Hey, remember that G.I. Joe sequel that was suppose to release last summer but due to some “unknown” reason was pulled and put back into production? Well it’s back and ready to rock you like a Cobra strike. Take the jump for the character filled poster!

And there you have it. I have but one complaint: I’m so very tired of seeing Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson doing that facial expression. Surely studios can choose something different for his portion of the poster. What are your thoughts? Love it? Hate it? Could care less? Sound off in the comments below.

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5 Comments

  1. aerohalen1
    December 5, 2012 at 4:13 pm — Reply

    Looks like Bruce Willis has been working out with the Rock.

  2. December 5, 2012 at 4:56 pm — Reply

    Rumor has it (and we all know how you guys feel about rumors) the studio reworked the movie to spare Channing Tatum, having second thoughts about killing off the leading man of the previous movie. If it’s true, it would make the second time Duke was saved by executive meddling, since the same thing happened in the animated G.I. movie in the 80’s.

    Otherwise, I’m looking forward to this movie. I’m a huge Joe fan, and this one looks a lot more in keeping with the franchise than the previous movie.

  3. December 5, 2012 at 5:12 pm — Reply

    Less interested now that it is in 3-D.

  4. Oldcomicfan
    December 5, 2012 at 7:50 pm — Reply

    I couldn’t be less interested. G.I. Joe in the super-hero form has never been anything but a rip-off to sell cheap unarticulated action figures to kids. The real G.I. Joes were Army dolls about a foot high that had all the cool gear we grew up seeing in WWII movies, including a motorized jeep he could ride in. There was also a navy version, air force version and astronaut version. There wasn’t any of this fake sci-fi crud at all. Those were the only true G.I. Joes.

  5. December 6, 2012 at 8:05 am — Reply

    I’ll see it in the Blu-Ray / DVD format, but won’t shell out cash for the theater experience. I was curious why you would kill off Duke anyway, given Tatum’s continuing growth in popularity (and admittedly, I don’t mind him).

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