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The Joes take refuge at Snake-Eyes' dojo and as they train they discover insight into Snake-Eyes' relationship with Storm Shadow and their checkered past.
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(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)
|G.I. Joe||Civilians||Arashikage Clan|
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"After all we've been through, why won't you trust Snake-Eyes?"
"Uh, newsflash! He's a ninja! By definition, that makes him a spy, a saboteur and an assassin." *everyone just looks at him* "What? Look it up!"
- --Scarlett may know Snake-Eyes well, but Tunnel Rat has done his homework.
"The gas bomb wasn't enough, huh? You had to send us a wake-up call from Samurai Suzie?"
"That would be 'Ninja Nancy.'"
- --Yeah, Duke, get your terminology right or Scarlett will set you straight.
Animation and/or technical glitches
- None known.
- Where was Jinx living that just a few years ago looked like feudal Japan? A themepark?
- First appearance: Storm Shadow, Jinx, Hard Master, Arata.
- Duke is on the phone with Alvin Kibbey, who apparently posted pictures of the Joes on his anti-Cobra blog.
- Jinx specifically identifies Hard Master as her father.
- Young Snake-Eyes speaks.
- Hard Master is voiced by Keone Young, who also voiced Storm Shadow in the Sunbow series.
G.I. Joe references
- In the Marvel comics, Snake-Eyes had a cabin in the High Sierras. His dojo, though never given a geographic location, seems to be in similar terrain.
- When Jinx swings a sword at Storm Shadow's head from behind, he claps his hands and catches it. As seen in G.I. Joe #59, that's a standard Arashikage test.
- No references.