List of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero characters

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For the characters released in Europe as Action Force, see AF (Action Figures).

The following list (organized by faction) covers every known character in the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toy line to have received his/her own action figure. It includes the year the characters' version 1 action figure debuted, their code names and real names, function, and original rank/grade (if applicable). It does not include every edition of the character, or the codename and rank changes that occurred, and only covers the action figures releases in North America.

Relating the characters to their appearances in the various comic book series, (vol. 1) refers to the original comics series published by Marvel Comics, SM for the G.I. Joe: Special Missions spin-off (also published by Marvel), (vol. 2) for the comics series by Devil's Due Publishing and FL for the G.I. Joe: Frontline spin-off. Although the majority of characters had action figures issued prior to their first appearance in the comic books, a few exceptions (such as the Oktober Guardsmen) exist where their comic book introduction predates their action figures.[1] With IDW's revival of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, which picks up immediately following the final issue of the original Marvel Comics run at issue no. 155½, and the statement by Hasbro that "we are currently taking the brand in a direction that does not take the Devil’s Due story into account",[2] the volume 2 stories (including characters killed in action (KIA)) have been rendered non-canon.

In 2007, Hasbro marked the 25th anniversary of the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline by introducing a collection of newly sculpted 100 mm figures (as opposed to the 3¾" scale of the RAH line). These figures replaced the classic O-ring construction with a swivel chest feature, and increased the number of points of articulation beyond the standard shoulder, elbow and knees, to swivel wrists, ankles, and double-hinged knees. Since then, new figures have continued to feature the updated articulation. Since 2011, all convention and collector's club exclusives have also used the updated figure style.

G.I. Joe Team[edit]

Main article: G.I. Joe Team

A Real American Hero (1982–1994)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
1982 Breaker[3] Communications Officer Alvin R. Kibbey E-4 Army KIA (vol. 1) #109 - Died while escaping in a stolen Cobra Rage tank.
1982 Clutch[4] VAMP Driver Lance J. Steinberg E-4 Army Mega Marines Packaged with the "V.A.M.P." vehicle; also released as Double Clutch (2003)
1982 Flash[5] Laser Rifle Trooper Anthony S. Gambello E-4 Army Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #25 - Died in an explosion during the second Cobra Civil War.
1982 Grand Slam[6] Laser Artillery Soldier James J. Barney E-5 Army
1982 Grunt[7] Infantry Trooper Robert W. Graves E-4 Army
1982 Hawk[8] Missile Commander Clayton M. Abernathy O-6 Army
1982 Rock 'n Roll[9] Machine Gunner Craig S. McConnel E-5 Army Also released as Bench Press (2009)
1982 Scarlett[10] Counterintelligence Shana M. O'Hara E-5 Army Ninja Force
1982 Short-Fuze[11] Mortar Soldier Eric W. Friestadt E-4 Army
1982 Snake Eyes[12] Commando (CLASSIFIED) E-5 Army Desert Patrol Squad, Ninja Force Timber wolf included with Version 2 (1985) re-release.
1982 Stalker[13] Ranger Lonzo R. Wilkinson E-5 Army Desert Patrol Squad, Tiger Force
1982 Steeler[14] Tank Commander Ralph W. Pulaski O-1 Army Packaged with the "M.O.B.A.T." tank.
1982 Zap[15] Bazooka Soldier Rafael J. Melendez E-4 Army
1983 Ace[16] Fighter Pilot Brad J. Armbruster O-3 Air Force Packaged with the "Skystriker" fighter jet.
1983 Airborne[17] Helicopter Assault Trooper Franklin E. Talltree E-5 Army Subsequently renamed Sgt. Airborne (2003) and Air Raid (2009)
1983 Cover Girl[18] Wolverine Driver Courtney A. Krieger E-4 Army Packaged with the "Wolverine" Armored Missile Vehicle; also released as Agent Courtney Krieger (2006)
1983 Doc[19] Medic Carl W. Greer O-3 Army KIA (vol. 1) #109 - Executed by a SAW Viper.
1983 Duke[20] First Sergeant Conrad S. Hauser E-8 Army Anti-Venom Task Force, Star Brigade, Tiger Force
1983 Gung-Ho[21] Marine Ettienne R. LaFitte E-7 Marine Corps Desert Patrol Squad, Mega Marines
1983 Snow Job[22] Arctic Trooper Harlan W. Moore E-6 Army
1983 Torpedo[23] SEAL Edward W. Leialoha W-4 Navy
1983 Tripwire[24] Mine Detector Tormod S. Skoog E-4 (Specialist) Army Tiger Force
1983 Wild Bill[25] Helicopter Pilot William S. Hardy W-4 Army Packaged with the "Dragonfly XH-1" helicopter.
1984 Blowtorch[26] Flamethrower Timothy P. Hanrahan E-4 Army
1984 Cutter[27] Hovercraft Pilot Skip A. Stone O-2 Coast Guard D.E.F. Packaged with the "Killer W.H.A.L.E." hovercraft.
1984 Deep Six[28] S.H.A.R.C. Diver Malcolm R. Willoughby E-5 Navy Packaged with the "S.H.A.R.C." submarine.
1984 Mutt and Junkyard[29] Dog Handler Stanley R. Perlmutter E-4 (Specialist) Army Anti-Venom Task Force, D.E.F., Slaughter's Marauders Junkyard is Mutt's dog.
1984 Recondo[30] Jungle Trooper Daniel M. LeClaire E-4 Army Tiger Force
1984 Ripcord[31] HALO Jumper Wallace A. Weems E-4 Army
1984 Roadblock[32] Heavy Machine Gunner Marvin F. Hinton E-4 Army Anti-Venom Task Force, Star Brigade, Tiger Force Roadblock is Heavy Duty's cousin.
1984 Spirit and Freedom[33] Tracker Charlie Iron-Knife E-4 Army Slaughter's Marauders Freedom is Spirit's eagle.
1984 Thunder[34] Self-Propelled Gun Artilleryman Matthew H. Breckinridge E-5 Army Packaged with the "Slugger" self-propelled cannon.
KIA (vol. 1) #109 - Executed by a SAW Viper.
1985 Airtight[35] Hostile Environment Kurt Schnurr E-4 Army
1985 Alpine[36] Mountain Trooper Albert M. Pine E-4 Army
1985 Barbecue[37] Firefighter Gabriel A. Kelly E-4 Army Slaughter's Marauders
1985 Bazooka[38] Missile Specialist David L. Katzenbogen E-5 Army Tiger Force
1985 Crankcase[39] A.W.E. Striker Driver Elwood G. Indiana E-4 Army Packaged with the "A.W.E. Striker" vehicle.
KIA (vol. 1) #109 - Executed by a SAW Viper.
1985 Dusty[40] Desert Trooper Ronald W. Tadur E-4 Army Desert Patrol Squad, Tiger Force
1985 Flint[41] Warrant Officer Dashiell R. Faireborn W-3 Army Eco-Warriors, Tiger Force
1985 Footloose[42] Infantry Trooper Andrew D. Meyers E-4 Army Slaughter's Marauders
1985 Frostbite[43] Snow Cat Driver Farley S. Seward E-4 Army Tiger Force Packaged with the "Snow Cat" vehicle.
1985 Heavy Metal[44] Mauler M.B.T. Driver Sherman R. Guderian E-4 Army Packaged with the "Mauler M.B.T." tank.
KIA (vol. 1) #109 - Executed by a SAW Viper.
1985 Keel-Haul[45] Admiral Everett P. Colby O-9 Navy USS Flagg commander; packaged with the "U.S.S. Flagg" aircraft carrier playset.
1985 Lady Jaye[46] Covert Operations Alison R. Hart-Burnett E-4 Army Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #42 - Stabbed by Red Shadows agent Dela Eden.
1985 Quick Kick[47] Silent Weapons MacArthur S. Ito E-4 Army KIA (vol. 1) #109 - Died while escaping in a stolen Cobra Rage tank.
1985 Sgt. Slaughter[48] Drill Instructor Classified Top Secret E-7 Marine Corps Slaughter's Marauders Figure available by mail-in; inspired by professional wrestler Sgt. Slaughter.
1985 Shipwreck and Polly[49] Sailor Hector X. Delgado E-7 Navy Polly is Shipwreck's parrot.
1985 Tollbooth[50] Bridge Layer Driver Chuck X. (for nothing) Goren E-5 Army Packaged with the "Toss 'n Cross" bridgelayer vehicle.
1986 Beach Head[51] Ranger Wayne R. Sneeden E-6 Army
1986 Claymore[52] Covert operations John Zullo O-3 Army TRU Exclusive
1986 Cross-Country[53] H.A.V.O.C. Driver Robert M. Blais E-5 Army Packaged with the "H.A.V.O.C." vehicle.
1986 Dial Tone[54] Communications Jack S. Morelli E-4 Army Tiger Force
1986 The Fridge[55] Physical training instructor William Perry E-5 Army Figure available by mail-in; inspired by football player William Perry.
1986 Iceberg[56] Snow Trooper Clifton L. Nash E-5 Army
1986 Leatherneck[57] Marine Wendell A. Metzger E-7 Marine Corps
1986 Lifeline[58] Rescue Trooper Edwin C. Steen E-5 Army Tiger Force First of two characters code named Lifeline.
1986 Lift-Ticket[59] Tomahawk Pilot Victor W. Sikorski W-2 Army Packaged with the "Tomahawk" helicopter.
1986 Low-Light[60] Night Spotter Cooper G. MacBride E-6 Army Slaughter's Marauders
1986 Mainframe[61] Computer Specialist Blaine L. Parker E-5 Marine Corps Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #25 - Died in an explosion during the second Cobra Civil War.
1986 Sci-Fi[62] Laser Trooper Seymour P. Fine E-4 Army Star Brigade
1986 Slip-Stream[63] Conquest X-30 Pilot Gregory B. Boyajian O-2 Air Force Packaged with the "Conquest X-30" fighter jet.
1986 Wet Suit[64] SEAL Brian M. Forrest E-5 Navy
1987 Avalanche Dominator Driver Ian M. Costello E-5 Army Battleforce 2000 KIA (vol. 1) #113 - Died while maneuvering through an oil field when it was bombed by Cobra Commander.
1987 Back-Stop Persuader Driver Robert A. Levin N/A Army Packaged with the "Persuader" vehicle. One of two Joes without a rank/pay grade (the other being Storm Shadow).
1987 Blaster Vindicator hovercraft Pilot Brian R. Davis E-5 Army Battleforce 2000 KIA (vol. 1) #113 - Died while maneuvering through an oil field when it was bombed by Cobra Commander.
1987 Blocker Eliminator Driver David B. McCarthy E-5 Army Battleforce 2000 KIA (vol. 1) #113 - Died while maneuvering through an oil field when it was bombed by Cobra Commander.
1987 Chuckles Undercover Philip M. Provost E-5 Army Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #25 - Killed by The Coil general Overlord.
1987 Crazylegs Assault Trooper David O. Thomas E-4 Army Night Force KIA (vol. 1) #109 - Died while escaping in a stolen Cobra Rage tank.
1987 Dodger Marauder Driver Richard Renwick E-7 Army Battleforce 2000
1987 Fast Draw Mobile Missile Specialist Eliot Brown E-4 Army
1987 Hardtop Crawler Driver Nicholas D. Klas E-5 Army Packaged with the "Defiant" space shuttle playset.
1987 Jinx Ninja/Intelligence Kimi Arashikage E-5 Army Tiger Force Cousin of Storm Shadow.
IDW Continuity: KIA by Chuckles to protect his own undercover status in "Cobra" issue #3 (2009).
1987 Knockdown Sky Sweeper Driver Blaine M. Gonsalves E-5 Army Battleforce 2000 KIA (vol. 1) #113 - Died while maneuvering through an oil field when it was bombed by Cobra Commander.
1987 Law & Order M.P. and K-9 Christopher M. Lavigne E-4 Army Order is Law's dog.
1987 Lt. Falcon Green Beret Vincent R. Falcone O-2 Army Night Force
1987 Maverick Vector Pilot Thomas P. Kiley O-3 Air Force Battleforce 2000 KIA (vol. 1) #113 - Died while maneuvering through an oil field when it was bombed by Cobra Commander.
1987 Mercer Renegade/Mercenary Felix P. Stratton E-5 (Equivalent) Army Renegades
1987 Outback Survivalist Stuart R. Selkirk E-5 Army Night Force
1987 Payload Defiant Pilot Mark Morgan, Jr. O-6 Air Force Star Brigade Packaged with the "Defiant" space shuttle playset.
1987 Psyche-Out Deceptive Warfare Kenneth D. Rich O-2 Army Night Force
1987 Red Dog Renegade David Taputapu E-5 (Equivalent) Army Renegades
1987 Rumbler R/C Crossfire Driver Earl-Bob Swilley E-4 Army Packaged with the "Crossfire" 4WD vehicle.
1987 Sneak Peek Advanced Recon Owen King E-5 Army Night Force Believed KIA (vol. 1) #113 - Shot and believed killed during the battle of Benzheen. Later revealed that he survived, recovered, and was sent on a secret undercover mission.
1987 Starduster[65] Jetpack Trooper Edward J. Skylar E-5 Army Figure available by mail-in; also released in 2008 as Skyduster. Later becomes commander of Comandos Heroicos.
1987 Steam Roller Mobile Command Center Operator Averill B. Whitcomb E-5 Army Packaged with the "Mobile Command Center".
1987 Taurus Renegade Varujan Ayvazyan E-5 (Equivalent) Army Renegades
1987 Tunnel Rat E.O.D. Nicky Lee E-5 Army Desert Patrol Squad, Night Force
1988 Armadillo Rolling Thunder Driver Philo R. Makepeace E-7 Army Packaged with the "Rolling Thunder" vehicle.
1988 Blizzard Arctic Attack Soldier Gregory M. Natale E-7 Army
1988 Budo Samurai Warrior Kyle A. Jesso E-5 Army
1988 Charbroil Flamethrower Carl G. Shannon E-4 Army Anti-Venom Task Force, Night Force
1988 Ghostrider Phantom X-19 Stealth Fighter Pilot Jonas S. Jeffries O-4 Air Force Packaged with the "Phantom X-19" stealth fighter.
1988 Hardball Multi-Shot Grenadier Wilmer S. Duggleby E-4 Army Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #38 - Killed by Red Shadows assassins in Brazil.
1988 Hit & Run Light Infantryman Brent Scott E-4 Army
1988 Lightfoot Explosives Expert Cory R. Owens E-4 Army Night Force
1988 Muskrat Swamp Fighter Ross A. Williams E-4 Army Night Force
1988 Repeater Steadi-Cam Machine Gunner Jeffrey R. Therien E-6 Army Night Force
1988 Shockwave S.W.A.T. Specialist Jason A. Faria E-4 Army D.E.F., Night Force Subsequently renamed Shockblast (2008)
1988 Skidmark Desert Fox 6WD Driver Cyril Colombani E-4 Army Packaged with the "Desert Fox" vehicle.
Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #25 - Died when his vehicle exploded during the second Cobra Civil War.
1988 Skystriker Tiger Rat Pilot Alexander P. Russo O-5 Air Force Tiger Force Packaged with the "Tiger Rat" fighter plane.
1988 Spearhead and Max Pointman Peter R. Millman E-4 Army Night Force Max is Spearhead's bobcat.
1988 Storm Shadow Ninja/Intelligence Thomas S. Arashikage N/A Army Ninja Force This marks his first appearance as a member of the G.I. Joe team.
1988 Super Trooper Infantry Trooper Paul Latimer O-2 Army Figure available by mail-in.
1988 Wildcard Mean Dog Driver Eric U. Scott E-4 Army Packaged with the "Mean Dog" vehicle.
1988 Windmill Skystorm X-Wing Chopper Pilot Edward J. Roth O-3 Army Packaged with the "Skystorm" helicopter.
1989 Backblast Anti-Aircraft Soldier Edward J. Menninger E-5 Army
1989 Countdown Astronaut David D. Dubosky O-3 Air Force Star Brigade
1989 Dee-Jay Comm-tech Trooper Thomas R. Rossi III E-4 (Specialist) Army Battleforce 2000 KIA (vol. 1) #113 - Died while maneuvering through an oil field when it was bombed by Cobra Commander.
1989 Dogfight Mudfighter Pilot James R. King O-2 Air Force Packaged with the "Mudfighter" bomber.
1989 Downtown Mortar Man Thomas P. Riley E-4 Army
1989 Hot Seat Raider Driver Michael A. Provost E-7 Army Packaged with the "Raider" vehicle.
1989 Long Range Thunderclap Driver Karl W. Fritz E-7 Army Packaged with the "Thunderclap" vehicle. Another Long Range action figure was released in 2005, as part of the 4" G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 toyline.
1989 Recoil LRRP (Long Range Recon Patrol) Joseph Felton E-5 Army
1989 Scoop Information Specialist Leonard Michaels E-4 Army
1989 Windchill Arctic Blast Driver Jim Steel E-6 Army Packaged with the "Arctic Blast" vehicle.
1990 Airborne Parachute assembler Robert M. Six E-7 Army Sky Patrol Second character code named Airborne.
1990 Airwave Audible Frequency Specialist Cliff V. Mewett E-8 Army Sky Patrol Airwave's real name is listed as Cliff V. Mewett. The same name was used a few years later for Colonel Courage, though the character is African-American and born in a different city.
1990 Altitude Recon Scout John-Edward O. Jones E-9 Army Sky Patrol
1990 Ambush Concealment Specialist Aaron McMahon E-3 Army Desert Patrol Squad
1990 Bullhorn Intervention Specialist Stephen A. Ferreira E-5 Marine Corps
1990 Capt. Grid-Iron Hand-to-hand combat Specialist Terrence Lydon O-3 Army
1990 Cold Front Avalanche Driver Charles Donahue E-7 Army Packaged with the "Avalanche" vehicle.
1990 Drop Zone Weapons Specialist Samuel C. Delisi E-8 Army Sky Patrol
1990 Freefall Paratrooper Philip W. Arndt E-5 Army
1990 Major Storm General mobile headquarters commander Robert G. Swanson O-4 Army
1990 Pathfinder Jungle Assault Specialist William V. Iannotti E-6 Army
1990 Rampart Shoreline defender Dwayne A. Felix E-4 Navy Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #38 - Killed by Red Shadows assassins in Brazil.
1990 Rapid Fire Fast attack expert Robbie London O-3 Army
1990 Salvo Anti-armor Trooper David K. Hasle E-7 Army
1990 Skydive Sky Patrol leader Lynton N. Felix E-8 Army Sky Patrol
1990 Static Line Demolitions expert Wallace J. Badducci E-7 Army Sky Patrol
1990 Stretcher Medical Specialist Thomas J. Larivee E-5 Army
1990 Sub-Zero Winter Operations Specialist Mark Habershaw O-2 Army
1990 Topside Navy assault Trooper John Blanchet E-6 Navy
1990 Updraft Retaliator Pilot Matthew W. Smithers O-3 Army Packaged with the "Retaliator" helicopter.
1991 Big Ben SAS Fighter David J. Bennett E-7 (Equivalent) Army (British)
1991 Clean-Sweep Anti-toxin Trooper Daniel W. Price E-4 Army Eco-Warriors
1991 Cloudburst Glider Trooper Chuck Ram E-4 Army Air Commandos
1991 Heavy Duty Heavy ordnance Trooper Lamont A. Morris E-5 Army Heavy Duty is Roadblock's cousin.
1991 Major Altitude Battle Copter Pilot Robert D. Owens W-2 Army Battle Copters
1991 Ozone Ozone Replenisher Trooper David F. Kunitz E-4 Army Eco-Warriors, Star Brigade
1991 Skymate Glider Trooper Daniel T. Toner E-5 (Equivalent) Army (Australian) Air Commandos
1991 Tracker SEAL Christopher R. Groen E-7 Navy Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #37 - Killed by Red Shadows assassins in Fiji. (KIA Status unclear; the character was also called "Action Man" leaving the question unanswered after the publishing cancellation.)
1992 Barricade Bunker buster Philip M. Holsinger E-5 Army Anti-Venom Task Force
1992 Bullet-Proof Drug Elimination Force leader/Urban commander Earl S. Morris O-4 Army D.E.F.
1992 Dojo Silent weapons ninja Michael P. Russo E-8 Army Ninja Force
1992 General Flagg G.I. Joe General James Longstreet Flagg III O-7 Army Although the first General Flagg action figure to be released, he is actually the son of the original leader of the G.I. Joe Team (as seen in (vol. 1) issues 1-19).
1992 Nunchuk Nunchaku ninja Ralph Badducci E-5 Army Ninja Force
1992 T'Jbang Ninja swordsman Sam LaQuale E-7 Army Ninja Force
1993 Banzai Rising Sun ninja Robert J. Travaano E-4 Army Ninja Force
1993 Blast-Off Flame thrower Jeffery D. Thompson E-4 Marine Corps Mega Marines
1993 Bushido Snow ninja Lloyd S. Goldfine E-5 Army Ninja Force
1993 Colonel Courage Strategic commander Cliff V. Mewett O-6 Army
1993 Long Arm First strike Specialist Thomas P. Mangiaratti E-4 Army
1993 Mace Undercover operative Thomas S. Bowman E-8 Marine Corps
1993 Mirage Bio-artillery expert/Weapons expert Joseph R. Balkun E-6 Marine Corps Mega Marines
1993 Robo-Joe Jet-tech operations expert Greg D. Scott E-3 Army Star Brigade Robo-Joe's real name is listed as Greg Scott, the same name used for Lifeline's v5 and v6 file cards.
1993 Snow Storm High-tech Snow Trooper Guillermo "Willie" Suarez E-6 Army
1993 T'gin-Zu Pile Driver operator Joseph R. Rainone E-4 Army Ninja Force
1994 Effects Explosives expert Aron Beck E-6 Army Star Brigade
1994 G.I. Joe N/A Joseph B. Colton O-10 Army 30th Anniversary The original G.I. Joe, given his first figure in the A Real American Hero line to celebrate thirty years of the series. His filecard lists both his 1964 (O-2) and present day details.
1994 Gears Invention technician Joseph A. Morrone O-3 Army Star Brigade
1994 Ice Cream Soldier Flamethrower commando Tom-Henry Ragan E-5 Army
1994 Space Shot Combat freighter Pilot George A. Roberts E-4 Air Force Star Brigade


Stars & Stripes Forever – TRU Exclusives (1997–1998)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
1998 Thunderwing Tank Commander Spencer D. Crecelius O-1 Army


A Real American Hero Collection (2000–2002)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2000 Chameleon Cobra intelligence officer (Classified) N/A N/A She is the illegitimate half-sister of the Baroness, and has taken on her identity as a spy for the G.I. Joe team.
2000 Sidetrack Survival Specialist Sean C. McLaughlin E-6 Army First of two characters code named Sidetrack.
2000 Whiteout Arctic Trooper Leonard J. Lee III E-6 Army
2001 Big Brawler Jungle Mission Specialist Brian K. Mulholland E-8 Army Tiger Force
2001 Crossfire Army machine gunner Bill White E-7 Army
2001 Double Blast Army machine gunner Charles Griffith E-8 Army
2001 Sure Fire Military police David S. Lane O-5 Army
2001 Wet Down SEAL Daniel R. Alexander W-5 Navy
2002 Dart Pathfinder Jimmy Tall Elk E-6 Army
2002 Lifeline Rescue Trooper Greg Scott E-5 Army Anti-Venom Task Force Second character code named Lifeline.
2002 Sideswipe Medical Specialist Andrew Frankel E-5 Army
2002 Sidetrack Ranger John Boyce E-7 Army Second character code named Sidetrack.


G.I. Joe vs Cobra (2002–2005)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2002 G.I. Joe Reservist Reservist N/A N/A Army Figure available by mail-in.
2003 Agent Faces Infiltrator Michelino J. Paolino E-4 Army
2003 Barrel Roll High altitude sniper Dwight E. Stall E-4 Army Barrel Roll is the brother of both G.I. Joe Bombstrike and Cobra Black Out.
2003 Cross Hair Infiltrator/sniper Don G. Fardie E-4 Army
2003 Depth Charge Underwater demolitions Nick H. Langdon E-5 Navy
2003 Hollow Point Range Officer Max W. Corey E-6 Marine Corps Built-To-Rule line
2003 Kamakura Ninja Sean Broca/Sean Collins E-5 Army
2003 Rampage Split Fire Driver Walter A. McDaniel E-6 Army
2003 Red Spot Laser Trooper Michael P. Ritchie E-4 Army
2003 Sgt. Hacker Information retrieval Jessie H. Jordon E-5 Army
2003 Switch Gears Tank Driver Jerome T. Jivoin E-5 Army
2003 Wide Scope Special weapons and tactical Larry M. Kranseler E-5 Army
2003 Wreckage Demolitions Specialist Dillon L. Moreno E-4 Army Tiger Force TRU Exclusive
2004 Action Man International Super Agent (Classified) N/A N/A TRU Exclusive. Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #37 - Killed by Red Shadows assassins in Fiji. (KIA Status unclear, the character was also called "Tracker" leaving the question unanswered after the publishing cancelation.)
2004 Dr. Link Talbot Combat Veterinarian Lincoln B. Talbot E-4 Navy
2004 General Flagg[66] G.I. Joe General Lawrence J. Flagg O-7 Army KIA (vol. 1) #19. The original leader of the G.I. Joe Team.
2004 Hard Drive Battlefield Computer Specialist Martin A. Pidel E-4 Army
2004 Hi-Tech Operations Support Specialist David P. Lewinski E-4 Army
2004 Rollbar Humvee Driver Robert D. Dubé E-4 Army
2004 Tracker Kwinn Mercenary Jesse Kwinn N/A N/A
2005 Bombstrike Forward Air Controller Alyssa Renee Stall E-4 Air Force Bombstrike is the sister of both G.I. Joe Barrel Roll and Cobra Black Out.
2005 Cannonball RHINO Driver John Warden E-4 Army
2005 Major Barrage Artillery commander David Vennemeyer O-4 Army
2005 Tiger Claw Ninja apprentice Chad M. Johnson E-4 Army


Direct to Consumer (DTC) (2005–2006)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2006 Checkpoint Steel Brigade Security Jared Wade E-4 Army Steel Brigade DTC/TRU Exclusive (Plague Troopers vs Steel Brigade)
2006 G.I. Jane Physicist Jane Ann Martelle E-5 Army DTC Exclusive (Viper Lockdown)
2006 Red Zone Steel Brigade Urban Assault Luke Ellison E-4 Army Steel Brigade
2006 Med Alert Medic Kirk Bacus E-4 Army
2006 Rook Steel Brigade Interrogator Andy Lombardi E-4 Army Steel Brigade DTC/TRU Exclusive (Plague Troopers vs Steel Brigade)


25th Anniversary (2007–2009)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2008 G.I. Joe Trooper Infantry Trooper (Various) (Various) (Various) TRU Exclusive (Firefly Versus G.I. Joe Troopers)
2008 Hard Master Arashikage Leader N/A N/A N/A
2008 Specialist Trakker Advanced Vehicle Specialist Matt Trakker N/A N/A Mobile Armored Strike Kommand Leader of M.A.S.K., a toyline from Kenner originally unrelated to G.I. Joe.


Rise of Cobra (2009)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2009 Agent Helix Covert Operations CLASSIFIED E-4 Army Original character from Double Helix's "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" video game, hence her code name.
2009 Dialtone[67] Communications Jill S. Morelli E-4 (Specialist) Army TRU Exclusive, sister of the original Dial Tone.
2009 G.I. Joe Pit Commando Covert Military Force Various E-4 (Specialist) Army
2009 G.I. Joe Pit Trooper Covert Military Force Various E-4 Army TRU Exclusive, part of the "Attack on the G.I. Joe Pit Headquarters" set
2009 Ice Storm Cold-Water Marine Combat & Survival Specialist Nolan A. MacPhee E-5 Army Ross Exclusive; Packaged with "Polar Sharc Submarine"
2009 Sgt. Stone Special Forces Commando Geoffrey Stone IV E-5 Army


Pursuit of Cobra (2010-2011)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2010 Kickstart Steel Marauder Pilot Joseph A. Rivera E-5 Army Packaged with the "Steel Marauder" Mobile Mech Suit.
2010 Night Fox Special Combat and Operations Expert Armando M. Ortiz E-5 Navy Packaged with the "A.W.E. Striker".
2010 Sandstorm Military Police Joseph M. Benjamin E-4 (Specialist) Army Target Exclusive; packaged with the "RAM Cycle".
2010 Tomahawk Pilot William P. Folger O-2 Air Force Packaged with the "Ghost H.A.W.K."


30th Anniversary (2011-2012)[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2011 Steel Brigade Delta[68] Combat Vehicle Driver N/A E-4 (Specialist) Army Packaged with the "V.A.M.P. Mk II"


Convention Exclusives[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2005 Steel Brigade Commander G. I. JOE Security Force Leader (Classified) N/A N/A Steel Brigade Convention Exclusive
2005 Steel Brigade Paratrooper G. I. JOE Security Force (Various) (Various) (Various) Steel Brigade Convention Exclusive
2007 Sparks Communications Expert Alessandro D. Verdi E-5 Army Convention Exclusive
2007 G.I. Joe Doc[69] Medical Doctor Carla P. Greer O-3 Army Convention Exclusive; G.I. Joe Doc is the niece of the original "Doc" (1983)
2009 Blades S.A.F. Helicopter Pilot Herbert J. Rotweiler W-2 Army Special Action Force Convention Exclusive
2009 Sgt. Manleh Jet Pack Trooper Jason Kavanagh E-5 (Equivalent) Army (Argentine) Comandos Heroicos Convention Exclusive
2009 Sgt. Redmack Mountain Trooper Reginald Cobb E-5 Army Comandos Heroicos Convention Exclusive
2009 Sgt. Shimik Commando Jerome Ford E-8 (Equivalent) Army (Argentine) Comandos Heroicos Convention Exclusive
2009 Sgt. Topson Communications Frank Barbieri E-6 (Equivalent) Army (Argentine) Comandos Heroicos Convention Exclusive
2010 Agent Natalie Poole S.A.F. Covert Operations Natalie Poole E-7 (Equivalent) MI-6 Special Action Force Convention Exclusive
2010 Gaucho[70] Z Force Mechanic Rico Gonzalles E-6 (Equivalent) Army (Mexican) Special Action Force / Z Force Convention Exclusive
2010 Jammer[71] Z Force Communications Calvin Mondale E-7 (Equivalent) Army (British) Special Action Force / Z Force Convention Exclusive; Jammer is an American ex-pat
2010 Lt. Dolphin[72] Q Force Commander Gareth Morgan O-1 (Equivalent) Navy (British) Special Action Force / Q Force Convention Exclusive
2011 Sparta[73] G.I. Joe Secret Agent Brigid Cortez N/A N/A Mission Brazil II Convention Exclusive
2013 Freestyle Night Force Fighter Pilot Jocelyn De La Vega O-3 Air Force Night Force Convention Exclusive


G.I. Joe Collector's Club Exclusives[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Sub-team Notes
2010 Big Lob G.I. Joe Reservist Bradley J. Sanders E-4 (Specialist) Army G.I. Joe Collector's Club Exclusive
2013 Quarrel Undercover Operations Hedda Polver E-6 (equivalent) Army (Switzerland) Z Force G.I. Joe Collector's Club Exclusive
2013 Theodore M. Thomas Bomb Disposal Expert Theodore M. Thomas E-6 (equivalent) Army (Argentine) Comandos Heroicos G.I. Joe Collector's Club Exclusive


Cobra Command[edit]

Main article: Cobra Command
Year Code Name Function Real Name Notes
1982 Cobra Commander Enemy Leader Classified Hooded version of figure available in 1984 by mail-in.
1982 The Enemy Cobra Officer Unknown Generic officer action figure
1982 The Enemy Cobra (Soldier) Unknown Generic soldier action figure
1983 Major Bludd Mercenary Sebastian Bludd
1983 The Enemy Cobra H.I.S.S. Driver Unknown Packaged with the Cobra "H.I.S.S." vehicle.
1983 The Enemy Viper Pilot Unknown Packaged with the Cobra "Viper Glider".
1984 Baroness Cobra Intelligence Officer Unknown (Alias: Anastasia DeCobray)
1984 Copperhead Water Moccasin Driver Classified Packaged with the Cobra "Water Moccasin" vehicle.
1984 Firefly Cobra Saboteur Classified
1984 Scrap-Iron Cobra Anti-Armor Specialist Classified
1984 Storm Shadow Cobra Ninja Thomas Arashikage Has worked for Cobra and G.I. Joe.
1984 The Enemy Cobra Stinger Driver Unknown Packaged with the Cobra "Stinger" vehicle.
1984 Wild Weasel Rattler Pilot Classified Packaged with the Cobra "Rattler" fighter plane.
1985 Crimson Guard Cobra Elite Trooper Top Secret
1985 Eels Cobra Frogman Classified
1985 Lamprey Cobra Hydrofoil Pilot Unknown Packaged with the Cobra "Moray" hydrofoil.
1985 Snow Serpent Cobra Polar Assault Classified
1985 Tele-Vipers Cobra Communications Classified
1985 Tomax and Xamot Crimson Guard Commanders Classified
1986 A.V.A.C. Cobra Terror Drome Firebat Pilot Various Air-Viper, Advanced Class; packaged with the Cobra "Terror Drome" playset.
1986 B.A.T. Cobra Android Trooper N/A
1986 Dr. Mindbender Master of Mind Control Dr. Bender KIA (vol. 1) #98 - Buried alive in Cobra Island freighter by Cobra Commander. Disavowed Continuity: Clone later killed in issue #41 of the Devil's Due RAH series.
1986 Motor-Viper Cobra Stun Pilot Various Packaged with the Cobra "STUN" vehicle.
1986 Serpentor Cobra Emperor Serpentor KIA (vol. 1) #76 - Shot in the face with an arrow by Zartan during the Cobra Civil War.
1986 Strato-Viper Cobra Night Raven Pilot Various Packaged with the Cobra "Night Raven S3P" fighter jet.
1986 Viper Cobra Infantry Various
1987 Big Boa Cobra Trainer Unknown Disavowed Continuity: KIA (vol. 2) #38 - Killed by Red Shadows operatives while in Brazil.
1987 Croc Master Cobra Reptile trainer Unknown KIA (vol. 1) #98 - Buried alive in Cobra Island freighter by Cobra Commander.
1987 Crystal Ball Cobra Hypnotist Unknown
1987 Golobulus Cobra-La Ruler
1987 Gyro-Viper Mamba Driver Various Packaged with the Cobra "Mamba" helicopter.
1987 Ice-Viper Cobra W.O.L.F. Driver Various Packaged with the Cobra "W.O.L.F." vehicle.
1987 Nemesis Enforcer Cobra-La Team
1987 Raptor Cobra Falconer Unknown KIA (vol. 1) #98 - Buried alive in Cobra Island freighter by Cobra Commander.
1987 Royal Guard Cobra-La Team
1987 Sea Slug Sea Ray Navigator Various Packaged with the Cobra "Sea Ray" vehicle.
1987 Techno-Viper Cobra Battlefield Technician Various
1987 W.O.R.M.S. Maggot Driver Various Weapons Ordinance Rugged Machine Specialists; packaged with the Cobra "Maggot" vehicle.
1988 Astro-Viper Cobranaut Various
1988 Hydro-Viper Cobra Underwater Elite Trooper Various Demon of the Deep
1988 Secto-Viper Cobra Bugg Driver Various Packaged with the Cobra "BUGG" vehicle.
1988 Star-Viper Cobra Stellar Stiletto Pilot Various Packaged with the Cobra "Stellar Stiletto" vehicle.
1988 Toxo-Viper Cobra Hostile Environment Trooper Various
1989 Aero-Viper Condor Z-25 Pilot Various Packaged with the Cobra "Condor Z-25" fighter jet.
1989 Alley Viper Cobra Urban Assault Trooper Various
1989 Frag-Viper Cobra Grenade Thrower Various
1989 HEAT Viper Cobra Bazooka Man Various
1989 Night-Viper Cobra Night Fighter Various
1989 Track-Viper H.I.S.S. II Driver Various Packaged with the Cobra "H.I.S.S. II" vehicle.
1990 Decimator Cobra Hammerhead Driver Unknown Packaged with the Cobra "Hammerhead" submersible sea tank.
1990 Laser-Viper Cobra Laser Trooper Various
1990 Night Creeper Cobra Ninja Various
1990 Overlord Dictator Driver Unknown Packaged with the Cobra "Dictator" vehicle; killed by Joe operative Scanner in the Devils Due RAH series.
1990 Range-Viper Cobra Wilderness Troopers Various
1990 Rock-Viper Cobra Mountain Trooper Various
1990 S.A.W.-Viper Cobra Heavy Machine Gunner Various Semi Automatic Weapon
1990 Vapor Cobra Hurricane VTOL Pilot Unknown Packaged with the Cobra "Hurricane V.T.O.L.".
1991 Cesspool Chief Environmental Operative Vincent A. D'Alleva Disavowed Continuity: KIA (America's Elite) #30 - executed during raid on G.I. Joe prison facility.
1991 Crimson Guard Immortal Cobra Elite Trooper Top Secret
1991 Desert Scorpion Cobra Desert Trooper Various
1991 Incinerators Cobra Flamethrowers Various
1991 Interrogator Cobra Battle Copter Pilot Unknown
1991 Night Vulture Air Recon Trooper Various
1991 Overkill B.A.T. Leader Unknown Disavowed Continuity: KIA (America's Elite) #30 - executed during raid on G.I. Joe prison facility.
1991 Sky Creeper Air Recon Leader Unknown Disavowed Continuity: KIA (Special Missions: The Enemy) - Shot and thrown out of a helicopter by Black Out and Guillotine.
1991 Sludge Viper Cobra Hazardous Waste Viper Various
1992 Cobra Air Devil Acrobatic Aerial Assault Trooper Various
1992 Dice Cobra Bo-staff Ninja Unknown
1992 Flak-Viper Cobra Anti-aircraft Trooper Various
1992 Headhunters Headman's Narcotic Guard Various
1992 Headman Headhunter Drug Kingpin Unknown Disavowed Continuity: KIA (America's Elite) #30 - executed during raid on G.I. Joe prison facility.
1992 Heli-Vipers Cobra Battle Copter Troopers Various
1992 Ninja-Viper Various
1992 Slice Cobra Ninja Swordsman Unknown
1992 Toxo-Zombie Cobra Toxic Disaster Trooper Various
1993 Bio-Vipers Mega Monster Various
1993 Cobra BAAT Battle Armored Android Trooper N/A Released as part of the "Star Brigade" line.
1993 Night Creeper Leader Ninja Supreme Master Unknown
1993 Crimson Guard Commander Cobra Elite Officer Top Secret
1993 Cyber-Vipers Cybernetic Officers Various
1993 Gristle Headhunter Urban Crime Commander Danimal J. Rogers
1993 Mega-Vipers Mega Monster Trainers Various
1993 Monstro-Vipers Mega Monster Various
1993 Nitro-Viper Detonator Driver Unknown Packaged with the Cobra "Detonator" vehicle.
1993 Red Ninjas Battle Axe Operators Unknown
1993 Headhunter Stormtroopers Headhunter Elite Urban Crime Guards Various
1994 Cobra Blackstar Elite Space Pilot Unknown Released as part of the "Star Brigade" line.
1994 Carcass Alien Destroyer
1994 Lobotomaxx Stellar Explorer
1994 Predacon Alien Bounty hunter
1998 Vypra Rattler 4-WD Driver Ann A. Conda
2000 Rip It Heavy Equipment Operator Fredd T. Booth III Disavowed Continuity: KIA (Special Missions: The Enemy) - Shot and thrown out of a helicopter by Black Out and Guillotine.
2001 Cobra Fast Blast Viper Field Combat Various
2001 Iguanus Manimal Stellar Stalker
2001 Shadow Viper Counter Intelligence Various
2001 Slythor Manimal Galactic Attacker
2001 Sub Viper Underwater Demolitions Various
2001 Warwolf Manimal Alien Mutation Expert
2002 Cobra C.L.A.W.S. Heavy Weapons Trooper Various Combat Light Armored Weapons Specialist
2002 Cobra Moray Cobra Underwater Elite Operations Various
2002 Desert Cobra C.L.A.W.S. Heavy Weapons Trooper Various
2002 Neo-Viper Cobra Infantry Officers Various
2002 Neo-Viper Commander Neo-Viper Leader Unknown
2002 Shock Viper Cobra Fire Assault Trooper Various
2002 Skull Buster Cobra Range-Viper Commander Unknown
2003 Air-Viper Cobra Air Force Trainee Various Convention Exclusive
2003 Black Dragon Spy Organization Warlord Unknown Convention Exclusive
2003 Black Dragon Trooper Spy Organization Agents of Destruction Various Convention Exclusive
2003 Black Out Cobra Sniper Thomas G. Stall Black Out is the brother of both G.I. Joe Bombstrike and Barrel Roll.
2003 Cobra C.L.A.W.S. Commander Combat Light Armored Weapons Specialist Top Secret
2003 Cobra Coils High Speed Pursuit Vehicle Driver Various
2003 Cobra Inferno BAT Battle Android Trooper N/A Internet Exclusive (B.A.T. Army Builder)
2003 Heavy Water Trooper Cobra Radiological Weapons Specialists Various
2003 Pit Viper Cobra Infiltration Trooper Various
2003 Sand Viper Cobra Desert Infiltrators Various
2003 Scalpel Cobra Medic Andrew R. Walker
2003 Swamp-Viper Amphibious Assault Troopers Various Convention Exclusive
2004 Alley Viper II Cobra Urban Assault Trooper Various
2004 Black Dragon Ninja Cobra Ninja Warrior Unknown TRU Exclusive (Ninja Cobra Strike Force)
2004 Cobra BAT II Cobra Android Trooper N/A
2004 Cobra Infantry Trooper Cobra Infantry Various TRU Exclusive (Cobra Infantry Forces)
2004 Cobra Ninja Trooper Cobra Ninja Warrior Unknown
2004 Cobra Squad Leader Cobra Infantry Troop Leader Unknown TRU Exclusive (Cobra Infantry Forces)
2004 COIL Crusher Cobra Silent infiltrator Unknown
2004 Electric EEL Cobra V-Troop Underwater Specialist Various
2004 Ghost Bear Pulverizer Driver Jesse Kwinn Jr. The son of late Cobra mercenary Kwinn.
2004 Neurotoxin Cobra Sand Scorpion Leader Unknown
2004 Razor Trooper Cobra V-Troop Infantry Various
2004 Razorclaw Cobra Feral Berserker Unknown
2004 Sand Scorpion Cobra Elite Desert Trooper Various
2004 Snow Wolf Cobra V-Troop Polar Sentry Various
2004 Swamp Rat Cobra V-Troop Infiltrators Various
2004 Venomous Maximus Cobra V-Troop Overlord Clayton Abernathy/General Hawk Overlord of Cobra's V-Troops (G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom), he was once General Hawk, commander of the G.I. Joe team.
2005 Cobra Imperial Guard Elite Guards for Cobra Commander Top Secret TRU Exclusive (Cobra Imperial Procession)
2005 Cobra Night Trooper Cobra Night Watch Various DTC Exclusive (Cobra Night Watch)
2005 Cobra Slash Cobra Ninja/Mercenary Unknown
2005 Cobra Squad Leader Cobra Night Watch Unknown DTC Exclusive (Cobra Night Watch)
2005 Crimson Shadow Guard Cobra Elite Trooper Top Secret TRU Exclusive (Crimson Shadow Guard)
2005 Croc Master II Reptile Leader Unknown The second man to hold this title, he has been combined with a crocodile. Killed by Baroness.
2005 Cobra Commander Cobra Supreme Leader Fred VII Cobra Commander Impostor[74][75]
2005 Jungle Viper Cobra Jungle Assault Trooper Various G.I. Joe Collector's Club Exclusive
2005 Medi-Viper Cobra Medical Trooper Various
2005 Shadow Strike Cobra Ninja Unknown
2006 Cobra Mortal Cobra Elite Enforcer Unknown Convention Exclusive
2006 Cobra Viper Guard Cobra Infantrymen Various DTC Exclusive (Viper Lockdown)
2006 Coil Trooper Mercenary Soldier Various Convention Exclusive
2006 Gallows Plague Trooper Unknown DTC/TRU Exclusive (Plague Troopers vs Steel Brigade)
2006 Grim Skull Plague Trooper Unknown DTC/TRU Exclusive (Plague Troopers vs Steel Brigade)
2006 Guillotine Plague Trooper Commander Unknown DTC/TRU Exclusive (Plague Troopers vs Steel Brigade)
2006 Hannibal: Reborn General Hannibal DTC/TRU Exclusive
2006 Skull Squad Trooper Soldiers of Fortune Various Convention Exclusive
2007 Lt. Clay Moore Shock Viper Commander Clayton W. Moore Convention Exclusive
2007 Snow Serpent Commander Cobra Polar Assault Leader Munroe B. Egavas G.I. Joe Collector's Club Exclusive
2008 Cobra Sky BAT Battle Android Trooper N/A Convention Exclusive
2008 Headhunter B.A.T. Headhunter Battle Android Troopers N/A Convention Exclusive
2008 Headhunter Guards Headhunter Guardians Various Convention Exclusive
2008 Headhunter Driver Headhunter Vehicle Operators Various Convention Exclusive
2008 Hotwire B.A.T. Mechanic Unknown Convention Exclusive
2009 Munitia Mercenary Unknown G.I. Joe Collectors' Club Exclusive
2010 Black Major Red Shadows Commander John Shepherd (alias) Convention Exclusive
2010 Red Shadows Red Shadows Troopers Various Convention Exclusive
2010 Red Torches Red Shadows Pyro-Troopers Various Convention Exclusive


25th Anniversary-style Cobra figures[edit]

Year Code Name Function Real Name Notes
2007 Cobra Air Trooper Elite Infantry Unknown Part of the "Cobra Legions" box set
2008 Cobra Bazooka Trooper Anti-Armor Trooper Various
2008 Cobra Diver Underwater Trooper Various
2008 Cobra Driver Cobra Infantry Trooper Unknown Target Exclusive; packaged with the "Cobra H.I.S.S." vehicle
2008 Cobra HISS Commander Cobra Infantry Various Packaged with the "Cobra H.I.S.S." vehicle
2008 Cobra Paratrooper Airborne Infantry Various Part of a "DVD Battles Pack"
2008 Para-Viper Cobra Paratrooper Various
2008 Cobra Pilot Air Trooper Various Packaged with the "Cobra F.A.N.G. & Cobra C.L.A.W." vehicle set.
2008 Cobra Vehicle Gunner Cobra Infantry Various Target Exclusive (Ultimate Battle Pack)
2008 Crimson Guard Officer Cobra Elite Officer Top Secret TRU Exclusive (Senior Ranking Officers 3-pack)
2008 Crimson Guard Squad Leader Cobra Elite Officer Top Secret TRU Exclusive (Crimson Guard 5-pack)
2008 Mercenary Wraith Counter Intelligence Charles Halifax Disavowed Continuity: KIA - killed by Baroness in G.I. Joe: America's Elite.
2008 Montezuma's Skeleton Montezuma's Skeleton Moctezuma Xocoyotzin Part of a "DVD Battles Pack"
2008 Snow Serpent Officer Polar Assault Officer Various Internet Exclusive (Cobra Arctic Assault Squad pack)
2008 The Enemy Cobra Night Watch Officer Unknown TRU Exclusive (Cobra Night Watch 5-pack)
2008 The Enemy Cobra Red Ninja Leader Unknown TRU Exclusive (Snake-Eyes vs. Red Ninja Troopers 5-pack)
2009 Aqua-Viper Officer Aqua-Viper Leader Various Packaged with the "Mantis Attack Craft".
2009 Desert-Viper Desert Battle Various
2009 Elite-Viper Elite Regiment Officer Various
2009 Nano-Viper Cobra Commando Various
2009 Neo-Viper Officer Cobra Commando Various TRU Exclusive, part of the "Attack on the G.I. Joe Pit Headquarters" set
2009 Night Adder Cobra Security Officer Various
2009 Red Fang Ninja Cobra Ninja Various
2009 Terra-Viper Mole Pod Pilot Various Packaged with the "Cobra Mole Pod".
2011 Cobra Crimson Horseman Cobra H.I.S.S. Tank Driver Various Packaged with the "Cobra Crimson H.I.S.S." tank.
2011 Hazard-Viper Toxin Specialist Various
2011 Lightning (Relâmpago) Python Patrol Boat Pilot Unknown Convention Exclusive
2011 Steel Cobra (Cobra de Aco) Cobra Commando Unknown Convention Exclusive
2011 Trigger (Gatilho) Python Patrol Sniper Unknown Convention Exclusive
2011 Zombie Viper Cobra Trooper Various
2012 Cobra Stealth Paratrooper N/A N/A Convention Exclusive
2013 Crimson Asp Cobra Saboteur Sioban A. Nathair Convention Exclusive
2013 Cobra Letal Cobra Grenadier Commander Unknown Convention Exclusive
2013 Iron Klaw Dictator Unknown G.I. Joe Collector's Club Exclusive
2013 Nano-B.A.T. Cobra Battle Android Trooper N/A G.I. Joe Collector's Club Exclusive


Dreadnoks[edit]

Main article: Dreadnoks
Year Code Name Function Real Name Notes
1984 Zartan Master of Disguise Unknown (Aliases too numerous to list)
1985 Buzzer Dreadnok Richard Blinken-Smythe (Alias: Dick Blinken)
1985 Ripper Dreadnok Harry Nod
1985 Torch Dreadnok Tom Winken
1986 Monkeywrench Dreadnok Bill Winkie Disavowed Continuity: KIA (America's Elite) #30 - executed during raid on G.I. Joe prison facility.
1986 Thrasher Dreadnok/Thunder Machine Driver Bruno LaCrosse Packaged with the Dreadnok "Thunder Machine".
1986 Zandar Zartan's brother Zachary (real last name unknown)
1986 Zarana Zartan's sister Zoe (real last name unknown)
1987 Zanzibar Dreadnok Pirate Morgan Teach Packaged with the Dreadnok "Air Skiff".
1988 Road Pig Dreadnok Donald DeLuca
1989 Gnawgahyde Dreadnok Poacher Clyde Hyde Disavowed Continuity: Listed as "missing" in America's Elite #25
2003 Burnout Mechanic Walter O. Jones
2004 Crusher Dreadnok Agent Roberto K. Rivera Convention Exclusive
2004 Demolishor Dreadnok Agent Sukko Torngark Convention Exclusive
2004 Dreadhead Billy-Bob Dreadnok Recruit Horatio T. Wesson Convention Exclusive
2004 Dreadhead Cletus Dreadnok Recruit Terrance W. Wesson Convention Exclusive
2004 Dreadhead Joe-Bob Dreadnok Recruit Winston P. Smith Convention Exclusive
2004 Dreadhead Otis Dreadnok Recruit Theodore I. Smith Convention Exclusive
2004 Dreadhead Roscoe Dreadnok Recruit Maximillian Q. Wesson Convention Exclusive
2004 Dreadhead Vance Dreadnok Recruit Cornelius E. Smith Convention Exclusive
2011 Zanya Zartan's daughter Zanya (real last name unknown) Part of the "Dreadnok Battle Set" 7-pack


Iron Grenadiers[edit]

Main article: Iron Grenadiers
Year Code Name Function Real Name Notes
1983 Destro Enemy Weapons Supplier James McCullen Destro XXIV
1988 Ferret Iron Grenadier DEMON Drivers Various
1988 Iron Grenadiers Destro's Elite Troopers Various
1988 Nullifier Iron Grenadiers AGP Pilot Various
1988 Voltar Destro's General Unknown KIA (vol. 1) #98 - Buried alive in Cobra Island Freighter by Cobra Commander.
1989 Annihilator Destro's Elite Trooper Various
1989 Darklon Iron Grenadier Evader Driver Unknown Presumed KIA (vol. 1) #146 - Presumed killed in a missile strike by Destro. Later discovered he had taken shelter in a bunker before the explosion.
1989 T.A.R.G.A.T. Iron Grenadier Trans-Atmospheric Rapid Global Assault Trooper Various
1989 Wild Boar Iron Grenadier Razorback Driver Various
1990 Metal-Head Destro's Anti-Tank Specialist Stuart A. Finley
1990 Undertow Destro's Frogmen Various
2005 General Mayhem Iron Grenadiers General Vladimir P. Mayhemovski Convention Exclusive
2005 Iron Anvil Iron Grenadiers Paratrooper Various Convention Exclusive
2007 Rowdy Roddy Piper Iron Grenadier Trainer Roddy Piper Convention Exclusive. Based on wrestler Roddy Piper.
2008 Iron Grenadier Officer Elite Officer Unknown TRU Exclusive (Iron Grenadier Command)
2009 M.A.R.S. Industries Officer M.A.R.S. Industries Officer Various
2009 M.A.R.S. Industries Trooper M.A.R.S. Industries Trooper Various
2009 M.A.R.S. Industries Weapons Officer M.A.R.S. Industries Weapons Officer Various K-Mart Exclusive; part of the "G.I. Joe Versus Cobra" box set.
2012 Sergeant Major Duncan Destro's Sergeant Major Alistair Thomas Duncan Convention Exclusive


Oktober Guard[edit]

Main article: Oktober Guard
Year Code Name Function Real Name Grade Service Branch Notes
1991 Red Star Oktober Guard Officer Anatoly Fydorovich Krimov O-3 (equivalent) Army (Soviet/Russian)
1992 Big Bear Oktober Guard Anti-Armor Specialist Grigor Ivanovich Rostoff E-5 (equivalent) Army (Soviet/Russian)
1998 Colonel Brekhov Oktober Guard Commander Ivan Nikolevich Brekhov O-6 (equivalent) Army (Soviet/Russian) KIA Special Missions #26 - Died in Sierra Gordo while attempting to save his friends and allies.
1998 Lt. Gorky Oktober Guard Commando Mikhail P. Gorky O-1 (equivalent) Navy (Soviet/Russian)
1998 Volga (aka Daina) Oktober Guard Weapons Expert Daina L. Janack O-1 (equivalent) Army (Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic) Code-named Vorona in the Devil's Due series
2005 Dragonsky Oktober Guard Flamethrower Andrei Freisov E-8 (equivalent) Army (Soviet/Russian) Convention Exclusive
2005 Horror Show Oktober Guard Soldier Stepan Drukersky Unknown Army (Soviet/Russian) KIA Special Missions #26 - Died in Sierra Gordo while attempting to save his friends and allies.
2005 Schrage Oktober Guard Soldier (Classified) Unknown Army (East German) KIA Special Missions #26 - Died in Sierra Gordo while attempting to save his friends and allies.
2005 Stormavik Oktober Guard Soldier (Classified) Unknown Army (Soviet/Russian) KIA Special Missions #26 - Died in Sierra Gordo while attempting to save his friends and allies.
2006 Sgt. Misha Zubenkov Oktober Guard Soldier Misha L. Zubenkov E-5 (equivalent) Army (Soviet/Russian)
2012 Iron Bear Oktober Guard General O-7 (equivalent) Army (Soviet/Russian) Convention/Web Exclusive


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (vol. 1), issue no. 5. Marvel Comics. Cover date: December 1982.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ "HASBRO answers your questions *2009/2010* *UPDATED 10/22*". 
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  68. ^ "Steel Brigade Delta's v1 file card at YOJOE.com". 
  69. ^ "G.I. Joe Doc's v1 File Card". 
  70. ^ "Gaucho's v1 file card at YOJOE.com". 
  71. ^ "Jammer's v1 file card at YOJOE.com". 
  72. ^ "Lt. Dolphin's v1 file card at YOJOE.com". 
  73. ^ "Sparta's v1 file card at YOJOE.com". 
  74. ^ "Cobra Commander v22". 
  75. ^ "Cobra Commander v38 File Card". 

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