And this just might be a figure that is better than his previous version. Far, far better.
Charbroil was always somewhat of a second rate Blowtorch in my opinion, and even though his Night Force version did add some nice credibility to the character (I really hated the brown, yellow, and silver look) he still wasn’t really high on my list of knock out characters. Of course, appearing in the same assortment as Hit & Run, one might expect he got a little overshadowed.
The Collectors Club has revealed their version of Night Force Charbroil now, and it is pretty nice. Using what appears to be the G.I. Joe: Retaliation Joe Trooper body from neck to toe (which I have ZERO issues with, as demonstrated by my Best Toys of 2012 article), he’s got a newly tooled helmet and backpack and even without a ton of detail work, the figure looks really nice. Love the combination of gray and blue here.
Check out the latest update at GIJoeCon.com, and I’ve mirrored the image below.
This Wednesday wraps up the latest iteration of IDW’s Cobra series, set to relaunch next month with “The Cobra Files” starting back at issue #1. From all accounts the format is remaining consistent with what we’ve been reading for the past several years, but with the renumbering of other titles, they’re doing the same with Cobra.
Check out the preview for issue #21 below.
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Mike Costa (w) • Antonio Fuso, Werther Dell’edera (a) • Fuso (c)
OKTOBER ends! The battle between the covert G.I. JOE team and the OKTOBER GUARD takes a turn for the worse as COBRA forces bear down on their location… and they may just manage to eliminate both sides of the conflict. The consequences will be dire and this G.I. Joe team will never be the same again!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Joe Eisma and Juan Castro variant cover!
- The conclusion to the biggest COBRA story ever told!
- The OKTOBER GUARD vs. G.I. JOE—only one can win!
- FINAL ISSUE OF THE SERIES!!!