Buzz Dixon’s long-lost Sunbow-inspired story “The Most Dangerous Man in the World” is now available as a G.I. Joe Kindle Worlds tale!
Flash backwards in time for a moment. It’s 1986 and the pre-production for the second season of the classic Sunbow G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero tv series is in full swing. Story editor Buzz Dixon pitches an idea to Hasbro– a story called “the Most Dangerous Man in the World” that delves into the mysterious origins of Cobra. Hasbro approved the story and things looked rosy for it to be developed into an episode Suddenly the folks in Pawtucket threw the animation team a curve ball in the form of Serpentor. His very existence causes this story to be rendered null and void. Reluctantly, Buzz scraps the idea for the story and ultimately, that should have been the end for “the Most Dangerous Man in the World.” Or was it…
Flash forward to June 9, 2014, when the announcement of G.I. Joe on Kindle Worlds caused Buzz to consider something — the resurrection of this now lost episode of G.I. Joe!
The wait is over! The classic Sunbow-inspired lost G.I. Joe story “The Most Dangerous Man in the World” is now available on Kindle Worlds for a whopping $3.99. Rather than read as a continuation of a cartoon episode this is a novella inspired by the Sunbow series. There are some tonal differences but there are also a myriad of references to classic episodes and bits of G.I. Joe lore. It’s a rolicking read that will take Joe fans on a roller coaster ride of thrills and chills as they attempt to discover the identity of a man whose very existence can shake the foundation of Cobra to its serpetine core.
What are you waiting for– a written invitation? Go check out “The Most Dangerous Man in the World” for yourself today!