Most of G.I. JOE: Snake Eyes: Agent of Cobra #3 isn’t spent with Snake Eyes, although we do get some of Chameleon feeding the former JOE intelligence to help his search, but instead the story is mainly focused on his target: the former Cobra Commander’s son. We get a long look at Billy’s life off the grid in Thailand with Ronin his only friend and protector.
From The Loyal Subjects come these 3in. Mini-G.I. JOE figures. The figures are sold separately in blind boxes, meaning you won’t know which one of the 11 figures (which include Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow, Destro, Cobra Commander, Zartan, Gung-Ho, Duke, and Snow Job) you’ll get, for $13 a piece.* You can also plop down a hefty $208 for an entire case of 16 figures (but with the possibility of multiple duplicates still isn’t guaranteed to get you a full set).
I’m going to miss this series. As IDW prepares to reboot their entire G.I. JOE franchise with new titles and new collaborative teams, writer Chuck Dixon and artist Robert Atkins provide one final Snake Eyes comic for us to enjoy. In honor of Larry Hama‘s own silent issue of G.I. JOE #21, Dixon and Atkins provide a final Storm Shadow tale that needs no words to tell.
The 30cm Snake Eyes G.I. JOE Retaliation Sixth Scale Figure has more that 30 points of articulation, several interchangeable hands, and comes with a helmet, ninja suit, boots, two swords, a dagger, a figure stand, a submachine gun, a pistol and holster. All this can be yours for the low, low price of $195.
The hunt has begun. Part 2 of the new G.I. JOE crossover “Target: Snake Eyes” finds the ninja clan Arashikage hunting down Cobra’s money supply as both Cobra and the JOE’s try to hunt down the Arashikage and the former JOE who is helping them – Snake Eyes.