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First Strike #3 (10 Copy Cover)

IDW: September 13, 2017   Writer: Mairghread Scott   Art: Max Dunbar   Cover: Jay P. Fosgitt  

UPC: 82771401340500351   Diamond ID: JUL170556   GCIN: 978163

Secrets revealed! G.I. Joe, the Autobots and M.A.S.K. make their way to Cybertron to stop the siege and encounter the COBRA leader, but all is not as it seems! Will their arrival help-or just bring more disaster?

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