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.

“I’m a natural tracker, and it’s got NOTHING to do with my heritage. For me tracking’s not a gift, it’s a curse.” – SPIRIT

“Some fight for God, some fight for country. I fight for cash, and don’t you DARE judge me until you know why.” – MAJOR BLUDD

Writer: Max Brooks
Artist: Howard Chaykin, Antonio Fuso
Cover: Howard Chaykin, Antonio Fuso

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.7%


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Avg Rating: 4.2
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  1. Might trade wait on this. We’ll see what happens when I get to the shop.

  2. I’m with you Drake.  It might be a next week pick-up.  Waiting to read some of the reviews.

  3. I’m on board only for Brooks, but I’m only giving him one issue to wow me.

  4. Feel like this is gonna kick some ass.

  5. Does anyone know if this is a new world, or the current comic one or movie continuity?

  6. I don’t know if it’s a new world (doubtful) but it’s definitely not the movie continuity.

  7. I hope this is as cool as GI Joe Cobra.  I hope it’s as fun as RAH 155 1/2.  I hope it’s not lame as Brian Reed’s GI Joe books.  And I hope it’s not horrible like Ray Park’s book.  🙁

  8. I’m really not into the Chaykin art in this. Its just not as good as his past stuff and seems like he’s losing a step or two. Then again, the more i look at it, i wonder if its just the pencils being hurt by the pastel type coloring. I actually like the Fuso art a bit more.

  9. Well that was a delightful dollar-a-minute read.

  10. I liked the writing, but the art in this book is rather awful (in my opinion).

  11. It was way too short. I certainly didn’t feel that I got my $4. It feels to somewhat tell these characters origins, but isn’t that what the Origins book is for?

  12. I agree, it was way way too short.  The writing was cool, but it just needed more.  A lot more.  Interesting ideas that just weren’t explored nearly enough.  Back in the old days, there’s no way these would have constituted an entire comic.  I’ve always felt IDW books were too light in content, but this book takes the cake in fluffiness.

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