2004 Comic packs - a musing (Part 1.) - Page 2

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  1. #11
    That photo should go to the pre-production section of this site--I'm surprised they didn't restore the 2004-05 entries.

    Also, looks like we got fewer weapons than what is presented in the photo: of all the accessories they have present in the picture, we only got omitted from the final product were the two 1992 Shockwave rifles.

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  3. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by '86 Digital Fire View Post
    Uh oh. Now that I've read it, the musical idea has germinated.

    BARONESS: "My head's too small? Too small, it was too big. With these foggy glasses, I can't see a thing. Won't someone please, please tell the factory, they're screwing up this batch and it's less than satisfactory..."

    COBRA COMMANDER: "My back is flat? Why is my back flat? I'm not a Talking Battle Commander, I can't work with that."
    BARONESS: "It's not so bad, you can't see it from the front. What's lacking to me, is a battery."
    COBRA COMMANDER: "Why thank you Baroness, you flatter me,
    But I wouldn't yell "Cobra!" or go "Rattatat-tat!", it doesn't matter to me worth a Scottish spat, I'd only use my battery to call you fat."

    COBRA TROOPER: "My head is fat. Why is my head fat? I had a skinny face then they lost my head, and you should know I wish I was dead."
    COBRA COMMANDER: "You do look dead, Trooper."
    COBRA TROOPER: "Why thank you, Commander. But I don't wanna be a recolored corpse for your army of goons, let's shoot some hoops and watch Looney Tunes."
    COBRA COMMANDER: "I don't think so, Trooper, I'm not in the mood. I'm just going to sing out my tune. We're blue and we've got the blues. Because our heads are wonky."
    COBRA TROOPER: "Heads are wonky."
    COBRA COMMANDER: "Heads are wonky."
    BARONESS: "Heaaaads aaaaare wonnnnkyyyyyyy..."

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  4. #13
    Great blog. Love the idea of exploring the comic packs.

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  6. #14
    I really liked most of the comics packs, should have bought more than I actually did. Funny enough, this comic pack was also the first time I had read issue #1 (As a child, my first Joe comic was a boring one (at least to my young mind) and that kept me away from the comic for many years)

  7. #15
    If the infantry set tooling was lost, then how come they reused the newly tooled trooper legs on Scrap-Iron in Urban Strike Division and a comic pack? Thunder's arms were also used for those Scrap-Irons.

  8. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo View Post
    If the infantry set tooling was lost, then how come they reused the newly tooled trooper legs on Scrap-Iron in Urban Strike Division and a comic pack? Thunder's arms were also used for those Scrap-Irons.
    I think it was just the head and waist molds that were lost.

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