Item description for G.I. Joe - America's Elite Volume 2: The Ties That Bind (G. I. Joe (Graphic Novels)) by Joe Casey...
The action hits hard and fast as the adventures of America's Elite continue! From the cold depths of the Pacific to the humid jungles of the Amazon, G.I. Joe is there! The team faces death, betrayal, love and terror as they continue their hunt for Cobra agents and prevent the harm of innocents! Old friends return; new threats arise! High-impact adventure and intense character development await.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 6.6" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Sep 6, 2006
Publisher Devil's Due Publishing
ISBN 193279655X ISBN13 9781932796551
Availability 0 units.
More About Joe Casey
Joe Casey wrote the well-regarded X-Men: Children of the Atom story and is also known for his work on Wildcats and Superman. Ian Churchhill has worked for most of the major publishers but finds the spotlight at last with the X-Men.
Joe Casey currently resides in Los Angeles, in the state of California. Joe Casey was born in 1918.
Reviews - What do customers think about G.I. Joe - America's Elite Volume 2: The Ties That Bind (G. I. Joe (Graphic Novels))?
This is not G.I. Joe. This is a waste of time. Jun 22, 2008
I lost all interest in the Devil's Due's G.I. Joe stories when they started killing off all the fan favorite characters. Sure people die in wars, but lets leave that to reality. When I read a comic I want to feel like there is a chance good might win in the end and a hero can't be held back. The writers did a good job of killing off my childhood heroes and turning the great G.I. Joe story started by Larry Hama into something darker and uninspiring. Larry Hama is a great writer and his G.I. Joe is the one I will read. Devil's Due's run of G.I. Joe had some high points early, but soon became pathetic. I am glad to see they will no longer be in charge of the title.
High Praise for America's Elite Apr 1, 2008
This story is just as good as the first set. Joe Casey's characterization is excellect. The "Death" of a major character occurs within the first 30 pages and the aftermath is just as good. The artist changes but the quality remains high. If you haven't read this story before don't jump to the final page to see where the Cobra Commander had been hiding since he was attacked by the Red Shadows.