Art by Andrew Wildman and Rurik Tyler. JOE team is politically correct and ready for anything. The increasingly colorful adventures continue in classic stories like "Firefly," "Playing with the Big Boys," "Last Stand," and more.
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Volume 14 - 1st printing. Art by Andrew Wildman. Volume 14 - 2nd and later printings. Volume 15 - 1st printing. Art by Phil Gosier. The original run of Marvel's G. Volume 16 - 1st printing. Art by Agustin Padilla and S.
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Cover by Chris Madden. Originally ending at issue , long-time G. Volume 17 - 1st printing. Art by S. Gallant and Ron Wagner. Larry Hama picks up the original storyline from G. Volume 18 - 1st printing. Gallant and Ron Frenz. Larry Hama picks up the storyline from the original G. The hunt for the Blue Ninjas rages on all sides. Meanwhile, Darklon remains a G.
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JOE prisoner until an attempt to transfer him from The Pit goes horribly awry. Volume 19 - 1st printing. Gallant, Ron Wagner, and Sergio Cariello. In Benzheen, Darklon and Colonel Faroud want to test out their newly acquired nuclear device. Stalker leads a team to rescue hostages captured by pirates. And Jinx and Pale Peony are on the trail of some new intelligence that could have far reaching implications. Volume 20 - 1st printing. Picking up where the classic series left off, longtime fans can continue following the adventures of their favorite characters from the legendary toy line of the s.
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As the turmoil in Sierra Gordo deepens, the Joes begin to unravel the true nature of the situation and Cobra's connection to it all. Larry Hama helped define what it meant for '80's kids to be a "Real American Hero! Dollar Bin Codeword. Date This week Last week Past month 2 months 3 months 6 months 1 year 2 years Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre s s s s s s Search Advanced.
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Classic G. Joe, Volume 15 Classic G. Joe 15 by Larry Hama ,. Peter Quinones. Ernie Stiner. The original run of Marvel's G.
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Huge cast of characters and a great evil villain and organization balances the series well. Very recommended. Joe: A Real American Hero, issues - This is it, the the final ten issues of the original Marvel series. As much as I loved this comic series, I feel like it was time to end it. Things were just getting more and more out there with brainwashing machines, space fights, and unbelievable ninja feats. It felt like they were trying so hard to sell that last batch of toys the story started to be secondary. They drifted far away from the origin of the story, which was The Joes, a realistic G.
They drifted far away from the origin of the story, which was The Joes, a realistic military special forces team. The reason I gave it four stars was two of these issues were incredible. First is when the original Joe shows the origin of the Joe team. The second is the final issue, which is fabulous.
Wade's son wants to join the military and won't listen to his dad. So, Wade has him write Snake Eyes a letter asking for advice. The reply tells what life in the military is really like and the good and bad parts.