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Tales of G.I. Joe (1988) - #15
"Red-Eye To Miami!"

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Cover Date: March 1989
Cover Price: US $ 1.50

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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In Sierra Gordo, Snake-Eyes, Kwinn & Dr. Venom have escaped from the underwater bunker they were trapped in. They are able to sneak out an airplane with Florida as their destination. Along the way they are fighting each other the entire way. Finally, the trio crashes on the beach in Miami, where they are arrested. Cobra's lawyers are there quickly to bail out Dr. Venom. Meanwhile in Springfield, Destro expresses his love to the Baroness and his plot to get Cobra Commander captured.

Introduction of Major Bludd.
Destro expresses his love for the Baroness.

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1982) #15

Reprint of the Original first 15 G.I. Joe Comics

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