This issue is a strong start to a series of stories behind the men and women of both camps in this war. Brooks has been given an opportunity to share the lives of the Joes and Cobras with a new generation of readers. In this post-9/11 world, crafting militaristic bad guys would seem easy, but making them compelling characters is a challenge that Brooks proves to be truly worthy of. IDW has done a great job of building up the universe of G.I. Joe, and this series looks to be an important part of that process. Read Full Review
decision to leave the heavy lifting to his artist proved to be a double-edged sword. This book showcases some gorgeous artwork, but at the expense of some basic storytelling principles. Hopefully these problems get addressed in later issues, as it has the potential to be an excellent collection of character profiles for G.I. Joe fans to enjoy. Read Full Review
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