More 'G.I. Joe' Cast Photos

As a kid in the late '70s, early '80s, I loved stuff like Voltron, Marvel comics (especially Iron Man, Captain America and the Avengers), the comic book G.I. Joe and later the animated movie and t.v. show, and early on, Speed Racer (Racer X in particular) and the cartoon Submariner. It's great to see how some of these childhood favorites are starting to translate into full-fledged, multi-million dollar blockbuster enterprises. Done right, as with Iron Man, and I'll say it, Speed Racer (despite the naysayers, I cast my lot with the Cinematical and Aint-It-Cool-News reviews that defend it as fun, effective family entertainment), they become great movies for the masses that can stand on their own regardless of any sort of nostalgia factor. Done badly, they're about as memorable as both the Dolph Lundgren and Thomas Jane versions of The Punisher. Next year, we'll all be able to cast our votes on the big-screen version of Joe, but for now, we just have a lot of cool character photos. Here are some of my favorites...

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Ray Park as mysterious commando Snake Eyes.

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Rachel Nichols as Joe heroine Scarlett O'Hara.

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Byung-hun Lee as Snake Eyes' adversary Storm Shadow.

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Channing Tatum as Joe second-in-command Duke.

And even more, new G.I. Joe characters...
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