The Geeksverse

» GI Joe: Special Missions

Leaving Proof 263 | Remembering Herb Trimpe (1939–2015)
Published on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 by Long-time Incredible Hulk, Godzilla, and G.I. Joe comics artist Herb Trimpe passed away on the evening of April 13, 2015, at the age of 75. We pay our respects in this brief tribute to the man whose work in and out of comics touched the lives of so many. (more…)...
G.I. Joe Renaming: A Joe By Any Other Name…
Published on Saturday, January 19, 2013 by The IDW version of G.I. Joe has taken the military team in new directions in the past several years. The book was more covert until after the Cobra Civil War when the new commander changed the way the war was waged. Now, the books are being renamed and starting again at issue #1.  Like the previous renumberings of these books, the story seems to be running consistent...
Leaving Proof 157 | The Oktober Guard brought the Cold War home to a generation of young readers
Published on Sunday, November 4, 2012 by Leaving Proof takes a look back on comics' Oktober Guard, the Warsaw Pact's foil to the American G.I. Joe team, and how their depiction over the years reflected and occasionally presaged changing popular attitudes during the Cold War. (more…)...
Larry Hama: The Comixverse Interview
Published on Sunday, August 19, 2012 by Artist, writer, and editor Larry Hama has been involved in making comics for about four decades now. A recent recipient of an Inkpot Award, he is perhaps best known in the comic book community for writing and occasionally illustrating the 1980s G.I. Joe comic books published by Marvel Comics as well as his lengthy stint as Wolverine's writer. The Comixverse recently c...
Leaving Proof 141 | Looking Back on Larry Hama’s Original <i>G.I. Joe</i> Run
Published on Wednesday, August 15, 2012 by IDW Publishing is set to release the fifteenth volume of its Classic G.I. Joe trade paperback series this month, collecting in its near-entirety Larry Hama's original run on the popular Marvel Comics/Hasbro toy tie-in comic book. Join us as we look back on one of the most fondly-remembered comics of the 1980s. (more…)...
Advertisements

Connect With Us!
The Geeksverse on Instagram
Recent Comments