G.I.Joe 

“G.I. Joe A Real American Hero Issue 301: Explosive Action, Intrigue, and a Shocking Twist! Larry Hama Returns with Skybound Comics – Get the Inside Scoop Now!”

Background Author Larry Hama began the G.I. Joe A Real American Hero (ARAH) comic in 1982 in coordination with Marvel comics and Hasbro. The original series ran 155 issues with Marvel and spawned spin-off Special Missions series and crossovers with Transformers. Decades later other creators including Josh Blaylock continued on and took these beloved heroes and villains on other adventures. Then Larry Hama returned with IDW and published a special issue for Free Comic Book Day numbered 155 1/2. This was a bridge to reboot/rejoin the story just after issue…

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G.I.Joe 

G.I.Joe ‘Wild Bill’ Discussion by Mitchell Smith!

Welcome to the Outpost. Today I’m looking at a very popular G.I.Joe character who has been a staple character in the cartoon, comics, and figure line. Wild Bill was first introduced in 1983 and came with an awesome vehicle the Dragonfly. Wild Bill had a unique look and came with his signature cavalry hat. Wild Bill was in many episodes and comics where he always came in to help try and save the day. There have been many versions of Wild Bill and I think every version other then the original came with a removable hat.…

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'NOW YOU KNOW' With Yorktownjoe 

NOW YOU KNOW WITH YORKTOWNJOE – ‘ Wild Bill Theory’!

Wild Bill was a fun loving cowboy helicopter pilot in the Sunbow 80’s G.I. Joe cartoon, and he was a bit more serious in the Marvel ARAH comic book. He rescued the Joe’s on a number of occasions, and perhaps is more crucial to the story-lines than one would expect. We know Snake-Eyes, Storm Shadow, Stalker and Wade Collins had a tight knit community forged in their days as the L.R.R.P. recon patrol in Southeast Asia. But what of Huey crew that played an important role in the story not…

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