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Robo-JOE



File Name: Greg D. Scott of Casper, Wyoming.
Grade: Army E-3 (1993)
SN: 23H-1436-59
Notes: Casper is in the east central part of the state, about 175 miles northwest of Cheyenne. Greg Scott was also the name of a Marvel comic book artist, though Robo-JOE did not appear in the comic.



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Animated Appearances

To my knowledge, Robo-JOE was never animated.

Headcanon

Born October 1, 1960. Robo-JOE joined the Joe Team in March 1989 but participated only in select space missions and some Headquarters-based lab operations before the team was disbanded in December of that year. He was not recalled when the Joes were reactivated in 1991. His appearance was represented by Version 1.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1993 (Mega-Monsters)    
Version 1: 1993 Star Brigade Armor-Tech premium carded assortment, #1
Fig. #0395: Jet-tech Operations ExpertMOS 1: Criminal Termination
MOS 2: Outlaw Incarceration
  • head: Robo-JOE (93)
  • arms: Robo-JOE (93), Rock 'n Roll (93)
  • body: Robo-JOE (93)
  • legs: Robo-JOE (93), Duke (93/II), Gen. Hawk (93/I)
Accessories: black space helmet (new, solid and crested); gold shotgun (88 Muskrat's M4 Super 90); gold machine gun (91 Grunt's); gold submachine gun (91 Tracker's MP5K); orange spring missile launcher (shared with Rock 'n Roll, round shoulder-mounted with gold trigger); two gold missiles (common for 93 Joes); gold machete (88 Muskrat's); gold figure stand
Greg Scott—a scientific engineering genius—was working in his laboratory one night on top-secret plans for Robotic Battle Armor suits needed to fight Cobra in space. Suddenly the lab was raided by DESTRO who managed to capture some of the plans and fatally wound the young inventor—leaving him a shattered shell of a man. G.I. Joe scientists used the remaining plans to rebuild his broken body, and ROBO-J.O.E. was born with a permanently integrated bio-armor space suit linked with silicon wires, computer chips, and muscle tissue! Now this powerful half-man/half-robot fights along side his Star Brigade teammates seeking justice and revenge on Destro. He doesn't design Robotic Battle Armor anymore; he IS it!"
Motto: "I am stronger. I am faster. I am ROBO-J.O.E.!"
Toy Notes: Item #81107. The filecard text draws ideas from The Six Million Dollar Man and RoboCop. (The third RoboCop movie was released in November 1993.)