G.I. Joe Origins Omnibus (2014) #TP Vol 2

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Volume 2 collects issues #13-23 of the G.I. JOE: ORIGINS series with stories focusing on Ripcord, Snowjob, Zartan, Snake Eyes, and the final four-issue storyline featuring Michael Monk.
by IDW Publishing

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Published September, 2014 (Modern Age) by IDW Publishing and went on sale September 03, 2014 for $24.99 USD. This issue contains 268 pages in Color, the current NM value is $25.00 USD.

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ISBN-13: 9781631401183

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bobashep
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by on 5/1/2017 6:24:00 PM

Writers Chuck Dixon, Scott Beatty, and Merrill Hagan explore the beginnings of Snow Job, Ripcord, and Zartan in the opening chapters of the G.I.Joe Origins Omnibus Volume 2. Then the master himself, Larry Hama returns to penned another all-silent Joe tale, this one starring Snake Eyes. Finally, the series wraps up by exploring the story of Michael Monk. I am not really sure how I feel having a non-traditional Joe character take up the last several chapters of this really exciting series. But, the Mad Monk story was really good and it gave a very interesting look at the training of a COBRA operative. If anything, the Monk story is a good primer for those waiting to delve into IDW's catalog of Joe books.

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