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A Real American Hero comics continuity
The codename used by U.S. Army Sergeant Carl G. Shannon. As a child, Charbroil used to heat the pipes in his family's home in Blackduck, Minnesota, to keep them from freezing. As a teenager, he worked in mills, feeding coal into blast furnaces. When his army recruiter asked what type of job he was interested, he asked for something with open flames. He eventually became a flamethrower on the G.I. Joe team. On his first mission, he and several other new recruits fought to keep Cobra from claiming a newly formed island not far from the original Cobra Island. They barely stopped Cobra before the entire landmass sunk back beneath the ocean. Some time later, Charbroil, accompanied Airtight, Spearhead and Tunnel Rat into the sewers under New York City to neutralize nerve gas canisters installed there by Cobra. The gas turned out to be a diversion to stop the Joes from discovering Cobra's true mission in New York. Charbroil served on more missions with the Joes before the team was shut down in 1994. He was later called back to join the reinstated Joe team in its battle against the forces of a revived Serpentor on Cobra Island. After the Joe team stopped a plot by Cobra to unleash the weapon known as the Tempest, and defeated a new threat, the Red Shadows, the military again disbanded the team. One year later, the Joe team was reformed with a smaller roster of active members. Charbroil, like most former Joes, is a reserve member of the new team.
Marvel Comics continuity
Devil's Due Comics continuity
Action Force (British) Comics continuity
- Charbroil's filecard includes an early example of the attempt to include contemporary idioms in the writing, with the phrase "scary to the max." While the previous filecards had a more formal writing style, they don't become outdated as swiftly as attempts like this.
- Working names included Cinder, High-Flame and Bunsen.
- His prototype filecard included the line "Charbroil? You know, for a flame-thrower specialist, he's a pretty nice guy. Likeable. You gotta understand that a guy who carries a tank of jellied gasoline on his back isn't going to win no popularity contest in the middle of a firefight, but ol' Charbroil is all right. Got a lot of warmth."
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