Sgt. Slaughter is easily one of the most polarizing figures in "G.I. Joe" lore. On one side of the fence is a contingent of fans that don't believe a real life wrestling icon should have been allowed on the Joe squad
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Yesterday, we brought you the CA staff's reaction to Marvel and DC's Toy Fair offerings, but there are plenty of other toys on the convention floor in New York! That's why today, we're picking up where we left off, as Laura Hudson, Chris Sims, Caleb Goellner and Josh Wigler take a look at the rest of the new stuff from Toy Fair, with pictures gathered by Nick Nadel and Taylor Derwin!
CS: I gave up on "Star Wars" completely after the prequels, but is there seriously a guy named "Cad Bane" now? What, was "Jerk O'Reallyevil" already taken?
CG: Whoever the Mandalorian dude is looks kind of cool. Then again, I like any action figure that's a dude or a lady in armor with a jetpack and removable helmet.
CS: Is "Mandalorian" George Lucas for "Space Aryan?"
CG: Would Space Aryans resort to cloning? Good, bad? Hellboy is always too ambiguous.
As Valentine's Day approaches, ComicsAlliance is dedicating itself to bringing you the best ways to express your love, and what better way to tell that certain someone you care than with America's daring, highly trained special forces unit? That's why today, we're bringing you valentines inspired by the classic "G
Roadblock has always been a favorite of mine amongst the ranks of G.I. Joe. With winning rhymes such as "Cobra's through, what do we do," it's hard not to love the guy. I'm also persuaded to write good things about him in light of his massively threatening machine gun, but that's a different matter
Artist Robert Burden has painted a nostalgic series of portraits based around the action figures he played with as a child in the 1980s, including characters from Marvel and DC Comics, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "He-Man" and "Voltron
The G.I.Joe movie comes out tomorrow, and while we've seen employees of the nefarious Cobra organization do some pretty ridiculous things over the years, they've never had their own line of shoes -- until now. Nike's new line lets you pick your poison: The traditional blue and red of Cobra Commander, the black cross-strap
Wackiness cropped up in the "G.I. Joe" cartoon, comic book, and toy line in many forms. Let's take a look at some of the craziest moments in "Real American Hero" history.
I must admit in my many years of watching (and re-watching) "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero," I never asked the obvious question Gizmodo posed: "If knowing is half the battle, what's the other half?"
While most people probably assumed the other half was "doing," Nerduo's "The Battle" tee drops some science on the squares:
Red lasers and blue lasers add up for a full 100 percent of the battle. T
Slate shares a video slideshow of the most improbable escapes from danger in the 1980s "G.I.Joe" cartoon, like a Native American's pet bald eagle catching a ninja throwing star in midair, or the time Snake Eyes dressed up like a female cabaret dancer with enormous 1980s shoulder pads. This is almost guaranteed to be more entertaining that the u