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GI Joe Yearbook In-House Ad

Become a GI Joe expert! How many of you had the first GI Joe Yearbook (or pined for it) back in the day? I was lucky enough to find it at the local newsstand,...

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The GI Joe File: Part 3

Wrapping up the GI Joe File are two more pages, featuring a full page of Zap as well as the continuation of the Larry Hama interview and Steeler with the MOBAT. Gotta love that...

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The GI Joe File: Part 2

Continuing the 1984 Marvel Age article, this page features more unseen Trimpe art as well as a bit of coverage of the historic silent issue. An image of Rock N’ Roll on a RAM...

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The GI Joe File: Part 1

Marvel Age ran quite a few GI Joe articles over the course of its run, which is no surprise considering the mag was one of the publisher’s best sellers for years. Issue 15 presents...

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The New Joes in Marvel Age #34

Marvel Age was the company’s monthly advertising book, a concept that took the in-house ad to the next level. Among the what’s-on-sale features were previews of upcoming comics as well as interviews with creators....

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Phones: Q Force Sonar Officer

I am a sucker for bio pages in comics, and Battle Action Force is a great source for learning more about the UK team via pin-up type pages. I didn’t even realize that there...

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Action Force Datafile: SAS Trooper

Battle Action Force featured datafile entries in addition to the main series story. These pin-up style pages gave extra details about the various characters, forces and vehicles in the Action Force comic strip. The...