Join us on a journey through the 1989 Hasbro Toy Fair Catalog, which continued to celebrate the success of G.I. Joe and Transformers. This catalog includes exciting previews of the 1989 line-up. So, continue exploring to see some of the first previews that retailers saw of the newest action figures.
Hasbro continued to feature the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toys on page 86 of the 1989 toy fair catalog. After Hasbro relaunched the brand in 1982, the G.I. Joe line became the shining example of a successful multi-media-backed brand. With the assistance of Marvel, Hasbro reimagined the line so that the Joes now combatted the evil forces of Cobra. In the following years, G.I. Joe brought in multiple fans thanks to the comics, cartoons, and fantastic toys.
Hasbro first promoted #6032: G.I. joe Warthog A.I.F.V. (Amphibious Infantry Fighting Vehicle). The Warthog stormed the beachhead in an all-out invasion of Cobra Island. This vehicle featured missiles with removable nose cones, opening side doors, and figure access hatches. It also came with a driver, SGT. SLAUGHTER, and more.
Then, they presented #6028: G.I. Joe Mean Dog, which was three vehicles in one. A ferocious ground-crunching symbol of G.I. Joe muscle. It featured a forward-armed recon vehicle. It also had a rear vehicle with a large, detachable gun station and ten missiles. Moreover, this vehicle came with a driver, WILDCARD, and more.
We are glad to present these exciting exclusive scans to the 1989 Toy Fair Catalog from Hasbro. Continue to see even more exciting promotional images that Hasbro provided to retailers and representatives.
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