Monthly Archives: September 2016

A few weeks back we got a great Adventure Team Photo of the Week from Stan J. Koy. And now Stan’s back with another incredible photo of his Adventure Team crew out at work. This one comes from the old days of the Trenches calendar. What a fantastic shot here, with Joe teaming up with his modern UK counterpart, Action Man.

Radiation Detection working alongside his Action Man modern counterpart!

Radiation Detection working alongside his Action Man modern counterpart!

And don’t forget to check out Stan’s previous AT Photo of the Week: Right Here!

We just love all the work that went into creating this diorama. Don’t let Stan have all the fun, submit your own Adventure Team photo at Adventure Team Photo of the Week and your photo could appear right here on this website, just like this one!

It’s time for another Adventure Team Photo of the Week this time from over at the Action Man Mobile Ops Forums where ActionYankee showed off this great kitbash of a 40th Action Man fuzzhead. This is the sort of intense battle we could see any Adventure Team fan falling into. And while this is technically the AT’s British cousin, it’s still a fantastic photo.

Action Man 40th, GI Joe, 12"

When trouble happens, call the Blue Berets for some serious artillery!

He’s dubbed this guy the Blue Beret Heavy Weapons specialist, and you can see why. Here’s what this is comprised of: Action Man Blue Beret Soldier ( Named Sean), 1 40th Action Man Infantry and Support Weapons set, several sandbags, a Timeless Joe Bazooka and Shells, and a Timeless Joe Holster and .45. Now that’s an arsenal anyone would be fearful of!

If you see a great Adventure Team photo or you’d like to see your photo featured, feel free to email us at Adventure Team Photo of the Week and your photo could appear right here on this website, just like this one!

We’ve got a fun shot this time for our Adventure Team Photo of the Week! We’re certain that the Sea Adventurer will love this one from Mike Burke‎. It depicts the Sea Adventurer about to send one of his fellow AT members on an important dive. It looks like they’re already submerged deep in the depths of the ocean in the Sea Wolf submarine.

Find that submerged satellite and come home safe Joe!

Find that submerged satellite and come home safe Joe!

Yep, this one is going to be a tough assignment… But GI Joe can handle it!

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Is it a week? Then it must be time for another Adventure Team Photo of the Week! This week we get an exciting photo from Daniel Preece‎, who crafted this cool shot of a custom Adventure Team Headquarters playset. He whipped this up in Photoshop and printed it out himself. Just check out the boys on duty, preparing for another world-class adventure!

"Stand by for Adventure!"

“Stand by for Adventure!”

Here’s what Daniel had to say about the photo, “Back in my graphic arts days I fancied building my own AT Headquarters using the “flat image walls” that were in style in the 70s. Here are two panels I came up with using Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. I think I got the pics from the Not Your Average Joe website. Map was from Google. The rest is made up, inspired by the ATHQ itself.”

If you see a great Adventure Team photo or you’d like to see your photo featured, feel free to email us at Adventure Team Photo of the Week and your photo could appear right here on this website, just like this one!

Check out these vintage t-shirts, featuring classic Adventure Team artwork. Fun stuff, right? You can tell this photo is from the late 70s or early 80s. But these shirts never existed, did they? Well not exactly. The first clue you can look for is that the AT logo on these shirts actually is an AC.

These vintage t-shirts are from the Brazil version of GI Joe.

These vintage t-shirts are from the Brazil version of GI Joe.

See these are actually t-shirts from Brazil, and their version of the GI Joe Adventure Team. Known there as Falcon, Joe was every bit the everyman he is in the United States, but also a bit more unique. These shirts reflect the “Adventure Collector” (Colecionador de Aventuras) era of Falcon, making him an Indiana Jones style character. Not unlike the Adventure Team, but with less of a focus on the “team”. We’ll be taking a deeper look at Falcon and some of the other versions of the GI Joe Adventure Team around the world as this website develops. But how cool would it be to have one of these t-shirts today?

It’s been a while since we’ve done an Adventure Team Photo of the Week but it seemed like now was a good time to get back into things. This photo is from Stan J. Koy, posted up on one of the Facebook Adventure Team groups. Hopefully Stan doesn’t mind us reposting here, because it’s such a nice bit of photography. And it’s pre-digital era too, which makes it even sweeter.

Now that's a volcano jumper!

Now that’s a volcano jumper!

Here’s what Stan had to say about the photo, “Proof once again that The Adventure Team Has The Situation Controlled! My still favorite- a muscle body Land Adventurer whom restarted my 12″ Joe passion in the late 1980’s, here on my honeymoon in Hawaii, hiking the Iki Trail on Kilauea on March 20th, 1998! I was on a budget- so that was an orange jumpsuit and not the Volcano Jumper one…but I’ve fixed and completed that for him since!”

If you see a great Adventure Team photo or you’d like to see your photo featured, feel free to email us at Adventure Team Photo of the Week and your photo could appear right here on this website, just like this one!

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