The Special Missions team recruits Copperback from a Supermax prison to lead them to her former employer: Laird DESTRO, in "Destro Must Die." Plus, when the SPECIAL MISSIONS convoy faces a surprise attack from COBRA troopers and a dangerous sniper, it's up to LOW LIGHT-G.I. JOE's own long-range specialist-to turn the tables and get the team out in one piece, in "Ambushed"! Collects issues #10-14.
It takes A REAL AMERICAN HERO to handle these SPECIAL MISSIONS! Presenting G.I. JOE's Special Missions Classics, remastered, recolored, and collected for the very first time! Features original 1980s stories including "Decisions," "Scoop," "Passing of the Guard," and the finale, "Condor."
G.I. Joe. Cobra. Two opposing forces. Two powerful war machines, each made more lethal by the undeniable strength of their individual parts. But who and what are those parts? Living legend Larry Hama shares some of their amazing tales in "Special Missions"-five one-shot stories featuring a variety of characters including Stalker, Baroness, Duke, and more-each illustrated by a different world-class artist! Collects issues #251-255.
-- Personal story of Germany's top special forces man -- Details the rescue of Mussolini Otto Skorzeny, Germany's top commando in World War II, is one of the most famous men in the history of special forces. His extraordinary wartime career was one of the high risk adventure. Among the exploits that earned him the reputation as "the most dangerous man in Europe" were the rescue of Mussolini in 1943 and the capture of the Hungarian regent Admiral Horthy just before he could sign a peace treaty with Stalin. In this book Skorzeny tells the full story.
Poison dart umbrellas, lipstick pistols, and cyanide guns were all a part of the arsenal of tools used by spies of the Soviet KGB, American CIA, and British MI6, but you won't learn that in your history books! Learn the true stories of the Cold War and how spies used listening devices planted in live cats and wristwatch cameras. Discover how East Germans tried to ride zip lines to freedom, while the Cambridge Four infiltrated Britain and master spy catchers like Charles Elwell were celebrated. Then make your own secret codes and practice sending shoe messages. It's all part of the true stories from the Top Secret Files: The Cold War Spies. Take a look if you dare, but be careful! Some secrets are meant to stay hidden...