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Destro

One of the most charismatic G.I. Joe enemies. Highly capable weapons dealer. This entry is part of our writeups arc that covers the older, Larry Hama-written, Marvel Comics version of the Joes.

Sergeant Slaughter

(G.I. Joe version)

This is the version of the Sergeant Slaughter wrestling persona that appeared in older G.I. Joe cartoons because of reasons. Super-tough physical conditioning instructor and hand-to-hand fighter.

Gung-Ho

(G.I. Joe)

One of the most enduring G.I. Joe members. Cajun Marine with great strength and (usually) a grenade launcher.

This entry is part of our writeups arc that covers the older, Larry Hama-written, Marvel Comics version of the Joes.

Golobulus

Another short-ish entry for a character from the 1987 G.I. Joe: the movie animated feature.

Golobulus was the big bad, and the ruler of the ancient Cobra-La empire.

Stalker

(G.I. Joe) (Lonzo Wilkinson)

One of the early leaders of the G.I. Joe field teams, as chronicled by Larry Hama in the 1980s Marvel Comics.

As of January of 2018 this profile now has M&M stats who wear a virescent beret – the kind you find in a Special Forces store.

Zartan

(G.I. Joe)

The deadly master of disguise, invisibility, archery, etc. who has been such a pain in the fundament for the G.I. Joe teams.

This is specifically the version of Zartan that appeared in the older Marvel Comics G.I. Joe stories – as with the rest of Bryan’s G.I. Joe writeups arc.

Ripcord

An expert paratrooper among the G.I. Joe unit.

This profile is about Ripcord as he appeared in the 1980s Marvel Comics books written by Larry Hama.

Storm Shadow

(Tommy Arashikage)

One of the iconic 1980s ninja badasses, as he appeared in 1980s Marvel Comics by Larry Hama.

As of November of 2017, this profile was rescoped and entirely redone. And now it’s back – back in white.

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