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IDW’s Ninja Notes: Snake Eyes #17 and TMNT #14
Published on Monday, October 1, 2012 by I've recently taken to reviewing multiple books together for a variety of reasons. This week, the commonality is the new ninja stories being turned out by IDW's licensed products. To quote V. Ice, "Go Ninja Go!" (more…)...
G.I. Joe: ARAH #182
Published on Saturday, September 29, 2012 by This issue reminds me why I still read this title. After the quick resolution to Dark Snake Eyes, blue cyborg ninjas, and other goofy campiness that has made me cringe in the past several issues this reminds me why I'm still reading it month to month. (more…)...
Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #3
Published on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 by I've been on a super soldier kick recently. Perhaps the Danger Girl/G.I. Joe cast has no super serums or nano technology bloodstreams but they are larger than life soldiers having fun mixing military and camp, cartoons and toys, into a great miniseries. (more…)...
G.I. Joe & Cobra #17
Published on Saturday, September 22, 2012 by The Joe team is starting to shape up and strike back. Cobra has been terrorizing America's Elite Team for years now in this renewed IDW continuity, but Joe is finally starting to take the offensive and hold it. (more…)...
It is a good week for Major Bludd fans
Published on Friday, September 21, 2012 by IDW's G.I. Joe releases both feature Major Bludd in Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #3 and Cobra #17. (more…)...
Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #2; Joe:Cobra #16
Published on Tuesday, August 28, 2012 by Flint in action. The Danger Girl/G.I. Joe cross-over issue and Cobra hit the stands at the same time. How are they? (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...
Why Did G.I. Joe Work When Others Didn’t?
Published on Saturday, August 18, 2012 by In the column Leaving Proof #141, Zedric Dimalanta explored Larry Hama's success in the early Marvel run of G.I. Joe. The column recounts how writers did not want to work on the project because it was a licensed comic which meant that the creators pay was lessened to cover the licensing fees and it should have guaranteed a flop. Also, Marvel was handling several less ...
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…)...
Quick Thought Reviews For 08/08/12
Published on Wednesday, August 15, 2012 by Lots of books, lots of things to discuss. (more…)...
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