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General Joe Talk / Canada's own: Back-Stop
« on: February 14, 2010, 04:51:21 PM »
i was just reading the article in the old newsletter aboot Back-stop and his poor treatment. Did you know he appeared in Action Force Monthly (aka GI Joe: European Missions) in the UK?

http://www.bloodforthebaron.com/comics/ ... index.html

He's not the star, but he is integral to the team, driving Falcon around in the Persuader, and appears on the cover...

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JoeCanuck Trading Cards / trading cards to UK
« on: February 12, 2010, 03:03:55 PM »
I'd like to get a set of the cards, but I've got to ask, since I'm a UK resident would I still get them gratis or would I have to pay for the postage?

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Off Topic / fan-fic
« on: February 08, 2010, 04:11:27 PM »
so, yeah, I wrote this series of Action Force fan-fics

(http://www.bloodforthebaron.com/project ... index.html here if you wanna read it)

and I'm now doing an Action Man story. I'd like some suggestions of names to use for part of the second story in which the AM team are on exercise in Canada with JTF2 operators. Is there any particularly significant names in the history of Joe Canada I should use?

my AM team is:
Alex Mann (AM's real name in recent years)
Natalie Poole (female character from the 90s AM)
John Steel (a German 'Action Team' character from the 70s)
Tom Stone (the only black AM from the 70s)
Joe Nelson (homage to GI Joe, but he's British)
Mack (don't ask his first name, he hates it)

they're the main shooters. two more are arriving in the second story, Mark King (Mark from a French 'Group Action Joe' figure) and a Ghurka called Kul Thapa.

the other team members are
Jim Peterson and Fiona Ryan (pilots)
Trevor Jones, Ed Nash and Paul Grey (helicopter pilot/co-pilot/loadmaster)
Jack Cooper (communications and computers expert, left with a prosthetic leg after a mission in Somalia)

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Introductions / Hello from Britain!
« on: February 08, 2010, 02:35:13 PM »
howdy canucks!

i'm from merrie olde Englande!

I'm a member on the Blood For The Baron forum and thought I'd stop over and say 'hi' seeing as we're supposed to be buds now.

love the custom stuff you guys have for your cons.

*waves*

and i managed not to do the 'eh' thing once!

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