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Preview pages for IDW Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #5 and COBRA #20

After a small Christmas hiatus, IDW is hitting G.I. Joe full steam ahead with two exciting new issues hitting comic stores on Wednesday!  Even with the New Years Day holiday coming at us, we’ve got previews up for these two issues, Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #5 and Cobra #20.  Just from the previews these two issues look like such polar opposites within the scope of the G.I. Joe framework, but they both look like a whole lot of fun.

Check out the preview pages below.

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Cobra #20

Mike Costa (w) • Antonio Fuso (a & c)

OKTOBER IS BURNING! The covert G.I. JOE team is in for the fight of their lives as they go toe-to-toe against the OKTOBER GUARD! But who are they? Where did they come from? And what do they want? The answers will shock you—but we can tell you that MAJOR BLUDD is looking for retribution!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

*Variant Covers:

Joe Eisma & Juan Castro variant cover!

Bullet points:

  • The OKTOBER GUARD are here—and they want to take down G.I. Joe!
  • The biggest story COBRA has ever told!

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Danger Girl / G.I. JOE

Andy Hartnell (w) • John Royle (a) • J. Scott Campbell (c)

The two most incredible covert action teams the world has ever known—so covert, in fact, that neither knows the other exists—are meeting for the first time ever! Repeat:  Danger Girl and G.I. JOE, together. Spies! Girls! Ninjas! COBRA!

(Text appears to be from the TPB Solicitation, the preview above is for issue #5)

GeneralsJoes Reviews IDW’s Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #1

I will admit right up front that I know absolutely nothing about the Danger Girl universe.  I was an avid comic reader in the 90’s, and read many Image titles, but for whatever reason, Danger Girl was not one of them.  As such, this series doesn’t necessarily captivate me from the cross-over appeal, just more as a G.I. Joe story.

In that regard, it works to a certain degree, though I’m looking forward to seeing a bit more depth explored throughout the remaining three issues.

Click the Read the Rest of the Story link below for the full review.