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Hasbro G.I. Joe Day Reveals of Snow Job, Scrap Iron, Tele-Viper, and Steel Corp Troopers

Hasbro are celebrating G.I. Joe Day with some reveals for new 6-inch G.I. Joe Classified figures. The new reveals are early digital render images.

The first reveal was Snow Job in his Arctic Gear. He is planned to come with two head options, backpack, ski goggles, skis, snowshoes, rifle, and handgun.

There will then be a new Cobra Scrap Iron figure complete with his Anti-Armor Drone, missiles, and FX pieces. This will be a deluxe set of a similar size & price to Croc Master.

Army Builders can then expand their G.I. Joe forces with what we assume is a two-pack of Steel Corps Troopers - complete with Jet Packs. The male and female Troopers will also have alternative head sculpts and be armed with a number of automatic weapons. There is also a raft of FX pieces included for use with the jet packs and the weaponry.

The final reveal is another Cobra Operative to even things up. The Tele-Viper will come with the Cobra Flight Pod, the V "Trubble Bubble". The Tele-Viper has three head options for Army Building a well as a backpack, and weapon.

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