G.I. Joe: Cobra II #11

Writer: Christos N. Gage, Mike Costa Artist: Antonio Fuso Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: December 15, 2010 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Mike Prezzato Dec 14, 2010

    Good stuff. This is the sort of JOE espionage tale worth your time, especially if you're a little bored with the cliche good guy/bad guy dynamic. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Dec 15, 2010

    Antonio Fuso's artwork was frustratingly erratic on the first arc of this second Cobra series, with background work in particular becoming all but nonexistent. Fuso still isn't entirely consistent in quality, but he is improved. Oddly, now it's his figures that vary in detail and execution. Faces may be well-defined in one panel but amorphously rendered in the next. But again, the overall effect is better than in the previous Chuckles arc and manages a stronger, more foreboding tone. The ongoing future of this series remains in question, at least until the next round of solicits. But if this arc truly is the finale for G.I. Joe: Cobra, it should be a satisfying one. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Dec 15, 2010

    Antonio Fuso's artwork was frustratingly erratic on the first arc of this second Cobra series, with background work in particular becoming all but nonexistent. Fuso still isn't entirely consistent in quality, but he is improved. Oddly, now it's his figures that vary in detail and execution. Faces may be well-defined in one panel but amorphously rendered in the next. But again, the overall effect is better than in the previous Chuckles arc and manages a stronger, more foreboding tone. The ongoing future of this series remains in question, at least until the next round of solicits. But if this arc truly is the finale for G.I. Joe: Cobra, it should be a satisfying one. Read Full Review

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