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Cobra #5
Serpent's Tale
Part One: The Nest
Attribution
Writer(s)

Mike Costa; Christos N. Gage

Penciller(s)

Sergio Carrera

Letterer

Robbie Robbins

Colorist

Lovern Kindzierski

Cover artist

Antonio Fuso (cover A)
Ben Templesmith (cover B)

Editor

Andy Schmidt

Publication information
Publisher

IDW

Publication date

June 9, 2010

Pages

22

General information
Continuity

A Real American Hero IDW comics continuity

Series

Cobra

Preceded by

Cobra II #4

Followed by

Cobra #6

After the revelation of a major character on the last page of the previous issue, what can you possibly expect from this issue of G.I. Joe: Cobra? How about the revelation of another major character on the first page? Costa and Gage begin an all-new storyline in a book that continues to dazzle readers and defy expectations.

—The description as originally solicited by IDW Publishing.


Detailed summary

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearances

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

G.I. Joe The Coil Civilians
  • Members (11)
  • Receptionist (9)
  • Security (10)
  • Serpentor (1)


Memorable quotes

"Cobra-La-La-La-La-La!"

--Serpentor wastes no time in bringing the crazy.

Other notes

Errors

  • No errors known.

Items of note

  • First appearance: Serpentor, the Coil, Scoop
  • Serpentor's civilian ID is Stephen Minasian.
  • Scoop has a Pulitzer.
  • The other files on Hawk's desk are codenamed "Mimic" and "Understudy."

Real-world references

G.I. Joe references

  • Serpentor's cry of "Cobra-La-La-La-La-La!" is the first time the ululation from G.I. Joe: The Movie has ever been used in the comics.
  • The artwork showing the man with the body of a snake represents Golobulus.

Footnotes and References



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