Chuck Dixon Talks With USA Today About IDW's GI Joe Relaunch

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  1. Shin Densetsu

    Shin Densetsu I WILL DESTROY YOU Super Mod

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    As I said to someone else, every good "jumping on" point is also a great "jumping off" point.

    I gave up on this series. I might keep with Cobra but GIJoe was slow and painful to read.
     
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    As a big Joe comic fan, I'm curious to see where this new triple storyline approach will take us. The Cobra series was absolutley stunning, but the last regular Joe series was poor, and the origins line was inconsistent. There's also a continuing ARAH book under Hama, which has some potential, but isn't quite up there with the best of the Marvel run.

    I'm not a big fan of SE the way he is usually used, and I hope that having his own book will open up space for other Joes to get face time in Cobra Civil War and the new Joe book.

    What I'd really love to see is a return of the Special Missions series - a bunch of gritty, realistic one-off adventures showcasing lots of different Joes.
     

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