After escaping, the Joes manage to make their way to the cache. Switch Gears is a tank driver for the G.I. [217] His comics continuity does not match the file card, as he is simply one of many Joes with basic, "real-world" astronaut experience. Outside North America, episodes of G.I. This mission again focuses on Cobra Island. His real name is Jim Steel, and his rank is that of Staff Sergeant E-6. 64 (October 1987). Their craft is shot up off-panel by a Cobra Rattler. Joe series, he is mentioned by name in issue No. His real name is Joseph R. Baikun, and his rank is that of U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant. Hardtop continues to work with the team as a heavy equipment operator, and also becomes their liaison to the National Space Agency. Joe: A Real American Hero #277 - Untold Tales, Part 2 released by IDW Publishing on November 2020. Joe. Joe Team's operations support specialist. - Part 3, Arise, Serpentor, Arise! Michael Bell Blowtorch/Clutch/Duke. Joe Team. Cold Front's primary military specialty is Avalanche driver, and his secondary military specialty is fire control technician. Joe group Tiger Force, and serves as the jet fighter pilot tasked with operating the "Tiger Rat" assault plane. Sneak Peek is killed, and Recoil and Ambush are injured. Slaughter, and took orders from both of them when they appeared. He is the G.I. 82. Joe special ops team on their way to a mission. Crankcase's primary military specialty is motor vehicle driver, and his secondary military specialty is armor. With Libby Aubrey, Michael Bell, Arthur Burghardt, Buster Jones. His preferred weapon is a bow and arrow. The conflict had been over a rogue US military faction trying to use a high-tech missile to destroy Cobra Island. His real name is Daniel W. Price, and he was first released as an action figure in 1991, as part of the Eco-Warriors line. It is destroyed in a raid orchestrated by Cobra Commander and Darklon. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline in 1982 alongside the Marvel Comics series, it commissioned Marvel Productions to produce a series of fully animated 30-second television commercials which were broadcast in order to promote the toys and comics, beginning with an ad for the first issue that aired throughout the Spring of 1982. The set was limited to 100 with all figures being done in a 25th style design. Hardball, Repeater and Wildcard assist in a running battle against Dreadnoks, who are trying to capture two other Joes, Clutch and Rock 'n Roll. Lightfoot saves the day with a time-delayed bomb destroying a retreating helicopter. [100], In the Devil's Due series, the Red Shadows, a Cobra splinter group, wages a campaign against the Joes. 99. Joe series, he first appeared in issue No. Joe Team's winter operations specialist. Wildcard possesses an unnatural talent for breaking things, from sturdy steel machines to simple tools, delicate toys, immovable objects of cast iron, and 8-piece dinner settings. Camera! Joe: A Real American Hero[4] (also known as Action Force in the UK) is a half-hour American animated television series created by Ron Friedman. However, out in the bush he is the one who brings the other grunts back home alive. [19], In the Devil's Due series, Backblast is seen as one of the many Joes fighting against the new army created by Serpentor. Joe Team's Mudfighter pilot, and he was first released as an action figure in 1989, packaged with the Mudfighter bomber. Ace and Wild Bill. He uses the Defiant's weaponry to neutralize the threat and lands on the USS Flagg aircraft carrier. 28. Ward. Colonel Courage was first released as an action figure in 1993, as part of the Battle Corps line. Joe series in issue No. He is manning the "Chaplain's Assistant Motor Pool" machinery, the figurative and literal cover for the Pit, the headquarters of the G.I. His real name is Mark Habershaw, and he was born in Smithfield, Rhode Island. The entire mold was re-used in 2002 for the Shock-Viper figure. He is the G.I. 1982 1,406 Sales 9.8 FMV $775 G.I. [17], Backblast was in the Joe's Utah HQ when Clutch and Rock 'n Roll nearly went berserk due to Cobra brainwashing. ), Starduster is the G.I. Tenet (film) 3:04. Joe Battleforce 2000 character, also called Avalanche. G.I. G.I. [23] The second and final season was released as a stand-alone set on April 27, 2010. His primary military specialty is infantry, and his secondary military specialty is electronics. From there, he was picked by General Hawk to drive the Avalanche. [127] He is one of the few Joes available to protect a space-based laser weapon from Cobra hands.,[128] and later assists in fighting "Darklonian" terrorists in New York City. [161], Payload is featured in the last issue of the "Special Missions" series, where he, Ace and Slipstream are sent to space to test out various surveillance techniques. [206] The figure was repainted and released as part of the Night Force line in 1988, packaged with Lt. Her favorite weapons are dual 10mm Auto pistols. Joe Team's medical specialist, and was released as an action figure in 2002.[196]. Joe: Spy Troops story line. To prepare for the Airborne Ranger school, he went through the Ranger Indoctrination Course designed to remove forty percent of the applicants. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and animated series. He was not considered too young to learn how to rough it out in the wild swamps of Florida, which enabled him to breeze through much of the Army's jungle training. In the Marvel Comics G.I. As a kid, he was polite, well groomed, and successful in his studies. Joe animated series, voiced by Alvin Sanders. [14] His first appearance was in issue No. His code name is designed to cause enemy troops to underestimate him. However, this means that they get no credit when they succeed, and everyone denies all knowledge of them when they fail. Joe Team. Ghostrider is the G.I. He does not appear in that episode. His determination to be "where the action is" brought him to the attention of G.I. Joe series from Devil's Due. Scoop earns the respect of the other Joe soldiers. A running gag throughout the Marvel G.I. This is because while their new Joes had their transit orders, their top-secret clearances simply had not caught up to them yet. [220], Sparks is the G.I. Joe Team's wilderness survival specialist, and was released as an action figure in 2000. [40] Sidetrack was then used as the code name of John Boyce in 2002. His real name is Eric U. Scott, and his rank is that of corporal E-4. His real name is Alexander P. Russo, and he was first released as an action figure in 1988. He is noted for hating cold weather. Joe series, when his neck is snapped by Serpentor during a battle with The Coil.[74]. They are taken into battle swiftly and defeat an Iron Grenadier plot to steal valuable weapons, mainly by killing every adversary involved. He also develops a grudge against the Cobra operative Firefly, because he is angry that the man would use martial arts for evil purposes. [249] He is fighting Cobra soldiers in his home city of Istanbul. Joe team.[194]. In the Marvel Comics G.I. Effects is the G.I. Joe team by Duke. In the DiC G.I. The Screaming Eagles pilot featured appearances by characters from the A Real American Hero series (namely Hawk, Doc, Lady Jaye, and Cobra Commander) in supporting roles, but its primary focus was on new heroes and villains. Joe Team, and a former professional wrestler. [134] He was released again in 1993, as part of a mail-in special called "Terrifying Lasers of Destruction". Windchill was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The same issue reveals details of his friendship with fellow Joe Dusty. Part 5), Tempo Video (MSD Video, Tempo Super Video Then: Tempo Kids Club) (1987–1992), This page was last edited on 4 January 2021, at 20:28. It came to the point where he was teaching everyone including the instructors what jungle survival is all about. He is one of many Joes called up to fight against the personal army created by Serpentor.[156]. In the Marvel Comics G.I. In contrast to the comics (in which non-toyline characters such as G.I. [177], Red Dog's primary military specialty is infantry. The G.I. The combination of his uncanny depth perception, precise hand/eye coordination, and powerful throwing arm got him permanently forbidden from every county fair and carnival in Alabama for winning too many stuffed bears. Joe Team's Defiant pilot. After joining the Army, he helps develop stealth-gliders for troop-insertion and recon. His real name is Guillermo "Willie" Suarez, and his rank is that of Staff Sergeant E-6. Prior to his military career, he used to drive semi trucks, before his aggressive driving style got him into trouble. Joe - New DVDs of Joe Cartoons Coming, But Only As Toy Pack-Ins", "New Info On All 5 G.I.Joe DVD Battle Sets Revealed", "G.I.Joe "Best Of 80's Episodes" DVD Entertainment Pack", "G.I. 82 as part of a training class of potential G.I.Joe recruits. The trio's actual entry to the current Joe base, with the Mean Dog and the vehicle Desert Fox, is marred by the discovery that a Cobra agent had snuck in with them. [3][245], Super Trooper is the code name of Paul Latimer. 105. His real name is Cory R. Owens, and his rank is that of corporal E-4. His real name is Owen King, and his rank is that of sergeant E-5. Joe: A Real American Hero » G.I. As Back-Stop was not allowed to see the Defiant, Leatherneck moves the vehicles. The land mass eventually sinks on its own. Ice Cream Soldier was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and was first released as an action figure in 1994, as part of the "Battle Corps" line. [40] He is a cold weather strategist for the G.I. Joe video game created for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Joe Team's Raider driver. He is not informed of the top-secret aspects of the Joe team right away, such as the underground complex and the space shuttle, the USS Defiant. Allontaeharve. [203] In the Devil's Due G.I. [239] Stretcher is one of the many Joes to take part in a confrontation against Cobra forces in Benzheen. Joe Team took an interest in him when he was "a little too enthusiastic for the FBI. [56] Years later he appears on the cover to the Devil's Due series America's Elite No. He is seen transporting several Joes to the American town of Springfield, which was a Cobra stronghold. His real name is Leonard J. Lee III, and he was first released as an action figure in 2000. Joe Team's jungle assault specialist. Joe series, he first appeared in issue No. [4], Red Dog is a member of the G.I. Slaughter's Renegades sub team on the spot. However, they did not share the same continuity and as a result, they differed significantly in terms of how the characters were written and the direction the stories took (particularly regarding the nature of Cobra Commander's true identity). Joe Team. He was a flight instructor at the Army Flight Warrant Officers School at Fort Rucker, later flying experimental helicopter prototypes at that facility for the Army Aviation Department Test Activity. Joe Team's fastest and most reliable recon driver. Kids & Family. Joe series. [63] As a teenager, he designed and built his own working prototype gliders. [78] He also witnesses Iron Grenadier pilots suffering aircraft malfunctions. Despite expectations, they survive the mission. He was also a consult to the Cold Regions Test center at the same base. Hi-Tech is a technological genius, and is more at home with a soldering gun than an automatic pistol. G.I. In the same issue, the pilots Slip-Stream and Ghostrider take another flight over Benzheen in a Stealth Fighter. The forearms and the calves of the figure sported places where blocks could be attached. [18], In 2008, Hasbro reacquired the worldwide distribution rights to the Sunbow library which includes G.I. [98], Later, Ghostrider and Slip-Stream, working off the USS Flagg, run a recon mission over the fictional country of Benzheen. He joined the Air Force to make his dream a reality, flying F-4 Phantoms over southeast Asia for three tours. G.I. His real name is David P. Lewinski, and he was born in St. Paul, Minnesota. Dr. Mindbender altered Rey's growth patterns and features to hide his connection to the Cobra Emperor. Joe: A Real American Hero action figures, "The Voices of G.I. [62], Clean-Sweep is the G.I. He is part of the assault team sent to Cobra Island to destroy the forces of the revived Serpentor. Joe: A Real American Hero characters. [13] His real name is Jonas S. Jeffries, and his rank is that of Major, USAF O-4. Joe Team. Hardtop was born in Chicago, Illinois, and was first released as an action figure in 1987, packaged with the Defiant space vehicle launch complex. Ray Lee. Gigi Hadid et Joe Jonas se sont séparés. Joe: Sigma 6 voiced by Eric Stuart. Joe series, Skymate is one of many Joes sent to Europe to assist in worldwide outbreaks of Cobra terrorist activity.[204]. Buzz Dixon would later explain that an episode was planned to introduce Hawk's character for the Season 2 premiere, but was abandoned in favor of the "Arise, Serpentor Arise" five-parter instead. There, he is part of an advance recon team that was sent to the Middle Eastern country of Benzheen. His secondary military specialty is the driver of the "Badger" vehicle. Season 2. Joe : Héros sans frontières (G.I. [4] Stretcher also appears in issue No. The "Arise Serpentor, Arise" mini-series was later released as an edited feature-length movie on VHS and LaserDisc in 1991, making it the sole G.I. He might have qualified for a spot on the American Olympic team if Blizzard hadn't met him at the National Elimination Tournament and given him the idea of getting paid to drive fast, heavily armed snow vehicles. [59], Lightfoot's primary military specialty is demolitions, and his secondary military specialty is artillery coordinator. Joe and Cobra's race around the world to acquire the three catalytic elements which power the machine. [63] He is a U.S. Army Sergeant, and he was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey. [190] He is a supporting character in a five-issue story arc from #145 to #149 as part of the G.I. Joe series, he first appeared in issue No. 49 (July 1986). His code-name is a variation on the word nunchaku, the character's preferred weapon. He was part of a covert team of Joes sent into the fictional country of Sierra Gordo. Joe Team's flamethrower. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and animated series. 0:08. The shuttle itself, in its own transport, almost crushes the two vehicles. Joe brand of the 1960s and '70s. Joeuniverse. [179], Red Zone is the code name of Luke Ellison. Vol. His real name is Jeffrey D. Thompson, and he was born in Kirkwood, Missouri. Cloudburst appeared in the DiC G.I. His real name is John Edwards Jones, and he was born in Cambria, California. Despite their leader being badly wounded, the Joes complete the mission, killing all they came across. She then became an action figure in the 2009 edition of the toyline. This mini-series introduced the new 1986 range of toys into the story, which were at the center of most stories across the rest of the season; in particular, the mini-series debuted former WWF and then-current AWA professional wrestler Sgt. Scoop's primary military specialty is journalist, and his secondary military specialty is microwave transmission specialist. Spearhead was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and was first released as an action figure in 1988, with his pet bobcat Max. He becomes part of the "Eco-Warriors", assigned to stop environmental threats. Popular 1980s cartoon fun, but glorifies battle, toys. By the time he graduated from college at age 21, he had become quite a computer programmer, and started to develop computer viruses in his spare time. [181] He recovers and soon after is involved in a fight with Cobra and Dreadnok forces on the Atlantic City Freeway. Joe Team's pathfinder, and he was first released as an action figure in 2002. Keel-Haul's primary military specialty is command, and his secondary military specialty is piloting. 24. Joe Action Figure – YoJoe Archive", "EXCLUSIVE: Character Details About The G.I. Joe Team's Persuader tank driver. When Hawk was reintroduced to the toyline with a new action figure in 1986, the character was suddenly part of the team in Season 2 as Duke's superior and the head of G.I. Bullhorn is the G.I. Thunder made his debut in the Sunbow/Marvel G.I. Joe Team's Arctic Blast vehicle Driver. [11] However, the company never got around to producing a third season, because it ended up losing its license to the competing animation company DiC during pre-production. He is the G.I. Joe: Spy Troops, voiced by Ward Perry. His real name is Elwood G. Indiana, and he was born in Lawrence, Kansas. [123], Keel-Haul will be appearing in G.I. Muskrat's primary military specialty is infantry, and his secondary military specialty is social services. Chuck McCann Leatherneck ... G.I. Joe Team. While the mission succeeds, the Stealth Fighter is a complete loss. According to his file card, his personality is grating, but tolerable. Sci-Fi was born in Geraldine, Montana. [50] He was released in 1993 with the Battle Corps line. Joe team's self-propelled gun artilleryman, and debuted in 1984. Rampart spent his time mastering all video games he had access to, at home and the arcade. [16] The figure was repainted and released as part of the Battle Corps line in 1993. Joe series, he first appeared in issue No. - Part 5, Promo: Action Force, The Transformers, Robotix, Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines, Action Force - Where the Reptiles Roam, Inhumanoids - Negative Polarity, The Transformers - Starscream's Brigade, Synthoid Conspiracy – Part 1, Synthoid Conspiracy – Part 2, Grey Hairs and Growing Pains, Into Your Tent I Will Silently, There's No Place Like Springfield – Part 1, There's No Place Like Springfield – Part 2, The Spy Who Rooked Me, The Most Dangerous Thing in the World, Once Upon a Joe, The Transformers - Ghost in the Machine, Action Force - My Favorite Things, COPS - The Case of COPS File #1 - Part 1, Milton James - Zandar (Arise, Serpentor, Arise! He was born in Dayton, Ohio, and was first released as a mail-in figure in 1988. 118, as being part of a mission involving Chuckles and the Air Commandos, but not seen. The same organization is also revealed to have had a hand in the creation of Serpentor, as the dream that inspired Doctor Mindbender to create him is revealed to be a subconscious suggestion that was implanted into his mind by one of Golobulus' bugs called the Psychic Motivator. Slaughter's Renegades. Joe forces are in trouble on land, Payload goes against plan and pilots the Defiant back to Earth. [25], Animated television series and films in mid-1980s tied in to. [44] The figure was repainted and released as part of the Night Force line in 1989, packaged with Shockwave. Joe Team. Dogfight's primary military specialty is Mudfighter pilot, and his secondary military specialty is electronics technician. He receives exotic weapons training in the 'Special Air Services', which only complemented his already extensive knowledge of the subject. His real name is Owen King, and his rank is that of sergeant E-5. [3], Skymate is the G.I. Joe series, he first appeared in issue No. Stretcher is one of many staffing an isolated military outpost. [176], In the Devil's Due G.I. Pathfinder's father was a Korean War veteran who taught him the finer points of military reconnaissance. He grew up watching the early space flights blasting off, staring at the flaming boosters through the hurricane fence. Joe: A Real American Hero characters", List of G.I. Joe cartoon voiced by Terry Klassen. With Flint, the team leader and Ozone, they confront the Cobra agent Cesspool, who was causing pollution from an abandoned oil platform.[65]. [256] but is among several Joes killed in action in issue #109. He also trained military forces in Europe for cold weather combat. They successfully rescue Shockwave, Recondo and Lt. Falcon, as well as the surviving members of the Oktober Guard. He put his hand-eye coordination to use in the Navy. Back-Stop is the G.I. [32] The figure was repainted and released in 1993 as part of the "international Action Force" mail-in offer. Sneak Peek is the G.I. [22] A second version of Back-Stop was available as an authorized exclusive figure included in the 2009 Canadian G.I. Joe convention had a limited edition box set that included a 25th Anniversary-style figure of Back-Stop. He is also a trained aircraft mechanic. As a child, Tollbooth had a love for construction sets, which he made bigger and more complex until he outgrew them all. [94] His real name is Philip A. Rey, and he emerged from seemingly nowhere, to become the field commander of the G.I. [90] Firewall was instrumental in developing a counter-program, to thwart the top-secret nano-mite technology that was stolen from the U.S. Army by Cobra.[73]. His real name is Cliff V. Mewett, and he was born in Boston, Massachusetts. In the Marvel Comics G.I. [40] Double Blast was created to replace Roadblock when Hasbro temporarily lost the trademark to his name. Blizzard was born in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (spelled "Wolfboro" on the action figure's file card), and was first released as an action figure in 1988. Directed by Dan Thompson. Joe: A Real American Hero (1989 TV series), List of G.I. In the Marvel Comics G.I. [191], Sci-Fi is a supporting character in the 1986 second season of the Marvel/Sunbow animated series and the 1989 DiC G.I. Payload is the G.I. Joe Bombstrike and Cobra Black Out. Joe - A Real American Hero: Complete Collector's Set, a 17-disc boxset featuring all 95 episodes and extensive bonus features including archival Hasbro toy commercials and a collectible 60-page book. [226] He is also a featured character in part 1 of the "Fun Publishing" official "G.I. This was produced in relation with the "Official G.I. Joe Team, as part of a temporary exchange program between American Special Forces and the British SAS. Joe, A Real American Hero … [40] He is a computer specialist from Fort Leonard Wood. [222], In the Marvel Comics G.I. Joe Team's explosives expert, and he was first released as an action figure in 1994, as part of the Star Brigade line. Backblast's primary military specialty is air defense, and his secondary military specialty is signal corps. [66], In the Marvel Comics G.I. Topside is part of the team to invade Cobra Island. [73], Daemon is killed in the Devil's Due G.I. They escape to the awaiting aircraft carrier, the USS Flagg. "[115], In the Marvel Comics G.I. Fast Draw was born in Collierville, Tennessee. He is often assigned to intelligence tasks behind the lines and behind a desk, partly due to his attention to detail. Mace is the G.I. [199], Skidmark is featured in the 1989 'Golden' G.I. His birthplace is Hartsdale, New York. [197], "Super Trooper" redirects here. [40] The G.I. He claimed that he was not running away from anything and merely "practicing." He was an avid skimobiler and hunter, and figured the biathlon would be the ultimate sport for him. [211] He also has a role in Invisibility Island. Joe team. His real name is Matthew W. Smithers, and he was born in Bismarck, North Dakota. Striker driver. His real name is Ross A. Williams, and his rank is that of corporal E-4. Joe animated series, voiced by Ian James Corlett. Depth Charge is the G.I. His real name is Daniel T. Toner, and he was born in Queenstown, Australia. Trending. His other squad-mates are Clutch and Mirage. His secondary military specialty is long range artillery officer. His secondary military specialty is intelligence. His real name is Nicholas D. Klas, and his rank is that of sergeant E-5. [267], In the Marvel Comics G.I. | Full season and episodes - free online streaming fast high quality legal movies and TV television shows Airwave was first released as an action figure in 1990, as part of the "Sky Patrol" line. Joe Team's glider trooper. He takes part in a mission that launches a Joe vehicle into orbit and then into the fictional country of Trucial Absymia. Whiteout is an arctic trooper for the G.I. The figure was repainted and released as part of the "Battle Corps" line in 1993. New day news. [29] His 1993 release was part of the Battle Corps line. Joe Special Missions. Red Dog was born in Pago Pago, Samoa, and debuted as an action figure in 1987 as part of the Sgt. Joe top brass witnessed him breaking two-by-fours on his own face as part of his circus act, they recruited him for the Sgt. JOE: Field Manual Volume 1 (GI Joe Field Manual SC) [PDF] Online. Mirage was born in Molson, Washington, and was first released as an action figure in 1993, as part of the "Mega Marines" subset. [40] He specializes in clearing mines and other devices in the water. He is noted by his teammates as being difficult to work with, though his success record makes up for it. 105. And their purpose, to protect the nation and the world from the evil fictional terrorist organization called, COBRA led by the sinister, faceless Cobra Commander. Joe: A Real American Hero on DVD in Region 1. [91] This latter release was part of the "Assault On Cobra Island" box set, which included the figures Chuckles, Hit and Run, Outback, Recondo, Wet-Suit and Zap. Joe Team's Admiral, and was first released as an action figure in 1985, as commander of the USS Flagg aircraft carrier. Back-Stop was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Tollbooth was born in Boise, Idaho, and was first released as an action figure in 1984, packaged exclusively with the Bridgelayer (Toss N Cross) as a Sears Exclusive. Joe: Valor vs. Venom, voiced by Mark Hildreth. Sparks is an essential cog in G.I. In the Marvel Comics G.I. Joe Team's Mobile Command Center operator. He was released in 2008 as an advanced vehicle specialist for the G.I. Scarlett voiced by BJ Ward and 2 others. 72 (June 1988). Joe: The Movie and in the G.I. Joe Team's "Split Fire" driver. [63] He came exclusively with the "Battle Copter" vehicle. Charbroil is the G.I. [5] Based on the toyline from Hasbro, the cartoon ran in syndication from 1983 to 1986. Joe series, he first appeared in issue No. [207] Later, he is shot and killed during the battle of Benzheen. This is part of the main-in campaign known as 'Terrifying Lasers Of Destruction'. His real name is Chuck X. Scoop appears as a non-playable character in the G.I. Joe") after the broadcast of G.I. 76, Tollbooth is part of a Joe infiltration team attacking Cobra Island defenses through the swamps.[261]. Rate This. Splash News FR. In the episode "Operation: Dragonfire", Scoop confesses that he is in fact a Cobra spy. Joe, played by himself. [155], Pathfinder appears in issue No. Joe Team. Joe team; he decides to focus on its Flight School branch. He also likes to show up at fortified Cobra positions disguised as a Cobra courier with fake retreat orders, and prefers his bare hands to weapons. Lift-Ticket was born in Lawton, Oklahoma. Crankcase first appeared in G.I. The forearms and the calves of the figure sported places where blocks could be attached. Joe series, he first appeared in issue No. In the Marvel Comics G.I. Background. A new version of Payload was released in 1993 as part of the Star Brigade line. Joe Club exclusive. His birthplace is Hollis, Queens, New York. [113], Hollow Point is a U.S. Marine sniper and the Range Officer of the G.I. Christopher Nolan film 'Tenet' released on home video streaming sites. He is listed as a reservist in Special Missions: Manhattan. Altitude", but is the same character. Joe: A Real American Hero #277 is a master of craft making a mountain out of a relative molehill, which in and of itself is an accomplishment. He is one of a team sent to Sierra Gordo. Summary Short summary describing this issue. Downtown is the G.I. He was re-released in 2003, as the G.I. He is a member of the 22nd Regiment of the British Special Air Service, on his second assignment with the G.I. The first "generation" of the toyline, simply titled "G.I. These DVD sets have since gone out of print as Rhino lost the distribution rights. G.I. Big Lob first appeared in G.I. Due to the poor box office performances of the Transformers and My Little Pony films, G.I. One particular episode in Season 1, a two-parter titled "Worlds Without End" in which the Joes are transported to an alternate universe where the Joes have been defeated by Cobra, features a scene in which three members of the Joe Team (Steeler, Grunt and Clutch) find the skeletal remains of their counterparts from that world (the second part of the episode ends with the aforementioned characters deciding to remain in the alternate universe and replace their deceased counterparts). [224], Spearhead returns for active duty when the Joe team is reformed in the Devil's Due series. His real name is Edward J. Menninger, and his rank is that of Sergeant E-5. [59] A new version of Muskrat was released in 1993 as part of the Battle Corps line. He is one of the many Joes recalled up to duty for the second Cobra civil war, this one also taking place on Cobra Island. Read G.I. In the Marvel Comics G.I. [243], Sub-Zero first appeared in G.I. [232], Steam-Roller is the G.I. He was a former hunting guide in Minnesota before joining the G.I. However, the movie encountered unexpected production delays which allowed the Transformers feature to be released first. Joe mission to the fictional land of Trucial-Abysmia. He joined the Army immediately after leaving custody of the county. [3], Scanner is the codename of Scott E. Sturgis. Joe team and experienced in polar combat mobility. He prefers to use mass quantities of conventional explosives to overwhelm enemy forces.