SDCC 2022 Exclusive: Celebrate 40 Years Of Snake Eyes and Timber

Four decades ago, the first Snake Eyes action figure hit store shelves with the new 3.75″ tall G.I. Joe action figure line. Hasbro captured lightning in a bottle, and kids everywhere were pitting Joes vs. Cobra in homes, playgrounds, and pools. The one Joe all kids wanted more than the others? Snake Eyes, of course!
The ninja without a voice. The wordless hero. The hardest to friggin find figure of the early 1980! Snake Eyes has finally been captured in this variant diorama from Diamond Select. This SDCC 2022 exclusive is now available for pre-order. Snake Eyes stands at 10″ tall and is accompanied by his wolf companion, Timber. Timber has explosive rear paws. I never knew about this feature in some wolves.
This dynamic diorama will only set you back $49.99.

Diamond Select

The ninja Snake Eyes returns for Diamond Comics’ 40th Anniversary in this exclusive variant G.I. Joe Gallery Diorama! Depicting the silent warrior in his cartoon colors, sword raised alongside his pet wolf Timber, this Gallery Diorama stands approximately 10 inches tall. It comes packaged in a full-color window box and is made of high-quality PVC. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle!

If you’re looking for the original version of the diorama that features Snake Eyes in his black outfit, click here to order that one. At the time of writing, Diamond Select has three left in stock. This one is also priced at $49.99.
DS also has a few other pieces of G.I. Joe merchandise for pre-order. These include G.I. Joe Minimates, a Destro bust, a Storm Shadow bust, and two Destro dioramas. Since this marks the ’80s Joe toys line’s 40th anniversary, expect to see a lot of merch to land this year.
Who was your favorite Joe or Cobra? Let us know in the comments section below.
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