Wednesday, October 15, 2014

G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero #82 - Marshall Rogers art


G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero v1 #82, 1989 - At Fort Dix, training ensues for prospective army rangers, many of which won't survive the cut. Marshall Rogers only pencils the first six pages, a lackluster contribution in general. Perhaps intentionally, the artist that soon takes over has a similar stylistic approach. This is number 5 of 8 G.I. Joe issues with Rogers art and/or covers. Other artists in this issue include Don Hudson, Bob McCleod and Ron Wagner (cover). See today's posts or more Rogers or G.I. Joe issues. See also this blog's Rogers checklist or Top 10 Rogers comics.
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"Weeding Out" Rogers story pencils (Randy Emberlin inks) 22 pages = **
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Marshall Rogers
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