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Cobra #6
Serpent's Tale
Part Two: The Nest
Attribution
Writer(s)

Mike Costa; Christos N. Gage

Penciller(s)

Sergio Carrera & J.K. Woodward

Letterer

Chris Mowry

Colorist

Peter Dawes & J.K. Woodward

Cover artist

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

Editor

Andy Schmidt

Publication information
Publisher

IDW

Publication date

July 21, 2010

Pages

22

General information
Continuity

A Real American Hero IDW comics continuity

Series

Cobra

Preceded by

Cobra #5

Followed by

Cobra #7

Arise, Serpentor... ARISE! In our last issue, you met the charismatic, fearsome, magnetic cult leader known as Serpentor. Now learn how he came to be what he is today... both the fantastic story his followers subscribe to, and the not-quite-as-godlike, yet no less terrifying, truth. The critically acclaimed series delivers its boldest, most shocking story yet!

—The description as originally solicited by IDW Publishing.

Detailed summary for "Captivity"

Note: This issue is presented in a unique fashion: two stories are told, on alternating pages; half the pages feature Leonard's captivity, the other half show the origins of The Coil. While the "captivity" pages are illustrated in the normal style, the "Coil" pages are single painted panels, with the text worked into the image. This page has divided the two stories only for ease of reading.
Write up.

Appearing in "Captivity"

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

The Coil Civilians


Memorable quotes in "Captivity"

  • None yet.

Other notes

Errors in "Captivity"

  • No errors known.

Items of note in "Captivity"

  • First appearance: Range-Vipers, Venomous Maximus (unnamed)
  • The unnamed interrogator has his arm in a sling.

Real-world references in "Captivity"

  • No references.

Detailed summary for "The Coil"

Note: This issue is presented in a unique fashion: two stories are told, on alternating pages; half the pages feature Leonard's captivity, the other half show the origins of The Coil. While the "captivity" pages are illustrated in the normal style, the "Coil" pages are single painted panels, with the text worked into the image. This page has divided the two stories only for ease of reading.
Write up.

Appearing in "The Coil"

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Gods The Coil The "great" men Champions of the Serpent
  • Ahi (2)
  • Amduat (5)
  • Jormungand (7)
  • Ngalyod (4)
  • Nuwa (8)
  • Ophion (6)
  • Quetzalcoatl (9)
  • Serpent creator (1)
  • Sesha (3)
  • da Vinci (13)
  • Einstein (15)
  • Newton (14)
  • Socrates (12)
  • Alexander the Great (17)
  • Ghengis Khan (18)
  • Napoleon (19)
  • Rasputin (16)

Memorable quotes in "The Coil"

  • None yet.

Other notes

Errors in "The Coil"

  • It seems like the names of Ahi and Ngalyod are reversed on page 3.

Items of note in "The Coil"

  • Golobulus's "real" name is Gola-Bulas.

Real-world references in "The Coil"

G.I. Joe references

  • Golobulus oversaw the society of Cobra-La.
  • All the supposed "champions" of the serpent were among RAH Serpentor's DNA donors.

Footnotes and References



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