I'm posting this as a more general topic for NMA users who seek help in identifying a piece of media they've long forgotten the name of. I'll start the thread with a comic book. I've been trying to find out the name of a particular American comic book I've read as a kid some 16-17 years ago at school. It was a comic book in the action genre, featuring an art style strongly resembling that of the GI Joe comic book series (ca. issue #100). The storyline revolved around three modern-day ninjas: one of them was an Asian version of Charles Bronson, the second an Asian black-haired woman and the third a generic blonde American (?). The comic book (or at least that particular issue) focuses on them infiltrating an underground installation (may have been connected to biological weapons) via different means. Asian Charles subdued a guard, took his clothes and body armor and infiltrated the base by using the guard's severed thumb. The blonde fellow went for a direct approach, bypassing microphones and IR cameras with trained crickets worn in a cage on his back (so that the wild ones wouldn't notify the security detail that something's amiss by going silent) and undergarments that prevent heat from going out. He later kills a scientists and dons his clothes on top. Can't recall what the woman did, though. The cover featured the three of them, with Asian Bronson staring menacingly at the reader, holding a reel of rope (I think) and some kind of ninja blade and the other two behind. Wish I remembered more about that. So, any help?