This article is about the rockin' Devil's Due crossover with the techno-organic Serpent O.R.. For other stories with G.I. Joe, see G.I. Joe crossovers.

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The Art of War is a five-issue miniseries published by Devil's Due Press in 2006. It is a sequel to Devil's Due's previous two G.I. Joe crossovers, set in the Devil's Due crossover continuity.

The Art of War issues:
#1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5

Preceded by: G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers II
Followed by: G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers: Black Horizon


After the deactivation of Megatron and the catastrophic time traveling events on Cybertron, the Autobots have made serious progress against the Decepticons. However a Cobra attack against G.I. Joe's base on Earth alters the balance of the war by unleashing Serpent O.R., an artificial super-soldier who proves to be nigh-unstoppable, and is imbued not only with the knowledge of past Earthen leaders, but the personality of Megatron himself! He soon travels to Cybertron and re-unites the scattered Decepticons into a force to be reckoned with once more.

Creative team

The series was penned by experienced G.I. Joe writer Tim Seeley with art by Joe Ng, Alex Milne, and James Raiz.


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Each issue had at least two variant covers offered in equal ratio; all of the "A" covers could connect to form a single image. Also available for purchase, at conventions and online, were a series of Udon-exclusive covers that could form a single image.


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