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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero—Rise of Serpentor Hardcover

This fall, discover the history of one of the most notorious members of Cobra with this collection of stories from the original 1980s comics! Check it out –

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero―Rise of Serpentor Hardcover

by Larry Hama (Author), Michael Golden (Illustrator), Rod Whigham (Illustrator), & 1 more

Discover the history of one of the most notorious members of Cobra with this collection of stories from the original 1980s comics!

Created by a secret cabal of Cobra scientists who combed the tombs, sarcophagi, and relics of the great despots of history to produce a clone with the military genius of Napoleon, the ruthlessness of Julius Caesar, the daring of Hannibal, and the fiscal acumen of Attila the Hun into the ultimate Cobra Emperor—Serpentor!

Scripted by G.I. Joe legend Larry Hama, this oversized hardcover collection contains the G.I. Joe Yearbook #2 (March 1986) story “Triple Play,” A Real American Hero issues #46–53 (April 1986–November 1986) that detail the creation of the infamous character, and Special Missions #1–2 (October 1986–December 1986).

You can pre-order your copy here: G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero―Rise of Serpentor Hardcover – September 27, 2022

On a related note, Mr. Netho Diaz has shared word that he’s selling the original artwork used for this hardcover! Check it out –

You’ll need to move FAST if you want to add this piece of art to your collection, so make sure to reach out to Netho Diaz on Twitter ASAP!

2 comments on “G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero—Rise of Serpentor Hardcover

  1. Is Amazon the only place that will be carrying this book?

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    • Hey Vega! Amazon is the only link I have so far, but I would assume that it should be at most CBS’ or Barnes & Noble.

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