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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1982) - #14
"Destro Attacks" (Second printing)

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Christie Scheele - 'Max'

Joe Rosen

Dennis 'Denny' O'Neil
Jim Shooter

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Herb Trimpe - 'Herbert Waldo Trimpe'

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Cover Date: August 1983
Cover Price: US $ 0.65

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

This is a version of the following issue:
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1982) #14 - Destro Attacks

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Letters Column: Postbox: The Pit!

Destro attacks as Kwinn, Dr. Venom, and Snake-Eyes form an uneasy truce to get out of the sunken bunker and escape Sierra Gordo.

This issue is Destro's first full appearance. It also establishes his connection with the Baroness. Springfield, Vermont is suspected by the Joe team to possibly be Cobra's headquarters. They don't know how right they are.

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An image for Ace (G.I. Joe) exists Ace (G.I. Joe)
An image for Baroness (G.I. Joe) exists Baroness (G.I. Joe)
An image for Breaker (G.I. Joe) exists Breaker (G.I. Joe)
An image for Clutch (G.I. Joe) exists Clutch (G.I. Joe)
An image for Cobra Commander (G.I. Joe)(01 - Unknown) exists Cobra Commander (G.I. Joe)(01 - Unknown)
An image for Destro (01 - James McCullen Destro XXIV) exists Destro (01 - James McCullen Destro XXIV)
An image for Doc (G.I. Joe) exists Doc (G.I. Joe)
An image for Dr. Venom exists Dr. Venom
An image for General James Flagg III exists General James Flagg III
An image for Grunt (G.I. Joe) exists Grunt (G.I. Joe)
  An image for Gung-Ho (G.I. Joe) exists Gung-Ho (G.I. Joe)
An image for Hawk (G.I. Joe) exists Hawk (G.I. Joe)
An image for Kwinn exists Kwinn
An image for Rock 'N Roll (G.I. Joe) exists Rock 'N Roll (G.I. Joe)
An image for Scarface (G.I. Joe) exists Scarface (G.I. Joe)
An image for Scarlett (G.I. Joe) exists Scarlett (G.I. Joe)
An image for Snake Eyes (G.I. Joe) exists Snake Eyes (G.I. Joe)
An image for Stalker (G.I. Joe) exists Stalker (G.I. Joe)
An image for Wild Bill (G.I. Joe) exists Wild Bill (G.I. Joe)
An image for Zap (G.I. Joe) exists Zap (G.I. Joe)

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