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GI Joe A Real American Hero

GI Joe’s ‘Death Of Snake Eyes’ Is Quite Possibly The Year’s Weirdest Story, And It’s Great

GI Joe: A Real American Hero, IDW

The thing about GI Joe is that it's weird. I mean, it's always been weird, for the simple fact that you can't really do a comic about a bunch of action figures fighting a megalomaniacal used car salesman bent on world domination without it getting at least a little bizarre, and the Joes, as a franchise, have never really done anything by half measures. That's actually the thing that I like most about the franchise, in that it has this grounding in realistic military action that manifests itself in a world that's about as far from realism as you get, a world full of ninjas, cyborgs, cyborg ninjas and all the other stuff that makes those toys so great.

So believe me when I say that what series creator Larry Hama and artist SL Gallant have been doing in the latest arc is completely off-the-charts bonkers, even by GI Joe standards --- and that's exactly why it's one of the most fun and rewarding comics on the stands.

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Link Ink: ‘The Winter Soldier’ Gets Redford, Lost ‘Pogo’ Animation And ‘MAD’ Posters

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Movies: Robert Redford has confirmed that he'll be playing the head of SHIELD in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, although his character's name is yet to be revealed.

Gaming: Activisio

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Hasbro Reveals KRE-O ‘G.I. Joe’ Building Sets [NYCC 2012]

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Hasbro has released new images of its KRE-O G.I. Joe building sets, which were initially teased with a fun comic cover homage. Multiple sets will arrive at Toys "R" Us stores in February 2013, which pair a medley of new and icon

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