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G.I. Joe
PublisherZiff-Davis Publications    | Lang: English
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PublicationFebruary 1956 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 36 | Frequency: bi-monthly | Editing: Herbert W. Rogoff
 
CoverStirring Tales of Men Who Live With Danger...
FeaturingG.I. Joe
CreditsPencils: Ernest Schroeder | Inks: Ernest Schroeder | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Pvt. Joe Burch
NotesSchroeder is credited to both pencils and ink on G.I Joe covers in 1956 by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. The eyes with tiny pupils are sure signs of Schroeder.
 
Comic StoryLaffing Gas (2 pages)
SynopsisLaughing gas at the dentist makes the Sgt. McTuff dream of Dopey as the Sergeant
FeaturingPvt. Dopey
CreditsPencils: Vic Martin (signed) | Inks: Vic Martin (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Pvt. Dopey; Sgt. McTuff
NotesSecond page inside the back cover.
 
Comic StoryArmy Ship 310 (7 pages)
SynopsisJoe acts as a frogman to save another frogman.
FeaturingG.I. Joe
CreditsPencils: Ernest Schroeder | Inks: Ernest Schroeder
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Pvt. Joe Burch; Sgt. Mulvaney; Frogman Williams
NotesSchroeder is credited to pencils and ink on G.I. Joe in 1956 by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. He drew "Airboy" and "Heap", and some stories in Hillman's "Tales of Horror". His art can be spotted by faces with eyes often out of focus.
 
Comic StoryThe Light That Didn't Fail (5 pages)
SynopsisA G.I. in hospital in danger of losing his eyesight.
FeaturingG.I. Joe Presents A Classic Tale of Men in Battle
CreditsPencils: Ernest Schroeder | Inks: Ernest Schroeder
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Cpl. Clark Thomas
NotesSchroeder is credited to pencils and ink on G.I. Joe in 1956 by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and once again we can notice the peculiar eyes of Schroeder.
 
Letters Page"Readers of G.I. Joe are invited..." (4 pages)
FeaturingG.I. Joe's Pen Pals
CreditsLetters: typeset
 
Comic StorySo Ya Wanna Get Out... (8 pages)
SynopsisThe Baker Company is going home aboard a troop transport.
FeaturingG.I. Joe
CreditsPencils: Alex Kotzky | Inks: Alex Kotzky
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Pvt. Joe Burch; Sgt. Mulvaney; Pvt. Cornelius Hoolihan [Weepy]; Pvt. Eckersall [Meatball]; Cpl. Carpuccio; Pct. Alvin Otis [Ugly Otis]; Cpl. Reilly [Ready-Money]; Janie
NotesAlex Kotzky is credited to pencils and ink on G.I. Joe in 1952, but this is from 1956. The artwork is much identical to his Flyboy #1 and #2 for Ziff-Davis. The sleek inklines is best to pin on Kotzky, and also the faces. Some angry faces can look like Olesen, but Kotzky has some similar in Flyboy. He also had one story in G.I. Joe #39. Beautiful work. His name is spelled with "z" not "s" like in some credits.
 
Text Story"Tokyo, Japan..." (2 pages)
SynopsisFictional letters home from Private Sam Cosgrove.
FeaturingDear Gertrude
CreditsLetters: typeset
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Pvt. Sam Cosgrove; Gertrude Cosgrove
 
Comic StoryThe Great John L. Otis (6 pages)
SynopsisUgly Otis enters the boxing ring as the only bantam weight in the Company.
FeaturingG.I. Joe
CreditsPencils: Ernie Schroeder | Inks: Ernie Schroeder
ContentGenre: War | Characters: Pvt. Joe Burch; Sgt. Mulvaney; Cpl. Carpuccio; Pvt. Alvin Otis [Ugly Otis]; Pvt. Cornelius Hoolihan [Weepy]; Cpl. Reilly [Ready-Money]; Lt. Bronson
NotesSchroeder is credited to pencils and ink on G.I. Joe in 1956 by Jerry Bails' Who's Who.
 
AdvertisementNow... Electronics Made Easy! (1 page)
SynopsisThe exciting, new magazine that takes the mystery out of electronics.
FeaturingPopular Electronics
CreditsPencils:? (photo) | Inks:? (photo) | Letters: typeset
NotesBack cover.
 
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