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Your Monday Comic Preview Doubleheader: G.I. Joe and Ghostbusters

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Courtesy of IDW Publishing, here are exclusive sneak peeks at this week's issues of the Snake Eyes and Ghostbusters ongoing series. The former has ninja battling out the wazoo, whereas the latter sees Peter Venkman laughing off a supernatural possession. Both issues are in stores Wednesday, March 21, and you can find the plot synopses below.

Snake Eyes #11
Chuck Dixon (w) Alex Cal (a) Dave Wilkins, Robert Atkins (c)
The Commander demands satisfaction! COBRA's war on a helpless sovereign nation roars toward its conclusion. Snake Eyes is alone against the Red Ninjas led by Storm Shadow in the Temple of the Bells as weapons of mass destruction fall over Nanzhao. The Joes are in jeopardy at a border crossing against a squadron of B.A.T.s. Storm Shadow offers Snake Eyes a devil's deal; the key to the heart of COBRA. Will the most dangerous Joe accept?

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Ghostbusters #7
Erik Burnham (w) Dan Schoening (a) Schoening, Nick Runge (c)
It's a nasty case of possession by a greed-driven ghost, and one of the Ghostbusters is its new vessel! It's a battle of wills on the mental plane in this latest issue of the hit ongoing Ghostbusters series!

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dedpool3678
Dedpool3678

Dunno why but the Ghostbusters art really sticks with me. It just seems perfect for the franchise. Maybe it's the "Real Ghostbusters" vibe I get from it.