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> (If you would check the word SPECIAL in the title for both Cobra specials it is the same as the word SPECIAL in the Helix special, thus they are all part of the specials series not separate)

The fact that they use the same lettering does not indicate it's the same series. If you look inside the cover, they are titled as two separate series:

G.I. Joe: Special #1

G.I. Joe: Cobra: Special #1-2

Plus, the numbering clearly indicates them as two separate series. (That's how yojoe.com classifies them too).

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WP:Original research concerns[edit]

As you appear to be largely responsible for the Chronological comic order section of G.I. Joe (IDW Publishing), I thought I should let you know directly that I’ve brought up concerns on that article’s Talk page about its lack of sourcing. If you’ve put that list together yourself, I applaud your efforts—but as I said there, it’s more suited to a fan site or forum than an encyclopedia. Thanks. —Frungi (talk) 04:04, 16 October 2013 (UTC)

G.I. Joe[edit]

Hey man, hope you're doing well! Just so you know I updated G.I. Joe (IDW Publishing) since I noticed you hadn't edited it in a while. Hope you come back soon! --Cerebellum (talk) 16:25, 21 October 2014 (UTC)

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