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Snake-Eyes: Deadgame gets collected this month, and a deluxe one-shot

GI Joe fans have more than a pair of figures to look forward too, with the arrival of Snake-Eyes: Deadgame’s collected edition, and a special one-shot.


Released across this past year, IDW’s Snake-Eyes: Deadgame was something of an event. It was one of the only Joe books to be a mini-series/spinoff for one thing, and backing that up was that it was by none other than Rob Liefeld.

The iconic Marvel and Image artist is a huge GI Joe fan, and worked on the full mini, as both writer and artist. It was a series that took the title ninja commando on an all-new mission, and face-to-face with Storm Shadow.

Now the full tale is being bound and delivered as a graphic novel. And if you missed any of the story, you’ll be happy to know that the book releases next week.

But wait, there’s more, out right now is a special one-shot. Snake-Eyes: Deadgame Declassified hits stands as a 48 page issue, and delivers a behind-the-scenes for the original book’s run.

With tomorrow’s debut of the 48-page Deadgame Declassified, fans are invited to peer behind the mask of G.I. JOE’s iconic ninja commando… and behind what made Rob Liefeld’s Snake Eyes: Deadgame into a phenomenon! Never-before-seen material from throughout the limited series fill this one-of-a-kind edition, from sketches, layouts, and designs to an unbelievable look at the phenomenal inks over Liefeld’s dynamic pencils from artists including Neal AdamsRyan OttleyWhilce PortacioEd PiskorTom ScioliMarat MychaelsJerry OrdwayDan FragaKevin Eastman, and more!


Snake-Eyes: Deadgame will be priced in at $9.99 USD and lands in stores in a little under a week, on December 7th.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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