Anyone reading this? I used to get all the comics in paper format, and usually the collected editions. Now I'm getting them via the kindle, which works better for me (reading in bed/storage/ease of retrieval etc).
I'm finding this latest volume really hard reading. It's like watching a dry political thriller without the thrills. IDW's main series seems a bit too real world, and there's not enough fun in it, but I'm hoping it picks up a bit.
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Haven't got any since the shadows. No time or money unfortunately.
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The story isn't part of the main title; the main IDW GI Joe title is in the same continuity as Origins, Cobra, Snake-Eyes, etc (I don't have idea which ones have been cancelled or replaced because I lost interest early on). The comic where the appeared was the A Real American Hero title, which is a direct continuation of the Marvel book.
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As far as I can tell from the forums, the ARAH comics are quite popular. Can't see much love for the main IDW verse, but I assume they must sell well enough. There was too much world building early on, and after that not enough action. ARAH can be very corny, but stuff actually happens in it
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