Published February, 1985 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1985 for $0.60 USD. This issue contains ____ pages in Color, the current NM value is $6.00 USD.
Additional Issue Information:Newsstand Edition
the Titanic sized hole in this issue’s plot cannot be overlooked as just about every panel and page reflects the problem. See in issue 31, Destro and Firefly has an intense gunfight with Spirit, Airborne, and Snake Eyes on a bright shiny mountaintop with green grass. But the very first page shows everybody lying in snow! One might say, well from the events of the last issue to this one, it snowed. However, none of the Joes are wearing cold weather gear and none of the characters are covered with snow. So, that theory doesn’t pan out. The issue is pretty good as the mystery of Snake Eye’s origin and who killed his sensei are addressed further.Worth Consuming but with serious attention to detail needed.
by hardtravelinghero on 10/19/2021 3:37:00 PM (Variant A)
Having read the entire run about twenty years ago, this is a fun random issue to revisit. While the art isn't great, Hama's various plotlines within plotlines are fantastically fun. We have Destro & Firefly in a sometimes goofy adventure & yet I love it. Lady Jaye & Ripcord introduced and Jaye is an a$$hole--huh. The Soft Master turns out to be such a bad ass even Destro can't handle him & retreats. Spirit blows up a bear--WTF. Meanwhile, Baroness & Bludd plot darkly. Storm Shadow shows up to surprise the Commander, who has taken on the Drednocks as his personal guard--good luck! The Springfield community is just--wow--what is this place even! The best part of this book are the last three panels. Just brilliantly messed up hilarious.