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Classic G.I. Joe, Volume 7 by Marshall Rogers
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Feb 28, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: graphic-novels
Read in February, 2010

There's some goofiness here (most of the ninja stuff, the midget/clown helping with the break-out, Hama's always on-the-nose right wing stuff about flag-burning) but the long-term story of three Joes in a Gulag is pretty good, Ron Wagner's art surprisingly solid for the Joe book (which usually didn't get much beyond "meh" in terms of art) and the big reveal of the Terror Drome plot was a payoff long in coming.

Also, it gets an extra star for mentioning Kwinn so often, and tying into the classic G.I. Joe #2. What can I say? I love machine-gun totin' Eskimos.

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