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GJHM IDW003a
Hearts & Minds #3
Attribution
Writer(s)

Max Brooks

Penciller(s)

Howard Chaykin; Antonio Fuso

Cover artist

Howard Chaykin (cover A)
Antonio Fuso (cover B)

Editor

Andy Schmidt

Publication information
Publisher

IDW

Publication date

July 28, 2010

Pages

22

General information
Continuity

A Real American Hero IDW comics continuity

Series

G.I. Joe: Hearts & Minds

Preceded by

Hearts & Minds #2

Followed by

Hearts & Minds #4

From Max Brooks, New York Times bestselling author of World War Z and masterful artists Howard Chaykin and Antonio Fuso comes the next generation of G.I. Joe and Cobra.

—The description as originally solicited by IDW Publishing.

Detailed summary for "Interrogator"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Interrogator"

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

U.S. Soldiers Cobra Civilians Others
  • Jessica Samuelson (8)
  • Tyler Krakowski (7)
  • Stall's father (9)

Memorable quotes in "Interrogator"

Torture is an ugly word. I prefer to call it "collecting first-rate intelligence."

—Interrogator

Other notes

Errors in "Interrogator"

  • The binder Interrogator gives Stall has the title "Geneva Convention," when the actual treaties are known as the "Geneva Conventions" - plural.

Items of note in "Interrogator"

  • Interrogator's face is never shown, even on the cover.
  • This is the first time Cobra Commander and Destro have ever been together. Clearly this story takes place after events currently happening in the main title.

Real-world references in "Interrogator"

  • The Geneva Convention is a series of treaties laying out the way victims of war are to be treated by their enemies.

G.I. Joe references in "Interrogator"

  • The name "Thomas C. Stall" (note the middle initial) was used for the Spy Troops character Blackout. Since he was a Joe who ended up betraying the team, this issue's "Thomas J. Stall" may well be the IDW incarnation of the same character.
  • Interrogator promises to release footage of Stall being "a real American hero."

Detailed summary for "Deep Six"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Deep Six"

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

G.I. Joe Cobra
  • Cobra divers (2)


Memorable quotes in "Deep Six"

At the bottom of the ocean, there's no shortage of ways to die.

—Deep Six

Other notes

Errors in "Deep Six"

  • No errors known.

Items of note in "Deep Six"

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Unused cover.

  • The original image of Antonio Fuso's "Cover B" released to promote this issue showed a character who looked like Torpedo. The art was entirely redrawn for the published cover.
  • The suits worn by the Cobra divers look like a cross between Eel uniforms and S.N.A.K.E. armor.
  • Only five characters, total, appear in this story: Deep Six and four Cobras.

Real-world references in "Deep Six"

  • No references.

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