent of Corporal Hicks from Aliens…

  15. On the desert battle duke figure, the reason that the rocket launcher connects to the rifle is to sort of simulate when Ripley duc-taped the colonial marines gun and flame thrower.

  16. Blowtorch may actually have some relevance here if you take the Pursuit of Cobra and 30th Anniversary lines together. If Cobra is experimenting with weaponized chemical or biological processes (a.k.a. “Compound Z”) to create undead soldiers, Blowtorch would be useful for eliminating said substances. Extremely hot temperatures, such as those produced by chemical fire, are ideal for destroying biological and chemical toxins with a minimum of residual left behind.

    Also, projected fire is insanely effective in confined spaces, like caves or bunkers where Cobra would hide…

  17. I don’t think so. From the popped collar, the style of vest, etc. He’s more Sigma 6 Duke than Hicks.

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