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Motor Viper










chronological: Serpentor<< Motor Viper >>Thrasher
alphabetical: Moray<< Motor Viper >>Munitia

 

Animated Appearances

Sunbow VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
Various14333 seconds2065

Notes: Sunbow's Motor Vipers wore the 1986 outfit, with no dark blue patches on the pants, and with visors usually smaller than on the figure. A Motor Viper is the only character to swear in the Movie, as "What the hell is that?" can be clearly heard when the Stuns fall under attack by P.A.C./R.A.T.s.

 

Arise Serpentor Arise Part 131 seconds controlling B.A.T.s; driving Stuns against Joe HQ
Arise Serpentor Arise Part 216 seconds driving Stuns in Paris
Arise Serpentor Arise Part 49 seconds1 linedriving Stuns to search for Sgt. Slaughter and patrol Cobra Island
Arise Serpentor Arise Part 527 seconds1 linedriving Stuns in Washington DC battles
The Million Dollar Medic3 seconds driving Stuns against Joe HQ
Glamour Girls16 seconds1 linedriving Stuns to attack Flint's team
The Spy Who Rooked Me68 seconds5 linesdriving Stuns to attack Joes; in underground base; at Night Raven site
My Brother's Keeper11 seconds1 linedriving Stuns to chase Dial-Tone and Low-Light
The Most Dangerous Thing in the World48 seconds10 linesattacking lab and Joe HQ in submarine tanks and Stuns and on foot
Nightmare Assault2 seconds in Stun outside Terror Drome (3:18-19)
Sins of Our Fathers11 seconds driving Stuns to attack Destro's creature
G.I. Joe: The Movie, Part 161 seconds1 linein Stuns to patrol Cobra Island and to attack Joes in Himalayas
G.I. Joe: The Movie, Part 218 seconds captured by Cobra-La
G.I. Joe: The Movie, Part 412 seconds driving Stuns out of ice dome, against Renegades, and at lab battle

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1986 (Stun)    
Version 1: spring 1986 boxed Cobra Stun vehicle
Cobra Stun Pilot
  • head: Motor Viper (86)
  • arms: Motor Viper (86), Airwave (90)
  • torso: Motor Viper (86), Airwave (90)
  • waist: Motor Viper (86), Airwave (90)
  • legs: Motor Viper (86), Airwave (90)
Accessories: none
The Motor-Viper Corps attracts the type of individual who, without the benefit of an education and ambition, might have joined the Dreadnoks. The Cobra Recon and Perimeter Defense Forces are disciplined, efficient, and highly motivated in the manner of all elite groups. This is fairly surprising, seeing that the Force seems to be comprised of the type that enjoys driving high speeds and finds amusement in danger.
"As far as we can figure, the Motor-Vipers don't get paid any better than the Ground-Vipers or Sea-Vipers, nor do they receive any special privileges or benefits. They have their own distinctive uniform but it's no flashier than the rest. Why then, would a Cobra volunteer for such an obviously hazardous duty unless it was the danger itself that appealed to him?"
Toy Notes: Item #6041.
Reissues: Reissued in mail offers 1988-1992 (North Atlantic, Operation Deep Six, Escape from Doom, Terror on the Tundra).