I can attempt to identify and provide brief histories/technical knowledge for the G.I. Joe 3 3/4" line of figures and vehicles from 1982 to approximately 1990 based on physical and/or ability descriptions and can often refer the client to an appropriate website for further information pertaining to the subject. I am now also quite involved in the newer 25th Anniversary collection.
I do not have any educational credentials specific to this area.
Just advice on numerous websites and through fellow collectors.
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Hi Karly, While I'm not a psychologist, I do have a background in counselling, so feel I can answer this question with some expertise. There probably isn't anything wrong inherently with carrying
Hi Michael, Your best bet is probably still Ebay for finding that figure. For instance, by searching for 'Neo Viper 2002', here is one of the examples I came up with: http://cgi.ebay.ca/2002-v1-Neo-Viper-100-file-card-case_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksi
Hi Michael, 1) Usually not anymore - the one's I'm mainly collecting right now are the 20th anniversary 3 3/4" - but they're hard to find around here, so I usually keep them on their cards, and in Star
Hi there Chris, While the larger G.I. Joe 'dolls' aren't really my specialty, I can give you some basic information to get you started. First, I'm assuming the figure is not in it's package? Do you
Hi there Cedrick, By far, this isn't my area of expertise, but my gut say 'Hulk' figures when I saw them - especially the bottom which, throwing out a guess, is Bruce Banner. After some searching