The story moves fast, works well, and supplies all thevehicles, characters, and action a reader could ask. Out of Cobra, AReal American Hero, and SnakeEyes, this book feels like the creativeteam jives. There are no hang-upsto provide explication. That's astrength when handling an action book like this. With the addition of some interesting tech and adult themes,this book can be the frontrunner of any 80s-lover's nostalgia kick. Read Full Review
The final panel shows us Storm Shadow (YES!), will be joining the storyline possibly as soon as next issue. Although there wasn't quite enough here to get me to check out the rest of “Cobra Command” (at least not yet), once again writer Chuck Dixon gives us a Snake Eyes comic that's an awful lot of fun. And arist Alex Cal doesn't miss a beat stepping in for Casey Maloney. Read Full Review
Enjoyable enough for Snake Eyes fans and it does advance the Cobra Command story a little bit. The art is pretty solid. But, there's nothing in this issue that gets above the level of “average comic book”. So, buy it if you love GI Joe and skip it otherwise. Read Full Review
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