It Came From YouTube: Get your Sgt. Slaughter G.I Joe figure by calling The Sarge himself!

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Crapper Sean Bateman writs:

Do what Sarge says and be a Joe.

You heard him, kids!

Wow, those boys are really excited to call the Sgt. Slaughter hotline! You can almost hear the director say “Okay guys, I need you to act as excited as humanly possible here. And… ACTION!”.

I like how the Sarge figure knocks down like 6 or 7 of the bad guys.

Did any of you Crappres watch the G.I Joe cartoon or collect the toys when you were a wee tot?

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7 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Get your Sgt. Slaughter G.I Joe figure by calling The Sarge himself!"
  1. Anonymous says:

    I never collected the toys, but I did watch the cartoon. The comic was where it was at though. Legit THE best “boy’s action/adventure” comic of all time. Well written (by an actual vietnam vet) and well drawn as well and more realistic than the cartoon.

  2. Sean Bateman says:

    I watched the cartoon and the animated movie

  3. dallas daniel hessler junior says:

    yo joe

  4. Big Jim says:

    I had a Sarge GI Joe as a kid! I was really into GI Joe and watched the cartoon every morning and got figures for every birthday and Christmas. My love of wrestling and GI Joe coming together blew my tiny mind when I was younger.

  5. John C says:

    At least Sarge didn’t use the dreaded noogie of doom as a finisher on those dastardly thugs.

  6. Peter says:

    Yes I watched GI Joe as a kid, never really got any of the action figures though. However, I did know of Sgt. Slaughter from GI Joe before I even watched wrestling.

  7. Mister Forth says:

    In a few years, he should’ve come in a Sheik & Adnan figures set.

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