Danger Girl/G.I. JOE #4

Danger Girl/G.I. JOE #4

Writer: Andy Hartnell Artist: John Royle Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: November 7, 2012 Critic Reviews: 3
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It's the most dangerous event of the summer, and the action continues right here! The Danger Girl and G.I. JOE strike teams have been chosen, assembled and deployed. But will they outrun COBRA's own special forces teams before a pair of prominent cities are destroyed? Be sure to join Abbey Chase, SNAKE EYES and all your favorite JOES as the year's hottest new series catches fire!

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Edward Nov 7, 2012

    In short, there is a lot to take in in this issue. I'm also loving the art style, seeing a more Danger Girl-esque take on various Joe's. With action, dialogue and everything in between, the next issue is certainly looking to be an explosive finale. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Matt Wilkins Nov 8, 2012

    Everything in this comic is so over-the-top it's going down on the other side. You heard me. Cobra Commander hisses, Ninjas abound, Roadblock gives a body massage, Destro sublty implies his superiority. It's everything you love about GI Joe to the maXXX. I'm sure there are girls out there who'd enjoy it, too. Just don't let a girl see YOU reading it. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Nov 10, 2012

    It's easy to dismiss a comic like Danger Girl as being nothing but inessential cheesecake, but to do so would be a huge disservice to a fun reading experience. The history of Danger Girl plays a part in this issue (though I don't know if it's in Abbey's "official" canon, presuming there even IS such a thing after her third publisher) as do bits and pieces of Joe lore, which makes the book fun for someone who is a casual fan of both Danger Girl's book and G.I. Joe's cartoon. (I'm a bit more hardcore about G.I. Joe comic continuity, but that's a very different beast, in most ways.) Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #4 sticks the landing, looks good and doesn't distract me with the female form (though mileage can certainly vary), earning 3 out of 5 stars overall. It's an above-average chapter of a book that wants only to entertain you, and what could be wrong with that? Read Full Review

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