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*Cover Girl's character model has been changed considerably from the first mini-series. Here she sports her short auburn haircut, brown jacket, tan shirt and tan pants to match her action figure. In the first mini-series she had long blonde hair, green jacket and pants and tan shirt.
 
*Cover Girl's character model has been changed considerably from the first mini-series. Here she sports her short auburn haircut, brown jacket, tan shirt and tan pants to match her action figure. In the first mini-series she had long blonde hair, green jacket and pants and tan shirt.
 
*The Cobra A.S.P. (Assault System Pod) makes it debut, yet it serves as merely a prop; throughout the entire miniseries, it is always shown being towed behind a Stinger Jeep.
 
*The Cobra A.S.P. (Assault System Pod) makes it debut, yet it serves as merely a prop; throughout the entire miniseries, it is always shown being towed behind a Stinger Jeep.
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*Duke's run of bad luck continues as, for the third consecutive miniseries, he is captured by Cobra in the first episode.
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*Ron Friedman wrote the scripts for all three miniseries, and to say that he keeps going to the same well of ideas is an understatement. In fact, the parallels between the first three miniseries are unmistakable:
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**All three start with the Joe team running a routine mission, followed by a Cobra sneak attack; Duke gets captured; there's a Cobra invention that can be used to subjugate the world; Joe and Cobra meet at three (four in the "Pyramid of Darkness" mini) separate locations with exotic names; the Joes meet a stranger along the way that helps them; one of his agents pulls a fast one on Cobra Commander in the final act; the Joes launch an all-out attack on the Cobra hideout.
   
 
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