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G.I. Joe Accessory Guide: Other Head and Face Accessories

This page contains accessories that attach to part of the head, usually covering at least part of the face. This includes visors, goggles, and breath masks, as well as headsets, microphones, and antennas. Because they are often small, nondescript, and/or transparent, many of these are easily lost or broken and are therefore high-demand accessories.

 

This visor was released (with slight variations in size):
  • in clear with Short-Fuze, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in clear with Flash, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in clear with Hawk, the original version with the 1982 MMS, as well as its 1983 release with the swivel-arm figure.
  • in clear with Grand Slam, the original version with the 1982 HAL, as well as its 1983 release with the swivel-arm figure.
  • in clear (four copies) with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
  • in clear with Grand Slam, the silver-pads version with the JUMP released in 1983.
  • in clear with Duke, with the Silver Mirage released in 1997.
  • in clear with Breaker, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
  • in clear with Short-Fuse, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
  • in clear with Sergeant Flash, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 5 single card.
  • in clear with G.I. Joe Hawk, the olive 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #1 two-pack with Scarlett.
  • in clear with G.I. Joe Hawk, the staff uniform 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in clear with Grand Slam, the 25th-style version with the Night Spectre released in 2008.
  • in black with Starduster, the original version offered by mail in 1987 and later years.
  • in black with Steeler, the tan 25th-style version in the 2008 Ultimate Battle Pack.
  • in clear dark with Skyduster, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
This headset was released:
  • in black with Breaker, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
This visor was released:
  • in black with Steeler, the original version with the 1982 MOBAT, as well as its 1983 release with the swivel-arm figure and by mail in later years.
  • in grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
This mask was released:
  • in black with Mutt, on the 1984 single card.
  • in black with Mutt, on the 1989 single card.
This mask was released:
  • in black with Rip Cord, on the 1984 single card.
  • in black with the Parachute Pack, offered by mail in 1985 and later years.
This mask was released:
  • in yellow with Blowtorch, the original version on the 1984 single card.
This mask was released:
  • with brown beard with Zartan, the original version with the Chameleon released in 1984.
  • with dark brown beard with Zartan, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Shadow Viper.
This headset was released:
  • in light green with Thunder, with the Slugger released in 1984, as well as his reissues by mail.
  • in red-brown with Skystriker, with the Tiger Rat released in 1988.
  • in bright green with Thunderwing, with the MOBAT released in 1998 and reissued in 2000.
This visor was released:
  • in black with Thunder, with the Slugger released in 1984, as well as his reissues by mail.
  • in black with Thunderwing, with the MOBAT released in 1998 and reissued in 2000.
  • in bright green (two copies, with pins instead of holes) with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #3, released in 1985.
  • in clear with Skystriker, with the Tiger Rat released in 1988.
This microphone was released:
  • in brown with Heavy Metal, with the Mauler released in 1985.
This mask was released:
  • in black with Lifeline, the original version on the 1986 single card.
  • in black with Lifeline, the modified-original version offered by mail in 1991.
  • in black with Sergeant Lifeline, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
This microphone was released:
  • in black with Lift-Ticket, the original version with the Tomahawk released in 1986.
This antenna was released:
  • in silver with Psyche-Out, the original version on the 1987 single card.
  • in silver with Psyche-Out, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Tunnel Rat.
This mask was released:
  • in red and silver with Fast Draw, on the 1987 single card.
This microphone was released:
  • in black with Sneak Peek, the original version on the 1987 single card.
  • in black with Sneak Peek, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Lt. Falcon.
This antenna was released:
  • in red with Royal Guard, in the 1987 Cobra-La three-pack.
This microphone was released:
  • in white with Hardtop, the original version with the Defiant released in 1987.
This headset was released:
  • in silver with Avalanche, on the 1987 Battle Force 2000 card as well as his reissue in the 1988 two-pack with Blaster.
This mask was released:
  • in bright green with Blaster, on the 1987 Battle Force 2000 card as well as his reissue in the 1988 two-pack with Avalanche.
This headset was released:
  • in silver with Dodger, the original version on the 1987 Battle Force 2000 card as well as his reissue in the 1988 two-pack with Knockdown.
This visor was released:
  • in magenta with Nullifier, with the AGP released in 1988.
This microphone was released:
  • in green with Scoop, on the 1989 single card.
This mask was released:
  • in orange and blue with Alley Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
This mask was released:
  • in light blue with T.A.R.G.A.T., the blue version on the 1989 single card.
  • in purple with T.A.R.G.A.T., the gold version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
This antenna was released:
  • in white with Dee-Jay, on the 1989 single card.
  • in white with Dee-Jay, in the 1993 Arctic Commandos mail-order set.
This mask was released:
  • in white with Stalker, the arctic version on the 1989 single card.
This monocle was released:
  • in dark green with Night-Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
  • in black with Night-Viper, in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Frag-Viper.
This visor was released:
  • in dark green with Night-Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
  • in black and blue with Night-Viper, in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Frag-Viper.
This visor was released:
This mask was released:
  • in dark grey with Freefall, on the 1990 single card.
This mask was released:
  • in dark grey and red with Undertow, the original version on the 1990 single card.
  • in black with Undertow, the blue version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Firefly.
  • in red and gold with Undertow, the black version the 2009 G.I. Joe Collector's Club annual exclusive figure.
This gas mask was released:
  • in black and silver with Bullhorn, the original version on the 1990 single card.
This visor was released:
  • in tan with Airwave, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
This visor was released:
  • in red-orange with Drop Zone, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
This visor was released:
  • in gold with Altitude, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
These goggles were released:
  • in clear yellow with Cold Front, with the Avalanche released in 1990.
This microphone was released:
  • in white with Cold Front, with the Avalanche released in 1990.
This visor was released:
  • in black and red with Low-Light, the brown-and-grey version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
  • in black with Low-Light, the yellow version with the Dino-Hunter Mission Playset released in 1993.
  • in black with Low-Light, the blue version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Sure Fire.
This face shield was released:
  • in clear with General Hawk, the flight-pack version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
  • in clear red with Roadblock, the white version on the 1993 Star Brigade card.
  • in clear red with Roadblock, the orange version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
  • in clear yellow with General Hawk, the neon version offered by mail in 1993.
This visor was released:
  • in clear blue with Skymate, on the 1991 Air Commandos single card.
These goggles were released:
  • in clear blue with Cloudburst, on the 1991 Air Commandos single card.
This visor was released:
  • in black with Tracker, on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
This headset was released:
  • in black with Psyche-Out, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
This visor was released:
  • in clear dark with Air Devil, on the 1992 Air Commandos single card.
This mask was released:
  • in black with Ace, the blue version with the Battle Copter released in 1992.
  • in black with Ace, the green version with the Ghoststriker released in 1993.
  • in black with Ace, the brown version with the A-10 Thunderbolt released in 1997.
This microphone was released:
  • in green with Bullet-Proof, the original version on the 1992 Drug Elimination Force card.
  • in green with Bullet-Proof, the neon version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
This mask was released:
  • in black with Alley Viper, the yellow version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Alley Viper, the dark blue version with the Cobra Rage released in 1997.
  • in black with Cobra Alley Viper, the black version in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in orange with Alley Viper, the orange Battle Corps version on the 1994 single card.
  • in blue with Cobra Alley Viper, the light blue version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Big Ben.
  • in graphite with Cobra Alley Viper, the red version in the 2002 Wave 2.5 two-pack with Big Ben.
  • in graphite with Cobra Alley Viper, the blue version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Cobra Viper.
  • in silver with Duke, the Night Force version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Pit Viper.
This mask was released:
  • in white with Frostbite, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
These goggles were released:
  • in clear blue with Mirage, the original version on the 1993 Mega-Marines card.
  • in clear with Mirage, the medium-green version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Cobra Viper.
  • in clear with Mirage, the light-green version in the 2002 Wave 2.5 two-pack with Cobra Viper.
  • in clear with Mirage, the clear version in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
  • in clear yellow with Mirage, the yellow-green version with the Hoverstrike released in 2003.
This face shield was released:
  • in clear blue with Long Arm, the original version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
  • in clear with Long Arm, the green version in the 2008 S.W.A.T. convention three-pack.
This mask was released:
  • in black with Shipwreck, the dark grey diver version on the 1994 Battle Corps card.
  • in black with Shipwreck, the black diver version in the 1998 Navy Assault Unit three-pack.
  • in black with Shipwreck, the light grey diver version in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Sidetrack.
This mask was released:
  • in black with Action Pilot, the yellow version in the 1994 single box.
  • in black with Action Pilot, the blue version in the 1994 Original Action Team five-pack.
  • in grey with Fighter Pilot, released at the 1994 G.I. Joe convention.
This face shield was released:
  • in clear with Action Astronaut, in the 1994 Original Action Team five-pack.
  • in clear with Flash, the astronaut version in the 2005 Marvel #8 comic three-pack.
These goggles were released:
  • in clear with Slythor, on the 2001 Manimals card.
This visor was released:
  • in white with Scalpel, in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Sgt. Hacker.
These goggles were released:
  • in black and red with Black Out, in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Flint.
  • in black and dark red with Low Light, on the 2006 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 3 single card.
These goggles were released:
  • in black and gold with Depth Charge, the blue version with the Wave Crusher released in 2003.
  • in black and gold (smaller) with Depth Charge, the orange version with the Wave Crusher released in 2005.
This mask was released:
  • in pink and black with Lady Jaye, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Iron Grenadier.
This mask was released:
  • in dark red and gold with Grunt, the silver knees/brown straps version in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Destro.
This microphone was released:
  • in grey with Tele-Viper, the purple Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Sgt. Airborne or Halo Jumper, as well as his reissue in the 2004 Battle in a Box set.
  • in grey with Tele-Viper, the Python Patrol new-sculpt version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Cobra Viper.
  • in black with Tele-Viper, the blue Valor vs. Venom version on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
This mask was released:
  • with black hair and mustache with Agent Faces, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Zartan.
This mask was released:
  • with brown hair with Agent Faces, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Zartan.
This mask was released:
  • with yellow hair with Zartan, the purple Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Agent Faces.
This mask was released:
  • with black hair and green beret with Zartan, the purple Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Agent Faces.
These sunglasses were released:
  • in black with Leatherneck, the Valor vs. Venom version with the Defense Mech released in 2004.
These goggles were released:
  • in grey with Tunnel Rat, the green Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Electric E.E.L.
  • in grey with Tunnel Rat, the yellow Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Razorclaw.
This blindfold was released:
  • in red with Agent Jinx, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Cobra Slice.
This headband was released:
  • in red with Cobra Slice, the Action Attack version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Agent Jinx.
  • in red with Cobra Slice, the O-ring Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Cobra Slash.
This microphone (larger than the original Hardtop's mic) was released:
  • in black with Hardtop, the Tiger Force version in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
These glasses were released:
  • in clear and black with Baroness, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #1 three-pack.
  • in clear and black with Baroness, in the 2005 Imperial Procession six-pack.
This visor was released:
  • in white with Steeler, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #5 three-pack.
  • in grey and red with Steeler, the brown version released at the 2007 G.I. Joe convention.
This mask was released:
  • in grey with Sergeant Mutt, on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 1 single card.
This mask was released:
  • with brown beard with Zartan, the Devil's Due 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 3 single card.
  • with brown beard with Zartan, the dark-pants 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
These goggles were released:
  • in brown and clear with Snow Job, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 5 single card.
This gum bubble was released:
  • in clear pink with Corporal Breaker, the brown-hair 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #14 comic two-pack with Destro.
This headset was released:
  • in black with Corporal Breaker, the brown-hair 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #14 comic two-pack with Destro.
This mask released:
  • in black and clear (clear strap) with Lieutenant Torpedo, the black 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 6 single card.
  • in grey and clear green (grey strap) with Lieutenant Torpedo, the yellow 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
  • in black and clear (black strap) with Cobra Diver, on the 2008 Wave 12 single card.
These goggles were released:
  • in clear and black with Wild Weasel, the dark-neck 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #115 comic two-pack with Capt. Ace.
  • in clear and black with Wild Weasel, the light-neck 25th-style version with the Cobra Rattler released in 2008.
These goggles were released:
  • in black with Cobra Viper, the black-goggles 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Viper, the black-goggles 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #86 comic two-pack with Iron Grenadier.
  • in grey and red with Cobra Viper, the red 25th-style version with the Cobra F.A.N.G./Cobra C.L.A.W. vehicle set released in 2008.
  • in grey and red with Python Patrol Viper, with the Conquest X-30 released in 2009.
  • in black and silver with Cobra Viper, the long-sleeve 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in black and silver with Cobra Viper, the elbow-sleeve 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
These binoculars were released:
  • in silver with Snake Eyes, the crossed-swords 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
These goggles were released:
  • in black and red with Firefly, the comic 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #4 two-pack with Storm Shadow.
  • in clear dark and red with Firefly, the dark grey 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
These goggles were released:
  • in clear blue with Baroness, the diver version in the 2008 The M.A.S.S. Device DVD pack.
This mask was released:
  • in black with Mutt, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
These goggles were released:
This mask was released:
  • in silver and blue with Mercenary Wraith, the silver version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
  • in clear blue with Mercenary Wraith, the clear version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
This mask was released:
  • with yellow-brown hair with Zartan, the red-pants 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
  • with yellow-brown hair with Zartan, the glowing-vest 25th-style version in the 2009 Cobra five-pack.
  • with yellow hair with Zartan, the dark-pants 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
This mask was released:
  • in white (brown eyes) with Zartan, the red-pants 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
  • in white with Zartan, the glowing-vest 25th-style version in the 2009 Cobra five-pack.
  • in white (blue eyes) with Zartan, the dark-pants 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
This extra head was released:
  • with black or brown hair with Flint, the Cobra disguise version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
This bandana was released.
  • in white with Hard Master, in the 2008 Comic #10 two-pack with Snake Eyes.
This mask was released:
  • in white and silver with Hard Master, in the 2008 Comic #10 two-pack with Snake Eyes.
This extra head was released:
  • with red hair with Beachhead, the bright 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #11 two-pack with Dataframe.
This visor was released:
  • in black with Scrap-Iron, the blue 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #12 two-pack with Wild Bill.
  • in black with Scrap-Iron, the grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
These goggles were released:
  • in black with Dusty, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Arise, Serpentor, Arise! DVD pack.
This visor was released:
  • in silver with Airtight, on the 2008 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 4 single card.
These goggles were released:
  • in black and light green with Cobra Night Viper, on the 2008 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 4 single card.
This mask was released:
  • in yellow and light blue with Blowtorch, the 25th-style version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
This gas mask was released:
  • in black and clear with Shockblast, the 25th-style version in the 2009 Resolute #1 comic two-pack with Destro.
This headset was released:
  • in black with Destro, the red-and-blue version in the 2009 Resolute #1 comic two-pack with Shockblast.
This mask was released:
  • in silver with Storm Shadow, the grey 25th-style version in the 2009 Resolute #2 comic two-pack with Tunnel Rat.
This visor was released:
  • in silver and green with Munitia, on the 2009 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 4 single card.
This extra head was released:
  • in black and silver with Cobra B.A.T., the gold-grenade version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.

 

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