Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Episode 3: Issue 3 - The Trojan Gambit

Joes, Attenhut!
Fall in!

Presenting for your listening pleasure, Episode 3: Issue 3 - The Trojan Gambit

In our third episode, my team mates and I, talk about the third issue of G.I. Joe.  This month, the Joes must face a deadly robot in their midst!  Listen for further details.....

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero # 3

Credits for this issue are:

Title: "The Trojan Gambit"
G.I. Joe a Real American Hero #3
Cover Date: September 1982 
On Sale Date: June 1, 1982
Cover Price: $0.60

Writer: Larry Hama
Penciller: Herb Trimpe
Inkers: Jack Abel & Jon D'Agostino
Letterer: Diana Albers
Colorist: George Roussos
Editor: Thomas P. DeFalco

Cover Credits
Penciller: Bob Hall
Inker: Allen Milgrom
Reprinted In:
G.I. Joe Comics Magazine #2 (1987)
Tales of G.I. Joe #3 (1988)
G.I. Joe Vol. 1 TPB (2002)

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

Starting this episode, a new feature...  We will start re-watching and reviewing the 1980's G.I. Joe cartoon, one episode at a time.

This month we look at the first episode entitled "The Cobra Strikes" where we meet our Joes and their enemy Cobra Commander and The MASS Device.

This episode first aired September 12, 1983 and was written by Ron Friedman.

Plus I've decided to start playing songs at the end of the episode that relate to the show.

This episode, we play Mr. Roboto by Styx.... Why?  Listen to this episode and find out!

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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 4: Operation:Wingfield

Joes.... Dismissed!