Item description for G.I. Joe - America's Elite Volume 4: Truth & Consequences (G. I. Joe (Graphic Novels)) by Mark Powers...
General Rey is a trusted ally that turns against his teammates for reasons unknown. The Baroness is a terrorist of the highest order that seeks bloody revenge against her enemies. When both of these characters go on their respective quests, the G.I. Joe team finds itself swept away by the truth and consequences of their actions... actions that leave no one unscathed.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.9" Width: 6.4" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Jan 2, 2008
Publisher Devil's Due Publishing
ISBN 1932796924 ISBN13 9781932796926
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Powers
Mark Powers is one of the futures industry's most respected and influential figures. A key participant in drafting many of the original contract specifications for trading currency and financial derivatives, Powers is the CEO of Powers and Dubin Asset Allocation and Management and former editor of "The Journal of Futures Markets". He also served as chief economist for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and has contributed his expertise as a director on numerous futures exchanges.
Reviews - What do customers think about G.I. Joe - America's Elite Volume 4: Truth & Consequences (G. I. Joe (Graphic Novels))?
Skip the American's Elite titles. Poor excuse for G.I. Joe 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.
The Baroness is back... and is she ever mad!!! Apr 1, 2008
For over a year the long thought dead Baroness has been held prisoner by the US Government. Almost killed by Cobra Commander, betrayed by her personal bodyguard, the Baroness is free. Someone has her child, a child that she has never seen nor held.
GI Joe and Cobra beware, never come between a lioness and her cub!!!