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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1982)
"Silent Interlude" (2005 Hasbro Reprint)
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George Roussos - 'George Bell / T.S. Chu / Sam Kato'
Dennis 'Denny' O'Neil
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The most unusual G.I. Joe story ever!
Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1982) #21 - Silent Interlude
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Snake-Eyes rescues Scarlett from Destro's Cobra stronghold.
-Reprint of Marvel's Issue #21 with new ads and no reference to Marvel.
-Included with a three pack of figures featuring the following:
*Red Ninja Viper
Excellent 'silent' issue where Snake Eyes infiltrates a Cobra base.
The first appearance of Storm Shadow. It also hints at a link between Storm Shadow and Snake Eyes: they both have the same tattoo.
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Cobra Commander (G.I. Joe)(01 - Unknown)
Destro (01 - James McCullen Destro XXIV)
Scarlett (G.I. Joe)
Snake Eyes (G.I. Joe)
Storm Shadow (G.I. Joe)
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