G.I.Joe Magazine first appeared in the winter of 1985. It would not appear again until two years later. The Winter 1987 issue kicked off a two-year quarterly run serving up eight more issues through 1987 and 1988.
Each issue featured "stories about sports, the outdoors, action movies and entertainment and real-life excitement." Each issue also featured "an action-packed tale of G.I.Joes in the field, a colorful poster and games and quizzes to play."
This issue featured articles on John Hill (an 11 year old pilot), Wil Wheaton and Star Trek: The Next Generation, short pro athletes, bodybuilding, and mountain climbing. The cover and poster feature beautiful art painted by Dave Dorman. The poster art was also made available in a 1987 puzzle by Milton Bradley. Roll over the images below to find out more, or click the images to enlarge them. Then use your arrow keys to "flip" through the pages.
Now you can own every piece of painted G.I.Joe art from 1986-1987 in one beautiful volume! You can preview all 452 pages of the series at the 3DJoes Book Store!
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