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G.I.Joe Collector Books




Action Figure Archive

Volume I: Written by Ron Conner and Derek R. Anderson and published in 2004 by Back In The Day Toys, Inc., the International Action Figure Archive focuses on the International G.I. Joe 3 3/4" lines from the 1980s to present. The International Action Figure Archive is 102 pages in length and has over 850 full color images. This book features a history of the G.I. Joe line (both U.S. and International), filecards, loose figures, carded figures, an action figure archive, vehicle information, variations, and a price guide and checklist. Also included in the book are some figure comparisons showing the various versions of a figure side by side. For those collectors who collect items other than toys there are also pictures of art, comics, and paperwork. For new International G.I. Joe collectors the book contains a "How To" guide for identifying a figure by country, a guide for cleaning, restoring, and storing your figures, and a C-Scale explanation so collectors can learn how to grade loose figures. The International Action Figure Archive even contains a comparison of International G.I. Joe figure stands! To purchase the International Action Figure Archive or to find additional information about the book visit backinthedaytoys.com.

Volume II: Published in 2006, this volume covers U.S. figures made from 1995-2003.  Includes over 500 full color pictures. Approximately 360 figures archived showing the figures and all their accessories. The entire roster of figures is shown! See variations plus rare items that were unreleased in 1995 and 1996. This book also has a complete price guide and index! Plus checklists covering vehicles, 12" figures, G.I. Joe Extreme, and Sgt. Savage items!

Volume III: Also published in 2006, this volume covers U.S. figures made from 2004-2006. Includes over 500 full color pictures. Approximately 400 figures archived showing the figures and all their accessories. The entire roster of figures is shown! See variations plus rare items that were unreleased like the 2005 Hiatus figures and much, much more! This book also has a complete price guide and index! Plus checklists covering vehicles, 12" figures, and Sigma 6 items!

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The Animation Guide

Compiled by Thomas Wheeler and originally printed in 1996, this book includes a concise listing and plot synopsis of both the Marvel Sunbow cartoon series (1983-87) and the DIC cartoon series (1989-91). The episodes in this guide are listed in original broadcast order. The Animation Guide is 23 pages and is now printed and distributed by smalljoes.com.

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Christie's East G.I. Joe Auction Catalog (August 19, 1994)

On August 19, 1994 a G.I. Joe auction was held at Christie's auction house, signalling the start of the 1994 G.I. Joe International Collectors Convention (August 20-21, 1994). The auction included many one-of-a-kind items like prototypes, paint models, sketches, and even props and costumes worn by actors for the G.I. Joe commercials. The catalog established the rules for the auction, listed the items available, and also set the minimum bid amounts.

This auction catalog is not available for sale, although one may occasionally be found on an online auction site. Since this catalog is not available but stills serves a purpose as an invaluable reference for G.I. Joe concept art, collectibles, and prototypes all of the pages pertaining to 3 3/4" G.I. Joes can be viewed by clicking on the image below. Missing pages are pages that only included G.I. Joes prior to the 3 3/4" line. Please keep in mind that the catalog does not contain images for each auction but the images that are included in the catalog contain numbers that can be matched with corresponding numbers in the item descriptions.

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The DeSimone Guides

James DeSimone's two guides, The Official Collector's Guide to Collecting & Completing Your GI Joe Figures and Accessories and The Official Collector's Guide to Collecting & Completing Your GI Joe Figures and Accessories Volume II, picture nearly every G.I.Joe figure released in this country, and nearly every gun, backpack, and accessory that came with the figures.

Volume One features the G.I. Joe 3 3/4" figures from 1982 to 1992 and even includes the 12" Hall Of Fame figures from 1991 and 1992. In addition to the pictures it also includes an alphabetical list of figures by code name and a numerical index of the figures. It was released in 1993 and is 24 pages long.

Volume Two features the G.I. Joe 3 3/4" figures from 1992 to 1994 and also includes the 12" figures from 1993 and 1994. In addition to the pictures Volume Two also includes an alphabetical list of figures by code name, a numerical index of the figures, and short articles about the G.I. Joe comics, cartoons, and International figures. It was released in 1994 and is 24 pages long. Keep in mind that the numbering for Volume Two starts at page 25 and ends on page 48, so the two guides combined equal 48 pages.

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Compendium of Corrections

The equally excellent Compendium of Corrections to "The Official Guide to Collecting and Completing Your G.I.Joe Figures and Accessories" by Brian Mulholland fixes nearly all the errors in the DeSimone guides. For only $3, if you have the DeSimone guides, you must have this companion.

To order, send $3 U.S. to Brian Mulholland, 426 West 1st Street #15, Tustin, CA 92780.

NOTE: The Compendium is not endorsed by James DeSimone.

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The Complete Encyclopedia to G.I.Joe

Written by Vincent Santelmo and published in 2001 by Krause Publications, the guide is mostly about the classic 12" G.I.Joes. However, the current edition has almost 200 pages of black and white pictures, history, concept artwork, and descriptions. The Complete Encyclopedia To G.I. Joe is 592 pages and has a MSRP of $27.95. The book can be found at book stores or online at collect.com.

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The G.I.Joe Complete Collector's Set

Compiled by G.I.Joe collector Simon Hurley, an eight book series titled The G.I.Joe Complete Collector's Set contains copies of every file card and blueprint which were included with the toys for the entire U.S. 3 3/4" line, and some additional international and custom material. All eight volumes are printed, bound, softcover books and seven of the eight are currently available:

Volume I: Blueprints (1982-1987) - Includes full-page black & white copies of the blueprint page from EVERY piece of G.I.Joe equipment released from the start of the line in 1982 up to and including the 1987 line. 135 pages, $15.00.

Volume II: Blueprints (1988-1997) - Includes full-page black & white copies of the blueprint page from EVERY piece of G.I.Joe equipment released from 1988 up to and including the end of the line in 1994. Bonus pages also include the entire 1997 re-release of G.I.Joe vehicles. 150 pages, $15.00.

Volume III: Filecards (1982-1989) - Includes 3-per-page clear full-size black & white copies of the filecards from EVERY G.I.Joe figure released from the start in 1982 up to and including the 1989 line. 115 pages, $15.00.

Volume IV: Filecards (1990-1997) - Includes 3-per-page clear full-size black & white copies of the filecards from EVERY G.I.Joe figure released from 1990 up to and including the end of the line in 1994. Bonus pages also include the entire 1997 re-release of G.I.Joe figures and rare copies of the unreleased 1994 Star Brigade Manimals filecards. 125 pages, $15.00.

Volume V: Special Forces - Includes clear, full-size black & white copies from a number of international G.I.Joe lines and U.S. G.I.Joe-related lines. Includes filecards and blueprint pages from Australia, Canada, Mexico, Agentina, England, Brazil, and other countries, with a number of them translated into English. Also includes the filecards for the complete Sgt. Savage, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and Bronze Bombers lines (based on G.I.Joe concepts, figure molds and specifications). Bonus pages also include the 1990 Wal-Mart set created by Hasbro as in internal promotion campaign. 250 pages, $20.00.

Volume VI: International G.I.Joe - Contains clear, full-size B&W copies of file cards, blueprints, and other material from several international G.I.Joe lines by Habro and other companies all around the world. Includes G.I.Joe file cards and blueprints from Canada, Mexico, Argentina, England, Italy, Brazil, Japan, China, Norway, France, Spain, India, and several other countries; translations into English of several Brazilian exclusives; the Australian exclusive D.E.F line; the U.K. exclusive Action Force and Tiger Force lines; and more! 250 pages, $20.00.

Volume VII: Dossiers and Equipment Specs - Contains clear, full-size B&W copies of profiles, dossiers, equipment specs, and pinups from the Marvel Comics G.I.Joe series. Included are: the complete Order of Battle set from the 1987 comic mini-series, including extra ones from the trade paperback release; character profiles and equipment specs from the yearbooks and early issues of the comics; maps and headquarters layouts; dossiers and equipment specs from the European Action Force series; dossiers, equipment specs, and pinups from the last few years of the G.I.Joe comic; and more! 250 pages, $20.00.

COMING SOON! Volume VIII: Missing In Action - Includes copies of never-released authentic-looking G.I.Joe filecards, custom made by Simon (a knowledgeable G.I.Joe collector and enthusiast), fully detailed with additional explanations of where each character came from and how their filecards were made. Contains filecards for characters from the comics and cartoons which were never made into figures, figures which didn't have filecards, and Hasbro's never-completed toy concepts including the entire 1995 A Real American Hero line (which was cancelled and replaced by Sgt. Savage). Over 100 file cards in all, plus over 30 blueprints, maps, building schematics, organizational heirarchy charts, and more. A must for every G.I.Joe collector!

Contact Simon Hurley at sleeper75287@yahoo.com, or send a check/money order to Simon Hurley, 18800 Lina Street, Apt. #608, Dallas, TX 75287. (Note - price reflects copying, binding, and shipping costs - these books are NOT being produced for profit.)

Simon also has available The Transformers Collectors Books covering tech-specs and comic profiles. E-mail Simon for details at: sleeper75287@yahoo.com.

Please note: prices cover copying, binding, and shipping costs only - these are NOT being produced for ANY profit. These books are not sponsored or endorsed by Hasbro, Inc. G.I. Joe, "A Real American Hero", its associated logos, COBRA, all character, group, and vehicle names and their respective likenesses, as well as The Transformers, are registered trademarks of Hasbro, Inc. All other comic book material is copyright Marvel Comics. No trademark or copyright infringement is intended - these are merely to aid collectors in completing their collections.





G.I. Joe Field Manuals

The G.I. Joe Field Manuals, by Jim Sorenson and Bill Forster, collect character and vehicle models from the Sunbow and DIC cartoons.  Volume 1, released September 11, 2012, covers the first two mini-series and season 1 of the Sunbow cartoon.  Volume 2, released June 11, 2013, covers season 2 and the movie of the Sunbow cartoon, and the DIC cartoon.

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G.I. Joe The Rise of Cobra: Mission Dossier

Released in July 2009, this book was written by Paul Ruditis and published by Titan Books. The book is divided into 4 chapters that cover everything that happens in the movie and told through pictures directly from the movie. The 4 chapter titles are Mission 1.1: Kyrgyzstan, Mission 1,2: Eygpt, Mission 1.3: France, Mission 1.4: Arctic and personnel files are mix through out the book.

Based on story by Michael Gordon, Stuart Bettie & Stephen Sommers and the screenplay by Stuart Bettie, David Elliot and Paul Lovett.

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G.I. Joe vs. Cobra: The Essential Guide

Written by Pablo Hidalgo and published in 2009 by Del Rey Books, this book covers the history of GI Joe characters from the original continuity that starts 1982 and continues until 2008. It briefly tells the origin of GI Joe in 1960's through General Joseph Colton's story. Events from the cartoons & Marvel/Devil's Due comics, including Sigma 6, are intermixed. All told through individual dossiers, reports, lists & files.

The chapters included are:

Introduction: Classified Origins, Military Grades & Complete Biography of General Joseph Colton (The Original GI Joe) Chapter 1: GI Joe Characters:
  • Complete biographies: Ace, Beach Head, Breaker, Chuckles, Cover Girl, Duke, Dusty, Flint, Gung-ho, Hawk, Heavy Duty, Lady Jaye, Rip Cord, Roadblock, Scarlett, Shipwreck, Snake Eyes, Snow Job, Spirit, Stalker, Tunnel Rat & Wild Bill
  • Partial biographies: Agent Faces, Airtight, Alpine, Barbecue, Barrel Roll, Bazooka, Big Ben, Billy, Blowtorch, Clutch, Doc, Falcon, Firewall, General Flagg, Frostbite, Grand Slam, Grunt, Hi-Tech, Jinx, Kamakura, Law & Order, Leatherneck, Lifeline, Low-Light, Mainframe, Mutt & Junkyard, Outback, Recondo, Red Star (October Guard), General Rey, Sci-Fi, Short-Fuze, Sparks, Steeler, Torpedo, Tripwire, Wet-Suit, Zap
  • GI Joe (and Allies) Personnel Roster
  • Chapter 2: Threat Forces
  • Complete Biographies: Baroness, B.A.T.S., Cobra Commander, Crimson Twins - Tomax & Xamot (Extensive Enterprises), Destro, Dr. Mindbender, Firefly, Major Bludd, Serpentor (Other Clones & Historical Recipe), Storm Shadow, Zartan, Zartan's Family: Zarana, Zandar, Zanya
  • Partial Biographies: Copperhead, Crystal Ball, Darklon, Night Creepers, Overkill, Raptor, Red Shadows, Scrap-Iron, Skull Buster, Wild Weasel, Vance Wingfield, Wraith -- Dreadnoks: Buzzer, Ripper, Torch, Thrasher, Monkey Wrench, Zanzibar, Road Pig, Gnawgahyde & Burn Out
  • History of Cobra: Front companies: ARBCO Industries, Extensive Enterprises, Swan Airlines, Naja Hanna Video Corporation
  • History of M.A.R.S. Industries & its weapons: AGP (Anti-Gravity Pods), cloaking technology, MASS Device, Molecular Reducer/Enlarger, Parasite Matrix, Suborbital tractor beam, Weather Dominator, wrist rockets & the Silent Castle
  • History of Arashikage Clan: Partial Biographies of its members, enemies & secrets -- The Masters: Hard Master, Soft Master, Blind Master, Iron Master, Faceless Master, Young Master, Master Soto, Onihashi, Obake-Obaason -- Contemporaries: Snake Eyes, Zartan, Dojo, T'Jbang, Anibal Alcazar -- New Generation: Jinx, Nunchuk, T'Gin-Zu, Billy, Tiger Claw, Ophelia Gabriel, Kamakura -- Enemies: The Red Ninja Clan, Black Dragon, Night Creepers -- Secrets of the Arashikage: Arashikage Mind Set, Sleeping Phoenix, The Ear that Sees, The Cloak of the Chameleon, The Four Trials
  • Viper Legions (a list of all Viper types
  • Chapter 3: Motor Pool: Vehicles & Hardware
  • Over Land GI Joe: VAMP, AWE Striker, LCV Recon Sled, Mauler MBT, Desert Fox 6WD, Hammer/Brawler Humvee, Wolverine, Armadillo M2710 Mini-Tank, ROCC, Bridge Layer, Rolling Thunder, General, Mobile Command Center, HAVOC, Snow Cat, Polar Battle Bear
  • Over Land Cobra: HISS Tank, Cobra Stun, Iron Grenadier DEMON, Maggot, Dreadnok Thunder Machine
  • Over Sea GI Joe: Killer WHALE Hovercraft, SHARC, Devilfish, USS Flagg
  • Over Sea Cobra: Moray Hydrofoil, Water Moccasin
  • Over Air GI Joe: Skystriker XP-14F, Dragonfly XH-1 Attack Helicopter, JUMP Jet Pack, Sky Hawk, Dragonhawk Dropship, Conquest X-30, Phantom X-19 Stealth Fighter, Storm Eagle ATF, Defiant Space Shuttle & Crusader Spaceplane, Tomahawk Helicopter, Night Attack Helicopter
  • Over Air Cobra: Rattler, Night Raven, Firebat, Flight Pod, Condor Z25, Stellar Stiletto, Mamba, FANG, FANG II
  • Hardware GI Joe: The Pit (several versions), Joe-Com Gauntlet (Wristband communicator), PAC/RAT's, Transportable Tactical Battle Platform
  • Hardware Cobra: Brainwave Scanner, SNAKE
  • Master GI Joe Motor Pool Vehicle Roster
  • Master Cobra/ Threat Forces Vehicle Roster
  • Chapter 4: Mission Reports
  • Hour by hour reports of GI Joe missions: Operation Lady Doomsday (comic), The MASS Device (cartoon), The Weather Dominator (cartoon), The Pyramid of Darkness (cartoon), Attack on Springfield (comic), Cobra Island Civil War (Comic)
  • Chapter 5: The Mission Continues
  • 5 page preview from IDW's GI Joe Origins (#0 Preview comic)
  • 5 page preview from IDW's GI Joe Cobra (#0 Preview comic)
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    The Joe Files

    Several other countries around the world produced their own lines of G.I.Joe figure, some under different names. Many of these were virtually identical to the U.S. versions, and many were quite different.

    There is an excellent source of information on the international G.I.Joe lines, The Joe Files. Published by Michael Livanos and Wai Wong, it contains detailed descriptions of nearly all the G.I.Joe figures produced outside the U.S.A., including a few color and black & white pictures.

    It has recently been updated for the year 2000.

    For more information via email, email MikeLv1@AOL.Com or IamDeAco@yahoo.com.

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    Lee's Toy Review

    Published monthly by Lee Publications, Lee's Toy Review occasionally has a pull-out guide that features G.I. Joe. Back issues can be ordered from leestoyreview.com.

    Click here to view an archive of Lee's Toy Review key issues. Keep in mind that Lee's Toy Review magazines are published with different cover variations and only one version of each cover is shown in the archives.





    Lee's 30th Salute G.I. Joe Convention Issue

    Published by Lee Publications, this book was a special issue for the 1994 G.I. Joe Convention in Norfolk, VA. This issue has the dubious honor of including the only version of the Nitro-Viper file card (the card was omitted from the package). This issue also included an article about the cancelled 1995 G.I. Joe line, complete with pictures of the prototypes. Back issues can be ordered from leestoyreview.com or found online at most auction websites.

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    Lee's Guide to: Collecting Loose Figures Volume 3

    Published by Lee Publications in 1997, this book gave detailed images of the retail-released G.I. Joe figures of 1982 through 1989. Future volumes were intended to showcase later years, but they were never released.

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    Lee's Guide to G.I. Joe Vehicles and Accessories (1982 - 1985)

    Published by Lee Publications, this book shows detailed images of the G.I. Joe vehicles released during 1982 - 1985. Included are exhaustive parts images, and if applicable, pictures of the driver figures, their accessories, and filecard. Though more volumes in this series were planned, this was ultimately the only release published.

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    The Official 30th Anniversary Salute to G.I. Joe 1964-1994

    Written by Vincent Santelmo and released in 1994 to coincide with the 30th anniversary of G.I. Joe, this book details the history of the G.I. Joe brand. Also include a section on figure development, a section on collecting, and a price guide. The cover design and title thematically ties this into the 30th Salute trading card set.

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    Now You Know: The Unauthorized Guide To G.I. Joe TV & Comics

    Written by Lars Pearson and published in 2002 by Mad Norwegian Press, this book is mostly about G.I. Joe cartoons and comics. Included in Now You Know are summaries of the Sunbow cartoon series (1983-87), the DIC cartoon series (1989-91), the Marvel comics series (1982-94), some of the first year of the Image comics series (2001-02), and the United Kingdom Action Force comic series (1987-88). Also included in Now You Know are the Marvel Special Missions comic series (1986-89), the Marvel European Missions comic series (1988-89), and interesting extras such as a 3 3/4" figure price guide and a character appendix that includes each character's first appearance, real name, rank, speciality, and the name of the voice actor that portrayed the character in the cartoons. Now You Know is 336 pages, has a MSRP of $24.95, and can be found on most online auction sites or at smalljoes.com.

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    R.A.H.C.: A Guide to Second Generation O-Ring G.I. Joe Action Figures

    Written by James M. Kavanaugh Jr. and published in 2011, this guide covers all 3 3/4" G.I. Joes released between 1997 and 2006, as well as the 2007 Official G.I. Joe Collectors' Convention exclusives. The guide includes an expansive index to accessories released during this period, notations on variations, and a complete listing of Built to Rule figures and vehicles.

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    Tomart's Action Figure Digest

    Published monthly by Tomart Publications, Tomart's Action Figure Digest occasionally has a pull-out guide that features G.I. Joe. Back issues can be ordered from tomart.com.

    Click here to view an archive of Tomart's Action Figure Digest key issues.





    Tomart's Price Guide to G.I. Joe Collectibles

    Written by Jeff Killian and Charles Griffith, the Tomart's Price Guide to G.I.Joe Collectibles has b/w images of nearly all the figures carded, and images of the boxes for nearly all the playsets and vehicles. Also, half of this guide is dedicated to the collecting of the classic 12" G.I.Joe figures. The majority of this book is black and white but there are eight color pages of vintage 12" G.I. Joes and eight color pages of 3 3/4" G.I. Joes. If you are interested in mint-on-card figures or the vehicles and playsets, then this guide is great. This book was published in 1993 by Tomart Publications and is 144 pages in length. The MSRP for the book is $24.95.

    Unfortunately, the guide is out of print at this time but used copies are occasionally sold on most online auction websites.

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    The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe 1982-1994

    Written by Mark Bellomo and published in 2005 by KP Books (an imprint of F+W Publications, Inc.), The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe 1982-1994 focuses on the U.S. G.I. Joe 3 3/4" line from 1982-1994. This book is 256 pages in length and features more than 1,300 color photographs of every figure with accessories, every vehicle complete with a listing of easily lost parts, and all accessories for the line. Also included in the book are current values for the items, rare variations, pictures of inserts and paperwork, and a Foreward by Larry Hama.

    Of all the information contained in The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe 1982-1994 what really sets it apart from other G.I. Joe reference books are the individual character biographies. Mark has included very interesting biographies for the characters based on the Sunbow and DIC cartoons, the Marvel and Devil's Due comics, the file cards, and the original prototype dossiers written by Larry Hama. It is Mark's collaboration with Larry Hama that really helps to make this book stand out. For example, did you know that on Larry Hama's original prototype dossier Snake Eyes was named "Spook?" This is just one of many interesting facts contained in this book, and Mark even finds a way to mention the rare Wal-Mart Filecards! The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe 1982-1994 has a MSRP of $24.99 and can be found at book stores or for ordering information call the publisher at 1-800-258-0929.

    In 2009, a 2nd Edition was published. This version fixed small errors from the previous edition, and featured larger, more detailed pictures.

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