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Cobra Civil War #0
Attribution
Writer(s)

Chuck Dixon
Mike Costa

Penciller(s)

Javier Saltares
Antonio Fuso
Augustin Padilla

Letterer

Shawn Lee

Colorist

Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Arianna Florean
J. Brown

Cover artist

Tom Feister (cover A)
Gabrielle Dell'otto (cover B)
Antonio Fuso (cover C)
Javier Saltares (cover RI)

Editor

Andy Schmidt

Publication information
Publisher

IDW

Publication date

April 13, 2011

Pages

32

General information
Continuity

A Real American Hero IDW comics continuity

Series

G.I. Joe

Preceded by

G.I. Joe #27
Cobra #13

Followed by

G.I. Joe #1
Snake Eyes #1
Cobra #1

Cobra Civil War begins here! The Commander is dead! Long live... Cobra Commander?! But the questions is, who will be the next Cobra Commander?! The role of Commander must be filled - now the most lethal and cunning Cobra operatives will compete to reign supreme. The winner - he who kills the most G.I. Joes - will take the reins of Cobra! Bonus: Ninja Force!!!!! Yeah, baby! 30 big pages of story at regular price! This is the place to jump on board and see what everyone's been talking about!

—The description as originally solicited by IDW Publishing.

Detailed summary for "G.I. Joe"

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Team Mike (domestic recon), consisting of Barbeque, Deadcheck, Flakjack, Halfstep, Ratrace and Sandcrab, arrives in Springfield. The town is apparently abandoned and the team is investigating an energy spike. The Joes suspect it might be a piece of Cobra machinery left behind when Springfield was vacated. Team Mike's communications are down and cannot contact The Pit. The energy spike is traced to its source - a cinema. Team Mike find the big screen still working - a zombie movie still playing. Unknown to the Joes, there is someone watching them with night-vision goggles. As one of the Joes turns off the projector, it blows up and the Joes are attacked by a mysterious assailant.

Within six seconds, all six Joes of Team Mike are killed. Out of the shadows steps out Krake. He is then congratulated by one of the Cobra Council members.

...to be continued

Appearing in "G.I. Joe"

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

G.I. Joe Cobra
  • Councilman (8)
  • Krake (7)


Memorable quotes in "G.I. Joe"

"Soldiers. What are soldiers? You don't waste good iron to make nails. And you don't waste good men to make soldiers."

--Krake gets philosophical after a job.

Other notes

Errors in "G.I. Joe"

  • No errors known.

Items of note in "G.I. Joe"

  • First appearance: Deadcheck, Flakjack, Halfstep, Ratrace, Sandcrab.
  • Deaths of Barbeque, Deadcheck, Flakjack, Halfstep, Ratrace, Sandcrab.
  • We finally learn "BBQ's" full codename. Just in time.

Real-world references in "G.I. Joe"

  • Posters in the movie theatre include Casablanca, Jurassic Park and G.I. Joe.

Detailed summary for "Cobra"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Cobra"

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Cobra


Memorable quotes in "Cobra"

  • None yet.

Other notes

Errors in "Cobra"

  • No errors known.

Items of note in "Cobra"

  • First appearance: Vargas, Khallikhan

Real-world references in "Cobra"

  • No references.

Detailed summary for "Snake Eyes"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Snake Eyes"

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

G.I. Joe Cobra


Memorable quotes in "Snake Eyes"

  • None yet.

Other notes

Errors in "Snake Eyes"

  • No errors known.

Items of note in "Snake Eyes"

  • First appearance: Banzai, Bushido, Dojo, Nunchuck, T'Gin-Zu, T'Jbang, Slice, Dice.
  • Deaths of Banzai,Dojo, Nunchuck, T'Gin-Zu, T'Jbang
  • Khallikhan may have a previous connection with Snake-Eyes, making this fight personal. Or it could just be part of the Cobra Commander Candidature.

Real-world references in "Snake Eyes"

  • Slice and Dice refer to Khallikhan as "the raja," suggesting he may be Indian.

General notes

  • This issue shipped with four covers:
  • Apparently IDW publishing likes to kill off good characters. Who's next is the question now.

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