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    Exclusive Preview: “Scarlett’s Strike Force” #2

    By | January 29th, 2018
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    Look, it is nearly impossible to talk about “Scarlett’s Strike Force” without the relative controversy surrounding it. The book’s premature cancellation has been cited for a variety of reasons, depending on who you ask. But one thing is for sure: for fans who were excited about this eight issue miniseries, its shortening is a bummer. That being said, we have nothing extra to add to that conversation – but what we do have is an exclusive preview of the second issue – which looks pretty great, by the way.

    Cover by Khary Randolph
    Written by Aubrey Sitterson
    Illustrated by Nelson Daniel
    Colored by Ryan Hill
    Lettered by Taylor Esposito

    Savage jungles, dinosaur fights, magic rituals, Kung-Fu, monster trucks, giant robots, weird science, strange villains and more—and it’s only the second issue! Roadblock’s team continues its hunt for the brand-new Cobra Commander as trouble brews inside of G.I. Joe’s underwater base. By Aubrey Sitterson (G.I. Joe, Street Fighter x G.I. Joe) and Nelson Daniel (Clue, Dungeons & Dragons). No wonder people are calling it The Best Action Comic Ever!

    FC • 32 pages • $3.99

    Bullet points:

    · Featuring all-stars of the Hasbro line as M.A.S.K.: Mobile Armored Strike Kommand and the Transformers join G.I. Joe in the fight against Cobra!

    · Variant cover by Vasilis Lolos!

    Thanks to IDW for the preview, and make sure to pick up the issue on Wednesday!

    Cover B by Nelson Daniel
    Retailer Incentive Variant Cover by Vasilis Lolos

    Brian Salvatore

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