GI Joe Sigma Strike 2

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Sigma StrikeGI Joe Sigma Strike Duke action figure is fully equipped with enough accessories to make him a one-man army. In addition to a weapons storage pack, the Sigma 6 GI Joe comes with backpack, laser heavy cannon, fire storm, three pulse missiles, flame blaster, flame projectile, power cutter saw, power pulse blaster, and helmet.

History of G.I. Joe

- 1964: G.I. Joe is introduced by Hasbro as a 12-inch "action soldier," representing the four branches of the U.S. military. It is often considered the first action figure.
- 1965-1970: The line expands with new outfits, accessories, and even an "Astronaut" G.I. Joe, capitalizing on the space race.
- 1970s: Due to the Vietnam War's unpopularity, Hasbro rebrands G.I. Joe as an "Adventure Team," focusing on environmental and fantasy themes rather than military ones. The figures also get the "kung-fu grip" and "life-like hair."
- 1982: G.I. Joe is relaunched as "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" with 3.75-inch figures. This line introduces a rich storyline, with the Joes battling the terrorist organization, Cobra.
- 1983-1986: The brand's popularity soars with the release of an animated TV series, comics, and a plethora of toys, including vehicles, playsets, and diverse characters.
- 1990s: G.I. Joe sees various reboots and new lines, including a return to the 12-inch format and the introduction of "G.I. Joe Extreme."
- 2000s: The brand celebrates its 40th anniversary. Hasbro releases both modern and vintage-style figures. The decade also sees the release of two live-action movies: "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" (2009) and "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" (2013).
- 2010s: G.I. Joe continues to evolve with new toy lines, comic series, and the introduction of more diverse characters.
- 2020s: The brand sees a resurgence with new action figures, including the "G.I. Joe Classified Series," and the release of the movie "Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins" in 2021.