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    G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #215 - milestone issue?

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    G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #215
    Larry Hama (w) S L Gallant (a & c)
    "The Death of Snake Eyes," Part 4. As a hero falls, a new one must rise to take his place. G.I. JOE mourns Snake Eyes and prepares for what comes next...
    32 pages, $3.99 Available June 2015

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    This is most disappointing. SE was my childhood favorite

    I feel betrayed by Hama
    No Joe without the "O"!

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    This is most disappointing. SE was my childhood favorite

    I feel betrayed by Hama
    If the death of Snake Eyes had occured anywhere but a comic book it would have been sad. Sure Snake Eyes is "dead" now but so was Superman, Green Arrow, Flash, Captain America, even Cobra Commander just too name a few, and if you check out your local comic shop all those characters seem to have gotten better, and I'm sure Snake Eyes will too at some point.

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    The Death of Snake Eyes arc was awesome. I feel that Hamma is showing that sometimes even the best fall in the line of duty, as it is war.

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    What is wrong with bring another character in to be Snakeyes , I wont be surprised if Hama do this with storm shadow at some point.

    Besides it does keep the book interesting

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