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Clean-Sweep is a G.I. Joe character from the A Real American Hero series.
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War is a messy business and a component of it has been the involvement of chemical warfare. The enemy is not afraid to use toxic weapons as part of their campaign and some of the chemicals used have a great persistence to stick around the area of effect. Clean-Sweep feels more than just a sense of duty to sanitize the affected area of any lingering presence of the lethal agents. To him, it is an obligation when these same chemicals start affecting the environment. To this end, he has compiled an extensive array of data in identifying the chemicals used and the counter-agents for neutralization. And when Cobra has started using toxic sludge weapons en masse, he has decided to declare war.

Fiction

A Real American Hero comics continuity

Marvel Comics continuity
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Devil's Due Comics continuity
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A Real American Hero animated continuity - DIC series

Voice actor: Don Brown

Toys

Generation 1
Clean-Sweep 1991 A Real American Hero (1991)

As with other action figures in 1991's Eco-Warriors subline of the A Real American Hero toys, parts of Clean-Sweep's action figure change color when splashed with color to simulate "battle damage".


Appearance: brown hair and mustache; yellow shirt with neon green tubing and brown gloves; yellow pants with neon green belt and brown boots

Accessories: soft, yellow full-head helmet with light blue visor and green trim; small, neon green tech backpack and detachable control panel arm; long, futuristic, neon green pistol with trigger distinct from grip; large yellow, water-shooting tread robot with removable neon green plunger; black figure stand.


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Trivia

  • The figure's instructions show that the figure's backpack was originally intended to have an antenna. Concept art in the catalog also shows a vastly different sludge-pump robot.
  • In the catalog, concept art appears instead of the actual figure, and Clean-Sweep is listed under the code name "Anti-Tox."

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