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  • ARAH Issue #180 (IDW continuation): The Joes have to track down a guy with a stolen component to a deadly nuclear weapon. Complication: He's trying to hide in the crowd at a Comic-Con. Scarlett gets to spend half the mission getting chased by a jerk in an Optimus Prime costume who just won't take "no" for an answer.
    • Not to mention the issue's cover having Snake Eyes with an entry pass inbetween his two grenades and survival knife.
  • During Zartan's introduction in issue 25 of the original comic, we see Cobra Commander, Destro and the Baroness riding three abreast in the turret of the Water Moccasin. If you've ever owned any version of the WM, you'll know how impossible this is—sometimes it's hard to fit one figure in the turret, much less three side-by-side-by-side. To cap it off, Zartan then jumps over the WM on his skimmer. Good thing the Dreadnoks proved themselves to be a decent threat; their introduction wasn't impressive.
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  • Because he had his own "Declassified" mini-series, the only thing Snake-Eyes does in G.I. Joe: Declassified is... make coffee for Hawk. Which he does, using C4.
  • Devils Due Comics has a sub-team called (P)rimal (E)mergency (T)actical (S)quad, only it was Polly's dream.
  • The G.I. Joe yearbook issue where Serpentor and Mindbender are eating pizza made by the Dreadnoks.
  • Special Missions #24 had four of the female Joes undercover as a baseball game.
  • The biocard for Crossfire driver Rumbler from the toyline- he used to work as a revenue agent, until after wrecking seven vehicles in pursuit of illegal moonshiners and the like, was transferred to the Joe Team because that way, he'd be "pursing individuals or organizations less inclined to sue the government."
  • Scarlett's Strike Force description for Crystal Ball: Cobra's dirtbag shaman. He always talks like this.
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  • Panel 5 of ARAH #219 has a bath toy with a blue hood on it's head.
  • During the Cobra Civil War, Destro made landfall with his Iron Grenadier troops... And all he did during the war was lounge on the beach sipping tea, while his forces never engaged in combat. He still got what he wanted from the situation, namely, saving Baroness.
  • A few moments throughout Devil's Due's crossover with the Transformers are Percy the viper, Zartan's reaction to returning to the seventies along with one native's reaction to seeing his car turning out to be a giant robot a little while later, and Firewall introducing Eject to TV.
  • The scene Special Missions (2013) Issue #9 starts with: "Get it? It's me!"


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