In this film, Cobra is at it again. This time, they have a device called the Weather Dominator which can control the world's weather and use it as a devastating weapon. Now the Joe team must find a way to fight Cobra when they seem to have the very elements at their command. Written by
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The mini-series features the first appearance of the SHARC submarine. However it is seen being driven by Torpedo instead of its real driver, Deep six. Deep Six appears later in the first season episode "Cobra Stops the World." See more »
Towards the end of the miniseries, Duke pulls a homing beacon out of his pocket and activates it so the Joes can traces its signal. First, why didn't Duke turn it on when he was *first* taken to the Cobra HQ? Secondly, as with Snake-Eyes, is security at Cobra HQ so lax that they don't check to see if prisoners are carrying weapons, or homing beacons, on them? See more »
[after Duke and Snake-Eyes have been captured by Cobra]
All right, looks like I'm in charge now. Gung-Ho, Short-Fuze, Breaker, form a guard detail and take the Cobra Commander to Blackwater Prison for safekeeping.
[to Cobra Commander]
That's one place *nobody* breaks out of, Bumper Face!
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This is the miniseries that, for me, really defined G.I. Joe, with Flint, Lady Jaye, Zartan, the Dreadnoks, Roadblock, Shipwreck, Mutt, and Junkyard appearing for the first time. Excellently animated (as always), this series had all the action and humor of MASS Device, and then some. A great place to begin viewing the saga of G.I. Joe!
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