If you’ve been paying attention the last few days I’ve been on a major GI Classified Series kick with the Scarlett and Roadblock reviews. Yesterday Hasbro revealed its GI Joe Classified Series Cobra Commander and he’s another winner with this new design for the 6-inch line.
G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander Action Figure
(Ages 4 and Up / Approx. Retail Price: $19.99 / Available: September 15, 2020)
YO JOE! G.I. JOE explodes into a larger-than-life era with brand new 6-inch scale figures, evolving classic characters fans know and love into a highly articulated 6-inch scale with premium deco and details. The G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander Action Figure features a classic design updated to bring the iconic Cobra leader into the modern era.
The figure comes ready for action, with multiple points of articulation making it highly poseable and accessories inspired by the character’s rich history, including his signature sword. The G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander collectible package will also make a mark on shelves, featuring display-worthy custom artwork from Dan Mumford.
For G.I. JOE fans new and old, the G.I. JOE Classified Series line of actions figures captures the pulse-pounding excitement of G.I. JOE in a 6-inch scale. The G.I. JOE Classified Series Cobra Commander Action Figure will be available through a special drop only on NTWRK on June 18, 2020 at 8PM EDT and will be available at most major toy retailers on September 15, 2020.
I love how he scales next to Destro as I definitely didn’t want them looking eye to eye. The NTWRK drop version also looks cool and Cobra Commander is one of those characters I won’t mind having a few variants.
That version is different enough to warrant grabbing and the respectable price of a $3 increase from the standard retail version is perfectly reasonable.
Joe fans will finally get some love from Hasbro Pulse with the first-ever G.I. JOE Fan First Friday on Hasbro Pulse’s Facebook page at noon on June 26. Yep, I’ve got that date circled on my calendar now. That will be my big “Comic-Con” reveals assuming we won’t get more from this line in July.
What do you think?