G.I. JOE Yearbook Paperback – 15 Mar 2012
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About the Author
Larry Hama is a writer, penciller, editor, and actor who has worked in comics, television, and film. He is best known for his work as the writer of Marvel s GI Joe and Wolverine comics, in the 1980s and 1990s, respectively. He has also written, edited, or drawn for The Avengers, Nth Man, The Nam, Conan, Batman, Wonder Woman, Bizarre Adventures, X-Men, Spider-Man, Daredevil, and dozens more. His illustrations and cartoons have appeared in National Lampoon, Esquire, New York, and Rolling Stone. His most recent novel is The Death of Captain America. He has appeared on Broadway in Sondheim s Pacific Overtures and on TV in M*A*S*H, Saturday Night Live, and Another World.
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I suppose this collection could serve as a primer for anyone who is unfamiliar with the original "A Real American Hero" line, as the contents include a reprinting of the first story of the Marvel series, plus summaries of events in the comic over the years. If you're like me and are already familiar with the material in this book, it's a fun trip back in time at the very least. I was happy to find that IDW recolored the material and went with flat-finish paper for this release, rather than their standard glossy stuff. Reproduction is so-so: while the majority of the work looks clean, some parts appear to have lost some resolution. The only thing I truly don't like about the collection is the cover by Jonboy Meyers, as it doesn't stylistically represent what's inside. A cover by Trimpe, Golden, or Zeck would have been great.