Welcome to 3DJoes.com, the ultimate G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero archive!
3Djoes.com is the only interactive, three dimensional museum of G.I. Joe A Real American Hero nostalgia. You can browse the entire 1982-1994 A Real American Hero run of figures by scanning the card art over on The G.I. Joe Yearbook, the file cards over on The G.I. Joe Rolodex (now complete!), or use the menus at the top left to browse by name (A-Z) or by year (1982-94). We are currently working our way through the vehicles, so be sure to bookmark the updates page to track our progress! Yo Joe!
The second Creator Profile has arrived: Ron Rudat!
Ron Rudat was the figure designer behind G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. From the rebirth of G.I. Joe in 1982 until he moved off of the brand in 1986, every figure sprung from his mind onto the page. He also designed several vehicles, vehicle decals, books, and the timeless Cobra logo. Ron will be inducted into the Toy Collectors Hall of Fame in Las Vegas Nevada on February 28th. Ron is the first G.I. Joe inductee. I think they made an excellent selection. Head on over to Ron Rudat's page and get to know this hall-of-famer!
The first Creator Profile has arrived: Kirk Bozigian!
Kirk Bozigian was arguably the most influential contributor to G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. He worked on the brand since before the big launch in 1982 and served on and off through 1994, the last year A Real American Hero was on shelves. Head on over to Kirk Bozigian's page for a look at the very first Creator Profile!
The 1988 Mean Dog has arrived, and it's three vehicles in one!
The Mean Dog is three vehicles in one: a V-8, 440 BHP armed recon vehicle, a mobile missile arsenal with 12 SAM missiles, and a giant standalone canon. Be sure to check out the detailed image gallery below the box art to see all of the play features!
The "Catalogs and offers" section has been completely upgraded!
Dozens of new catalogs and offers have been added to the 3DJoes print section! We have now documented almost every single catalog and offer from 1982-1994, thanks to a huge loan from Tim Dz. Some of these have never before been documented! Additionally, we revised all of the large pieces adding image galleries that allow you to read every bit of copy and marvel at all of the illustration and photography. Head on over to the catalogs and offers page and get ready for hours of nostalgia!
It's speed VS maneuverability as the 1986 G.I. Joe X-30 takes on the Cobra Night Raven S³P!
The last two 1986 vehicles have arrived and 1986 is complete! Be sure to check out the detailed image galleries on both pages.
Battle at sea! The 1985 Cobra Hydrofoil and Transportable Tactical Battle Platform have arrived.
The Cobra Moray (AKA Hydrofoil) roars into sight with its V12 engine at full boar! It is loaded for bear with four Eels manning the 30 cal rear mounted machine guns and Firefly on the 23MM twin-barrel cannon. Never fear, the Transportable Tactical Battle Platform stands ready to defend against the evils of Cobra! It holds tons of figures and small vehicles and has enough play features to keep you entertained for hours. Be sure to check out the detailed image galleries on both pages!
Love G.I. Joe art? Check out the new Find Your Fate page!
G.I. Joe art of the 80s was the best in the industry. It went well beyond the carded figures, vehicle boxes and catalogs. We have just added the first six "Find Your Fate" books, featuring art by Carl Cassler and Hector Garrido. Be sure to check out the full screen image gallery!
Don't miss the entire G.I. Joe A Real American Hero collection on two beautiful posters!
"3DJoes of the 80s" and "3DJoes of the 90s" are a perfect pair. They feature all 482 G.I. Joe ARAH figures, released from 1982-1994.
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OTHER GREAT STUFF
Keep an eye on Zartan!
The Sideshow Collectibles Flint VS Zartan diorama has arrived and it is incredible. I utilized some video editing tricks, combining the normal statue with the camouflage exclusive statue, so that Zartan transforms in front of your very eyes!