Post Traumatic Stress Commander by Peter J. Wacks, Aaron Michael Ritchey
Post Traumatic Stress Commander
Cobra Commander is laying low, and the international terror market seems to be taking a break from the daily grind of world domination. But all is not as it seems. Especially not for a particular Joe.
Gung Ho, all around tough guy Joe, is starting to have problems. Trapped in a struggle with PTSD he is deteriorating, and must fight to regain control of his own mind. He must fight to overcome the shame of a condition he doesn’t think is valid or real. Stripped of his active status, he is enrolled in a specialty clinic to fight his nightmares of blood and rats—nightmares of being trapped in a New Delhi sewer with Cobra shock troops destroying everything around him.
The world seems to be going to hell, and Gung Ho is right there for the ride down. But at least he has help. At least he has a doctor who understands what he is going through. That is… until a hooded figure, also suffering from PTSD, as well as paranoid delusions, is also checked into the facility.
Weaponless and trapped in a facility with ultra-high tech security, Gung-Ho and Cobra Commander must face their mortal enemies—and the terrors of their own minds if they are to survive therapy and each other.