R.A.H.C. Guide Releases G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 'Rank & File: Volume 5'

by Outsiders
June 19, 2021
The latter half of 2007 brought an all-new 4” construct to main line G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero action figures, a stylistic direction that is still prevalent today! This refined, sans O-ring design spanned across ten years of the product line and, as of this printing, still used for exclusives. During this time, the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero line was further catapulted into the pop culture mainstream via two live-action motion pictures. These feature films changed the landscape of G.I. Joe in a global, multi-media market and various exclusives were made available between movies and mainline series.

During this time period, fans revisited some of their most cherished icons within the G.I. Joe mythos, while also introduced to new characters that are now known and loved.

This resource guide is the fifth volume in a series that displays every action figure produced as a Convention Exclusive and through the G.I. Joe Collector’s Club—complete with every accessory and variation produced. Accessories are not only shown, they have been carefully cataloged in a forthcoming volume that guarantees the proper shade of accessory belongs with the correct action figure. To top it off, every vehicle and playset produced as exclusives have also been documented and every easily removable piece has been individually photographed—ensuring collector completion.

Whether you’re a seasoned, returning, or novice collector, an enthusiast or toy vendor, the guide series is the definitive compilation of G.I. Joe action figures, vehicles, and playsets produced between 2007 and today. Let the guide series serve as a reference for completion or a scrapbook to the next big turning point of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.

The MSRP for The Rank & File guide Volume 5 is $20 plus additional shipping and handling costs and will be made available at www.rahcguide.com sometime during the weekend of June 25-27th. If you have purchased the R.A.H.C. guides before, the process will be very similar. All guides are self-published and produced in quantities reflecting previous sales, so do not hesitate to order and miss out.

You may join the mailing list at: rahc.guide@gmail.com and like on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/RAHCGuide to get the latest updates.
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Timothycox - 2022-06-29 @ 7:22 am

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A_Spidey_Fan - 2021-06-20 @ 6:09 pm

When compare to Scott Bellemo's Ultimate Guide To G.I. Joe, how are these Rank And File books? Are they just as good and informative? Visual only with limited text or do they have some text that provides some "Behind The Scenes" info about the figures?file card info/reproductions? I've read the Vol 2 version of Bellemo's Ultimate Guide, and was really impress by what I saw and read, as I might pick up the updated Vol 3 down the road.

Mind you of course, I think the Bellemo books only focus on the original RAH lines from 1982-1994, while these Rank And File Books seems to have different volumes that focuses on different eras post 1994, Which I think is a good thing. To me, even the stuff from TRU Exclusive lines and the 2000's and onwards, are just as important to the Joe V.S. Cobra Mythos as the original line.

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