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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 5:12 am 
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Now that is just fantastic man. Love that you got the bandoleers, and the gun freaking rocks. Is that a Star Wars gun? Well done Shaft!

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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
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I am loving this first wave assortment you're doing Shaft. Where do you find the weapons? They look great!

But hats off on this last batch - you're just nailing them.

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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
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The weapons are from http://www.gibrick.com.


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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
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I picked up 11 of the 12 Kreons yesterday-- some are decent some are a little disappointing-- they use a guy hairpiece for Scarlett-- ----without a ponytail-- she looks okay from the front-- looks horrible from the back..

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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
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The G.I. Joe Kreons don't do it for me at all, but I do want some of the accessories to make Lego versions. I do love the Transformer Kreons, they look better as robots than humans. For Scarlett can a Lego red hair piece fit good to make it look better? I'd love to a picture to see how it looks.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:40 am 
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The G.I. Joe Kreons don't do it for me at all, but I do want some of the accessories to make Lego versions. I do love the Transformer Kreons, they look better as robots than humans. For Scarlett can a Lego red hair piece fit good to make it look better? I'd love to a picture to see how it looks.



Yeah I can understand that-- and I may have to look for a better red hair piece...

you will definitely want to pick up some for the accessories-- like the bandoliers that come with Rock and Roll-- and although not my bag-- the Joe Colton comes with a flocked hairpiece..

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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
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Why did they make a "flocked" hair piece for a "balding" actor/character?

That would be like Roadblock or Heavy Duty coming with a small purse pistol accessory instead of their big honking guns...

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 25, 2013 12:01 pm 
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Because this one is the original Adventure Team 60's Joe colton-he even comes with a replica 60's Joe figure (well a sticker of one on a brick) in the box-

Most/all of the Creons are based on Cartoon/Toy style (even the made up characters-like cobra Mech trooper)-- no movie styles...(which was a smart choice)

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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
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Super Shaft wrote:
The G.I. Joe Kreons don't do it for me at all, but I do want some of the accessories to make Lego versions. I do love the Transformer Kreons, they look better as robots than humans. For Scarlett can a Lego red hair piece fit good to make it look better? I'd love to a picture to see how it looks.


Yes, a Lego red hair piece will work. Your best bet is the Lego Friends Mia polybag in Target's Easter section.

I can provide a photo later when I get a chance.


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 Post subject: Re: G.I. Joe Lego
PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:33 am 
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Super Shaft wrote:
The G.I. Joe Kreons don't do it for me at all, but I do want some of the accessories to make Lego versions. I do love the Transformer Kreons, they look better as robots than humans. For Scarlett can a Lego red hair piece fit good to make it look better? I'd love to a picture to see how it looks.


Yes, a Lego red hair piece will work. Your best bet is the Lego Friends Mia polybag in Target's Easter section.

I can provide a photo later when I get a chance.



Thanks maybe Ill try that-- I tried a cavegirl piece I had sitting around and it didnt look right either..

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