Publisher: IDW Story: John Barber and Cullen Bunn Art : Fico Ossio Colors: Sebastion Cheng Letters: Tom B. Long Edited: David Hedgecock Editor – in – Chief: Chris Ryall Publisher: Ted Adams In Revolution #3 the starting guns have been truly fired. With The Micronauts transporting over to our universe to save their […]
Publisher: IDW Story: John Barber and Cullen Bunn Art : Fico Ossio Colors: Sebastion Cheng Letters: Tom B. Long Edited: David Hedgecock Editor – in – Chief: Chris Ryall Publisher: Ted Adams Revolution brings together some of IDW’s biggest franchises such as Transformers and G.I. Joe. Placing them alongside lesser known titles such as […]
The fights continue as more well known characters face off in one to one battles to stop M.Bison from hatching his evil scheme.
In G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero #217 COBRA RISING Part 2! Cobra’s latest operation brings the fight to G.I. Joe’s turf… A new SNAKE EYES brings revenge to COBRA’s doorstep! The past resurfaces for joes and cobra alike.
G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero #216 has G.I. Joe continuing to mourn the loss of one of their greatest members, Cobra consolidates its power and brings long-departed villains back into the fold…
G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero #215, The end of SNAKE EYES!
Sacrificing himself to save all of G.I. Joe from the revived Serpentor, Snake Eyes is no more. Now, G.I. Joe is left picking up the pieces…
G.I. JOE will never be the same!
“The Death of Snake Eyes,” Part 4. As a hero falls, a new one must rise to take his place. G.I. JOE mourns Snake Eyes and prepares for what comes next…
SNAKE EYES faces down against STORM SHADOW and must choose between G.I. JOE and COBRA… before they both turn against the ninja commando!
The war of intel and secrets reaches dangerous new heights as Scarlet’s G.I. Joe team goes deeper undercover in a country run by Cobra.
olume 8 collects Transformers Universe #1–4, all character biographies from TF issues #47–49, 56–72, and 74–79, plus G.I. JOE and the Transformers #1–4. Also includes issues notes by Mark W. Bellomo.
Review: Transformers Vs. G.I. Joe #6 Crossovers are such a fickle thing. I remember back in the Marvel days we had the odd Action Force Vs Transformers battles in the UK comics and they were pretty amusing.