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IDW July 2012 G.I.Joe Solicitations

IDW July 2012 G.I.Joe Solicitations
Check out the latest solicitations from IDW for July 2012 -

  • Danger Girl/G.I.Joe #1 (4 issue limited series)
  • G.I.Joe #15
  • Snake Eyes & Storm Shadow #15
  • Cobra #15
  • G.I.Joe: A Real American Hero #180
  • Classic G.I.Joe vol 15
  • G.I.Joe: Cobra command Vol 2
  • G.I.Joe: Disavowed Vol 6

In related news, IDW has posted on Twitter that they plan to reduce their monthly G.I.Joe titles:

GI Joe, Magic, D&D and Ninja Turtles will all be trimmed a bit - to ONE ongoing and the occasional mini, not more than one at a time. #idw

Join us after the jump to learn more about each new release for July and to share your thoughts on IDW's plans to trim the fat.

Danger Girl/G.I. JOE #1 (of 4)

Andy Hartnell (w) • John Royle (a) • J. Scott Campbell X 2 (c)


The two most incredible covert action teams the world has ever known—so covert, in fact, that neither knows the other exists—are meeting for the first time ever! Repeat: Danger Girl and G.I. JOE, together. Spies! Girls! Ninjas! COBRA! If your head did not just explode, then you are one of the lucky few remaining that will live to enjoy a summer blockbuster you’ll have to see to believe!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

*Variant covers:
Black & White J. Scott Campbell variant cover!
Unique hand-sketched J. Scott Campbell variant cover!

· The team-up the world isn’t ready for


G.I. JOE #15

Chuck Dixon (w) • Will Rosado (a) • Tommy Lee Edwards (c)


“Deep Terror, part 3!”

DEEP TERROR rumbles on! Scarlett and Team Bravo are on the loose in a COBRA mining operation, miles beneath the surface of the Earth, with no chance of escape. In this issue they uncover the objective of Dr. Mindbender’s subterranean search: a rare element that will allow COBRA to change the world forever. And that’s NOT Good!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

*Variant covers:
Black & White Tommy Lee Edwards cover!

• The all-new direction for G.I. JOE continues!


Snake Eyes & Storm Shadow #15

Chuck Dixon (w) • Robert Atkins (a) • Andrea Di Vito (c)


“Serpent’s Shadow,” part 3!

SNAKE EYES continues a deadly game where the rules are known only to him. To prove his renewed loyalty to the Arashikage Clan, he joins a team to kill the new COBRA COMMANDER! But danger lurks for him within the ninja clan with a new betrayal around every corner. ALSO! Zartan makes some interesting new friends.

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

*Variant covers:
Lee Ferguson cover!

· Non-stop ninja and commando action!
· Featuring the key villain from G.I. JOE: RETALIATION!


Cobra #15

Mike Costa (w) • Antonio Fuso (a) • Antonio Fuso (c)


The lies and betrayals keep adding up, as Flint struggles to maintain his honor amidst his team of scoundrels and backstabbers. And is the information that Tomax has been supplying really on the level? Of course not… but what game is he playing?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

*Variant covers:
Joe Eisma (Morning Glories) & Juan Castro cover!

• NEW CHARACTERS! NEW MISSION!
• SAME CUTTING-EDGE STORYTELLING!


G.I.JOE: A Real American Hero #180

Larry Hama (w) • S L Gallant (a) • Herb Trimpe, Gallant (c)


In this special issue of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, G.I. JOE goes to SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL! After being provided with pivotal information, G.I. JOE travel to San Diego in order to stop a plot to exchange nuclear clearance codes within the confines of the SDCC. Will G.I. JOE save the day in time? You can’t miss this convention-tastic issue of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

*Variant covers:
Larry Hama variant sketch cover!


Classic G.I. JOE, Vol. 15

Larry Hama, Eric Fein, & Peter Quinones (w) • Phil Gosier, William Rosado, & Ernie Stiner (a) • Jonboy Meyers (c)


The original run of Marvel’s G.I. JOE: A REAL AMERICAN HERO comes to a conclusion. Issues #146–155 are collected in this final volume of CLASSIC G.I. JOE.

TPB • FC • $24.99 • 248 pages • ISBN 978-1-61377-274-4

• All 155 issues of A REAL AMERICAN HERO are now collected for the first time.


G.I. JOE: Cobra Command, Vol. 2

Chuck Dixon & Mike Costa (w) • Alex Cal & Beni Lobel (a) • Dave Wilkins (c)


COBRA COMMAND CONCLUDES! The new COBRA COMMANDER is on a path of conquest and destruction. The G.I. JOE, SNAKE EYES, and COBRA story lines converge in this second volume as the JOES struggle to survive. Everything changes here! Who lives—who dies—who wins? The answers aren’t what you expect, and the foundation for the future of G.I. JOE starts here!

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 120 pages • ISBN 978-1-61377-278-2

• Includes issues 10 & 11 of all three ongoing G.I. JOE series!


G.I. JOE: Disavowed, Vol. 6

Brandon Jerwa (w) • Tim Seeley, Jason Millet, & Emiliano Santalucia (a) • Sharp Bros. (c)


Containing the two-part "Bad Moon Rising," where General "Joe" Colton returns to lead the JOEs for the recovering Hawk and the first three parts of the "Union of the Snake" storyline that leads to the conclusion of the “Real American Hero” story arc.

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 124 pages • ISBN 978-1-61377-222-5

• Collects issues #34–38!

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Reply To Article DISCUSSION: (Jump To This Thread On The Boards)
Bub:
What does one on-going mean? Just GI Joe? All I have been getting lately is GI Joe A Real American Hero. I hope that is still going to be published. I can't decide whether it is cool or gimicky that they are having one set at SDCC. I kinda like it though..
Mumble-Bee:
I hope "one on-going" means one for each continuity.
I'm enjoying the heck out of ARAH, and not reading the "modern" title, but I think they both deserve to continue. Multiple miniseries dilute the brand and story, tho - at $4 a pop, it's difficult to keep up with all this stuff, especially when you know there will be a collection the month after a story ends.
RPD:
I guess I'm gonna have to get that Danger Girl crossover...
Sergeant Major:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mumble-Bee View Post
I hope "one on-going" means one for each continuity.
I'm enjoying the heck out of ARAH, and not reading the "modern" title, but I think they both deserve to continue. Multiple miniseries dilute the brand and story, tho - at $4 a pop, it's difficult to keep up with all this stuff, especially when you know there will be a collection the month after a story ends.

Couldn't have said it any better myself.
sparhawk:
I guess Snake-Eyes REALLY wants that SDCC exclusive....
Mainframe:
They stop ARAH then I have no reason to go to the comic store......
Barbecue51:
I'm with Mainframe completely. I'll be done. God I hope they ont kill ARAH, it's the only comic I read.
GI Guppy the third:
Giant Tommy Lee Edwards fan here. That cover is awesome.
CynthiaCM:
I have a feeling that ARAH is toast... which is just awful. The IDW mainline title is decent, but I just couldn't really get into it. Still, I'd bet money that they keep the latter.
Shimaneboy:
I also only read ARAH. I pray they keep it going. It has been really good this last year...
skinny:
Larry Hama said on Facebook that ARAH is not going anywhere.
Mike Costa has said he is not going anywhere either.
I have been eagerly waiting for the SDCC issue since when it was first announced.
It reminds me of the episode "My Brother's Keeper" where Sgt Slaughter and Sci Fi wind up at a convention.

The IDW series "Angel" did this convention concept as well and I loved it.

https://shop.idwpublishing.com/comic.../angel-26.html
ozzie92:
The only comic I read is ARAH--count me amongst the fans! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't kill it! As for the modern mag, I'd be more inclined to pick it up/read it if it WAS only one mag. I can't keep up with--nor does my pocketbook want to--3-4 different threads within the same Joe-verse (at least I think they are all inter-connected)...
Big IV:
I don't pick up the trades with any regularity so I tend to forget how long the list of monthly publications can be. It is interesting that they are announcing stream lining and a miniseries at the same time.
Big IV:
Quote:
Originally Posted by ozzie92 View Post
I can't keep up with--nor does my pocketbook want to--3-4 different threads within the same Joe-verse (at least I think they are all inter-connected)...
Taking a little break from four Joe titles a month will be nicer on my pocket book too. I've enjoyed both the Cobra Civil War and the resulting Cobra Command intertwining but it is time for a break.
Nemesis*Prime:
ARAH is the only title I buy on a monthly basis, as well as a lot of other Joe fans I'm sure, so it would be a bad move on IDW's part to remove it from their lineup. Odds are they are referring to the "Snake Eyes" and "COBRA" titles when they mean 'streamline'.

Looking forward to the Danger Girl crossover though, that should be fun, although a little disappointed Campbell isn't illustrating the whole series, but he rarely does anything but covers these days.
turner:
I agree with the the majority of the above, I only read ARAH and it's the only thing that makes sense to even publish, but if they do go to one title, I would expect that they would keep the modern re-imagining stuff (unfortunately). The Hama run is the only real joe in my book, and yet it seems to be an afterthought in their game plan.
Deftones1982:
I hope that the artwork for classic volume 15 will be different. I also like ARAH, but I on;y buy the trades of it. Why are people here afraid that it will end? There aren't any indecations of that or are there?
ZombieSnake:
I also only get the trades of ARAH, and even for those I'm a few behind. It's a pretty fun book and all, but I'm enjoying the modern stuff a LOT more. If you count all the trades than the stuff that's being put out really piles up.
RPD:
The only reason I don't buy ARAH is because I'm too far behind. I bought the series back in the 80's, at the beginning, but stopped collecting in the early 90's. I started the three new titles because they were just starting up (perfect timing, eh?) and had just got back interested in G.I. Joe. I got the TPB's of the Cobra stuff with Chuckles and am considering buying all the back issues some time soon. I hear ARAH is the shit, though...
dorian247:
I'm definitely I the minority here. I personally could care less about the ARAH series. For me it ended with the Devils Due run.
I love that there are multiple Joe books every month either way and I am sad to see any of them go, this includes transformers as well which I think had been putting out 2 really entertaining series every month.
Jinx723:
I also could care less for the ARAH series. I only buy it because it's a Joe title and I buy all Joe books. Heck, I've even purchased G.I. Joe Infestations.
I can't wait for the DG/Joe crossover. And I finally get to read the last ten issues of ARAH, since I stopped buying G.I. Joe after the G.I.Joe/Transformer Gen 2 storyline.
KingStalin:
I'm very thankful that IDW is trimming the line. I don't want ARAH to end but having 3 monthly books that all tie into each other and are must reads is a bit much. My wallet thanks this decision.
KingStalin:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jinx723 View Post
I also could care less for the ARAH series. I only buy it because it's a Joe title and I buy all Joe books. Heck, I've even purchased G.I. Joe Infestations.
I can't wait for the DG/Joe crossover. And I finally get to read the last ten issues of ARAH, since I stopped buying G.I. Joe after the G.I.Joe/Transformer Gen 2 storyline.
Same here. After the TF crossover I dropped the book so I'm so excited to finally read these.
Troynos:
IDW is not trimming the line.

I spoke directly with John Barber and it was confirmed with Dirk Wood (VP Of Marketing) who made the initial comments that everyone took the wrong way.

The twitter link in the news post reported it wrong.

IDW’s Streamlining Clarified « The Comixverse

The "streamlining" is to try to allieviate the confusion that having multiple titles can cause as well as being aware that they don't want to flood the market.
Cerebral Dissolution:
Hey can someone fill me in how and why Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow are sharing the title? They buddies again? I dropped off halfway thru Civil War.
 

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