Who would have thunk it? A Special Missions Brazil redux coming with Wet Suit… and there isn’t a hint of silver or blue to be seen. In fact, there isn’t a hint of dive gear to be seen. Only head-to-toe land-based Navy SEAL awesomeness. DAMN.
If one figure ever made an entire convention set worth it, it just might be this one. Realistic camouflage, a retooled head, a great boonie cap, and using the awesome Pursuit of Cobra Beachhead tactical vest? Sold. With those flippers that hook on the back? No doubt with both knives this time? Double sold.
Fantastic looking figure.
Dial Tone is a bit of a departure, but not a bad one by any stretch. It’s a fairly generic black, brown, and green deco that boasts to be a “Traditional Special Forces” outfit. It looks good, if somewhat understated compared to the camouflaged outrageousness of Wet Suit. Of course we knew Dial Tone would be a bit different, simply because the traditional figure is being released as the 2011 promotional incentive…but this is very cool.
Wet Suit certainly takes the cake, though. Check out all of the updates at GIJoeCon.com, and the mirrored images below.
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