Thankfully he's not Tit Pig or anything silly like that.

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So according to Mister Terrific, the folks that bring you Dollcon are having a contest to create a 25th Anniversary Custom Figure.

And little do you all know that I've secretly been waiting all these years to unleash upon the poor and downtrodden masses the most awesome G.I.Joe character never created!

Yes!

It is true!

I may have to unleash one of my most cherished 1980s creations: Swamp Ass™.

And yes, he's a Dreadnok if you didn't know.

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DollCon. I love it. I'm borrowing that. :)

Details are here. I'm totally kissing ass to win. I'll share my entry when it's done.

http://www.gijoeclub.com/custom_contest.cfm

Let's see it. I'm more into collecting Joes these days than Transformers. Something I've almost never been "huge" for.

These 2th figures are awesome though and I can get a ton more Joes for the buck than Transformers.

I've been collecting 25th anniversary Joes too lately ... finally caught up on most of the single carded releases.

Yeah. . . I know HA was buying and recommending them, but my childhood love for Chris Latta broke me and I bought both versions of Cobra Commander. And the Crimson Guard, because the whole idea of evil ruthless terrorist assassin accountants is among the greatest ever devised by man. They're the reason Cobra Commander could spend untold amounts of money filling Mayan temples with hallucinatory balloons and not go bankrupt.

I doubt I'll ever be as bad about these as I am TFs, Marvel Legends and Minimates, though. And (since most of my co-workers have accepted the fact that I have the emotional maturity of a 9 year old) they're good desk toys because they don't take up much space.

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