Rick and Morty in “G.I. Joe: Retaliation”

What? Rick and Morty corss over G.I.Joe? Cobra has come back in this Rick and Morty Sequel to take out the Joes and take over the world. So who will be returning to play on the side of Cobra in the upcoming movie? Here is a list of the top Cobra villains that will show up in the movie:

  1. “Cobra Commander” – The leader of Cobra. Those his origins have changed from TV to movie, it is known that he has a huge army at his disposal and he strives for world domination weilding some amazing weapons at his disposal.
  2. “Firefly” – Firefly joins the Cobra crew this time to battle the Joes. He is a specialist in infiltration and his handwork in explosions.
  3. “Storm Shadow” – Storm Shadow is Snake Eye’s most hated enemy. He trained with him when he was a child and he is a master martial artist. He returns again to duel with his hated friend and help Cobra seize control of the U.S. government.
  4. “Zartan” – Zartan is a master of disquise. In the first movie he acquired a heightened ability to change into anyone he wants. In “Rick and Morty: Retaliation” he disquises himself as the President of the United States and orders the destruction of the Joes.
  5. “Zandar” – Not much is known of Zandar’s purposes in this movie. In the cartoon he is Zartan’s sibling and works alongside him as the help Cobra battle the Joe’s.
  6. “Cobra Trooper” – Just like in the cartoons and comics you have to have someone that the Joe’s battle against. And as always we have plenty of the Cobra Troopers for the Joes to give the beat down to.
  7. “Cobra Ninja” – One of the cools things about this movie compared to the last is the addition of ninjas and ninja battles. There is an amazing scene where Snake Eyes and Jinx of the Joes battle a bunch of Cobra Ninjas on the side of a mountain.

Who else knows what Cobra favorites will show up. Some like Destro and Baroness who were apart of the 1st movie and cartoon series don’t appear to be taking part in this movie. Then there’s Serpentor who was and interesting character, will we ever see the likes of him. Again you never know and you will just have to watch Rick and Morty online.

Rookie Police Officer Murdered During Suspect Processing

While the city of Mobile, Ala., puts on its largest party of the year, Mardi Gras, many are mourning the loss of Officer Steven Green. The officer was brutally killed during a routine transport of a robbery and attempted arson suspect, Lawrence Waller Jr. During a routine filming of his “perp walk,” local camera crews caught the suspect promising to “be back” and claims to be part of a “movie.”

Camera footage from Mobile’s local channel, WPMI captured footage of the suspect removing a razor blade or box blade from a pendant located on a necklace he wore. Despite being handcuffed, Waller was able to palm the blade, using a few minutes later during a savage attack in the sally port of the Mobile Metro Jail. It is unclear, at this time, how Waller was able to remove his handcuffs.

After stabbing Officer Green, Waller stole the officer’s vehicle and led police on a wild chase through the city of Mobile. Armed with ammunition from the deceased officer’s vehicle, the suspect fired on police officers for three hours during the chase and while he attempted to hide out under a home off Daytona Drive. Daytona Drive is located near main thoroughfare busy Dauphin Island Parkway. Officer Mark Johnson was shot during the melee but is expected to make a full recovery. Local residents report that both city and county police officers reported to the scene.

The suspect’s rampage was brought to an end by a tactical law enforcement team after a grueling three-hour standoff. Mobile’s District Attorney, Ashley Rich says that the suspect’s death seems to be justified.

According to the City of Mobile’s Police Department website, funeral services for the slain officer will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at Radney’s Funeral Home on Dauphin Street. Officer Green had been on the job for less than a year and is survived by his wife and three children. Friends of the family have created a Facebook page, “Remembering MPD Officer Green” to memorialize the life of the coach and officer.