Updated on 16 October, 2021
Gi Joe is an American cartoon character who first appeared in the comic book series released by Marvel Comics in 1982. The series gained popularity in countries all over the world, and became one of the most popular comic books of its time. Today, it is one of the top children's comic book titles.
Gi Joe was created by cartoonist Bill Costner and was first introduced in the second series of G.I Joe: A Real America. It featured the character of a U.S. soldier named Joe Orlando, who was part of the armed forces and later was promoted to Specialist. He went on to become a decorated veteran of the Korean War and was assigned to the Green Berets. The series was well received by comic book readers and became a hit with children as well, which is why it remains one of the top children's titles up to this day.
The Black Dragon is the alter ego of the famous Iron Man, who is a cyborg commando. He is one of the primary recurring characters in the Gi Joe franchise. The Black Dragon is one of the primary antagonists of the Gi Joe Universe and is depicted as a vicious killing machine, whose main goal is to wreak havoc and chaos in order to capture the White Dragon, who is the leader of the peacekeeping team called the Watch. In fact, many of the comic's early adventures feature this dynamic duo battling each other.
The modern-day Gi Joe has become one of the most popular franchises in comics today. It features a number of different characters, with the latest addition of a spinoff titled "G.I Joe: Sarge." The new series is set to feature the characters Spidey, Vista, Jade, and Dr. Strange. Spidey is part of a secret US military task force known as the Secret Intelligence Service, while Jade is a young female artist who becomes friends with Spider-Man.
In addition to the comic books, the franchise has also featured animated series. The first season featured the well known Spider-Man and The Wolverine, as well as a spinoff titled the X-Men: Isle of Truth. The second season featured episodes from the popular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, as well as the movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Generations. For a few years, the animated series had been cancelled after several episodes, but has recently returned with a new season. This new series is currently scheduled to premiere on Nickelodeon in the summer of 2021.
One of the most well known of the super hero related comic is the Ultimate Spider-Man series, written by Steve Englehart and illustrated by Todd Thompkins. This series follows Peter Parker, a teenager living in New York City, as he tries to balance his responsibility to his beloved Uncle Ben and his love for Mary Jane Watson. Spider-Man sets out to help the Daily Bugle's department store, the Daily Dealer, battle a new criminal organization called the Masked menace. The series features a number of guest stars including Coogler (The Fantastic Four), Michael Chiklis (TV's Lost), andaired by James Jeaniston (PMT - Smallville, Friends).
Another of the many super hero comics based on the famous Marvel comics is the ongoing Batman series written by Tom King and illustrated by Ray Fawkes. The Batman television show is the third most watched program in the USA. The story follows Batman as he battles villains such as the Joker and Two-Face. This series features several different versions of Batman, as well as Cat Woman and Bat Girl. Although the primary characters are Batman and Cat Woman, the TV series has also featured a long supporting cast of interesting supporting characters.
The company that publishes the most Gi Joe comics is currently Treasure Trove Media. This company began publishing the comic in 2021, before the dawn of the digital age. The company is currently publishing a variety of different formats of the comic, and has even created a feature-length animated film as well as several one-shots that are sold in single installments. A recent one-shot featured the Death of Superman. Several of the comic's regular writers are collaborating with one or more of the company's inkers to develop storylines and complete artwork for the comic.