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The five-part series has become an ongoing, with rotating creative teams! On a mission to prevent a terrorist attack in a far-flung corner of the world, Scarlett's former, civilian life and her new hard-ass life collide. Now, in the middle of a white-hot operation with the fate of millions in the balance, Scarlett decides which friend lives and which one dies.

—The description as originally solicited by IDW Publishing.

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Items of note

Preliminary sketch

  • Tom Feister's original sketch for Cover A showed Scarlett in front of a burning Confederate flag. Although Feister preferred that to the cover that was eventually used,[1] it was shot down, likely to avoid any controversy over the use of a blatantly racist symbol.
  • To be a member of the Joes in IDW's universe, you have to be declared legally dead. Scarlett's cover story was that she died in a car crash. The details of that crash are revealed in the background of this issue's cover.

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