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Aside from the wholly unnecessary mouth on Snake Eyes' costume, I was a little his version of the Snake Eyes/Storm Shadow relationship), but that's I do wish the backstory of Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow wasn't as. Sadly, she doesn't believe they can have a relationship because of their differences. When Snake Eyes first came to live in the temple with Storm Shadow and. Read Chapter 1 from the story Raven's Shadow (G.I. Joes/Storm Shadow FanFic) Everyone but Snake Eyes and Jinxx are uneasy and mistrusting around the but one member of the team has a complicated relationship with Storm Shadow.
Venomvoiced by Ty Olsson. These two movies seem to ignore the previous continuity, and deal more with the continuity of the toys and cartoon at that time. Storm Shadow is again a Cobra ninja as in previous Sunbow cartoons; however, unlike previous times, he now faces Snake Eyes. In the animated short G. Ninja Battlesa new ninja Tiger Claw is joining G. The rivalry between the two ninjas is explained to some degree, and it shows how they have dealt with each other to this day.
Most of the movie is narration over original artwork, and some scenes from the previous movies, as well as some new footage at the end. Resolute[ edit ] In the G. Resolute miniseries, Storm Shadow's past is revealed as his rivalry with Snake Eyes being the result of Storm Shadow fearing his uncle would teach the seventh move of the "Seven Steps to the Sun" to Snake Eyes instead of him because of his bloodlust, and then hiring Zartan to take out their master. By present time, during the attack of the U.
FlaggStorm Shadow murders Bazooka and places a scroll marked with the Arashikage symbol that issues to Snake Eyes a final duel at their former dojo. Revealing his true reasons for hating Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow pins him down using the sixth move. However, Snake Eyes's counters reveal he, in fact, had learned the final move from their master prior to his death, using it to kill Storm Shadow.
Storm Shadow was voiced by Eric Bauza. Renegades[ edit ] In the animated series G. RenegadesStorm Shadow is voiced by Andrew Kishino. He once trained with Snake Eyes and has had a bitter rivalry with him. The rivalry reached its zenith when Tomisaburo slipped poison in the tea cup meant for Snake Eyes as he was to talk to the Hard Master.
However, without the youth's knowledge, the cups were accidentally switched and the Hard Master drank the poisoned tea. Mistaking Snake Eyes' attempt to save his uncle via an emergency tracheotomy as an act of cold-blooded murder, scarring him while driving him off, Tomisaburo vowed revenge while becoming acting leader of the Arashikage.
Storm Shadow pursued Snake Eyes to his hidden dojo in the mountains, telling Kimi of how her father died and convincing her to reclaim her birthright. During the events of "Homecoming", Storm Shadow fought Snake Eyes on board a military train and assisted the Baroness, later infiltrating Cobra Industries and proposes an allegiance with her. Storm Shadow ends up discovering that the assassin to be Jinx, who revealed as explained to her by Scarlett that Snake Eyes's action against the Hard Master was actually an attempt to save him from the poison inflicting him.
Once the fight resolved, Storm Shadow admitted to his murder attempt on Snake Eyes and how the Hard Master died as a result. Believing himself to be beyond redemption for unknowingly killing the Hard Master, Storm Shadow takes his leave. Toys[ edit ] In G. Sigma 6 Storm Shadow is Cobra's ninja master. He began his career in mainstream U. Early on he went undercover into the Cobra organization and was brainwashed by the enemy. With powerful mind tricks, they convinced him that the groups he worked for were really traitors, and that Cobra forces were the good guys trying to stop them.
He is a powerful ninja who has adapted his martial arts skills to suit his own evil purposes.
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A covert ops counterintelligence expert, he once performed undercover sabotage operations. Now as a member of Cobra, he uses this knowledge against the Sigma 6 team, always working to destroy them and anyone else who gets in his way.
Comic series[ edit ] Devil's Due also created a miniseries based on Sigma 6. It follows the style and the content of the cartoon series, spotlighting a different member of Sigma 6 and Cobra in each issue. Cartoon[ edit ] In G. Sigma 6Storm Shadow is voiced by Tom Wayland. The rivalry between Storm Shadow and Snake Eyes is one of the focal plot lines of the series.
There have been hints and references as to the cause of their enmity. The 4Kids TV website for Sigma 6 states that Storm Shadow was on an infiltration mission in a Cobra base and was captured and brainwashed into thinking the Joes and Snake Eyes were his enemies.
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Although Storm Shadow called Snake Eyes "brother," the exact nature of that relationship is unknown. Storm Shadow frequently blames Snake Eyes for the downfall of the Arashikage ninja clan. The exact nature of Snake Eyes's betrayal of the Arashikage is as yet unknown. Unfortunately that's classified information as well as his birthplace. Snake Eyes is somewhat reminiscent of Wolverine; both are killers and both have hidden pasts.
Eventually we found out Logan's backstory, but will we ever know the entire saga for Snake Eyes? Larry Hama is very proud of how popular the G. Joe member is and he may never give away all of his secrets, but the one thing Hama has said is that Snake Eyes was based on an actual person Hama knew.
The man in black is based on Sargent Bob Light, a tall thin man with blonde hair that was in the 1st Air Cavalry. Why did Hama chose Light? Does that mean Light was in real life a Commando ninja that never spoke? If so, we'd love to meet him! Naturally he would wear black so he could hide in the shadows.
Since his name is classified and his identity is a secret, wearing a mask is the best way to prevent people from discovering who he is, but there's actually another reason for covering his face and wearing all black.
As luck would have it, the Snake Eyes toy was extremely popular, and Hasbro didn't mind making more since it was cheaper to make than your average Joe figure.
Snake Eyes brought fear into the hearts of the members of Cobra. His reputation proceeded him and battling with Snake Eyes surely meant your doom. Hasbro was excited that Snake Eyes was a hit and whenever there was marketing for G.
Joe, it almost always made sure to include him. However, there was a small error that occurred when Hasbro was promoting Snake Eyes and it was oddly enough with his name. Was his name Snake Eyes or was it Snake-Eyes? As a result, on his wedding day, Snake Eyes breaks off his engagement to Scarlett in front of Stalkerthen again disappears to his compound in the Sierras. Sean asks Snake Eyes to train him as a new apprentice, after watching his crew also get slaughtered by Firefly on the night Ophelia was killed.
Some time later, Jinx and Budo call Snake Eyes to investigate new intel on the location of Firefly, who is working for the "Nowhere Man". Snake Eyes confronts Firefly, who is meeting with another masked ninja, revealed to be Storm Shadow.
Sean is eventually given the name Kamakuraand would later join the G. Joe's reinstatement, and the two again became engaged. Snake Eyes is involved in many skirmishes with Cobra, including altercations with Storm Shadow,  the return of Serpentor in which Snake Eyes was injured by a grenade blast but quickly recovered Snake Eyes' triumph over the Red Ninja leader Sei Tin which gave Snake Eyes control of the Red Ninja clan and a close-call defeat at the hands of the heavily armored Wraith.
However, Scarlett meets with Storm Shadow who had broken free of his mind controland they rescue Snake Eyes and Duke from a convoy. In his last moments, Scanner activates the Icelandic station's self-destruct mechanism, killing Overlord in the blast and saving the Joes. Snake Eyes would later help in defeating the Shadows before their plot could be set into motion, even fighting leader Wilder Vaughnwho escapes.
America's Elite issue 16 Snake Eyes as a "Commando" once more homage to version 1 uniform Snake Eyes is reactivated as a member of the team in G. With their new covert status and reduced roster, they continued to track down Cobra cells and eliminate them, from their new headquarters in Yellowstone National Park code named "The Rock". He finds her on Destro's submarine in the Pacific Ocean, and succeeds in rescuing her, but Destro escapes, and Snake Eyes dies during the operation. Following the session, Scarlett unmasks Snake Eyes and is shocked at the sight.Snake Eyes Origin
He then argues that Snake Eyes should not have given up his ninja skills, and that he wishes to work with him to restore his faith. He informs them that the Baroness is free and looking for revenge on both G.
Antarctica, Snake Eyes is part of the team that is called to investigate an Extensive Enterprises venture in Antarctica. Joe team eventually split up to find Tomax and Xamotand Snake Eyes goes with Snow Job to infiltrate their base, where they fight and chase Tomax off. When the Joes start hunting down every member of Cobra that they can find, Snake Eyes and Scarlett apprehend Vypra and capture Firefly in Japan. As the evenly matched Plague and G.
Joe teams clash, Cobra sleeper cells attack government buildings in nations across the globe. Joe prison facility "The Coffin". He is partially successful, but Tomax manages to free Firefly and several others, while killing those Cobra Commander considered "loose ends".
Storm Shadow then joins Snake Eyes and the rest of the main team in defeating several Cobra cells, and disarming nuclear weapons that Cobra Commander has placed in the Amazon and Antarctica. In the end, Snake Eyes is shown among the members of the fully restored G. Reloadedwhich featured a more modern and realistic take on the G.
Although he did not serve on the team, it was shown that Snake Eyes was interested in Scarlett, but the series ended before anything further was explored. Snake Eyes appears in G. The Transformersthe Devil's Due crossover series with Transformers set in an alternate continuity.
Joe is organized, Snake Eyes is assigned to a group of soldiers protecting a peace conference in Washington. He is called "Chatterbox" but does not actually speak, because he had been dared by the other soldiers to actually keep quiet for a time. Snake Eyes is terribly scarred, and loses his voice, when a Cobra Commander-controlled Starscream shoots Cover Girl 's missile tank out from under him.
His family is also killed during the attack. Joe and Cobra to team-up to retrieve them. After recovering all of the Transformers, they arrive back on Cybertron. Joe was originally planned for publication during the same time as G. The Transformers by Dreamwave Productionsuntil they announced bankruptcy, leaving only the first miniseries completed. The story features the Transformers meeting the G. Joe team inwhere Snake Eyes is prominent in defeating the Decepticons by opening the Matrix.
In the second miniseries set in the s, Snake Eyes is somehow still in fighting shape, despite having been a member of the team in Joe comics, and started a new series that continues where the Marvel Comics series ended. This continuation of the Marvel series is again written by Larry Hama. Joe comic series that does not connect to any of the past continuity. Snake Eyes is once again a member of the team, and throughout the first storyline, he is a renegade agent of G.
Joe, with whom Scarlett is in communication unapproved by Hawk. Snake Eyes first appears in the Crimean Rivera chasing Nico. Scarlett sends him a message signed "Love Red", which is a code telling him to run. He heads to Seattle where he finds Mainframe and gives him the hard drive that Scarlett requested, containing information about Springfield. Once there, they retrieve evidence from a secret lab that Cobra exists, before the town is leveled by a MOAB.
With the evidence in hand, the two are accepted back into the G.