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Hot New Product———1:6 Scale Home Safes Found at “Local Craft Store” in West Virginia For Just $3!

Is it SAFE? Indeed it is, until Michael Hinchman's "Safecracker Joe" gets his hands on it! These superb "home safes" are now available in local "craft stores" around the country. Happy Hunting! (Photo: Michael Hinchman)

Is it SAFE? Indeed it is, until “Safe-cracker Joe” gets his kung-fu grip on it! These superb “home safes” are now available in local craft stores around the country. Happy Hunting! (Photo: Michael Hinchman)

Would you pay REAL money for this fake money? Decidedly not. But that safe? Oh, YEAH! (Photo: Michael Hinchman) Click to enlarge.

Would you pay REAL money for this fake money? Of course not. But that safe? Oh yeah, BABY! (Photo: Michael Hinchman) Click to enlarge.

Bottom Line: Just a quick heads up on a cool-looking 1:6 scale home safe discovered recently by master customizer, Michael Hinchman in Barboursville, West Virginia. It comes in a pack with some play money and a “gold” money clip, so your kids can play like they’re rich or something. But 1:6 scalers won’t care about all that. They’ll most likely toss the faux cash and eagerly reach for the superb little safe. Built out of durable plastic, it features an opening door, nicely detailed combination dial, and strong-looking hinges. With some minor touch-ups, it would make a perfect addition to any 1:6 scale “safe-cracking” diorama. According to Hinchman: malecomment

“I actually found this for $3 at my local craft store. I would’ve expected to find something like this at a dollar store, but the craft stores are expanding their inventories to compete. Ironic no?”

Our sincerest thanks to Michael for his “eagle-eyed” report of this exciting new 1:6 scale find. To see what Hinchman’s “Safe-cracker Joe” has planned for the safe shown above, we recommend you take a look at the actual safe-cracking video clip shown down below. But remember, while such illicit activities may seem like a good way for your Joes to solve their “financial frustrations,” your Law Enforcement Joes are always on the job (see below).

My NYPD Top Cop cuffs Joe before taking him his infamous "Perp Walk." (Photo: Mark Otnes)

Crime Does NOT Pay! Even at 1:6 scale, bad-guy Joes will always pay for their misdeeds. Here, an NYPD Top Cop (w/PoP patches) cuffs a painted-hair “Safecracker Joe” before taking him off to the hoosegow. (Photo: Mark Otnes)

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Action Man Fans Working to Ensure Palitoy’s UK Version of 1:6 Scale G.I. Joes Are Never Forgotten

Much Like its American Counterpart G.I. Joe, the wide variety of original Action Man (AM) products was literally breathtaking. Children of the 1960s and ’70s can still remember finding this sort of display inside local toy and department stores. As adults, those same fans are now working to ensure Palitoy’s beloved UK/Europe toy line will never be forgotten. (Photo: Palitoy) Click to enlarge.

Action Man fan and collector, Robert Wisdom, poses alongside "his better half" for a pic taken at a recent 1940s weekend in Sheringham, Norfolk. The event is held every September in the UK, and according to Robert, "is a great chance to get out my 1940s Battle of Britain dress uniform and soak up the atmosphere, ride steam trains and marvel at Spitfires flying overhead. Hundreds of US vehicles line the streets too, so it's worth a trip over the pond!" Sounds like a FANTASTIC time! (Photo: Robert Wisdom)

Action Man fan, collector and advocate, Robert Wisdom, poses alongside “his better half” for a pic taken at a recent 1940s weekend in Sheringham, Norfolk. The event is held every September in the UK, and according to Wisdom, “is a great chance to get out my 1940s Battle of Britain dress uniform and soak up the atmosphere, ride steam trains and marvel at Spitfires flying overhead. Hundreds of US vehicles line the streets too, so it’s worth a trip over the pond!” Sounds like a FANTASTIC time! (Photo: Robert Wisdom)

All-New Websites, Videos, DVDs, and Limited-Edition Books Are Being Created to Commemorate the Upcoming 50th Anniversary of Palitoy’s 12-inch Action Figure

When someone REALLY loves someone—or someTHING—he or she often chooses to share their positive, heartwarming feelings through some sort of physical manifestation or demonstration.

For example, heroes and other historic figures regularly have statues or other memorials erected in their honor. Famous personalities of all sorts and stripes, because of their past and/or present notoriety, have books and videos created about their lives and careers. Even beloved family members receive similar treatments when relatives commission cemetery markers, portrait paintings, or family photo albums or DVDs in their memory.
So why not—Action Man?

That’s right. Inanimate persons, places and things can also be revered and remembered by their ardent fans and followers. You only have to visit a local shopping mall to gaze upon a multitude of books, videos, calendars and other commemorative objects devoted to such diverse (non-living) subjects as Texas BBQ, the Eiffel Tower, Muscle Cars, Superheroes, Hobbies, Hollywood Films, etc. If making people recall something fondly is the main criteria for such commemoration, then certainly the upcoming 50th anniversary of Palitoy’s Action Man (AM) is worthy of WORLDWIDE acclaim.

Unofficial Action Man HQ (Logo: Robert Wisdom)

Fun for Fans—The “Unofficial Action Man HQ” website, created by professional graphic artist, Robert Wisdom, has become a popular hub of activity for AM collectors worldwide. (Logo: Robert Wisdom)

Action Man Commemorations Being Ably Guided With Aid of Graphics Professionals

As much as we enjoy “amateur” fan tributes created in honor of GIjOE and Action Man, it’s always such a pleasure whenever top-drawer graphic artists, illustrators and professional designers come along and offer up their considerable talents to support the cause of commemorating our favorite 12-inch action heroes. One such talented and artistic fan is Robert Wisdom of the UK. Robert’s new “Unofficial Action Man HQ” website (HERE) has become one of the hobby’s leading AM forums and his creation of professional-quality AM photography and videos, is also doing a great deal to advance the 1:6 scale collecting hobby as well (see sample video clip above).

Indeed, after the backhanded AM “tribute” proffered by James May on his James May’s Toy Stories program (HERE), Wisdom’s more positive contributions to Action Man feel like a breath of fresh air. And while other AM collectors are openly expressing a desire, nay a HUNGER, for better treatment of their favorite toy, it’s wonderful to discover fans such as Wisdom who are willing and (professionally) able to assist them in that regard. When its 50th anniversary arrives in 2016, it appears Action Man will finally receive the level of respect and commemoration he deserves.

It's all about RESPECT— One of the recent AM "photo bombs" by Robert Wisdom shows how powerful a teaching tool and the veteran 12-inch action line

Changing of the Guards— This stunning 1:1-1:6 scale “photo bomb,” created by professional graphics wiz, Robert Wisdom, reveals the amazing realism of Action Man whilst posed alongside a REAL member of the Queen’s Life Guards. Out-STANDING work, Robert! (Photo: Robert Wisdom)

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While there are scores of Action Man collectors around the world, for the sake of time and space, we’re focusing today on the intriguing efforts of England’s Robert Wisdom. Wisdom is a die-hard AM collector and has devoted a great deal of his own personal and professional time towards the toy’s promotion and commemoration. In the following exclusive interview with The Joe Report, he explains his connection to Action Man and how he plans to honor the toy line in the future:

Robert Wisdom, Action Man fan and collector (Photo: Robert Wisdom)

Robert Wisdom, Action Man fan and collector (Photo: Robert Wisdom)

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“I received my first Action Man (a Talking Commander, blond) for Christmas, 1971. I would have been around six. He was an instant hit. He knew exactly what I was thinking and played hard at whatever I suggested without a second thought. A true buddy. As kids, we used our imaginations. It’s sad to say that today’s kids, for the most part, have it all worked out and done for them. They don’t create. They just play with what’s already created, and then in a year later (or less!) it becomes another unloved thing in a charity box.

I know Action Man, in my childhood, lasted for YEARS. He was very much an extension of me. He did the things I dreamt of doing and that which I dared not do. At some point, Mum would have noticed I didn’t play with Action Man so much, a bit like the scene in Toy Story where Andy starts to overlook Woody. And so, sadly, my childhood collection is elsewhere—possibly the plastic graveyard in the sky.

But it wasn’t too long after Art College and embarking on a fledgling career as designer, that I rediscovered Action Man. I was now in my 20’s and had the good fortune to accompany a dear father-in-law to a Toy Fair in a community hall to look for the Matchbox Models of Yesteryear that he collected. Whilst there, I saw a flock-haired tank commander nestled between some other bits and couldn’t leave without ‘rescuing’ him from his plight.

It all came flooding back… I slowly became hooked again, and eventually set about reading up on AM and running the Unofficial Action Man HQ (UAMHQ) website, just to share what I had learned. I was disappointed there was almost a total lack of info on the web! I approached a well-respected AM expert to assist / partner the build of a new website, but he was pretty uninterested (which surprised me). Today, the site needs another overhaul, now that we are all broadband enabled.”

“I currently run a design agency in the UK (HERE) and the next big project I’m trying to organise is a 300-page, 13″ limited-edition square book (with a slip case) for Action Man collectors by Action Man collectors. ‘MISSION 50′ will be one of a kind—the likes of which have not been seen before on this subject.

It will be an AM book to end all AM books, with high-res actual size photography, minute detail and footnotes on changes to production, rarity and suchlike from 1966 thru 1984. A lot still needs to be considered, we need to approach all the copyright holders and the powers that lurk beneath. I cannot do it on my own, I need to have a team of enthusiasts on board, but initial response has been excellent and I am considering crowd-funding when the proposition is worked out in detail.”

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An AM Book to End All AM Books— Robert Wisdom’s “Mission 50″ hardcover book is expected to weigh-in at 300 full-color pages that fit neatly within its own protective slip-case. (Photo: Robert Wisdom)

“In addition to the UAMHQ website and its forum, a Facebook Page (HERE) has also been created. That Facebook page is expected to become key to helping me ascertain how popular the MISSION 50 concept is and for spreading the word around about its production. I would like to ask any AM enthusiasts out there to PLEASE take the time to ‘like’ that page.

And as to the future, I suppose, as a mark of respect, we should all continue to seek out, repair, and restore (to original condition) those little fellas that set us FREE to explore and enjoy a healthy childhood—before computers came along to ‘fake it’ all for us. Action Man will surely outlast all of us mortals, and it was a pleasure that we (of a certain age) were there at his birth.” —Robert Wisdom

The modern-day Action Man logo is superb and would look GREAT on some all-new 50th Anniversary products! (Graphic: Wikipedia)

The POWER of Great Graphics— The modern-day Action Man logo is superb and would look GREAT on some all-new 50th Anniversary (or later) products. Is it time for another relaunch? (Graphic: Wikipedia)

The Story of Action Man has been faithfully recounted on a superb 2013 DVD by Australia's Tony Roberts. (Photo: ebay)

The Story of Action Man has been faithfully recounted on a superb 2013 DVD by Australia’s Tony Roberts. (Photo: ebay)

Bottom Line: The story of Action Man closely parallels that of our own beloved GIjOE, trailing its development by only a couple of years. Much of AM’s equipment is similar, and much is identical. But without a doubt, Palitoy’s Action Man was responsible for the creation of a multitude of unique 1:6 scale product innovations (of which we are continually jealous!). Our sincerest thanks and best wishes go out to Robert Wisdom for all of his generous assistance with this article, and to the Action Man fans around the world, we’d like to wish you all a “Happy 50th Anniversary” in 2016. While we eagerly await that exciting date (and hopefully the release of Wisdom’s Mission 50), may we suggest that you pick up a DVD of 2013’s The Story of Action Man (HERE) produced by renowned AM fan, Tony Roberts, of Australia (view teaser below). It’s equally informative and entertaining. Go, Action Man!

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G.I. Joe Collector’s Club Reveals Pics of Actual Production Version of 2015 JoeCon 12-Inch Set

Exterior of main box. (Photo: GIjCC)

Exterior of the JoeCon 2015’s 12-inch exclusive’s main box. (Photo: GIjCC) Click to enlarge.

Bottom Line: If you’re a regular reader of The Joe Report, then you know all about this set already. Nonetheless, these new pics of the ACTUAL production version should be quite interesting to any of you still battling with your conscience and bank balance. Remember, although it’s not shown in these images, a 12-inch figure also comes with this set and is tucked into that coffin box with a shirt, pants, tan cap, boots, holster and pistol. Finally, according to an official post from the club:

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“The production run on these is VERY low.”

The full set revealed, with packing materials. (Photo: GIjCC) Click to enlarge.

The full set revealed. Geronimo! (Photo: GIjCC) Click to enlarge.

Closeup of left side. (Photo: GIjCC) Click to enlarge.

Closeup of left side contents. (Photo: GIjCC)

And the right side. Nothing unexpected. (Photo: GIjCC) Click to enlarge.

And the right side. Nothing unexpected. (Photo: GIjCC)

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Final Pic of JoeCon 2015’s 12″ Exclusive Revealed!

The 12" exclusive for JoeCon 2015 (only 1 figure included) (Photo: GIjCC)

What You See is What You Get—Almost. The 12″ exclusive for JoeCon 2015 (Photo: GIjCC)

Bottom Line: They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, if that’s the case, we should probably just shut-up and let this latest pic from the GIjOE Collector’s Club do all the talking. And if you’re still on the fence about purchasing this expensive exclusive, maybe the club’s final press release on the subject will convince you one way or the other. It reads as follows:

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“The 2015 G.I. JOE Convention boxed 12-inch figure set includes: one (1) 12” 1969 styled G.I. JOE figure and two complete uniform sets all packed in a collector friendly souvenir box. ‘ADVENTURES OF G.I. JOE – ADVENTURER’ Inside the larger presentation box, you will find this excellent reproduction 12” G.I. JOE Adventurer with a reproduction of the “red top” box he came packaged in back in 1969. ‘THE FANTASTIC FREE FALL’ This is one of the most iconic accessory sets made for 12” G.I. Joe. It is featured on the art for 1969 Adventurer’s ‘red top’ long box. ‘DESCENT INTO DARKNESS’ Dressed all in black, G.I. JOE is on a stealth mission and must avoid detection. Don’t miss this fantastic 2015 GIJoeCon 12” Souvenir Box Set!”
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5TH PIC OF 2015 JOECON’S 12″ EXCLUSIVE RELEASED!

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Same pilot, DIFFERENT uniform! JoeCon 2015 12″ Exclusive Set pic #5. (Photo: GIJCC)

Bottom Line: Make that TWO parachutes. The second—sorry, THIRD uniform—included in the GIjOE Collector’s Club 12″ exclusive set is an interesting “stealth mission” ensemble featuring a SECOND, uniquely detailed black helmet and BLACK “Mae West” life vest. Combine this outfit with the orange one and the basic t-shirt outfit and you get THREE complete outfits along with the two repro “red top” boxes, 2 parachutes and various supporting equipment. There’s still (at least) one photo to be released. We can’t WAIT to see what else comes with this set. According to the club’s official press release, here’s the latest intel regarding this increasingly exciting set:

“This is the reproduction 12-inch 1969 Adventurer stripped of his long box gear and redressed in ONE of the uniforms sets included in the larger outer box that holds the entire 12-inch convention set. “DESCENT INTO DARKNESS is a new spin on the classic pilot look of the vintage 12-inch G.I. JOE! Dressed all in black, G.I. JOE is on a stealth mission and must avoid detection! The second uniform set comes with:

Black pilot helmet with visor and oxygen mask
Black flight suit
Black Mae West vest
Black parachute
Black Parachute pack 
Signal light 
Flashlight
Tall black boots”

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New “PlastiMake” Product Provides Alternative Method to Create Replacement Parts For G.I. Joe Vehicles, Etc., Without a 3-D Printer———By Hand!

Plastimake, a simple plastic molding compound that enables you to make small plastic parts with your own hands. (Photo: Plastimake)

Plastimake is a simple plastic molding compound that enables you to make and mold small plastic parts with your bare hands (and various sculpting molds and tools, too). (Photo: Plastimake)

Sometimes a new product or idea comes along that collectors of GIjOEs (and vintage toys in general) only have to look at for 1 second to realize that it holds numerous possibilities for their hobby. Plastimake is one such product. As soon as we saw the company’s video demonstration (shown below), we realized that we’d stumbled upon yet another solution to the age-old toy collector’s dilemma of missing or broken plastic parts.

Wassamatta? Can’t afford to hire a professional sculptor to recreate that missing plastic tow hook or other odd part? No problem. Can’t afford one of those new-fangled 3-D printers that require CAD software knowledge or scanning technology? No problem. Is your missing or broken part so small than these expensive solutions seem like taking a sledgehammer to kill a mosquito? No problem! Plastimake or its competitor, Thermomorph, may be the answer you’ve been waiting for.

Bottom Line: This information is all so new that we don’t know much more than you do at this point. But hobbyists who prefer to “make their own” 1:6 scale miniatures and work with their hands will DEFINITELY find these new products appealing. It’s looks similar to working with Play-Dough, and the fact that it’s infinitely reusable means you don’t have to worry about wasting $. If you goof up, simply reheat and try again. And AGAIN! It doesn’t take a genius to envision hundreds of ways these products could be utilized for the GIjOE/Action Man/Geyperman hobby. There are many videos about this subject already posted on YouTube, but we suggest you start with the following. (You may be seeing your future!)

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4th PIC OF 2015 JOECON’S 12″ EXCLUSIVE RELEASED!

The 2015 JoeCon 12" exclusive figure comes as shown, plus more! (Photo: GIjCC)

The 2015 JoeCon 12″ exclusive figure comes as shown, plus more! (Photo: GIjCC)

There’s not a lot of surprises here, but at least the club has finally confirmed the figure will come with a helmet. Overall, he’s pretty cool looking, though not necessarily ground-breaking (unless his ‘chute doesn’t open—HA). According to the club’s official description:

“This is the reproduction 12-inch 1969 Adventurer stripped of his long box gear and redressed in ONE of the uniforms sets included in the larger outer box that holds the entire 12-inch convention set. FANTASTIC FREEFALL is one of the most iconic accessory sets made for 12” G.I. Joe! It is featured on the art for 1969 Adventurer’s “red top” long box and comes with:

Gold pilot helmet with visor and oxygen mask 
Orange flight suit 
Yellow Mae West vest 
Parachute 
Parachute pack 
Signal light 
Flashlight
Tall black boots”

Bottom Line: Yes, you can easily recreate most of this with items from your “spare parts” bin. Yes, it comes with 2 nifty repro boxes. Yes, you’re essentially paying $340 or $410 for those two nifty repro boxes. Yes, we’re still on the fence about whether to buy one, too. Stay tuned for more pics!

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3rd Pic of 2015 JoeCon’s 12″ Exclusive Released!

Things are getting interesting— Especially for fans of the vintage 12-inch GIjOEs. The most recently released pic from the GIjOE Collector’s Club reveals some of what will be included in this year’s JoeCon exclusive, including…ANOTHER BOX! (Photo: GIjCC)

Bottom Line: The GIjOE Collector’s Club continues to play 12-inch GIjOE fans like fish-on-the-line, teasing and tugging at our 1:6-lovin’ heartstrings in a blatant and (effective) attempt to boost sales and attendance to this year’s JoeCon in Springfield, IL. We have to admit their efforts appear to be working, and the latest 12-inch “teaser” photo reveals the following juicy intel:

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This year’s 12” Convention set is unique as it features a vintage styled reproduction figure and uniform ALONG with an additional NEW uniform based on the patterns and tooling for the reproduction uniform set!

Inside the larger presentation box, you will find this excellent reproduction 12” G.I. Joe Adventurer with a reproduction of the “red top” box he came packaged in back in 1969. Only two figures were offered in the line that year, as G.I. Joe was transitioned from the original military line to the Adventure Team line of the 1970s.

He comes with his tan pants, white tee shirt, boots, shoulder holster with revolver, dog tag and cap. The tan cap and tee shirt alone are highly sought after by vintage G.I. Joe collectors. The box for this figure is also difficult to come by. In the 2015 set, they all are offered as licensed reproductions for the very first time.

 

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First Pic! 2015 JoeCon’s 12″ Exclusive Revealed

A rough prototype pic of the box for the JoeCon 2015 12" exclusive set

Geronimo! A rough prototype pic of the box for the JoeCon 2015 12″ exclusive set. (Photo: GIjCC)

The GIjOE Collector’s Club finally revealed today (in a newly released PDF file) that it is definitely creating an exclusive 12-inch figure for fans and collectors of the original 1:6 scale line. It’s yet another parachute-themed set, this one dubbed “The Adventures Of G.I. Joe Test Pilot featuring Fantastic Freefall and Descent into Darkness.” <phew!> The cover of the set’s box (currently only visible in this low-resolution version) looks like it will be quite a nice tribute to the old “red top” boxes from 1969, combining an action photograph of the figure as it parachutes down with artwork of his ’60s jet fighter going down in flames behind him. According to the club’s description:

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“This set commemorates the very short run of the 1969 “Adventures Of” series and features a 12” G.I. Joe Adventurer in a reproduction of a “red-top” long box along with his tan cap and pants, white t-shirt, dog tag, Label revolver, brown shoulder holster, and brown boots. He also comes with a reproduction Fantastic Freefall parachute accessory set and a new Descent into Darkness night-ops version of the same parachute accessory set.* All of these items will be packaged together in a display box featuring art from the “Adventures Of” era.” ($340 for members, $410 for non-members)

Bottom Line: The GIjOE Collector’s Club is famous for its outstanding 12-inch convention exclusives. Oddly, their description didn’t list the Freefall pilot’s key piece of equipment, his distinctive gold, white and black helmet with “G.I. Joe” stenciled on it, but we’re sure that’s going to be included (right?). Anyway, let’s hope so. All in all, this appears to be real winner (if only it wasn’t so EXPENSIVE). One final thing to remember: As the club continues phasing out 12-inch collectors, the quantities of their 1:6 scale products are sure to become more and more limited. Therefore, we recommend you keep your eyes peeled for future updates regarding its availability. We can’t wait to see some more (sharper) photos of the actual set. Should be VERY cool! Go, JOE!

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NEW Products! Working 1:6 Scale Desk Lamps

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Let There Be Light! This superb 1:6 scale, adjustable miniature desk lamp comes complete with bulb and battery for only $1. Available at most Dollar General Stores NOW. Great for your next diorama! (Photo: Gary Stair)

Here's what the lamp looks like in the store. Happy Hunting! (Photo: Gary Stair)

LED Power! Here’s what the lamp looks like in the store. Happy Hunting! (Photo: Gary Stair)

Bottom Line: Our sincerest thanks go out to eagle-eyed Field Reporter, Gary Stair, who filed the following exciting report over our model 33 teletype machine today. According to Stair:

“Hi Mark, Maybe some of the other 1:6 scalers would love these little desk lamps I found recently at Dollar General. I purchased a couple in the black color, but they’re available in red, blue and white as well. Pretty COOL! They also come with batteries and a push button on-off switch at the top, just like 1:1 scale versions—and they’re even adjustable. Amazing! Enjoy!” —Gary Stair
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Let’s get to work! Stair’s GIjOE prepares to plan his next mission, aided by the bright light of his nifty new 1:6 scale desk lamp from Dollar General. Absolutely perfect! (Photo: Gary Stair)

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At such a low price point, it’s a no-brainer for collectors and customizers to pick up 2 or 3 of these 1:6 scale desk lamps for use in their dioramas. EXCELLENT work, Gary! (Photo: Gary Stair)

Captain Action's not getting any younger, and he could use some extra lighting for his desk, too! (Photo: Gary Stair)

Captain Action’s not getting any younger, and could use a light at his desk, too! (Photo: Gary Stair)

UPDATE—THIS JUST IN:

We realize that not everyone has a Dollar General store in their area, so we started to search around online for similar products. While we couldn’t find any other miniature 1:6 scale desk lamps for $1 (that price is INDEED a bargain), we were able to locate an even better-looking version for a shade under $10. They’re called “Tiny Tim Book Lights” and they’re widely available in most bookstores and online at places like Amazon HERE. Yes, you can buy 10 of the Dollar General versions (if you can find them) for just 1 of the Tiny Tims, but Tim’s details appear to be superior. So, you know… Whatever you decide—Happy Hunting, 1:6ers! 

More expensive? Yes. Better? Maybe. These "Tiny Tim Desk Lights" are similar and slightly superior to the dollar store versions, but they're also much more expensive. Caveat Emptor!  (Photo: Amazon)

More expensive? Yes. Better? Yes. These “Tiny Tim Desk Lights” are similar to the $1 versions, yet are clearly superior in terms of detail. They’re also (much) more expensive. (Photo: Amazon)

Here's what the "Tiny Tim" lights look like in their packages. We love them, but recommend that you shop around before deciding! (Photo: Amazon)

Here’s what the “Tiny Tim” lights look like in their packages. We love ‘em, but recommend that you shop around before deciding. (Photo: Amazon)

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