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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1982) - #81
"Plots And Tracts"

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Cover Date: December 1988
Cover Price: US $ 1.00

Issue Tagline: Battleforce 2000 Vs. Dreadnoks!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

There are other versions of this issue in the database:
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1982) #81 Newsstand

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In Maryland, the Joes and their vehicle that make up Battleforce 2000 run training exercises. Elsewhere, Zarana and the Dreadnoks prepare for some "investors", people they're conning into buying houses that profit Cobra. The Joes catch wind of this and Battleforce 2000 pursues the Dreadnoks. When the Joes arrive in a seemingly normal town though, what will happen when they are arrested!?

Reprinted/Collected in:
Classic G.I. Joe (2009) TPB vol. 09

-Introduction of Broca Beach
-Cobra families are moved in from Cobra Island.
-Zarana & Zanzibar are arrested.

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  An image for Maverick  (G.I. Joe) exists Maverick (G.I. Joe)
An image for Monkeywrench (G.I. Joe) exists Monkeywrench (G.I. Joe)
An image for Mutt (G.I. Joe) exists Mutt (G.I. Joe)
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An image for Torch (G.I. Joe) exists Torch (G.I. Joe)
An image for Zandar exists Zandar
An image for Zanzibar (G.I. Joe) exists Zanzibar (G.I. Joe)
An image for Zarana (G.I. Joe) exists Zarana (G.I. Joe)

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