Carson’s generosity knows no bounds! On behalf of all of us here on CobraIsland.com, we salute 3DJoes.com and all that Carson does for our community!
Did you get in on this campaign? If so, did you opt to have Volume 5 shipped, or did you holding off until Volume 6 is released? Get in on the conversation already in progress after the break on the Cobra Island Forums!
If you opted to have volume 5 shipped now rather than later, then keep it locked on those mailboxes as there’s a whole lot of awesome on its way to you!
Did you get in on this campaign? If so, did you opt to have Volume 5 shipped now, or are you holding off until Volume 6 is released? Get in on the conversation already in progress after the break on the Cobra Island Forums!
What’s really neat about the art being shared is that it’s not work that is often seen! Collecting the Art of G.I.Joe: Volume 6 (1993-1994) will feature a bonus section of international art!
European vehicle boxes in the early 90’s featured brand new art across the line. Here’s a look at the European BUGG. Isn’t it fantastic?! On behalf of 3DJoes, a special thanks goes to Mr. Ronald Hoff for helping to secure several European boxes for volume 6. There’s so much more to come, so stay tuned!
What’s your take on this G.I.Joe Euro Art? Excited for Collecting the Art of G.I.Joe volume 6? Sound off after the break on the Cobra Island Forums!
With just over a day to go, the team at 3D Joes wanted to say THANK YOU to every single backer! The latest campaign has received more pledges this time around than ever before, and they are thrilled that they will be able to complete the mission of documenting every piece of painted A Real American Hero art!
3D Joes has been working on slipcase ideas, and they want your input! Please head over to 3D Joes and let’em know which of these designs you prefer:
It’s done! We did it! With your help 3D Joes will be able to complete the mission of documenting every piece of G.I.Joe: A Real American Hero painted art released from 1982-1994 in the United States!
So now that Volumes five, six and the slip cover have been funded, what’s next? The money raised above goal will go to two places:
Volume 6 (1993-1994) needs more great art, and it won’t be cheap! (more on that below)
Volume 3 (1986-1987) will be reprinted to fill all Kickstarter orders and keep these books in print for G.I.Joe fans both old and new
Carson shared a full breakdown that you can read after the break below. Included in the breakdown are details on what volume 6 will include and fans are gonna love it! There will be 20 pages of unreleased and international art in Volume 6. We realize this will only be a drop in the bucket relative to all of the art created around the world to support our favorite toy line, but it will be an interesting cross-sectional survey and hopefully it will inspire some of you to collect international Joes. To give you an idea of what we’ll see, check out this out –