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Snake-Eyes rescues George Strawhacker from the gulag, but Major Bludd is right behind him and ready to shoot. The government sends assassins to take care of Stalker and Storm Shadow at the Statue of Liberty.

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Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

G.I. Joe Cobra Borovians Others

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Other notes


  • George Strawhacker reacts as though he knows who Snake-Eyes is, even referring to him as Terri's brother. While it would later be revealed this was not the first time George met Snake-Eyes "professionally," he was never told the masked soldier's real identity.[2]

Items of note

  • First Appearances: Magda
  • Death of George Strawhacker

Real-world references

  • The issue's title comes from "The New Colossus," the sonnet engraved inside the Statue of Liberty.
  • The White Clown finally finds his wife.
  • Harry Houdini was the world's most famous escape artist.
  • When Storm Shadow and Stalker fight off the goons, the sound effects are snap, crackle and pop, the three sounds used to advertise Rice Crispies.

Footnotes and References

  1. Domestic Operations Agency
  2. G.I. Joe #144

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