- 13th Installment – GHOSTS
- 12th Installment – WHO ARE THE RENEGADES?
- 11th Installment – MISDIRECTION
- 10th Installment – REUNIONS
- 9th Installment – RETALIATION
- 8th Installment – LIBERATION
- 7th Installment – NEW BLOOD COLD STEEL
- 6th Installment – LOOSE ENDS
- 5th Installment – BITTER COLD
- 4th Installment – CONCRETE JUNGLE
- 3rd Installment – TRANSITIONS
- 2nd Installment – POWER STRUGGLE
- 1st Installment – FANFICTION
Ready for the most unpopular opinion you’ll read today?
Sigma 6, in my mind, has been the single greatest toyline on store shelves for the past 10 years. I loved the scale, I loved the style, I loved the characters…it was fantastic. Pretty much everything I’d wanted to see in a toyline. I would have loved a more consistent 3 3/4″ scale (though that would have taken away some of the coolness of the toys) but even as stands it’s one of my favorite toylines ever. I even loved the small vehicles (though again, it’s a shame they weren’t a more compatible 3 3/4″ scale).
Anyway, all of that potential nastiness aside, I loved Sigma 6 so much that I created a whole site for it along with Fred from JBL. So if you want to check out the reviews of those toys, hit up Sigma 6 Central, specifically the Reviews Page.
A couple of years ago when I reformatted my page, I created a review “archive” because a lot of folks still wanted to read my older reviews. I have kept that intact with this reformat, though it’s still in the old style, just because I don’t feel like converting it all over to WordPress.
So, basically, you can hit The Archives to check out all of my past reviews for all of the Valor Vs. Venom, Spy Troops, and Joe Vs. COBRA goodness that you can handle.
Along with actual G.I. Joe product, I review other stuff that can go along with it as well, including Marauder, Inc’s amazing 1:18 scale weapon assortments. I also cover Power Team Elite items and Super Hero Showdown. This is one post to kind of get all those under one “roof”. (more…)
This is a post getting all of the Canadian JoeMeet figure reviews in one spot.
Canadian JoeMeet (aka JoeCanuck):