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by Mark Robinson,Larry Hama

Free eBook G.I. Joe: Storm Shadow Volume 1: Solo (v. 1) download ISBN: 1932796983
Author: Mark Robinson,Larry Hama
Publisher: Devil's Due Publishing (February 12, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 144
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
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Rating: 4.6
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by Mark Robinson and Larry Hama. The life of Thomas Arashikage, . Storm Shadow, has taken him down paths that have allied him with both .

by Mark Robinson and Larry Hama.

SC, TPB, in cello, New, Written by Larry Hama. Start by marking . Joe: Storm Shadow Volume 1: Solo (v. 1) as Want to Read

SC, TPB, in cello, New, Written by Larry Hama  . 1) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

The life of Thomas Arashikage, . Larry Hama, Mark Robinson. Published by Devil's Due Publishing (2008)

The life of Thomas Arashikage, . Published by Devil's Due Publishing (2008). ISBN 10: 1932796983 ISBN 13: 9781932796988.

I've always loved Storm Shadow and Snake Eyes as well. but fighting off Blue Ninja androids and related nonsense takes away from the suspension of disbelief

I've always loved Storm Shadow and Snake Eyes as well. but fighting off Blue Ninja androids and related nonsense takes away from the suspension of disbelief. Completist purchase, casual reader should borrow.

Storm Shadow is a fictional character from the . Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and animated series. He is best known as the Cobra Commander's ninja bodyguard, and for his history with fellow ninja Snake Eyes. Throughout their history, he has changed sides several times; conflicted in loyalties between Cobra, . Joe, and his blood brother, Snake Eyes. Storm Shadow is one of the most prominent characters in the .

Artist: Mark Robinson, Sean Gordon Murphy. Publication date: May 2007 - November 2007. The life of Thomas Arashikage has taken him down paths that have allied him with both . Now he’s away from both sides of the war, and getting into trouble all his own! Storm Shadow returns in his own monthly title written by his creator Larry Hama! Issue(s).

Larry Hama, Mike Vosberg, Frank Springer. Relive the greatest, most defining moments of the key characters from the exciting . Joe comics universe in this collection from IDW!

Larry Hama, Mike Vosberg, Frank Springer. Joe comics universe in this collection from IDW! Collecting the most incriminating comics moments of . Joe's COBRA, this volume focuses on Storm Shadow, COBRA's silent killer. Read all about his sinister actions in classic . Joe issues 25, 38, 39, 42, and 43! show more.

Storm Shadow, one of the most popular . CBR News spoke with Larry Hama, creator of Storm Shadow and writer of the . Joe characters, returns to comic shops this month as the star of his own series. We spoke with creator Larry Hama about the new book. CBR News spoke with Larry Hama, creator of Storm Shadow and writer of the new ". Joe: Storm Shadow" ongoing from Devil's Due Publishing. Storm Shadow was born when Hasbro came to Hama with an action figure of a ninja in a white outfit they wanted the writer to develop.

The package was seemingly stolen by Storm Shadow, and Pale Peony asks Night Creeper Leader if he has found what "Morning Star" is. He answers that he's working on it. At Chicago, Storm Shadow has a meeting with a hacker named Adam, who worked for Dr. Venom.

Author: Larry Hama Artist: Mark Robinson Cover Artist: A - Sean Murphy Cover Artist: B - Sean Dove The life of Thomas Arashikage has taken him down paths that have allied him with both . Issue GI Joe Storm Shadow (2007) Tags: .

The life of Thomas Arashikage, a.k.a. Storm Shadow, has taken him down paths that have allied him with both G.I. Joe and Cobra. Now he's away from both sides of the war, and getting into trouble all his own! Storm Shadow returns in his own series written by his creator Larry Hama!
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blodrayne
I have been reading and collecting comics for 30 years. I read everything that's good. Let me tell you this one is great. Awesome art, intelligent, coherent story with incredible rhythm. Highly recommended for all fans of ninjas. Storm Shadow is one of the great characters. I'd love to see more and, I know I'm not the only one. This one was so impressive I bought a second copy to give to a friend. Enjoy!
Kezan
Storm Shadow: graphic novel. Definitely one to purchase if your into collecting graphic novels and love reading G.I. Joe. This novel gives the reader a background of information about Storm Shadow: the man and his art of Ninjitsu.
Dog_Uoll
It pains me that I missed this run by the "father" of G.I. Joe one Larry Hama because this was one great( sadly short lived ) series.

During the G.I. Joe run when DDP had the rights they let Larry have free reign on Tommy arishikage aka Storm Shadow who at this point was no longer part of the Joe team over in this book G.I. Joe: America's Elite: America's Newest War, Vol. I. Now I'm a huge fan of both Storm Shadow and Snake Eyes but what Larry did to expand on the Arishikage Clan, such as introducing Tommy's Aunt who not only is a ninja bad ass in her own right but helps add to the smart and funny vibe this series had going. Not to go to far into the unknown a popular Cobra villian or two pops up to give old school fans something to sink their teeth into, but I must say one of the best new faces is the addition of a female character called Pale Poney who's a half russian half japanese spetsnaz/yakuza. She also wouldn't be a Hama female if she didn't have a soft side to her harden warrior extior.

As a bonus besides a four issue arc you get issue #5 which is a stand alone issue and I want to say it's Larry's stab at a noir ninja story, my only gripe with it is that the art for it while ok didn't really fit the story where for the first arc Mark Robinson's pencils went hand in hand with the frantic pace of that story.

The reason I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 is mainly due to the fact that only two more issues where released before Hasbro pulled the plug on DDP having the rights to G.I. Joe( Storm Shadow was then pulled back into the main Joe book for the World War III storyline ), which means that yes the final two issues are not part of this tpb. Now those two issues are only tied into each other and excluding Tommy's aunt has nothing to do with the previous five issues but it would have been nice to have all seven issues in one book as now this tpb is out of print and the DDP webstore no longer sells all seven issues plus one varient, here's to hoping that somewhere down the line now that IDW is putting the DDP books in tpb form they'll put this whole series as well as other DDP Joe gems out to.