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Bullet-Proof



File Name: Earl S. Morris of Chicago, Illinois.
Grade: Army O-4 (1992-1993)
SN: 696-5214-ES66
Notes: Chicago is in the state's northeast corner, at the south end of Lake Michigan. Ghostrider, Hardtop, Heavy Duty, Scoop, Short-Fuze, and Static-Line are also from Chicago.


chronological: Barricade<< Bullet-Proof >>Headman
alphabetical: Budo<< Bullet-Proof >>Bullhorn

 

Animated Appearances

DiC VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
Unknown5286 seconds26391

DiC's Bullet-Proof wore something similar to his 1992 outfit, except that his shirt and pants lacked camo spots, and his gloves, boots, belt, and chest strap were brown.

 

Season 2 Opening (DiC)3 seconds(silent)in final pose
Long Live Rock and Roll Part II5 seconds(silent)flying a Battle Copter into battle
The Greatest Evil Part I145 seconds12 linesadvising Duke and Falcon, at Duke's briefing, paired with Metal-Head, attacking Headman on foot
The Greatest Evil Part II88 seconds8 linescheering, driving Battle Wagon, chasing Headman
The Legend of Metal-Head45 seconds6 linesseen in flashback

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1992 (Drug Elimination Force) 2. 1993 (Battle Corps)  
Version 1: summer 1992 Drug Elimination Force premium carded figure assortment
DEF LeaderMOS 1: DEF Leader
MOS 2: Federal Marshall
  • head: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
  • arms: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
  • torso: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
  • waist: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
  • legs: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
Accessories: green "GP-88 field rifle" with hollow triangular stock (new), clear green handheld light-up spring-loaded missile launcher (new), green spring missile with tiny fins on long tip (new), green soft-plastic helmet with hole for mic (new), green smooth curved mic (new), green backpack with engraved gas canister and gas mask (new), black figure stand (common).
BULLET-PROOF served in Central America, the Golden Triangle, and the Caribbean as a field officer of the Drug Enforcement Agency before drawing the assignment to head G.I. Joe's D.E.F. detachment. His code name wasn't picked out of a hat. It was given to him by the very people he tracked down—the world's drug leaders and their private armies of Uzi-wielding thugs! In countless raids and all-out fire fights they saw him leading his men into the thick of the action and he never took a single hit. They said, "He must be bullet proof!"
Vehicle Specialty: G.I. Joe AH-74 Desert Apache pilot
Motto: "I don't believe in any magic charms. I'm just really careful and I practice shooting every day!"
Toy Notes: Item #6745. In the 1992 insert catalog, concept art appears instead of the actual figure.
Version 2: late summer 1993 Battle Corps Wave 4 carded figure assortment, #34
Urban CommanderMOS 1: Urban Commander
MOS 2: Federal Marshall
  • head: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
  • arms: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
  • torso: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
  • waist: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
  • legs: Bullet-Proof (92, 93)
Accessories: green rifle (92 Bullet-Proof's), green spring missile launcher (92 Bullet-Proof's, with no light-up feature), green spring missile (92 Bullet-Proof's), green helmet (92 Bullet-Proof's), green mic (92 Bullet-Proof's), green backpack (92 Bullet-Proof's), black figure stand (common).
BULLET-PROOF served as a field officer in Central America, the Golden Triangle, and the Caribbean before drawing the assignment to head G.I. Joe's urban Battle Corps detachment. His code name wasn't picked out of a hat. It was given to him by the very people he tracked down including Cobra criminals and private armies of Uzi-wielding thugs! In countless raids and all-out fire fights they saw him leading his men into the thick of the action and he never took a single hit. In amazement they said, "He must be bullet proof!"
Motto: "I don't believe in any magic charms. I'm just really careful and I practice shooting every day!"
Toy Notes: Originally intended as part of 1993's D.E.F. line, but moved into Battle Corps when it was canceled. The Australian release retained the D.E.F. packaging. Item #6169.