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Voltar











Previous character: Hydro-Viper
Next character: Road Pig

 

Animated Appearances

To my knowledge, Voltar was never animated.

Headcanon

Victor Sicari, born March 15, 1948, in Catania, Sicily. His early history as a mercenary is similar to Major Bludd's, but with activity exclusive to the European continent and Latin America, and with a greater gift for command as a result of courage and determination. Selected by Destro in April 1985 to help lead the Iron Grenadiers as they separated from Cobra. His appearance is represented by Version 1.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1988 (Iron Grenadiers)    
Version 1: 1988 regular carded assortment
Fig. #0169: Destro's General
  • head: Voltar (88)
  • arms: Voltar (88)
  • torso: Voltar (88)
  • waist: Voltar (88)
  • legs: Voltar (88)
Accessories: gold backpack (new, with thick antenna); gold rifle (new, modified Uzi); black Andean condor (new, red head, feet may break)
Voltar was an extremely successful mercenary commander. In fact, he was too successful for his continued presence to be tolerated by the provisional governments, revolutionary councils, and military dictatorships that employed him. He could pluck victory from seeming imminent defeat in complete defiance of the odds, always just one step ahead of disaster, never looking back. Winners never look back.
"He has that quality I admire most in a general. You know that Napoleonic anecdote? The Marshalls of France were extolling the tactical prowess of a certain young commander. The Little Corporal cut them off tersely, 'All very well and good, but tell me one thing; is he LUCKY?'"—DESTRO.
Toy Notes: Item #6520.
Re-releases: Also carded in a Target-exclusive Ultimate Enemies two-pack with Muskrat (88). This two-pack is considered a hard-to-find item. A slightly different version of Voltar was released in Brazil.