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G.I. Joe: COBRA Serpent's Coil

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The First appearance of the mysterious SERPENTOR! As under-cover G.I. JOE agent Scoop infiltrates the cultish C.O.I.L., will he uncover a sinister plot, or be drawn into a world of pain and power? Witness the descent into the mouth of the snake...
Paperback, 120 pages
Published March 15th 2011 by IDW Publishing
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Tony Laplume
The third volume of IDW's excellent Cobra comics from its G.I. Joe line takes a detour from its basic Erika La Tene arc to follow "Scoop," otherwise known as private investigator Leonard Michaels, as he delves into the cult known as the Coil, the public face of Cobra.

Like Chuckles, Scoop is an unlikely star of a G.I. Joe comic, hardly well-known and about as well-defined in his legacy outside of the Cobra comics. Yet he proves immediately capable of carrying the story in Serpent's Coil (which mi
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Matt
An interesting aside in the main series, and one that's important for where the Cobra series ends up going after the next volume. One of the interesting things about this whole series is how it takes familiar Joe characters (or, at least, ones who had action figures) and changes them up whole sale. Remember the Scoop toy? He had a gigantic camcorder that was also a gun. Here, he's a horribly damaged, disgraced newspaper reporter who's become a PI to try to pay the bills, and nobody likes him.

But
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Brian Dickerson
Another great volume. Origins of Croc Master and introduction to Skull Crusher and Sepernator. I love the Cobra universe that is being painted bit by bit in each arc. It feels like this run could go on for ever and I hope it does.
T.J. Blackburn
Collects IDW's GI Joe Season 1: Cobra (Ongoing) 5-9.

Always a great fun and quick read. I think I've become more fond of IDW's JoeVerse than that of Marvels.

2011 April - reread # 2: preparation for IDW Season 2.
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