History ComicBook / GIJoeDevilsDue

21st May '16 2:18:49 PM Doug86
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In 2001, Devil's Due Publishing (a spinoff of ImageComics) acquired the comic rights to GIJoe and launched a new series, set in the same continuity as [[ComicBook/GIJoeARealAmericanHeroMarvel the Marvel Comic]]. They published an ongoing title - once again called G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, but later renamed G.I. Joe: America's Elite - and several miniseries exploring the backstories of the characters. Devil's Due lost the comic rights to IDWPublishing in 2008, and their final issue was printed that July. All of these books have since been declared CanonDiscontinuity and are now known as the "Disavowed" comics.

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In 2001, Devil's Due Publishing (a spinoff of ImageComics) acquired the comic rights to GIJoe and launched a new series, set in the same continuity as [[ComicBook/GIJoeARealAmericanHeroMarvel the Marvel Comic]]. They published an ongoing title - once again called G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, but later renamed G.I. Joe: America's Elite - and several miniseries exploring the backstories of the characters. Devil's Due lost the comic rights to IDWPublishing Creator/IDWPublishing in 2008, and their final issue was printed that July. All of these books have since been declared CanonDiscontinuity and are now known as the "Disavowed" comics.
4th May '15 1:01:19 AM foxley
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* FormerlyFit: Bazooka is portrayed as this when he volunteers to return to active duty. Having spent the seven years since the Joes disbanded, he is overweight and out of shape (and balding). He later hits the gym and gets back into shape.
6th Mar '15 9:50:05 AM DAMartin
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* DyingMomentOfAwesome: Mainframe blows himself up, along with a number of Coil agents.
-->'''Mainframe:''' Mission Accomplished.

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* ComicBookTime: Averted at first, as the first Devil's Due volume stated that the Joes fought in the 80s and their age showed from time to time. Later it was played straight and the Joes were portrayed younger again.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: Flash and Mainframe blows himself blow themselves up, along with a number of Coil agents.
-->'''Mainframe:''' -->'''Flash:''' Mission Accomplished.



* RememberTheNewGuy: Big Boa and Copperhead appear as veteran Cobra members, even though they didn't appearbefore in the American comic book. If that isn't this tropes, then it's BroadStrokes with the Marvel UK comics where they actually appeared.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: Big Boa and Copperhead appear as veteran Cobra members, even though they didn't appearbefore appear before in the American comic book. If that isn't this tropes, then it's BroadStrokes with the Marvel UK comics where they actually appeared.
9th Feb '15 1:14:40 PM DAMartin
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* RememberTheNewGuy: Big Boa and Copperhead appear as veteran Cobra members, even though they didn't appearbefore in the American comic book. If that isn't this tropes, then it's BroadStrokes with the Marvel UK comics where they actually appeared.
26th Jan '15 10:08:12 AM Saurubiker
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* AscendedExtra: Dr Knox was just an one-shot Cobra scientist from one of the latest Marvel issues. After Dr Mindbender is KilledOffForReal, she becomes Cobra's main scientist.

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* AscendedExtra: Dr Knox was just an one-shot Cobra scientist from one the tail end of the latest original Marvel issues.run. After Dr Mindbender is KilledOffForReal, she becomes Cobra's main scientist.
5th Nov '14 1:46:41 PM TitoMosquito
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* ThickerThanWater: When Zartan finds that the Coil agent he just hurt is his brother Zandar, he takes him and withdraws all Dreadnoks from the battlefield.

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* ThickerThanWater: When Zartan finds that the Coil agent he just hurt is his brother Zandar, he takes him and withdraws all Dreadnoks from the battlefield.battlefield.

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5th Nov '14 12:25:13 AM TitoMosquito
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4th Jul '14 9:00:59 PM Pyrite
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* EnemyCivilWar: Cobra vs the Coil. Whle the Joes also face the Coil, they refuse Destro's offer for an alliance against the Coil.

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* EnemyCivilWar: Cobra vs the Coil. Whle While the Joes also face the Coil, they refuse Destro's offer for an alliance against the Coil.



* ThickerThanWater: When Zartan finds that the Coil agent he just hurt is his brother Zandar, he takes him and whithdraws all Dreadnoks from the battlefield.

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* ThickerThanWater: When Zartan finds that the Coil agent he just hurt is his brother Zandar, he takes him and whithdraws withdraws all Dreadnoks from the battlefield.
4th Mar '13 5:57:18 AM DAMartin
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In 2001, Devil's Due Publishing (a spinoff of ImageComics) acquired the comic rights to GIJoe and launched a new series, set in the same continuity as [[GIJoeARealAmericanHeroMarvel the Marvel Comic]]. They published an ongoing title - once again called G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, but later renamed G.I. Joe: America's Elite - and several miniseries exploring the backstories of the characters. Devil's Due lost the comic rights to IDWPublishing in 2008, and their final issue was printed that July. All of these books have since been declared CanonDiscontinuity and are now known as the "Disavowed" comics.

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In 2001, Devil's Due Publishing (a spinoff of ImageComics) acquired the comic rights to GIJoe and launched a new series, set in the same continuity as [[GIJoeARealAmericanHeroMarvel [[ComicBook/GIJoeARealAmericanHeroMarvel the Marvel Comic]]. They published an ongoing title - once again called G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, but later renamed G.I. Joe: America's Elite - and several miniseries exploring the backstories of the characters. Devil's Due lost the comic rights to IDWPublishing in 2008, and their final issue was printed that July. All of these books have since been declared CanonDiscontinuity and are now known as the "Disavowed" comics.



* DyingMomentOfAwesome: Mainframe blows himself up, along with a number of Coil agents.
-->'''Mainframe:''' Mission Accomplished.



* ThickerThanBlood: When Zartan finds that the Coil agent he just hurt is his brother Zandar, he takes him and whithdraws all Dreadnoks from the battlefield.

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* ThickerThanBlood: ThickerThanWater: When Zartan finds that the Coil agent he just hurt is his brother Zandar, he takes him and whithdraws all Dreadnoks from the battlefield.
4th Mar '13 5:39:30 AM DAMartin
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* EnemyCivilWar: Cobra vs the Coil.

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* EnemyCivilWar: Cobra vs the Coil. Whle the Joes also face the Coil, they refuse Destro's offer for an alliance against the Coil.



SupremeChef: Roadblock is still this, and he even develops the "Marvin Hinton Grill" and when overeager Dreadnoks try to destroy the studio, Roadblock fights them on stage, which increases his popularity (and grill sales).

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* SupremeChef: Roadblock is still this, and he even develops the "Marvin Hinton Grill" and when overeager Dreadnoks try to destroy the studio, Roadblock fights them on stage, which increases his popularity (and grill sales).sales).
* ThickerThanBlood: When Zartan finds that the Coil agent he just hurt is his brother Zandar, he takes him and whithdraws all Dreadnoks from the battlefield.
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