capn_carrot's G.I. Joe: The Cobra Files #4 - Snakes and Tigers, Part 4; Conclusion review

End of the first arc

This issue wraps up the Night Creepers arc as Chameleon is forced into the uncomfortable position of fighting on the front lines alongside Lady Jaye and Ronin to save Flint. The arc comes to a satisfactory close, but I could have done without the small dirty nuclear bomb detonated in Washington D.C. which can't possibly have the repercussions it needs to over the coming months. Although I like Chameleon, I'm not totally sold on the rest of the team or the direction of the book going forward, but I'll probably stick around a little while longer to see where things go from here.

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