Time to check out the Top 10 GI Joe figures of 1988. Repeater was on all sorts of licensed products, but was he the character Hasbro should have been banking on? Where did he fall on this Top 10? Kevin and Dave are at it again counting down the best GI Joe and Cobra action figures.
Friday, February 26, 2021
Monday, February 22, 2021
1987 was the year GI Joe: The Movie was released and another landmark year for the toy line. Lots of now classic characters, vehicles, and playsets were released. Time to count down the Top 10 GI Joe Figures of 1987. Will Cobra La characters make the list?
Friday, February 12, 2021
Time to check out my personal favorite year of the GI Joe: A Real American Hero toy line. The Top 10 GI Joe figures of 1986. Who is your favorite figure from 86? My personal favorite figures is Beach Head. Where do you think he falls on this list?
Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Holy Smokes! Super7 is going to be making Power Ranger Toys! I made two videos on the topic. The first video had a lot of speculation on my parts, but I've found some images online and Super7 Owner Brian Flynn games some details in an interview with Pixel Dan.
Friday, January 29, 2021
Saturday, January 16, 2021
Here we have the second video in this series of Top 10 GI Joe Polls. I plan to release one every other week. That gives me time to get the figures together to film B-Roll and edit. I had a lot of fun filming these with David Croft. Let me know who your favorite figure from 1983 was?
Friday, January 1, 2021
Tuesday, December 29, 2020
Check out this review of the 1991 Snake Eyes v4 release. I got this Snake Eyes along with Destro v3 for the same Christmas. I love posting videos that contain home movie footage of myself opening Christmas presents from back in the day. Did anyone have this version of Snake Eyes? This was the last regular Snake Eyes before Ninja Force. This Snake Eyes is dressed in blue, black, and grey and decked out with orange accessories.
Sunday, December 13, 2020
For Christmas 1991 I got two brand new GI Joe figures... but one of them was released in 1992? What's going on? This video contains vintage home movie footage of Christmas morning and I also do a review to this 1992 Destro v3 figure which I've had since I was a kid. He's a pretty classic looking figure with a bulkier 90's GI Joe torso and a gimmicky weapon.
Monday, November 30, 2020
Jake's Flea Market, in Barton PA, occasionally hold a small toy show in a pole barn. Back in July my buddies and I went and I never got around to editing my haul. But finally here it is. I mostly bought GI Joe and Ninja Turtles items. I also picked up a few miniatures from Warhammer 40k. I think the best pick ups from the show were the four Toon Turtles.
Sorry I've basically been MIA from the blog. If you've followed Action Figure Adventures for a while, you've probably noticed I shifted most of my attention to YouTube. I mostly just promote videos here. But I was shocked to see it had been so long since I posted.
I wanted to say "hi", I'm still alive. My job has been virtual for a while now and I'm spending a lot of time with my girl friend and her two kids. I recently got a new computer and I'm learning new editing software. I've been to a couple tiny toy shows during Covid, but all the big Cons and Shows have been canceled.
I hope everyone is staying safe.