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The Street Fighter II toy line was a subline of the very popular G.I. Joe toyline that contained a series of action figures produced by Hasbro in 1993 based on Street Fighter II. The figures were redecos of previous G.I. Joe molds (mostly from their Ninja Force sub-line), but with new heads, though some of them used brand new molds. Gimmicks included either spring-loaded weapons or spring-loaded moves. As with almost every G.I. Joe figure in 1993, each figure had a "tree" of accessories.
- Ryu (Ninja Force Slice redeco with a new head)
- Ken Masters (Ninja Force Storm Shadow redeco with a new head)
- Guile (A mix of 1986, 1987 and 1991 molds and a new head)
- Chun-Li (Ninja Force Scarlett redeco with a new head)
- Blanka (1988 Road Pig redeco with a new head)
- M. Bison (A mix of 1988 and 1992 molds and a new head)
- Edmond Honda (A brand new mold)
- Dhalsim (A brand new mold)
- Zangief (A mix of 1989 and 1991 molds and a new head)
- Vega (Ninja Force Banzai redeco with a new head)
- Balrog (1987 Big Boa redeco with a new head)
- Sagat (A brand new mold)
Spring loaded gimmicksEdit
- Dragon Punch move (Ryu)
- Double Fireball Fists move (Ken Masters)
- Sonic Boom Bazooka launcher (Guile)
- Whirlwind Kick move (Chun-Li)
- Beast Blaster launcher (Blanka)
- Flaming Torpedo launcher (M. Bison)
- Hundred Hand Slap move (Edmond Honda)
- Fire Fist move (Dhalsim)
- Pile Driver launcher (Zangief)
- Matador Mash move (Vega)
- Knockout launcher (Balrog)
- Thai Chop move (Sagat)
- Beast Blaster (with Champion Edition Blanka and Chun-Li)
- Crimson Cruiser (with Champion Edition M. Bison)
- Sonic Boom Tank (with Champion Edition Guile)
- Dragon Fortress (with Champion Edition Ryu and Ken Masters)
- Even though he is depicted with his trademark claw in his card art, Vega didn't come with any claws in his "tree" of accessories. The only way to make him accurate to the card art is to give him one of the claws that came with either Chun-Li or Sagat.
- Yo Joe! - Site with details of the figures.