At last we return to the story of Chuckles, who was last seen in the custody of none other than Cobra Commander! But is he a prisoner… or an honored guest? Can the man whose life was ruined by pretending to join Cobra have finally given in?

Writer: Mike Costa, Christos N. Gage
Art & Cover: Antonio Fuso

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  1. Let’s see if my store actually gets this. For whatever reason they never get then the week it comes out, and that’s if he orders it. In still waiting for the second special

  2. Great series!

  3. @mikeandzod21 – That’s funny, I had mine in my pull list twice and bought both without knowing it. You could have my extra one. haha

  4. The real bitch is that he never ordered 7 and 8 for me when they were solicited, so after two three months I bought them at another store…only to have issues 7 & 8 show up in my bag.

  5. Chuckles is back!? Then so am I.

  6. This the story ive been waitin for chuckles and cobra commander. serpentor story line was good but this issue is great just like the 1st 2 volumes.

  7. Once again G.I. Joe Cobra proves to be not only the best licensed book being produced but one of (if not THE) best comic books on the stands.

    Cobra Commander’s monologue on the theory of cognitive dissonance is worth the price of admission alone!

    This serious has been an exciting look into what makes the human mind tick. Who would have thought that an 80’s toy property could have become on of the most intellectually stimulating, intruiging and thrilling reads out there? Just a damn good comic book. 

  8. Wrapping my mind around this ‘cognitive dissonance’ concept, it’s mind-blowing really, all from a GIJoe comic book, fascinating in and of itself.

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