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G.I. Joe - America's Elite Volume 3: In Sheep's Clothing Paperback – Jul 10 2007

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tired of your copied review Jan. 13 2013
By Jeremy R Tucker - Published on
I'm so tired of dustins copied review on every GI Joe Devils Due volume of every series. Ignore his critical thinking and start with Devils Due GI Joe Disavowed and if you are a TRUE fan on GI Joe then you will love it! Best art of ANY GI Joe title and plot and story lines are incredible!!
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cool thank you
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He's Back!!! April 1 2008
By Dax S. Torres - Published on
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For over a year Cobra Commander has been hiding in plain sight. He now knows all of our strengths, all of our weaknesses, all of our secrets!!! The first step: Get Rid of GI Joe. How? Enter the Phoenix Guard! A must read story!
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Devil's Due hurt the G.I. Joe story as much as it tired to help. June 21 2008
By Dustin E Proehl - Published on
I lost all interest in the Devil's Due's G.I. Joe stories when they started killing off all the fan favorite characters. Sure people die in wars, but lets leave that to reality. When I read a comic I want to feel like there is a chance good might win in the end and a hero can't be held back. The writers did a good job of killing off my childhood heroes and turning the great G.I. Joe story started by Larry Hama into something darker and uninspiring. Larry Hama is a great writer and his G.I. Joe is the one I will read. Devil's Due's run of G.I. Joe had some high points early, but soon became pathetic. I am glad to see they will no longer be in charge of the title.

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