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  1. #11
    Sergeant
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    After looking at the images my only question is can I buy more than two?

  2. #12
    I agree this set is on fire... We just need to know when and how much...

  3. #13
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    I just hope that the top "folded down" part of the bib overalls is removable. I think the bibs make MUCH MORE sense than a loincloth for a character that's supposed to be a mechanic but it would be cool to just have her in pants, too, for mission scenes and whatnot.

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    Corporal csi_kincaid@yahoo.com's Avatar
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    I wonder the same about the "bib" portion. Hard to seat a figure in a vehicle when the waist adornment prevents proper leg movement.

  5. #15
    WindsorVT - I am planning to get my pre-order in as soon as it is live. I liked the two previous vehicles offerings.

  6. #16
    Heartwrencher and the Dreadnok Ground Assault Stinger has a lot going for it. Female Character, Dreadnok, New Character, Good vehicle and the mold isn't over used. Mega Winner.

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    Love the Stinger mold. REALLY hoping they add the air assault from the Sears Catalog before the license goes over.

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    Corporal ATBotts78@gmail.com's Avatar
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    Yes this is a solid figure offering and the club nailed the appearance. The vehicle looks good too, great vintage dreadnok coloring!
    "A Soldier's Job is to do the impossible and then be forgotten." - Hawk, G.I. Joe #1

  9. #19
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    This looks great! Well done Club!

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    We have posted a preview of January 2018 magazine cover. As a friendly reminder, it is a violation of your club member policy to digitally reproduce and use any other images from the GIJCC magazine online.