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GeneralsJoes Reviews IDW G.I. Joe: ARAH #160

Yes, I know Issue #161 hits comic shops tomorrow…that ones coming, too, I promise.
I figured I should play catch up a bit at least first.
The frenetic, crazed continuation of the original Marvel G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero title rushes on, full speed ahead, and shows no  sign of letting up, for better or worse.  It’s been a bit of a roller coaster ride getting to this point, but as we appear to sort of wrap up this first “arc”, I find myself growing just a bit tired of “business as usual” in this particular title.
To read the full review (spoilers included) click the Read the rest of this entry link below.

GeneralsJoes Reviews Pursuit of Cobra Wave 3 Storm Shadow

Well, it feels like forever since there were new toys to review!  I’ve spent so much time with G.I. Joe: Renegades, that I felt it only appropriate to get these Pursuit of Cobra reviews out as soon as humanly possible to avoid fandom revolt for folks who are sick and tired of the latest G.I. Joe animated adventures.
My goal is to post one review per day of Wave 3 from now until Friday.  First up is Storm Shadow…  yeah, I’m starting with him.  It can only get better from here, right?
Check out the review in the Pursuit of Cobra Review Page, or directly at the link below:

Five Page Previews for IDW G.I. Joe Titles for December 8th

This Wednesday promises to be a big day for G.I. Joe comic fans, with a trio of new releases hitting local comic shops.  Check out the galleries and descriptions below for G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #161, G.I. Joe: Future Noir #2, and G.I. Joe: Origins #22.
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #161
Larry Hama (w) • Agustin Padilla (a) • Padilla, Rod Whigham (c)
COBRA wastes no time in sending the Brainwave Scanner re-programmed DARK SNAKE EYES to hunt down the rogue G.I. JOE squad. The Joes might stand a chance if they decide to trust STORM SHADOW and believe that he is on their side now, but…
2 regular covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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G.I. Joe: Future Noir Special #2 (of 2)
Andy Schmidt (w) • Giacomo Bevilacqua (a & c)
WHAT?! A GIANT COBRA EATING TOKYO?! And someone is RIDING it? It’s up to G.I. JOE to stop it and take down the mysterious and evil organization known as COBRA and their new secret weapon: SERPENTOR! And they’ve only got 52 manga-filled pages to do it in!
B&W w/greytones • 56 pages • $7.99

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G.I. Joe: Origins #22
David Lapham (w) • Werther Dell’Edera (a) • Tom Feister (c)
Michael Monk falls further down the rabbit hole, climbing the ladder of success out of Colossus and into “the Movement.” With his family, his life, and his very his sanity at stake, the “Mad Monk” will do anything to achieve his mission goals, even if he has to step over the dead bodies of G.I. JOE to do it…
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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