Sunday, July 17, 2011

Sideshow Collectibles G.I. Joe 1/6 Rock 'n' Roll 12-inch Figure PREVIEW

In the heat of battle, soldiers quickly become accustomed to the loud noise of heavy gunfire. Perhaps there has never been another soldier who's more at home with loud noises than Craig S. McConnel. Whether it's the pounding of waves against his surfboard, the clanging of barbells during his time as a professional weightlifter, or the reverberations of his bass guitar during a heavy metal song, McConnel's entire life has been built around nearly deafening sounds.

It's this natural ability to handle loud noises that make McConnel a particularly suitable choice for the machine gunner of the G.I.JOE team. His infantry training proved that letting round after round of bullets flow naturally and on target were definitely his strengths, earning him the code name ROCK N' ROLL. He's also a natural when it comes to getting along with his teammates. However, at the end of the day, providing heavy firepower against the likes of the terrorist organization COBRA is what makes him a true team player and one of the most valuable assets the JOE team has to offer. YO JOE!

The Rock 'n' Roll 12-inch MACHINE GUNNER Figure features: Articulated Prometheus 1.2 body with over 30 points of articulation + Newly developed and sculpted arms and neck + Highly detailed and hand painted Rock N Roll portrait with Fabric BDU Pants, Fabric BDU Shirts, Fabric Shirt, Flocked Beret, Helmet with deco, Four (4) Helmet EVA pads, Surfboard Helmet Sticker Sheet

One (1) pair gloved fists, One (1) left C grip hand, One (1) left gloved open hand, One (1) right gloved trigger hand, One (1) right C grip hand, One (1) bare right trigger hand, One (1) bare left C grip, One (1) pair standing combat boots, One (1) pair action combat boots

MK-43 M-60 Machine Gun with Red Dot Sight and Vertical Foregrip

Accessories include: Three (3) 7.62mm Bullet / Ammunition Belts, Three (3) Fragmentation Grenades, Two (2) Smoke Grenades, Two (2) Canteen Pouches, Two (2) Canteens, First Aid Pouch, MOLLE Belt, Riggers Belt, Two (2) SAW Ammo Pouches, Two (2) Ammo Boxes, H-Harness webbing, Two (2) .45 Magazines, LMF Knife Rig, Sheath, LMF Knife

Drop Leg .45 Holster with .45 1911 pistol

Highly Detailed Triple Aught Design FAST Backpack

He is also supposed to come armed with the XMLR-3A Laser Rifle, a standard weapon for all JOEs, although he isn't shown in any picture holding it or carrying it on him

The Sideshow Exclusive version will include a Highly detailed, hand-painted portrait of McConnel (Rock 'n' Roll) with bandana


ethan said...

Been collecting most of my military figure from Soldier Story, and seriously thinking of trying out on the GI Joe line from Sideshow (maybe just getting 1 and see :D ).

Since they are similar in term of pricing with other military line, and from the preview, they look pretty nice too.

Now, from your experience, how do they fare in term of quality compare to Soldier Story (IMHO, think today SS is the best military line company for 1/6).

PS: Never look at actual product before.

ethan said...

Btw, other 1/6 military line that i think is good as well is the playhouse :)

alex teo said...

Sideshow is getting better with each release :) worth a try. I have their Firefly and am quite happy with him

alex teo said...

Crazy Dummy is also coming up in the military circle. Thinking of getting their ISAF figure :)

ethan said...

Wow..that is a nice figure from Crazy Dummy. Mmm...Alex did you post the preview of the ISAF in your blog? If you have i guess i must have missed it :)

PS: kind of moving away a little from HT, since 1 HT = 2 military figures ..haha. Back to the root i guess :)

alex teo said...

Was gonna post PREVIEW pictures of the Crazy Dummy ISAF but overtaken by recent events haha

Yup, same here. HT is no longer value for money :( too pricey compared to all the other figures that are available out there

ethan said...

Agree Alex. Hey, btw do you happen to know the homepage for Crazy Dummy? Trying to look back all their figures and photos. All of the sudden, have this urge to get one of their figure :)

alex teo said...

hey ethan, i don't think Crazy Dummy has their own site :(