A Real American Hero continuity
Marvel Comics continuity
A member of Cobra, Croc Master is Cobra's reptile trainer. He has a pet alligator and wears a green scaled vest and boots and a black face mask that resembles an alligator's face.
When the Oktober Guard members Colonel Brekhov, Daina and Horrorshow intruded into Cobra Island, Croc Master sent a bunch of alligators against them, but Horrorshow fed them some chicken stuffed with grenades, and the explosive results greatly upset Croc Master. He then smelt the camo paint of Torpedo and Wet-Suit (who were following the Oktober Guard), so he went after Wet-Suit but, not knowing they were actually two, was knocked out from behind by Torpedo.
In the incarnation of a Marvel comic he appears in, his most prominent characteristic is his reluctance to take orders and submit to authority; as whoever is leading Cobra summons him and a Techno-Viper, he addresses them as his slaves, upon which Croc Master furiously snaps back "Your what!? Croc Master is no one's slave!"
Throughout some months, Croc Master finds cooking fires, but never finds who makes the fires. Croc Master applauds the cleverness of whoever has been living in the swamp without being caught, so he decides that as long as he keeps for himself and feeds off the little animals, it's nothing to bother about, and decides not to tell his Cobra superiors about it either, or they would think he isn't doing his job.
Croc Master was reunited with the other Cobra operatives for the reception and upcoming celebration of the Star-Viper's return, which was interrupted when an argument between "Cobra Commander" and Serpentor initiated a Civil War.
Croc Master brings his prisoners to Cobra Commander in a landlocked ship, and Billy argues that this Commander is actually Fred VII. During the argument, the real Commander arrives and seals all of them and other perceived traitors inside the ship, then buries the ship under a volcano. 
Devil's Due Comics continuity
Action Force (British) Comics continuity
Ballantine books continuity
|A Real American Hero (1987)
Croc Master was released on a single card in 1987, which ran until 1989.
Appearance: black face mask with red eyeholes and silver mouthpiece; green scaled vest and left wristband; silver right wristband and belt with croc's-eye buckle; black pants with green scaled holster
Accessories: tan whip; short, black spiked leash; olive-green alligator.
|A Real American Hero (2008)
- Despite being called "Croc Master", every version of Croc Master includes an alligator, which has a wide, short snout. Crocodiles feature a long, narrow snout.
- If you look closely on the right upper arm of Croc Master (2008 version), you can see a bite indent.