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When driving high-tech armored fighting vehicles, it is often easy to get carried away and rely heavily on the new technology. Dodger may be considered a techno-nerd for his fascination with the latest in armored fighting technology the likes of which include night-vision, thermal imaging, Doppler radars and computer driven multi-mode displays. But to say that he depends on them is absolutely wrong. He has long been driving tanks and other tracked vehicles since way back that he relies more on guts and instinct to get by battlefield conditions.
A Real American Hero continuity
Marvel Comics continuity
Devil's Due Comics continuity
Action Force (British) Comics continuity
Hasbro Comics continuity
DiC animated series
|Battle Force 2000 (1987)|
Dodger 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 Knockdown and was discontinued the following year.
Appearance: green helmet with grey chinstrap; orange sleeveless shirt with green pockets and grey straps; green half-gloves; green pants with grey urban (T-shaped) camo; green boots with grey kneepads
Accessories: large silver mic attaching to helmet; silver Ultra-Sonic Photon rifle with spiked guard on rear grip, handle and scope on top.
|Sonic Fighters (1991)|
A Sonic Fighters version of Dodger was released in 1991. The action figure used the same body mold as his 1987 original.----
Appearance: blue-green helmet with chinstrap; blue-green sleeveless shirt with red pockets and gold straps; brown half-gloves; olive green pants with brown boots and grey kneepads