Thursday, June 9, 2016

Episode 10: A Nice Little Town Like Ours...

Joes, Attenhut!
Fall in!

Presenting for your listening pleasure, Episode 10 : Issue 10 A Nice Little Town Like Ours...

This time out, Aaron and Ryan are joined by newcomer Kevin Reitzel.

Listen as Kevin gives his Joe history and lets us know where his G.I Joe love comes from.

Then they discuss the beginning of a G.I. Joe era, issue 10.

Issue 10: A Nice Little Town Like Ours...

Credits for this issue are:
Cover Date: April 1983 
On Sale Date: January 11, 1983
Cover Price: $0.60

Editor: Dennis J. O'Neil

Title: "A Nice Little Town Like Ours..."

Writer: Larry Hama
Penciller: Mike Vosburg
Inker: Chic Stone
Letterer: Joseph Rosen
Colorist: Christie Scheele
Cover Credits
Penciller: Mike Vosburg
Inker: Chic Stone

Reprinted In:
G.I. Joe Comics Magazine #4 (1987)
Tales of G.I. Joe #10 (1988)
G.I. Joe Vol. 1 TPB (2002)

This issue, the Joes discover a hidden Cobra town, named Springfield...  I kid you not... This issue will lead in to the next several years of G.I Joe stores.....

As always, this information comes from: Mikes Amazing World of Comics

Then we look at the 3rd episode of The Revenge of Cobra, "The Palace of Doom".

This episode first aired September 12, 1984 and was written by Ron Friedman.

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Join us next month for our next episode of G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast, as we talk about G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, issue 11 and the fourth episode of The Revenge of Cobra!

Joes, Dismissed!

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