G.I.Joe Night H.A.W.K. & Sting Raider Hi-Res Loose & Boxed Images

by Jay Cochran
October 28, 2008
Here is a look at some upcoming new G.I.Joe vehicles w/figures from Hasbro.

- Ghost H.A.W.K. w/Lift Ticket
- Sting Raider w/Python Patrol Copper Head
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RecklessEndangerment - 2008-10-31 @ 12:49 am

Can't wait to get a Water Mocassin for my comic pack Copperhead. That one brings back so many fond memories. Never liked the sky hawk but I'll get it for Lift Ticket.

Mavdayvaas - 2008-10-30 @ 5:14 pm

Oh yes, I will be buying more than one of these!

obiprime - 2008-10-30 @ 1:26 pm

Cool, I already got copperhead for the Moccasin . This version of Copperhead might be better suited for some kind of custom. I like that black chest and arms just pop on another head...

Goldbug - 2008-10-30 @ 2:24 am
Holy Sh..!! Why didn't I catch that name? Had a brain fart there. But still, that grin gotta go. The looks on the face screams "Zartan" in disguise. LOL!!! COBRAAA!!!! #US1# #US1# #US1#

But it wouldn't be Lift-Ticket without that grin...

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Straight Edge - 2008-10-29 @ 3:42 pm
I know there are a ton of places for us to buy figures both brick and mortar and online and E-bay. But it seems to me there is one niche that no one has fully explored and that is the Customizing community. Do you guys think that the community is big enough to support its own online store?

There have been, over the years, many short-lived stores that specialized in customizing... not "materials", per se, but definitely in custom cast parts and replacement parts... most recently goodtogocustoms.com, which I believe got hit with a cease and desist that's left them as little more than a customizer's forum.

Materials, like brushes and paints, *should* be offered by any decent on-line joe store (surprised smalljoes never delved into this), but casting materials... that's *really* niche, IMO. I remember when that stuff first caught on, ten years ago, and the casts all sucked... air bubbles, basic colors... it's taken the communiy years to perfect the process, so I personally know I'd never pull off in my house what they can. I'll just go to marauderjoe.com, and leave it at that.

That's just my take, of course.

Damed - 2008-10-29 @ 3:34 pm

Interesting on how over at Hisstank they "got" the same images 3 hours later, and the thread started there that pointed back to here was re-edited to point to their own article...

cvg_941995118 - 2008-10-29 @ 3:32 pm

I can't wait for this package. I'm more excited about this particular vehicle the Sky Hawk than any other. I Plan on buying at least two of them. Maybe I can use the extra Lift Ticket in customs.

Hey guys maybe you can help me,

I know there are a ton of places for us to buy figures both brick and mortar and online and E-bay.

But it seems to me there is one niche that no one has fully explored and that is the Customizing community. Do you guys think that the community is big enough to support its own online store?

What I mean is this would be a store that would solely be geared towards all things we need for Custom Figures, basic loose parts, heads, bodies etc, casting resins and mold makers, sculpting tools and clays, paints, brushes, etc.

I'd highly appreciate your input.

Sincerely,

Zartanman

Shogunfox - 2008-10-29 @ 1:59 pm
After taking a closer look at the Lift Ticket figure, his face looks nothing like the Target Conquest version, and what's with the grin? I'd rather have the mustache back over that weird grin. COBRAAAA!!! @firedevil@ @firedevil@ @firedevil@

Huh?! Lift-Ticket is a different character. Slipstream comes with the Conquest.

PP Copperhead is much better with a yellow Cobra sigil than the red one they had before.

Holy Sh..!! Why didn't I catch that name? Had a brain fart there. But still, that grin gotta go. The looks on the face screams "Zartan" in disguise. LOL!!! COBRAAA!!!! #US1# #US1# #US1#

CaptainTriumph - 2008-10-29 @ 10:40 am
I love them both. Had the Water Moccasin as a kid and always wanted the Sky Hawk (I never had a single Joe aircraft and always thought this would be a cheap way of getting some air power.)

Have you guys noticed the pricing on these new vehicles. Back in the day when I was a wee cub the WM sold for around $10.00 and came with Copper Head. The Sky Hawk sold for around $6.00 without a figure. Now they are both the same price at $15.99 with a figure. It would seem to me that the Sky Hawk is a money maker for Hasbro.

The price shift is more due to the price increase of manufacturing. Hasbro may be making a little more profit but I don't think it is that much more. I do remember buying a Sky Hawk for around $7.95 at Hill's Department Store when it was released, wow that was a long time ago.

Hill's Department Store!?! Boy, do I miss that place! I got some great toys there over the years!

pesatyel - 2008-10-29 @ 8:52 am

I wonder why they didn't paint Copperhead's flesh like they did with the original.

I mean first of all, it defeats the purpsoe of "stealth" if you have unprotected areas.

Secondly, he's not as accurate as he should be. @firedevil@

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