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Nemesis Enforcer

(aka Nemesis Immortal)









Previous character: Golobulus
Next character: Royal Guard

 

Animated Appearances

Sunbow VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
Peter Cullen5285 seconds0 (vocalizations only)0

Notes: Sunbow's Nemesis Enforcer was quite different from the 1987 design. He had normal eyes, no scales on his armor, bare upper arms, and large talons extending from his gloves. (These differences are reflected in the 2008 version.) He had only the large bat wings and not the tentacles.

 

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Headcanon

Life began October 14, 46 B.C. Created by Golobulus to secure his acquisition of the throne, and still considered his finest work. His first mission to the human world was to eavesdrop on their mythological tales, from which Golobulus could create a proud and fantastic history for Cobra-La as a ground for loyalty and unity under his rule. Nemesis Enforcer was seen by a young Virgil in either Milan or Rome, during the future poet's study of astronomy. Virgil used this apparition as the basis for the harpy Celaeno ("the dark"). His appearance is represented by Version 2.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1987 (Cobra-La) 2. 2008 (Comic #8)  
Version 1: 1987 Cobra-La three-pack
Fig. #0133: Cobra-La Team
  • head: Nemesis Enforcer (87)
  • arms: Nemesis Enforcer (87)
  • torso: Nemesis Enforcer (87)
  • waist: Nemesis Enforcer (87)
  • legs: Nemesis Enforcer (87)
Accessories: grey backpack (new, with bat wings); bright green backpack (new, with tentacles)
They say in Cobra-La that Golobulus raised the Nemesis Enforcer from a pile of dead things and that where his soul should be there is nothing but emptiness. His leathern wings have beat across the night skies since before the ice age as he tirelessly carried out the dark will of his master and creator. Fleeting glimpses of his sinister form gave rise to legends of vampires, harpies, and countless other things that go bump in the night . . .
"He can glide silently and land without a sound. He is the other presence in the pitch-black room. He is the lurker in the dark, just outside your bedroom window. He rattles the garbage cans and makes your floors creak. He is the dread that stands behind you in the dark and dares you to turn and face him!"
Toy Notes: Carded in a three-pack with Nemesis Enforcer (87) and Royal Guard (87). Item #6141. Reportedly a Toys 'R Us exclusive a few months before general release. The prototype shown in the 1987 insert catalog and in the character art had different face details and green trim instead of cream.
Version 2: 2008 Wave 5 comic two-pack assortment
Fig. #1308: Cobra-La Soldier
  • head: Nemesis Immortal (08)
  • arms: Nemesis Immortal (08)
  • body: Serpentor (07, 08/I, 08/II), Nemesis Immortal (08)
  • legs: Nemesis Immortal (08)
Accessories: red vest (new, with white armor on shoulders) red backpack (new, U-shaped) with attaching blue bat-wings (new, huge and veiny); green tentacle backpack (new, with suction-cup tips); red belt (new, with embossed tentacles); black Cobra figure stand
They say in Cobra-La that GOLOBULUS raised the NEMESIS IMMORTAL from a pile of dead things, and that where his soul should be, there is nothing but emptiness. His leathery wings have beat across the night skies since before the Ice Age, as he tirelessly carried out the dark will of his master. Fleeting glimpses of his sinister form have given rise to legends of vampires, harpies, and countless other things that go bump in the night.
"He can glide silently and land without a sound. He is the other presence in the pitch-black room. He is the lurker in the dark, just outside your bedroom. He rattles the garbage cans and makes your floors creak. He is the dread that stands behind you in the dark and dares you to turn and face him."
Toy Notes: Carded in a two-pack with Lt. Falcon (08) and an original comic (#8). Item #31523.