"G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" (1982-1994) comprised an entertainment media franchise about patriotic multi-ethnic American commandos battling fictional terrorist group Cobra, a populist thrill franchise that included animated television shows, animated specials, a cute toy action figure line, full-length films, and daring martial costumes.
This franchise presented various adventure storylines about curiously brave avatar characters such as Storm Shadow and Sargent Slaughter who battled over government dominion.
"G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" (1982-1994) allegorized altruistic and mighty social groups such as the Red Cross and the Navy Seals and fictionalized guerrilla terrorist groups such as the Armed Islamic Group of Algeria (GIA) and the Irish Republican Army (IRA), and its vivid cartoon paintings of idealized strength characterizations reflect the psychological timeless social appreciation of Earth-harmony initiatives such as the people-friendly Special Olympics and the Earth First movement.
One symbolic heroic character named Snake Eyes can have certain intriguing love conspiracies with the offbeat beautiful hero female character Scarlett and the two alluring villain characters, sneaky Baroness and poisonous Pythona. This unusual love thrill would reflect the civilization intrigue associated with cleverness glorification.
Do these populist avatar considerations reflect the market value of the artistic Hollywood (USA) movie "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" (2009)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?