Time and time again, Cobra has been on the threshhold of global domination, only to be thwarted by the Joes. Now the ruthless terrorist organization has a new ally, the Cobra-La race, led by Golobulus. Golobulus wants to steal the Joes' "Broadcast Energy Transmitter" in order to ripen space spores and mutate the people of Earth. When Duke is injured and the rest of the force immobilized, it's up to the new "rawhides" and Slaughter's Marauders to pick up the slack and save the world Written by
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Did You Know?
Mindful that the television series was being compared unfavorably to Robotech
(1985) for its sanitized depiction of combat, the producers decided to have a death scene for Duke to give the movie a harder edge, but upper management forced them to add a line saying that he only went into a coma. See more
After Duke is injured by Serpentor's snake javelin, Scarlett is seen holding his upper body up while he is tended to by Doc, holding his head in her hands. Although she is wearing gloves, part of her glove is missing, revealing a bare hand, but her glove is intact in the next shot. See more
Cobra, retreat! Retreat!
References Twilight Zone