Wackiness cropped up in the "G.I. Joe" cartoon, comic book, and toy line in many forms. Let's take a look at some of the craziest moments in "Real American Hero" history.
I must admit in my many years of watching (and re-watching) "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero," I never asked the obvious question Gizmodo posed: "If knowing is half the battle, what's the other half?"
While most people probably assumed the other half was "doing," Nerduo's "The Battle" tee drops some science on the squares:
Red lasers and blue lasers add up for a full 100 percent of the battle. T
Slate shares a video slideshow of the most improbable escapes from danger in the 1980s "G.I.Joe" cartoon, like a Native American's pet bald eagle catching a ninja throwing star in midair, or the time Snake Eyes dressed up like a female cabaret dancer with enormous 1980s shoulder pads. This is almost guaranteed to be more entertaining that the u
-- IGN runs down their comic book dream teams for top titles, and they're pretty good. Our
Frequency of Publication: Monthly Ongoing Series
Retail Price: Cover A/B/C - $3.50
Author: Robert Rodi (Rogue, Loki, Elektra)
Concept by Steven E. De Souza (Die Hard screenplay writer)
Artist: Matt Merhoff
A – Joe Jusko
B – Ryan Odagawa
C – Tim Seeley
Her identity established, the enemy identified, and the goal set... Sheena's read
Devil's Due has provided Comics Alliance with a 5 page preview of the new Storm Shadow #1. The first issue is due in stores May 16.
Storm Shadow #1
by: Larry Hama & Mark Robinson
The life of Thomas Arashikage has taken him down paths that have allied him with both G.I. Joe AND Cobra. Now he's away from both sides of t