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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1982) - #95
"No Turning Back!"

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Mark D. Bright - 'Doc Bright'

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Richard 'Rick' Parker

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Cover Date: Mid December 1989
Cover Price: US $ 1.00

Issue Tagline: The Snake-Eyes Trilogy Part 2: No Turning Back!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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The Snake-Eyes Trilogy

Letters Column: Postbox: The Pitt

The Baroness brings Snake-Eyes to the Cobra Consultant building in NYC. Her plans
to torture Snake-Eyes are interrupted by an unexpected visit of Destro. Snake-Eyes
uses the distraction to make his escape. He believes the Baroness has killed Scarlet
and he wants revenge. Stalker, Storm Shadow, and Wade Collins all former members
of Snake Eye's old squad in Vietnam are across the street from the consulant. They
charge the buidling during the melee. Scarlet is actually alive and is being rushed to
a hosiptal

Reprinted/Collected in:
Classic G.I. Joe (2009) TPB vol. 10

-Part two of Snake Eyes trilogy
This issue features a cameo by a flattop publisher of the Daily Bugle.

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