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G.I. Joe: Master & Apprentice (2004) - #1
"Master & Apprentice" (Wizard World Philly 2004)
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Cover Date: May 2004
Cover Price: US $ 2.95

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

This is a version of the following issue:
G.I. Joe: Master & Apprentice (2004) #1 - Master & Apprentice

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"Their names are legend.

Snake Eyes. Kamakura. The Silent Ninja Master and his Apprentice, both valued members of the G.I. JOE team. But it wasn't always that way...

Only a few years ago, the G.I. JOE team had been disbanded by the government, leaving Snake Eyes with a chance to find peace with his fiancee, Scarlett, and trainan apprentice with the help of fellow Ninja Masters Nunchuk and T'jbang. But a tragedy would once again shatter his life, uniting him with the man who would become Kamakura.

This is their story..."

-Cover shows Snake Eyes' apprentices, Ophilia and Kamakura
--This series takes place between the disbanding in 1995 and the return in 2001 of the GI Joe team
-Wade Collins was in Vietnam with Stalker, Snake-Eyes and Storm Shadow. He was left behind as dead, ended up a POW for years. After returning to the US, he joined Cobra where he became a Crimson Guardsman, Fred unit. Snake-Eyes and Stalker helped him defect from Cobra to live a life in peace.
-The letters Snake-Eyes and Sean Collins exchanged happened in the last issue of the Marvel run #155

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