Check out an exclusive preview of a new story coming in next week’s digest from Archie Comics.
Captain Flag returns in a brand new story appearing in Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #341, which arrives in stores June 21.
The story finds the patriotic member of The Crusaders battling the tornado-wielding villain Tom Twister to save the U.S. post office — with some help from Pureheart the Powerful. Tom DeFalco, Steven Butler, Lily Butler, Glenn Whitmore and Jack Morelli are the creative for this certified-mail worthy story.
Check out the preview below, along with a complete, classic Little Archie story by Bob Bolling.
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Chris Mooneyham joins Hama on the series, which will pick up with issue #301 in November.
When Skybound announced they will work with Hasbro on a new universe featuring Transformers and G.I. Joe, many fans wondered what that meant for Larry Hama, whose name has been synonymous with the G.I. Joe comics since the 1980s. Today Skybound confirmed something Hama had already mentioned on social media — that they will continue to publish G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, and will even keep the legacy numbering.
“Several years ago, a fan at SDCC asked me how long Larry Hama would be writing G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero comics,” said Michael Kelly, VP of Global Publishing at Hasbro. “My response was the only appropriate answer for someone in my position: ‘for as long as Larry wants to keep writing them.’ It’s exciting to be continuing this journey that started back in 1982, and I’m grateful to the great team at Skybound for helping me keep that promise.”
Hama will be joined by artist Chris Mooneyham and colorist Francesco Segala, with G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #301 coming to shops in November. G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero was originally published by Marvel in 1982 and then revived by IDW in 2010.
“I am delighted to be continuing the saga of G.I. Joe with the good folks at Skybound and totally amped to be taking the G.I. Joe team to issue #301 and beyond,” said Hama. “Little did I know back in 1982 that I would be associated with the Real American Hero for over 40 years. My thanks to the whole crew at Skybound for allowing me to continue to chronicle the exploits of characters who have become like a family to me.”
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