JoeCanuck Newsletter #3 is Online

canada.gifThe third installment of the JoeCanuck G.I. Joe Collectors’ Newsletter has been posted online here.  Featured in this issue is the first look at the 2008 JoeMeet Exclusive figure Snowbank!  Even cooler than that, Hasbro Canada has chosen the newsletter to be the first place for collectors to see the Canadian exclusive packaging art for the 25th Anniversary figures.

Check out the newsletter now, and to keep up to date on the latest JoeMeet information keep checking!

JoeCanuck Newsletter #2 online

canada.gifThe fine folks at JoeCanuck have posted the second Collectors’ newsletter on their site here. Featured in this second installment is some great Canadian insight on G.I. Joe, a review for Joecanuck, the first exclusive figure from the Canadian JoeMeet.

But perhaps the best news is that you can see, for the first time, how Snowbank looks! Snowbank will be offered as an exclusive figure for the 2008 Canadian JoeMeet and is looking terrific.

Click here for more info on the JoeMeet itself, and click here to check out the latest newsletter. You can also discuss this in our forums here.

JoeCanuck Monthly Newsletter launched

canada.gifBy now most folks are likely aware of the Canadian JoeMeet, which has been going on for several years and brings us some terrific exclusive figures, such as JoeCanuck, Black Ice, and Shiver. The Meet is held once a year, typically in April, and today JoeCanuck has launched it’s first Newsletter. The plan is to release a monthly newsletter with reviews, articles, and lots more interesting content that Joe fans of every nationality will appreciate.

Click here to check out the premier issue of this Newsletter, and make sure to check for details on the upcoming JoeMeet April 19, 2008.

2008 Canadian GIJoe & 80’s Toy Expo

The 2008 Canadian GIJoe and 80s Toy Expo ( has been announced. It will be Sunday, March 16th at the Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel and Conference Centre. The show features 2 halls filled with dealers selling GIJoe (vintage and 25th Anniversary), Transformers, Star Wars, Super Heroes, and tons of other Action Figures and collectibles. Many of the same dealers from the Action Figure Expo ( and TFcon Toronto ( will be setup at this show. Located at 3063 South Service Road the location is directly off the QEW with free parking for everyone. For directions and more details go to the Canadian GIJoe and 80s Toy Expo website: You can also RSVP via Facebook for the event: