New Posters & TV Spots for G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

Published 5 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 7:51 am,

Today we the two newest posters for G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra as well as several of the latest TV Spots for your viewing pleasure.

To start, here’s the latest for G.I. Joe featuring two of the coolest characters that will be in the movie: Snake Eyes and his sword-fight dance partner, Storm Shadow:


The posters look like the same thing we’ve been seeing over and over again with the countless character posters for this movie. These ones in particular look like they belong on the toy packaging that Hasbro will be pumping out alongside this film.

Check them out and see what you think [Click to Enlarge]:

gi joe snake eyes poster New Posters & TV Spots for G.I. Joe: The Rise of CobraRay Park brings back some Darth Maul-like action as Snake Eyes

gi joe storm shadow poster New Posters & TV Spots for G.I. Joe: The Rise of CobraByung-hun Lee as Storm Shadow

What is interesting about these posters though is that if you put them side-by-side, they form one larger wall poster. Thanks to Screen Rant reader Benny who pointed this out and put the images together for us! Check it out:

gi joe storm shadow and snake eyes New Posters & TV Spots for G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
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If I were a kid and loved this movie (which I totally would of if I were 10 again), I’d want a wallposter like this featuring two of the likely-to-be fan favorites. Especially since that’s the awesome Ray Park playing Snake Eyes which is always a win.

For more G.I. Joe, Page 2 has three of the latest TV spots for you.

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  1. Wow. Notice how they FINALLY actually say “GI Joe” now?
    Up till now none of the trailers/ads have actually SAID it outloud.

  2. I plan on seeing this, despite my feeling that this version of GI Joe may not work on the screen. I read the book, and without dropping any spoilers, I will say that I thought the story at least was okay, pretty much in line with the type of plot you’d find in the old cartoons. If you can buy into the nanotechnology featured in the trailers, you can probably buy the rest. Cobra was always using tech that was pretty outrageously advanced, even in the comic books. Some of the dialogue was terribly cliched, but some of it worked just fine. I did not agree with all of the changes made to the characters / overall setup, but it’s still very much in the same mode as the old Joe cartoon and the British version “Action Force.” I just don’t know if the full package will deliver.

    Regardless of what else happens, it will be cool to see a live-action Snake Eyes doing his thing.

  3. Those posters look freakin awesome.

  4. snake eyes here I come!

  5. with the exception of Snake-eyes and Storm-shadow, I can’t tell any of them apart. G.I.Joe was always about the individuality of the characters meshing together as a team. That’s not here.

  6. This seems like the movie I could take my nephew to and enjoy at the same time.