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Incinerator










chronological: Red Star<< Incinerator >>Skymate
alphabetical: Imperial Guard<< Incinerator >>Infantry Division

 

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 running from Sandstorm (0:28)
General Confusion15 seconds1 lineat Battle World command base, attacking Dusty in Desert World
That's Entertainment29 seconds at Cobra briefing/tantrum, raiding studio
An Officer and a Viperman5 seconds standing guard at Viper Academy
Season 2 Opening (DiC)1 second in footage created for DiC season 1 opening (0:28)
Kindergarten Commandos31 seconds2 linestorching schoolbooks, flying Battle Copters to leave warehouse, captured
Cobra World60 seconds surrounding Joes, in mascot costume at parade, attacking Fort Hobbs, melting gold, in Battle Copter
The Legend of Metal-Head5 seconds seen in flashback

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1991    
Version 1: spring 1991 Wave 1 carded figure assortment
Cobra Flamethrower
  • head: Incinerator (91)
  • arms: Incinerator (91)
  • torso: Incinerator (91)
  • waist: Incinerator (91)
  • legs: Incinerator (91)
Accessories: silver flamethrower with forward grip and peg on back for hose (new), silver three-piece catapult with rubber band (new), two clear orange spherical "flame" projectiles with groove for catapult (new), black fuel tank backpack with peg for hose (new), medium-length black hose (common).
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.