ALL HANDS ON DECK - The USS FLAGG has put in for maintenance at what they believe to be a top-secret location, but Cobra has learned of it, and with only a skeleton crew aboard, Cobra believes this is the perfect time to scuttle the ship once and for all!
Main Set (15 figures total)
Recolored version of original figure. Black jacket, navy blue trousers.
Recolored version of original 1985 figure. Minimal variance. Darker blue trousers.
Recolored version of original 1983 figure. Yellow trim instead of gray in tribute to Funskool version.
Figure: Deep Six
Recolored version of 1989 version. Color scheme based on bulky-suit 1984 version.
Recolored version of 1986 version. Black with yellow trim, similar to Torpedo.
Recolored version of 1990 version. Dark blue trousers, light blue shirt. Keep the orange vest.
Recolored version of 1984 figure. Dark blue color scheme with light blue trim, red Cobra emblem on chest.
Figure: Cobra Eel (x2)
Recolored version of 1985 figure. Black uniform with gray color scheme, similar to modern-style Cobra Eel from the movie line.
Figure: Cobra Diver (x6)
New character for traditional-style figure line. Cobra Eel body molded in red with black trim. Silver emblem. Undertow head with new helmet or at least goggles with breathing hose that attaches to backpack. (The Club actually planned something like this at one point)
Attendee Exclusive (2 Figure Pack or small vehicle)
Cobra Piranha in black. Or maybe the Cobra Night Landing raft in some sort of camouflage pattern.
Souvenir Set (3 Figure Pack):
Cobra Boarding Party - Cobra Eel Elite x3 - 1992 Wet-Suit body with masked Cobra Trooper head. Cobra blue with red trim, silver emblem stamped on chest.
Vehicle with Driver:
G.I. Joe WHALE with Cutter. (or the Shark 9000 if the WHALE isn't available.) Molded in blue-and-gray camouflage pattern. 1992 DEF Cutter figure (I always liked it a bit better than the original). Light blue vest, dark blue trousers.
Airborne - original 1983 figure, with gray uniform with blue camouflage, black vest.
And by the way, I like Vanishing Point's "play mat" idea.