To my knowledge, Shrage was never animated.
Joseph Shrage, born March 16, 1954, in Leipzig, East Germany. Shrage was the son of Holocaust survivors. When his parents emigrated to Israel in 1973, Joseph remained and enlisted in the National People's Army. His quiet excellence, unprecedented efficiency, and unquestioning eagerness to receive and follow orders eventually gained the notice of Soviet intelligence, and in 1980 he became one of the ten original members of the Oktober Guard. His appearance is represented by Version 1.
||1. 2005 (Comic #6)
|Version 1: 2005 Wave 1 comic three-pack assortment
|Fig. #1001: Oktober Guard Soldier||MOS 1: Infantry|
MOS 2: Battle Technician
- head: Shrage (05)
- arms: Headman (92, 02), Gen. Flagg (04), Shrage (05), Tomax (05), Xamot (05), Lt. Gorky (06)
- torso: Big Ben (91, 93, 01, 02/I, 02/II), Crossfire (01), Tracker Kwinn (04), Shrage (05), Rock 'n Roll (05)
- waist: Big Ben (91, 93, 01, 02/I, 02/II), Tracker Kwinn (04), Shrage (05)
- legs: Big Ben (91, 93, 01, 02/I, 02/II), Tracker Kwinn (04), Gen. Flagg (04), Shrage (05)
|Accessories: black assault rifle (02 Neo-Viper's AK-74); black machine gun (03 Torpedo's)
|SHRAGE is a true soldier, a man more comfortable on the battlefield than anywhere else. He's a man of actions rather than words. He's well known for his monosyllabic comments and protracted silences, but even better known for his reliability, determination, and courage. Fancy speeches mean little when you're chin-deep in a firefight and outnumbered by the enemy three to one. That's exactly when SHRAGE appears at your side to fight beside you until the very last round of ammo is gone. He's got a natural feel for battle tactics and can be relied on to figure a fast, clean way to get the job done.|
"Words are easy. How you fight, that's everything."
|Toy Notes: Carded in a three-pack with Col. Brekhov (05), Daina (05), and a reprint of Marvel #6. Item #60499.