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  Alright, here's my old GI Joe pitch. I barely remember what any of this means. I literally haven't thought about GI Joe since I pitched this. I was into it though... I remember loving that comic where the guy in the Hawaiian shirt kills Cobra Commander.  GI JOE PITCH – 10-18-13   Landry Q. Walker The original Cobra Commander is very much alive. His "death" was actually that of a clone created via the MASS device. This was part of a calculated plan -- as was the consequent shift in leadership. The more public Cobra organization run by Krake has been a diversionary tactic concocted by the original Cobra Commander to address G.I. Joe's   increasing interference, which was inhibiting Cobra's covert operations. At the behest of the Commander, Destro has been using the MASS device to infuse a new army of Cobra soldiers with the combined traits of Snake-Eyes, Zartan, and Helix. This alteration to the “program” that allows reintegration of bodies upon teleportat
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Little Gloomy - the Super Scary Monster Show.

Before it was the Saturday morning cartoon series Scary Larry, it was a creator owned comic in the pages of Disney Adventures. This is back in the mid-2000's, I'd say. Art by Eric Jones and colors by Rikki Simons. Meant to evoke a bit of the old Harvey Comics vibe. Sadly, most of my files on this stuff seems to be corrupt. So unless you have an old issue of Disney Adventures, it is likely lost to the ages...

KID GRAVITY - 2D or not 2D!

Here's a look at some comics by me, Eric Jones, Rusty Drake and others. Originally published way back in the early 2000's. This was arare time where Disney Adventures Magazine (a book sold in every grocery store, with a distribution in the millions) was publishing creator owned comics. Just to reiterate this, as it' seem insane by today's standards. We were doing creator owned all ages comics and reaching millions. Anyone who says there isn't a market for kids comics is bonkers. We did years of this, and it was very successful.


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