Posts tagged 30th Anniversary

Law & Order (30th)

Law & Order (30th Anniversary)

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by KansasBrawler

I’ve mentioned before that a lot of what I’m reviewing is what I currently have on display in a small curio cabinet on my wall plus a couple of additional shelves. It’s impressive to say the least that all five figures from the last wave of the 30th Anniversary line all managed to More >

Lifeline (30th)

30th Anniversary Lifeline

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by KansasBrawler

Lifeline has always been a bit of an odd duck. My brother had him and we used him a lot since you can’t have a Joe team without a medic, but that pacifist angle is a bit difficult to deal with. I’ve always followed it more along the lines of the filecard…which actually doesn’t More >

Law & Order (2011)

Law & Order (2011)

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The original Law & Order have always been one of my favorite figures from 1987. As a follow up to Mutt & Junkyard, they served a similar purpose, but I never saw them as replacing the original K-9 unit.

The 30th anniversary series was exciting for me. While I had enjoyed the detail and the new More >

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Tunnel Rat (2011 Renegades)

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Continuing with another figure that’s been camped out on my queue all year, it’s Renegades Tunnel Rat from the 30th anniversary series. The Renegades figures were pleasing in the aspect that they didn’t rely too heavily on the animated style. The figures for the most part can stand next to other More >

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Cobra Commander (2011 Renegades)

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Here’s another figure that’s been sitting in my queue for entirely too long. I’ve promised myself that I would clear out all these figures in the on-deck circle before the year is out.

It’s not that I don’t like this version of the Commander, but I just haven’t been able to think of much to say More >

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Action Sailor (1994)

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1994 was such a bittersweet year for a Joe collector, well, at least for this Joe collector. Having jumped back into collecting just three years earlier, not only was I starting to gain some ground on picking up the figures I had missed, but I was excited at the prospect of new figures on the More >

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