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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.



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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)
Long Live Rock and Roll Part II5 seconds (silent)
The Greatest Evil Part I145 seconds12 lines
The Greatest Evil Part II88 seconds8 lines
The Legend of Metal-Head45 seconds6 lines

Headcanon

Born November 2, 1955. Bullet-Proof joined the Joe Team in March 1988, and his appearance is represented by Version 1. He was with the team until it was disbanded in December 1989 but was not recalled when the Joes were reactivated in 1991.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1992 (Drug Elimination Force) 2. 1993 (Battle Corps)  
Version 1: 1992 D.E.F. premium carded assortment
Fig. #0343: 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 helmet (new, soft plastic with mic hole); green mouthpiece (new, a simple curve of soft plastic); green backpack (new, with engraved gas mask); green field rifle (new, GP-88); clear green spring missile launcher (new, with lights and black trigger); green missile (new); black figure stand
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: 1993 Battle Corps Wave 3 carded assortment, #34
Fig. #0417: 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 helmet (92 Bullet-Proof's) with mic glued in; green field rifle (92 Bullet-Proof's GP-88); opaque green spring missile launcher (92 Bullet-Proof's); green missile (92 Bullet-Proof's); black figure stand
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.