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.


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


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!


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.” –

Offered Again!

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

One thought on “Solicitations for IDW G.I. Joe titles for July, 2015

  1. So, “IDW does have some plans going forward?” I take that to mean that “season 4” of IDW’s GI Joe is officially a bust, and that whatever plans they have will involve another soft reboot and another new creative team? I wish I could say I was surprised. Really, I loved Karen Traviss’ Star Wars novels, and thought she’s be a great fit if she was allowed to bring the same strong characterization, personality, quirkiness and comradery to the Joes that she brought to the Clone Commandos. Making characters who were literally clones of each other into well defined individuals.

    Instead we got more of what we were getting all along, with the Joes portrayed as little more then generic soldiers, unable to show any emotion but anger and angst. And most of Cobra, beyond generic troops, being nowhere to be seen, while the Baroness is the only named Cobra character to actually do anything. Anyone remember when GI Joe had an ensemble cast? And worst, they gave us the same storyline as season 2, with the GI Joe team being threatened with being shut down by their own government because Cobra is running a PR war against them.

    The whole business with Snake-Eyes was just as bad, I don’t care how much people want to gush about Mike Costa. He’s a great writer, but he was doing the same storyline with Snake-Eyes that we saw back in season 2. “Has he really become a bad guy?” Not if Hasbro has anything to say about it. You know, the folks who insist Storm Shadow be a bad guy? What a waste of two great writers. They could have done so much better. Sorry for the rant Justin.

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