History WesternAnimation / GIJoeExtreme

10th Apr '16 4:02:22 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Lt. Stone's voice is identical to [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Optimus Primal]]. They're both voiced by Creator/GaryChalk.
15th Nov '15 3:22:02 PM Saurubiker
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Tatsuya Ishida, author of the web comic Webcomic/''{{Sinfest}}'', was the penciller for this comic.
15th Nov '15 3:05:03 PM Saurubiker
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Another attempt at reviving the moribund ''GIJoe'' franchise after a quaint end of the original run and a failed spinoff (''Sgt. Savage and His Screaming Eagles''), the ''Extreme'' toyline was supported by both a 26-episode cartoon series (1995-1997) and a short-lived comic published by Dark Horse. However, due to a lack of ties to the older G.I. Joe series and the quality of both the toyline and its fictional supports, it failed and is mostly [[FanonDisContinuity ignored]] by fans of the rest of the ''G.I. Joe'' universe.

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Another attempt at reviving the moribund ''GIJoe'' franchise after a quaint end of the original ''A Real American Hero'' run and a failed spinoff (''Sgt. Savage and His Screaming Eagles''), the ''Extreme'' toyline was supported by both a 26-episode cartoon series (1995-1997) and a short-lived comic published by Dark Horse. However, due to a lack of ties to the older G.I. Joe series and the quality of both the toyline and its fictional supports, it failed and is mostly [[FanonDisContinuity ignored]] by fans of the rest of the ''G.I. Joe'' universe.
3rd Aug '15 1:57:09 AM Morgenthaler
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!!''GIJoeExtreme'' provides examples of:

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!!''GIJoeExtreme'' !!This show provides examples of:
16th Jan '15 6:29:32 PM Saurubiker
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** ToylessToylineCharacter: A Mayday action figure was planned, but the toy line was canceled before it could be released.


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* ToylessToylineCharacter: Mayday, Quick Stryke, Rampage and Wreckage had action figures planned for them, but the toyline was canceled before they could be produced.
11th Oct '14 5:23:50 PM MisterDT
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* HongKongDub: Even though they're mouthing the same language, the lip synching of the live-action segments is really off. And it doesn't help that the voice actors' voices practically never sound like the voice the live-action actor would have, especially Lt. Stone, Freight and Wreckage.
30th Jul '14 9:21:18 PM 89U9YHUIO0
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30th Jul '14 9:03:26 PM ZeroWizard
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* DorkAge: The figures were 5 inches tall and sported at best five points of articulation, a large departure from the much more poseable Real American Hero (and even Sgt. Savage) figures, and looked like [[RobLiefeld Liefeldian]] wetdreams.



* FreudWasRight: [[http://www.kevincassell.com/blog/index.php?id=28 This essay]] argue that the toys promote "ideological mechanism inscribed by a hypermasculine sign system. One of the argument provided is that the missiles coming with the toys looks like "circumcised erect male penis".
2nd Sep '13 11:12:30 AM jimmybaby2049
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1st Sep '13 7:34:19 AM Viira
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Lt. Stone's voice is identical to [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Optimus Primal]]. They're both voiced by GaryChalk.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: Lt. Stone's voice is identical to [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Optimus Primal]]. They're both voiced by GaryChalk.Creator/GaryChalk.
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