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Hasbro Announces New Mobile Game "G.I. Joe: War On Cobra"

Hasbro Announces New Mobile Game “G.I. Joe: War On Cobra”

This morning, Hasbro along with D3 GO! and Emerald City Games announced a new mobile title on the way with G.I. Joe: War On Cobra. The game will take your favorite characters and more from the ’80s cartoon series, give them an updated look, and throw them into a PvP title. The game will have […]

REVIEW: G.I. Joe #4 -- "There Are No Actual G.I. Joes In This Book"

REVIEW: G.I. Joe #4 — “There Are No Actual G.I. Joes In This Book”

(IDW Publishing, creative team: Paul Allor, Niko Walter, Brittany Peer, Neil Uyetake) This issue spends most of its time using character development for Major Bludd as a framing device to reveal a lot about multiple characters and develop plot points. This Paul Allor script is very patient, very skillful and very engaging in the deliberation […]

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‘G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes’ Casts Steven Allerick As His Father

G.I. Joe fan-favorite Snake Eyes is getting his own spin-off film. Seen as a refocusing and reboot of the franchise, it will be directed by Robert Schwentke. The film will “follow Snake Eyes, who, while on the hunt for the man who murdered his father, travels to Japan and trains with the ancient Arashikage ninja […]

G.I. Joe Gets Sexy with New Kotobukiya Bishoujo Statue

G.I. Joe Gets Sexy with New Kotobukiya Bishoujo Statue

G.I. Joe is as iconic as other hit franchises like He-Man and Transformers. This hit franchise came in with the wave of the 80s and is still loved by many toy collectors and fans to this day. This time it is something a little different as Kotobukiya has announced their third character release in their […]

“G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes”: Ursula Corbero Cast as the Baroness

“G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes”: Ursula Corbero Cast as the Baroness

Snake Eyes, the G. I. Joe film spinoff, cast its latest Cobra operative in Úrsula Corberó (Money Heist) to play the Baroness, formerly played by Sienna Miller in 2009’s G. I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. Corberó joins Harry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians), who plays the title characters, and Andrew Koji (Warrior), who plays his […]

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“G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes”: Henry Golding in Talks to Star

Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians) is in talks to star in the G.I. Joe spinoff, Snake Eyes for Paramount, Skydance and AllSpark. Robert Schwentke (The Captain) will direct, Brain Goldner will produce, and Evan Spiliotopoulos (Beauty and the Beast, The Huntsman: Winter’s War) will write the screenplay, according to Variety. Goldner produced the previous G.I. […]

IDW to Relaunch G.I. Joe Again

IDW to Relaunch G.I. Joe Again

Nearly two years after canceling Scarlett’s Strike Force before final order cutoff for its first issue in apparent capitulation to an organized campaign against writer Aubrey Sitterson after prohibiting Sitterson from even promoting the comic, IDW is trying again with a new G.I. Joe series by Paul Allor and Chris Evenhuis. The press release is […]

"G.I. Joe" Goes From "Yo" to "Not Right Now"

“G.I. Joe” Goes From “Yo” to “Not Right Now”

G.I. Joe has finally met a villain that they can’t beat. It’s not Dr. Mindbender, or Zartan, or even Serpentor. It’s the scheduling department at Paramount. The newest cinematic iteration of G.I. Joe was scheduled for March 27th of 2020, but will be moving half a year back  to October 16, 2020. There is no […]


Unicron Returns to Transformers and the Brat Pack Returns to Comics: IDW Publishing July 2018 Solicits

The world-eating Unicron makes his return to IDW Publishing’s Transformers comic books under creators John Barber and Alex Milne this July. Plus, Rick Veitch‘s Brat Pack returns, relive the Star Wars comic strips, and more new projects from the publisher. This is in addition to their regular G.I. Joe, Transformers, TMNT, and other offerings. Full solicits below. Transformers: Unicron #1 (of 6)—Cover A: Alex Milne—GEM OF THE MONTH […]


Alan Moore’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen the Tempest Begins at Last: IDW Publishing June 2018 Solicits

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1 from the legendary Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neil is released at last this June. Plus, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Bodycount is reprinted, the new Orphan Black series begins, Kull ends with an Annual, and more from IDW Publishing. Details below. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1—Cover A: Kevin O’Neill—GEM OF THE MONTH Alan Moore (w) • […]

Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

Star Trek the Next Generation: Through the Mirror kicks off from writers Scott and David Tipton with artists like Marcus To, Chris Johnson, and J.K. Woodward. Image’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Urban Legends is receiving an in-color reprint. Plus, Sonic the Hedgehog, G.I. Joe, Transformers, and other books continue onwards. All this comes out this May courtesy of IDW Publishing. More details below. Star Trek: The Next Generation: Through […]


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Netflix Series “The Toys That Made Us” Is Pretty Freaking Great

Every so often, Netflix strikes gold with one of their docuseries, and The Toys That Made Us is one of them. Even if you know the history behind each of the first four episodes subject matter, chances are you haven’t seen it presented quite like this before. Check out the official trailer from earlier this month: […]


G.I. Joe #7 Preview: Transformers And Soldiers And Bears, Oh My!

You may recall a little while ago we shared here on Bleeding Cool the wonderfully homoerotic variant cover to IDW’s G.I. Joe #7. Well, now, IDW has provided us with a preview for the issue, which is out this Wednesday. G.I. Joe #7 has the following solicit, as the Crown Jewel of the Hasbro Universe […]

G I Joe Brings In First Queer Artist For Homoerotic New Variant Cover

G I Joe comics publishers IDW have shown us here at Bleeding Cool a brand new variant cover for the upcoming G.I.Joe #7, by artist Ed Luce (Wuvable Oaf). G I Joe writer Aubrey Sitterson calls Luce’s cover ‘one of my absolute favorites to date’, as it portrays the Dreadnoks in a decidedly hyper-masculine throes […]