2010 Joe Con Booth Pictures

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I am always happy to help with this booth and I am glad to see pictures up on the site. Happy memories.

topson @ May 14, 2010 12:06 am


What is the plane on the bottom shelf?

topson @ May 14, 2010 2:47 am


That’s a canceled item from the 2.5″ Sigma 6 line, the Thunderwing (with Barrel Roll). General’s Joes has some awesome stuff here: http://generalsjoes.com/2009/06/10/sigma-6-celebration-day-3-the-unproduced/

Nomad @ May 14, 2010 3:19 am


What’s that old school style AE cover in that last picture?

JMM @ May 19, 2010 1:49 pm


I second that question… what is that cover???

Abner @ May 19, 2010 3:56 pm


Man…that would be telling. ;)

OK…It was an internal DDP production limited to 50 copies, intended only for employee distribution. It’s a variant cover to the last issue of AE.

Nomad @ May 20, 2010 4:01 am


heya whats the figure right under the Declassified banner in the shelf with the canceled dtc hiss ? he looks sorta like Firefly but with a cloth cloak ?

tycondrius @ July 17, 2010 11:56 am


Hey guys, I just discovered your website reading your #3 magazine (I got it from the CanJoeCon in Toronto). I would like to know who are those guys in desert camo… they look like: Outback, Patfinder and ??? (just below Hit and Run). Are they customs? Thanks!

martin-montreal @ August 12, 2010 3:36 am


@Tycondrius – Sorry, I missed your post. Starting from the left in that picture is: Night Force Falcon, Tripwire, Destro, Tele-Viper, Nano-BAT, Arctic Cobra Commander (heading toward the back) Scarlett (Quarel paint deco), training Snake_Eyes, Arctic Scarlet, Lava-Viper, Mission Disk Grunt, Firefly, Flint, Neo-Viper, Roadblock, Storm Shadow, ROC Cobra Commander, Red Star, Snake-Eyes, Elite Ice-Viper. I think what you’re seeing is Arctic Scarlett’s skis sticking up in front of that Firefly. The Firefly was a unused deco that would have comed 2-packed with Nunchuck in white back during the JVC days.

Nomad @ August 12, 2010 4:35 am


@Martin – The Outback, Pathfinder, and Dialtone figures were originally planned to be released in 97 together with a desert version of the original HQ. A few of these pre-production figures made their way into collector hands, but a full set is fairly rare.

Nomad @ August 12, 2010 4:36 am


@Nomad – Thanks for your fast reply! I didn’t know about these. They look pretty cool IMO. I should now make a custom of these guys!! Thanks again, great website!!

martin-montreal @ August 12, 2010 6:40 pm

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