Blaster is a man obsessed with hovercrafts. No, not the cushion air type with a rubber ring around the vehicle but, rather, the air car-type. It was an obsession that started at age thirteen and an issue of Popular Mechanics. Intrigued with the machine's ability to float under the power of a vacuum cleaner, he sought to make more powerful motors and find practical uses for these machines. He actually owns the patents to several designs but the world just isn't ready for his hovercrafts. However, the machines could provide ground and semi-air support that he got the military to listen to him. More than any other G.I. Joe vehicle operator, he likes to push his machine past beyond its limits.
A Real American Hero comics continuity - Marvel
|Battle Force 2000 (1987)
Blaster was individually carded as part of the Battle Force 2000 subset of G.I. Joe at the very end of 1987. In 1988 he was available carded in a special two-pack with Avalanche and was discontinued the following year.
Appearance: green helmet with blue trim; green short-sleeved shirt with yellow and dark green camouflage chest panel; blue left wristband; gloves blue on left hand, black on right hand; green pants with black belt; yellow and dark green camouflage boots
Accessories: green face mask over nose and mouth; boxy silver DK-528 laser gun with handle on top.
- Blaster was animated only for commercials.