Solicitations for IDW G.I. Joe titles for July, 2015

Another quiet month for G.I. Joe solicitations as we just see G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #216 alongside the collected volume of G.I. Joe by Karen Traviss.  From what I hear, IDW does have some plans going forward, I can’t wait to hear more.  Until then, check out what we can expect for July, 2015.

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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #216

Larry Hama (w) • S L Gallant (a & c)

COBRA RISING! As G.I. Joe continues to mourn the loss of one of their greatest members, Cobra consolidates its power and brings long-departed villains back into the fold…

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #216—EC Comics Subscription Variant

Larry Hama (w) • S L Gallant (a) • Andy Suriano (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet Points:

  • Part of EC Comics cover month! Homage cover by Andy Suriano!
  • Variant Sketch Cover by Larry Hama!

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G.I. JOE: The Fall of G.I. JOE, Vol. 2

Karen Traviss (w) • Steve Kurth (a) • Jeffrey Veregge (c)

What can the G.I. JOE team do to combat a COBRA the world views as heroes? Political intrigue collides head-on with military action as the darkest chapter in G.I. JOE history unfolds! Collects issues #5–8.

TPB • FC • $17.99 • 104 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-355-2

Bullet points:

  • “Tense political thrills.” –UnleashTheFanboy.com

Offered Again!

G.I. JOE: The Fall of G.I. JOE, Vol. 1 • FC • $17.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-220-3

Hot Toys Avengers 2 Ultron Mark I available for pre-order

We got our first official images yesterday, and now on Sideshowtoy.com, the Hot Toys Ultron: Mark I is now up for pre-order!

Check out the pre-order at the link below, and take another peek at some great images of this amazing looking entry into the Hot Toys collection.

Marvel Ultron Mark I Marvel Sixth Scale Figure

Transformers: Combiner Wars Breakdown

Seriously, what kid in the 80s didn’t love the Lamborghini?

Lamborghini’s were prevelant in the Transformers line in those first few years, with both Sideswipe, Sunstreaker, and Breakdown all bearing the proud shield of the famous car maker. Even back then, Breakdown was my favorite of the three. My memory is hazy after all these years, and maybe it was just because of the size and feel of Breakdown, but he just felt like a more solid, better car than the two twin brothers. I recall Sunstreaker being obnoxious to transform, and Breakdown was right for my smaller hands.

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