The back of the box has pictures of the 5 figures and the capsule, plus filecards and instructions for each of the figures. The filecards are modern day interpretations seen on the figures of the time, but still share nods to the original filecards. However, since this is the Toys R Us boxed set, the filecards have pictures of the action figures, not the original Hasbro art work.
The figures out of the box are like Joe Colton, 4 inch scale representations of their 1964 12 inch counterparts and 4 of them are brimming with accessories that really increases their play value. Of course, not many children would enjoy playing with WW2-60s soldiers and I will admit, they do look out of place when placed next to the figures from the GI Joe toys of that era as well, such as Battle Corps, Ninja Force and Mega Marines, but in all honesty, these aren't really aimed at the child fans of GI Joe, these were aimed at collectors and fans of the original toys.