Something simple today: A blister card sample, front and back, for 1986 Hawk. No blister, no figure, no accessories.
I’m attributing the artwork to Hector Garrido.
Filed under G.I. Joe Behind the Scenes, Toys and Toy Art
Tagged as Behind the scenes, G.I. Joe blister cards, G.I. Joe toy packaging
Phenomenal! I knew immediately that it wasn’t the muddy, photoedited 25th artwork. I’m not even a huge Gen. Hawk fan, but that is a trophy.
Yeah, this is pretty epic. You sure have obtained some pretty nice things in the course of your adventures documenting G.I.Joe lore and history.
Everytime I see one of these vintage cardbacks, it makes me wonder if you will eventually go into when and why they stopped listing the accessory contents along the figure blister. Hmmm…
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