G.I. Joe (1982-1994) #39B

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Published September, 1985 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1985 for $0.75 USD. This issue contains ____ pages in ____, the current NM value is $5.00 USD.

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  • Walk Through the Jungle (Pages )

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bobashep
5

by on 1/17/2014 10:29:00 PM (Variant B)

I enjoyed this issue very much. I particularly liked that series writer Larry Hama was willing to spend some time exploring what happens in the aftermath of a battle between Joes and Cobra. The art was very good and the action sequences were fantastic. Oddly enough, the best part of this issue is the insightful banter between field commander Striker and the pining Rip-Cord, whose girl Candy (AKA Bongo the Balloon Bear) recently broke up with him.

bobashep
5

by on 1/13/2014 10:25:00 PM (Variant A)

The Joe team find themselves back in the same position when they started in 1982. Someone has kidnapped a renowned nuclear scientist. The same scientist the team had to rescue from Cobra back in issue #1! Along with the reunion, the team ends up in the very same South American jungle that resulted in the near deaths of Snake Eyes and the Baroness. Only this rescue has the Joe team pitted against some rebels that have benefitted from the power vacuum caused by Cobra’s defeat. I enjoyed this issue very much. I particularly liked that series writer Larry Hama was willing to spend time exploring what happens in the aftermath of a battle between Joes and Cobra. The art was very good with fantastic action sequences.

Donkey
4.5

by on 8/24/2016 12:18:00 PM (Variant A)
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