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Incinerator











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Animated Appearances

DiC VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
Various8147 seconds33

Notes: DiC's Incinerators wore their 1991 outfits, usually with a crease down the middle of their visors.

 

Season 1 Opening (DiC)1 second 
General Confusion15 seconds1 line
That's Entertainment29 seconds 
An Officer and a Viperman5 seconds 
Season 2 Opening (DiC)1 second 
Kindergarten Commandos31 seconds2 lines
Cobra World60 seconds 
The Legend of Metal-Head5 seconds 

Headcanon

Incinerators were introduced to Cobra's forces in early 1987, with their appearance represented by Version 1. Lower-ranking soldiers on a par with regular Cobra infantry, they were replaced by Shock Vipers in 1991.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1991    
Version 1: 1991 Wave 1 regular carded assortment
Fig. #0288: Cobra Flamethrower
  • head: Incinerator (91)
  • arms: Incinerator (91)
  • torso: Incinerator (91)
  • waist: Incinerator (91)
  • legs: Incinerator (91)
Accessories: black backpack (new, with fuel tank and hoses); silver flamethrower (new, with hose peg); silver catapult (new, three pieces) with rubber band; two clear orange projectiles (new, globe-shaped); black hose (medium standard)
INCINERATORS are flame-weapon and arson specialists of the Cobra Legions. They are equipped with state-of-the-art fluorocarbon propellant flame projectors, which not only spew burning streams of jellied gasoline, but also destroy the ozone layer! Encased from head to foot in fire-resistant, air-conditioned fighting suits, Incinerators can take the heat as well as they can dish it out!
"G.I. Joes who have confronted Incinerators in the field report that if the wind is right, you can smell them—a pungent whiff of gas, charcoal, and hot metal. You can also hear the gas sloshing in their tanks, and the metallic scraping sound of their spark igniters is a clear warning to take cover."
Vehicle Proficiency: Cobra Grade 6.
Licensed to operate: Rage and Piranha.
Toy Notes: Item #6590.
Re-releases: A recolored version was released in India.