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Behold every "Cobraaaa!" ever in this 'G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero' variant

We're no strangers to covers with a lot of characters around here, and the comic with the claim to fame as the most packed cover ever is 2008's G.I. Joe: America's Elite #25 by Chris Lie.

Now as with all things in the Larry Hama-led franchise, Cobra is giving the Joes a run for their money in a new variant cover by Adam Riches. To celebrate G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #212 (a turning point issue in Hama's resurrected title promising "The Death of Snake-Eyes"), IDW and Florida retailer Emerald City Comics tapped the frequent Joe toy artist to draft a Cobra-heavy companion piece to the original cover showcasing every snake that ever fought for the ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world.

From Cobra Commander and Destro to the more obscure likes of Headman and Crystal Ball, they're all there and available for order from Emerald City's web store. But are there more Cobras than the 236 Joes on the original cover? Compare the pair after the jump.

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