The GeeksverseSnake Eyes #10-Cobra Command part 5

Snake Eyes #10-Cobra Command part 5
Published on Friday, February 10, 2012 by

I’m with Iceberg, that it is strange how Snake Eye’s personal life always becomes a priority mission. In Snake Eyes #10, part 5 of Cobra Command arc, Snake Eyes and his team is responding to a bizarre ninja attack. Ofcourse the attack of red ninjas is a way for Storm Shadow to call Snake Eyes out for yet another duel.
Helix is oddly trusting in this issue. She seemed less trusting in her first one-shot issue. Her use in this new story arc has been to follow the silent ninja completely.

Iceberg on the other hand seems to be conflicted about wanting to watch Snake Eyes work and staying safe.

This issue ties into the first season of IDW’s Joes mission to Rangoon fairly well.

Storm Shadow has a private moment with a shadow veiled Cobra Commander to push the Cobra Command part of the over riding arc.

Overall, this is a fun issue. I’m a bit puzzled by Helix. I don’t know why Storm Shadow chooses now to chat with the Commander, but otherwise it is a fun issue to read. The ninja fighting is fun.


Snake Eyes Ongoing #10
Chuck Dixon (w) • Alex Cal (a) • Dave Wilkins, Robert Atkins (c)

COBRA COMMAND CONTINUES! The new Cobra Commander’s war of conquest turns to a war of destruction. COBRA troops are forcing an entire populace to become refugees while eliminating any who dare stay behind. Snake Eyes is now in the killing fields, playing his own game of predator and prey with Stormshadow and the red ninjas of the Arashikage clan!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
*Variant covers:
Vertically inter-connected variant Tom Whalen cover!

Bullet points:
PART 5 of the G.I. JOE crossover, “COBRA COMMAND”!
A rolling nine-issue crossover between all three ongoing G.I. JOE titles, all with the same art team!
Ask your retailer about the special vertically inter-connected Tom Whalen variant covers on all three titles!

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