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Publisher: Marvel Comics
Issue Date: May 1994
Series: G.I. Joe A Real American Hero
Issue Number: 148

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The Joes and the Oktober Guard successfully destroy the asteroid, and the action in Wolkekuckuckland continues.

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Major Players

Joes: Lady Jaye, Flint, Hawk, Stalker
Star Brigade: Duke, Payload, Roadblock, Sci-Fi, Space Shot

Oktober Guard: Daina, Dragonsky, Lt. Gorky, Red Star

Cobra: Destro, Cobra Commander.

Others: General Liederkranz, Wolfgang

Creative Team

Script: Larry Hama,
Pencils: Phil Gosier,
Inks: Crusher Wallace & Scott Koblish,
Coloring: Bob Sharen,
Lettering: Vickie Williams & John Badcock,
Editor: Mike Lackey,
Editor in Chief: Tom DeFalco
Cover Artist: Phil Gosier

Full Details

Flint and Lady Jaye parachute into Wolkekuckuckland to assist Stalker and Hawk. Flint briefs Hawk on the asteroid situation and Hawk fills Lady Jaye and Flint in on the situation there. General Liederkranz informs the Joes that Wolfgang has left and stolen the money intended for food.

Aboard the asteroid, Payload and Dragonsky realize that the robotic drones only attack when their targets are holding weapons, and not tools. They inform the rest of the team, who are trying to invade the control center. Using that information, Star Brigade and the Oktober Guard make it to the control center, and push a button that will cause the asteroid to self destruct in five minutes.

Zartan and Destro figure out that Liederkranz is out of fuel, so they press forward on their invasion. At that moment, Wolfgang arrives back with a fleet of fuel tanks bought in Darklonia.

In Wolkekuckuckland, the Joes try to stop the invasion, but are not completely successful. The Joes are worried that Liederkranz was killed, but Wolfgang shows up carrying the General.

Star Brigade and the Oktober Guard make it back to their shuttle in time to get off the asteroid before it explodes.