G.I. Joe Rise Of Cobra Snake Fries Gets Put On Hold

by Jay Cochran
August 12, 2009
Hasbro’s ‘G.I. Joe Rise of Cobra’ Snake Fries Potato Head toy which first appeared in early ‘Rise of Cobra’ toy product catalogs apparently has become a casualty of war. Similar to Potato Head figures based on other popular Hasbro lines like Star Wars and Transformers, this was to be the first figure based on G.I. Joe. However after confirming with Hasbro reps, we have learned that there are no current plans for Snake Fries to be released. No reason was given as to why, but hopefully with things already looking good for a G.I. Joe movie sequel; this item will eventually see release.
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Cobra Command - 2009-08-15 @ 12:21 pm

Eh, it was kinda pathetic looking. My favorite is still the Optimus one

HarryWildman - 2009-08-15 @ 11:36 am

So. The order was to hold the Fries, huh?

Heh.

h3llfish - 2009-08-13 @ 6:40 pm

I'm sorry for anyone who was looking forward to this, but I myself don't get it. If had kids, I think I would buy it for them. Of course, that's what most people say about toys in general - heh! So I don't judge. Play with your taterheads if you want to!

CLAM - 2009-08-13 @ 12:14 pm

it looked weird. Not very much like Snake Eyes

PhoenixSword - 2009-08-13 @ 5:35 am

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WHY, GOD! WHY!!!!!!!!!

Toiletmonkey1 - 2009-08-13 @ 4:24 am

I liked the idea. too bad its gone :(

wolverine2281 - 2009-08-12 @ 10:03 pm

aww man

yojoebro82 - 2009-08-12 @ 6:19 pm

"Darth Tater" was cute once, then, like a lot of things, it was pushed too far and now we get the obligatory Mr. Potatohead version of everything under the sun with the forced potato/spud reference in every name.

Yes, very lame.

Hammerfel - 2009-08-12 @ 5:22 pm

"No reason was given as to why, "

Hopefully because they realized it was lame. :)

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