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G.I. Joe: Real American Hero #215 Action Figure Cover

G.I. Joe has been a classic comic for decades, still going strong to this day with multiple titles including the IDW revival of G.I. Joe A Real American Hero. Following the recent events during “The Death of Snake Eyes” arc, the upcoming issue #215 is bound to be another intense chapter in the series. To add to the anticipation of this book, fans can look forward to a limited GI Joe: Real American Hero #215 Action Figure Cover. Featuring cover artwork by Robert Atkins & Elias Chatzoudis, this is a hot variant that is going to sell fast.

Robert Atkins has contributed to comics as both a penciller and inker, with a lot of his most recent work on IDW’s Snake Eyes and relaunch of G.I. Joe.  Some of his other work includes Amazing Spider-man, Heroes for Hire and Forgotten Realms...

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Top 100 Comics of 2014 – #10-6

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Top 100 Comics of 2014 – #15-11

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Top 100 Comics of 2014 – #50-46

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Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night 3+4

Juliet, Hamlet and Captain Cesario must
escape the clutches of mutinous Viola and her pirate crew or else face an even
larger threat – the cannibal Lucius.
Writers:
Anthony Del Col
Conor McCreery
Artist:
Andy Belanger
Publisher:
IDW
It made more sense to review these two
issues, not only because #3 leaves little to talk about, but also the last two
issues for a sort of mini arc within this mini series. Now that Viola has
overthrown Cesario and become captain of the Boreas, we’re into a new sort arc
of sorts, as we deal with Lucius Andronicus, a cannibal and overall despicable
person (you can imagine the artist reading the Game of Thrones series heavily
and being inspired by that series’ descriptions of it’s own brutal sadist).
For long running fans of the series, it ties
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