Tag Archive: Night Force

Jun 11

GI Joe Special Night Force Exclusive

Night Force TRU Ad

Oh man, I gotta run to Toys R Us 26 years ago and get some of these! And the prices are so reasonable! Now where did I put that flux capacitor…

May 10

Charbroil (1989 Night Force )

Night Force Charbroil (1989)

Does a team of night operatives really need a flamethrower trooper? Wouldn’t a huge spout of flame negate all those efforts toward dark camouflage? I know, I know, it’s only a toyline. I should relax and try not to think too much, but honestly, when you write about this crap every day, you kind of …

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Apr 27

Lt. Falcon (1988 Night Force)

Falcon (1988)

Just one year after his debut, Lt. Falcon was back. I admit that in 1987, I thought the figure was pretty amazing, with its realistic green beret look, and stoic face sculpt. The accessories were very nice as well, inclusing a two-part backpack, and a great new shotgun mold that a GI Joe figure could …

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Jun 19

Gung Ho (2004)

Gung Ho (2004)

Much was made of Night Force this year, with the convention exclusive set focusing on the popular GI Joe sub-team. Believe it or not, Night Force got a little bit of love during the second o-ring era. First there was a two-pack during the Spy Troops series, then a second set within Valor vs. Venom. …

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Jan 13

Flint (2004)


Night Force was quite well represented in the 2000’s era, appearing in a couple of army builder waves as well as a Toys R Us multi-pack. This Flint hails from the latter, and I like his inclusion in the group. He’s a prominent command member of the GI Joe team, and I always find him …

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Oct 02

Night Force Sneak Peek (1988)


Odd is an appropriate one word descriptive term for Sneak Peek. It’s quite an unassuming figure. The sculpt is on the chunky side, both in the face and torso. The overall design seems like it would be more applicable to another laser trooper, with its padded upper body. The accessories are another source of oddness. …

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