Baroness, Lady Jaye, and Destro Join Super7’s G.I. Joe Ultimates

Super7 just announced the next wave of G.I. Joe characters for the Ultimates action figure line. The first wave gave us Duke, Snake Eyes, and Cobra Commander. The second batch will include the Baroness, Lady Jaye, Destro, and Flint. Each figure is priced at $55, based on their animated appearance rather than the Hasbro toy line.
The Joes and Cobra operatives each come with several accessories, alternate heads, weapons, and hands. The figures are 7″ tall and come with articulation similar to Hasbro’s current line of Classified figures.


What good is the power of world domination if you don’t have someone to share it with? Super7’s latest wave of G.I. Joe ULTIMATES! features a pair of power couples on opposite sides of the struggle for global control!
With Baroness, Destro, Flint, and Lady Jaye, the battle has just begun!
These made-to-order, highly articulated, deluxe 7” scale figures all include a variety of interchangeable parts and accessories no G.I. Joe collector will want to be without, so lock them down before they’re in a committed relationship with some other collector!

I never noticed this before, but the Baroness was toned down for the cartoon. Also, the action figures over the years were a lot buxomer. The Classified ones from Hasbro are even more so. After rewatching the cartoons, she was kind of unattractive. Was the whole “sexy” Baroness thing something that came along recently?
Super7’s Ultimates is no stranger when it comes to retro cartoons. The company is also tackling Silverhawks, Spongebob, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and The Simpsons. While these toys do command a premium price, you are getting something that isn’t mass-produced. And to be honest, where else are you going to find Silverhawks action figures right now?
What are your thoughts on paying $55 for a single 7″ action figure? Let us know in the comments section below.
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