To my knowledge, Ghost Bear was never animated.
Born January 17, 1963, in the village of Uelen. Ghost Bear joined Cobra in early 1993, and his appearance is represented by Version 1.
||1. 2004 (Pulverizer)
|Version 1: 2004 Valor vs. Venom Wave 2 boxed Pulverizer accessory
|Fig. #0844: Pulverizer Driver||MOS 1: Mercenary|
MOS 2: All-Terrain Vehicle Operator
- head: Ghost Bear (04)
- arms: Ghost Bear (04), Cobra Trooper (06/I), Cobra Officer (08/V)
- torso: Ghost Bear (04), Cobra Trooper (06/I), Cobra Officer (08/V)
- waist: Ghost Bear (04), Cobra Trooper (06/I), Cobra Officer (08/V)
- legs: Ghost Bear (04), Cobra Trooper (06/I), Cobra Officer (08/V)
|Accessories: black belt straps (new, attach in 3 spots); grey knife (new, small with smooth hilt and molded-on sheath)
|Born in a remote Inuit village on the Russian side of the Bering Strait, GHOST BEAR learned how to track and hunt in the most unforgiving environment on the face of the planet. An expert long-range rifleman, he is also equally skillful with pistols and knives. KWINN, the father of GHOST BEAR, was a mercenary in the employ of the COBRA organization when he was killed during a major assault on G.I. JOE Headquarters. GHOST BEAR never learned that his father had switched sides and had teamed up with SNAKE EYES before his death, so he is still carrying a wrongful grudge against the G.I. JOE Team, and SNAKE EYES in particular.|
"When I'm driving a PULVERIZER, I become the PULVERIZER, and can make it do anything I want."
|Toy Notes: Item #58170. Kwinn's story comes from the early issues of the Marvel comic series (#2 to #19).