Voted for Cover A, but it was sold out so I bought Cover B.
I agree with the Rev - Costa hit a homerun on this one!
And Maczero, I was thinking the same thing - it's super cool to see that Chuckles got Hawk to laugh in the end. Back in the original Cobra #1, if I remember right, Chuckles was always cracking jokes and Hawk didn't like it too much, so this was a great way to wrap up the Chuckles/Hawk story.
Stories like this are the ones where Costa and Fuso really shine - where the focus is on character and drama.
Personally I wouldn't put this quite as high as #155, but it's still amazing. Chuckles' "voice from the dead" serving as the narration was both eerie and heartwrenching.
Mike Costa at his absolute best - don't miss out!
And though I think that Fuso does not do well in the action department, I do think that his style is perfect for a drama/intrigue book like "Cobra."