G.I. Joe: Declassified #2

Writer: Larry Hama Artist: Pat Quinn, Valentine De Landro, Joe Dodd Publisher: Devil's Due Publishing Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Dec 8, 2006

    In The End: This was a fine edition to the Declassified series of mini-series and specials. Hama came back to the fold and told a tight little story that gave some insight into the original Joe team. The untold tale of Shooter was an interesting touch and showed that at any moment, any of these characters could die in the line of duty. Sure, it didn't really happen all that much in the first hundred issues or so of the Marvel series, but Hama's hands were tied there due to licensing issues. Devil's Due seems to have more freedom in this regard, and Hama made good use of it. Read Full Review

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