G.I.Joe 6" Classified Wave 1 First Look And Snake-Eyes Exclusive Pre-Order Info

by Jay Cochran
February 21, 2020
Hasbro today has given us our first official look at their new 6" G.I.Joe Classified line with a look at Scarlet and Roadblock from wave one as well as putting up for pre-order the special edition Hasbro Pulse exclusive Snake-Eyes which is available for pre-order now. Check out images for all of these below and stay-tuned for more info on this line this weekend at Toy Fair.
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daveysockrocker - 2020-07-19 @ 8:10 pm
5 hours ago, mako said:

Because people found out Covid-19makes the perfect excuse tocover their natural laziness, ineptitude and greed.

you really think that thousands of ppl across multiple industries throughout the world all just decided to use covid to be lazier? ?

And its not that safe social distancing slows down production, which is a warranted and acceptable reason for empty pegs right now?

K9K1N6 - 2020-07-19 @ 5:15 pm
2 hours ago, mako said:

Because people found out Covid-19makes the perfect excuse tocover their natural laziness, ineptitude and greed.

Indeed it is true

mako - 2020-07-19 @ 2:59 pm
11 hours ago, daveysockrocker said:

Its the same thing all over the country. the pandemic is causing slow downs across all avenues of production. Toys, materials, food. Why do you think taco bell is about to cut a quarter of their menu, or shipping on anything is taking longer.

Because people found out Covid-19makes the perfect excuse tocover their natural laziness, ineptitude and greed.

daveysockrocker - 2020-07-19 @ 3:11 am
1 hour ago, mako said:

Don't believe the hype. Look at any Target or Walmart in my area. Empty pegs. Shelf space can be going at that big a premium.

Its the same thing all over the country. the pandemic is causing slow downs across all avenues of production. Toys, materials, food. Why do you think taco bell is about to cut a quarter of their menu, or shipping on anything is taking longer.

But that doesnt change the fact that buyers for big retailers dont want to take the chance of taking up that kind of space, at that price point, for fear they may not sell. They dont look at direct funded ventures like Haslab and assume itll mean sales for them. One thing above all else is they are ridiculously cheap.

mako - 2020-07-19 @ 1:15 am
4 hours ago, daveysockrocker said:

I cant be mad at Haslab. Beause of its business model were getting that sentinel which is outstanding and would never have worked under normal business practices. Big box stores dont like to carry something that large and that expensive unless its something like a bike or power wheels.

Shelf space is at a premium, especially with toysrus gone, so to manage costs the big box stores wouldve demanded a smaller size or lower price point, which couldve ruined it. Also given Haslabs infrequency, I dont think its holding up normal production that much at all.

Don't believe the hype. Look at any Target or Walmart in my area. Empty pegs. Shelf space can be going at that big a premium.

daveysockrocker - 2020-07-18 @ 8:36 pm
9 hours ago, mako said:

Odd, I was hoping this line would last long enough for me to finish the first bloody wave. I also hope Hasbro wakes the F--K up and ends that Haslab BS so they can put all their efforts behind getting their normal stuff to the pegs . . . like REAL toy companies.

I cant be mad at Haslab. Beause of its business model were getting that sentinel which is outstanding and would never have worked under normal business practices. Big box stores dont like to carry something that large and that expensive unless its something like a bike or power wheels.

Shelf space is at a premium, especially with toysrus gone, so to manage costs the big box stores wouldve demanded a smaller size or lower price point, which couldve ruined it. Also given Haslabs infrequency, I dont think its holding up normal production that much at all.

mako - 2020-07-18 @ 11:28 am
3 hours ago, daveysockrocker said:

I really hope this line goes on long enough to get characters like Buzzsaw and Zarana and Bazooka. And at least one GI Joe vehicle from Haslab. OF course we all want the USS Flagg, but I'd settle for the Defiant Shuttle.

Odd, I was hoping this line would last long enough for me to finish the first bloody wave. I also hope Hasbro wakes the F--K up and ends that Haslab BS so they can put all their efforts behind getting their normal stuff to the pegs . . . like REAL toy companies.

daveysockrocker - 2020-07-18 @ 7:32 am

I really hope this line goes on long enough to get characters like Buzzsaw and Zarana and Bazooka. And at least one GI Joe vehicle from Haslab. OF course we all want the USS Flagg, but I'd settle for the Defiant Shuttle.

Neovorticism2 - 2020-02-28 @ 4:25 pm

I still think it would be great if each SDCC exclusive item had a retail version as well, you know, without a less fancy packaging and less accesories, but available for everyone.

mako - 2020-02-28 @ 4:52 am
12 hours ago, Outsiders said:

This would be great for SDCC if the exclusive items are going to be available on the website. We've seen a lot of exclusives only available at SDCC.

Yeah,but Hasbro is usually pretty good about getting their SDC Exclusives to Pulse.

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