Cobra Commander launches in January as part of Skybound and Image Comics‘ Energon Universe (which includes both G.I. Joe and Transformers comics). The series hails from writer Joshua Williamson, artist Andrea Milana, and colorist Annalisa Leoni. The debut issue features a main cover by Milana and Leoni, as well as an open-to-order variant cover by David Aja, a 1:10 connecting variant by Chris Burnham, a 1:25 variant by Steve Epting, a 1:50 variant by Andrea Sorrentino, a 1:100 foil variant by Jonboy Meyers, a blank sketch variant, and a 1:250 connecting variant by David Mack.
At this time, Skybound has shared the main cover, as well as the variants by Aja, Burnham, Epting, and Mack. The publisher will reveal Sorrentino’s variant at at a later date. It is also keeping Meyers’ spoiler foil variant under wraps for the time being.
Check out the covers for Cobra Commander #1 below:
What to expect from Skybound’s Cobra Commander series
Cobra Commander is the second of four G.I. Joe limited series coming down the pipeline as part of the Energon Universe — following Duke, which launches this month. These titles “promise to set the stage for a fresh new take on G.I. JOE, Cobra and the iconic characters that you only think you know in a shared universe with TRANSFORMERS and Void Rivals!”
An official synopsis for Cobra Commander reads as follows: “The Cobra threat begins HERE. In a world where Cobra doesn’t exist, one man’s sinister plans to utilize the mysterious alien substance known as Energon will send shockwaves across the globe. Who is Cobra Commander? Where does he come from? And what horrors is he planning to unleash that will rock the world — and maybe the universe — to its core?”
Cobra Commander #1 goes on sale January 17, 2024 from Image Comics.
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