I had this record and book set, plus a few secondhand pieces to this G.I. Joe Adventure Team set. Good times. I dig how the uploader added some limited animation in a very Marvel Superheroes way. Before home video, ruling out projectors that most of us didn’t have, this was the only game in town. OK, sure there was the View-Master too.
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I had this book and record as a kid and still do. Every time I hear this or even see images from it, fond memories appear. Oh, the hours as a kid playing this record over-and-over again. I had a G.I. Joe figure and really wanted the Mummy’s Tomb playset. Sigh… long before the days of “Yo, Joe!”
I was just rearranging my stuff and found my copy of the book and record set. Glad I kept it. I had the ATV, my favorite of all the Adventure Team vehicles, but the size made it impossible to keep in our little trailer.
Fantastic! I hope you post photos of it someday soon! I’m sure you played the record as much as I did and still have lines memorized. Does that mean the ATV no longer exists? 🙁
I am afraid so. After we lost our home in 2020, many things had to go. It was rough, but I think we came out stronger.
Sorry. I’m glad you’re okay.
No worries! I reflect on what we do have every day. It’s still more than a lot of other more unfortunate folks. 🙂
I’m mostly familiar with the 3/34th – I didn’t know the originals had cool stuff like this. Neat!
Oh yeah… The Adventure Team was chock full of insanely awesome stuff. Moreso than the original run of the brand in the 60s.