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Mace



File Name: Thomas S. Bowman of Denver, Colorado.
Grade: Army E-8 (1993)
SN: 463-NH-739D
Notes: Denver is in the north central part of the state, with Buckley Air Force Base in the vicinity. Denver is also the hometown of Hawk.



chronological: Nitro-Viper<< Mace >>Long Arm
alphabetical: Low-Light<< Mace >>Mainframe

 

Animated Appearances

To my knowledge, Mace was never animated.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1993 (Battle Corps)    
Version 1: late summer 1993 Battle Corps Wave 4 carded figure assortment, #29
Undercover OperativeMOS 1: Undercover Surveillance
MOS 2: Intelligence
  • head: Mace (93)
  • arms: Mace (93)
  • torso: Mace (93), Double Clutch (04), Steeler (04)
  • waist: Mace (93), Double Clutch (04), Steeler (04)
  • legs: Mace (93), Double Clutch (04), Steeler (04)
Accessories: orange-yellow pistol (90 Updraft's), orange-yellow submachine gun (92 Shockwave's), orange-yellow rifle (90 Ambush's), small black shoulder-mounted spring missile box with black trigger (new), two orange-yellow spring missiles (93 Payload's), orange-yellow knife (91 Low-Light's), orange-yellow round full-head helmet with L-shaped side mount for missile box (new), orange-yellow figure stand (common).
After years of undercover work gaining the trust of high-level criminals, MACE has managed to infiltrate some of the largest crime syndicates in the world. While concealing his true identity, he leaks valuable information to his Battle Corps partners who use the information to raid crime warehouses and bust unsuspecting Cobra villains. Every day Mace stays undercover, his life is in jeopardy. But to him, no risk is too great to continue the war against crime and to protect the innocent. From the Colorado Rockies to the shores of Tripoli, Mace is always ready to fight for what's right!
Motto: "I always have the last laugh on Cobra criminals, right after I lock them up!"
Toy Notes: Featured in the Shark 9000 commercial. 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 #6758.