Wild Bill (2002 India)

The Sunbow cartoon had its fair share of Joe designs that weren’t totally representative of the figures to be found on shelves. Wild Bill was one of the more¬†disappointing¬†figures to me as a kid. He was such a larger than life character on the show that when I picked up the Dragonfly, I found him to be lacking. Naturally, since

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Super Cop (2001 Funskool)

“There’s never a cop around when you need one. When this one’s around, all you need is one.” The 1992 film starring Jackie Chan was originally released as Police Story III—wait, wrong blog. This is Funskool’s Super Cop, and he’s, well, a cop. Is he super? He’s got Sgt. Slaughter’s head, and he was pretty super. That should count for

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Big Brawler (India)

Check the original post for all the background on Mr. Brawler. His influence was felt not only in America, but also in India when Funskool produced their own version in 2003. Typical for Funskool figures, the paint scheme is odd, the plastic is cheap and the accessories don’t make any sense. I’ll bet I can still make it fit into

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Windmill (India)

GI Joes were produced in many countries across the world. Argentina, Brazil and the UK just to name a few. One of the most prolific and longest running producers outside of the US was India. The Funskool company released figures from the 80’s through the 2000’s. In the beginning, there were straight releases identical to their US counterparts. As the

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