No scattered reviews this time around…we’re diving right into the whole assortment!
My G.I. Joe: Pursuit of Cobra Wave 4 figures arrived very late Friday evening, and I spent several hours this past weekend diving right into reviews. I know I’ve been accused of hyperbole in the past, but I will say without hesitation that these four figures are among the coolest figures in the entire run of the Pursuit of Cobra line, and with a toyline like this one, that is really saying something.
These figures are awesome. Simply awesome. Check out the Pursuit of Cobra Review Page or hit the links below directly:
These are four excellent figures. It really makes me look forward to seeing what Hasbro has up their sleeves for 2011. Based on how much they’ve improved over the past 12 months, I can only imagine what greatness we have in store for us over the next 12.
No longer “canceled”, the third wave of “Target Exclusive” vehicle sets are now hitting Ross Stores nationwide (well…for folks unlike me who actually have one within 350 miles, anyway).
Thankfully I have some very kind readers who have extended their generosity and allowed me to get my full of these vehicle sets at killer prices. I reviewed two of them yesterday, and today I will add the final two to the Pursuit of Cobra Review Page. Check out the links below.
Well, not all of them today, but I at least got two of them done. The other two should be up tomorrow or the day after.
You can check out the reviews at the Pursuit of Cobra Review Index, or directly at the links below:
So how will you use this figure? An updated blueshirt? A Cobra urban assault specialist who compliments the Alley-Viper corps? From a recent article in the G.I. Joe Club Newsletter John Warden seems to indicate this is an upgrade to the traditional blueshirt, though in some ways he almost comes off a bit too realistic for my tastes.
That’s not to say this is a bad figure, though… you can check out the full review on the Pursuit of Cobra Review Page, or click the link below:
One more day, one more review of a G.I. Joe: Pursuit of Cobra Wave 3 figure. I’ve already covered Storm Shadow and Snake Eyes, this time around it’s super rocket-launcher Duke! Yes, he comes with a ridiculous shoulder-mounted ICBM system. But somehow he still manages to be a bad ass figure.
Check out the Pursuit of Cobra Review Page, or click the link below.
Okay…yesterday’s review of Storm Shadow was painful for all of us…I just couldn’t let that be the only review of Wave 3 Pursuit of Cobra figures for any longer than absolutely necessary. I figured I started with one extreme yesterday, so I’d plunge right into the other extreme here.
It’s unfathomable to me that this figure and Storm Shadow are even part of the same toyline, not to mention the same exact WAVE of figures. Unbelievable.
Anyway, check out the Pursuit of Cobra Review Page, or click the link below to check out the review.