And just like that, GeneralsJoes has caught up on the backlog of reviews! Some free time during the holidays allowed me to go back through the last three Figure Subscription Service shipments and get all caught up on hold over reviews for the first half of FSS 2.0.
Wow…it’s half over already?
Crazy. The amazing thing is, we’ve gotten some nice figures in the first three shipments, but I haven’t even gotten my hands on a few of the figures I’ve been most looking forward to, like Dragonsky, Keel Haul, Big Bear, and of course Cesspool! That means the next three shipments are going to be full of winners. I’m really looking forward to it.
Until then, check out my G.I. Joe Collectors Club Review Page, or hit the links directly below.
- Desert Scorpion
Along with the art that was shown at the beginning of the week, Boss Fight Studios has now revealed the digital model for the head sculpt as well, which is used as the point of reference for making the mold. Some very cool detail work there, and you can see it at the Boss Fight Facebook page.
Check out the image below as well.
The G.I. Joe Collectors Club continues their FSS 2.0 updates today with another peek at some upcoming card art, this time for Tollbooth! Along with the artwork, we also get a great look at the headsculpt for the bridge layer driver as well. While the mock ups were all computer generated, the actual sculpted models are looking pretty fantastic.
Check out GIJoeClub.com for the latest information and images, and I’ve mirrored some of it below.
Tollbooth Card Art
Tollbooth Head Sculpt
They told us more previews would be coming, and here they are! The G.I. Joe Collectors Club just launched previews for two more of their upcoming Figure Subscription Service 2.0 figures, Tollbooth and Tiger Force Shipwreck.
Tollbooth has a brand new head sculpt, and a ton of great accessories as well as the 25th Anniversary Dusty torso, Flint arms, and a mixture of Shipwreck legs (and Dusty lower legs, maybe?). Rounding off the look is Night Fox webgear, to give us a great addition to our 1985 G.I. Joe roster.
Tiger Force Shipwreck looks like pretty much all 5-pack Shipwreck, with Pursuit of Cobra Cobra Trooper arms. Check out these previews on the GIJoeClub website and also mirrored below.