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G.I. Joe: The IDW Collection, Volume 1

3.97  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
It's a new era with new challenges, and to face these challenges the United States military has forged a new group of the best of the best, G.I. JOE! Starting with G.I. JOE: Origins, read from the beginning the whole story of how they came to be and their realization of a shadowy group that keeps popping up wherever trouble is, COBRA! Collects G.I. JOE: Origins #0-6 and #8 ...more
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published March 5th 2013 by IDW Publishing (first published February 12th 2013)
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Scott Lee
Dec 09, 2015 Scott Lee rated it really liked it
This was a fun nostalgic trip. The early days of the old Marvel Joe book were the first comics I ever collected, so it was fun/nostalgic to see what IDW was doing with the team/characters. I like the concept, and this book makes a perfect jumping on point for new readers. interestingly, I found the Origins issues much more confusingly en medias res than the six issues of the G.I. Joe book proper.
Allen
Aug 28, 2013 Allen rated it liked it
The first 2 thirds of this are plodding and the artwork isn't up to much - I was going to go with 2 stars, but the last third picks up with the introduction of Cobra/Destro/Baroness - and the series starts to feel on a better footing. So worth it but only if you stick with it - skim the first 60%
Relstuart
Mar 31, 2013 Relstuart rated it liked it
I was satisfied. Larry Hama knows how to write these stories. The art was good, matched the style of the old Marvel Joe tales.
Jdetrick
Great start from IDW; different from the Marvel series, but still smart and action packed. They limit the number of Joes, giving us a chance to get to know them better.
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