Stanley R. Perlmutter
|Grade / Rank|
Animal control and utilization; Infantry; Covert operations
Jungle Warfare Training Center; Special Ops School
|1st Comic Appearance|
|1st Toon Appearance|
Mutt is a complete natural with animals. Once he is able to truly connect with the trained dogs, he very much only needs the barest of commands for them to do his bidding. This ability has come to the point where it has become more easier for other people to get along with his dog trainees than it is with him. This trait of his was honed since he was a child growing up surrounded with many pets. At one point, he even foiled a burglary by being able to keep his pet dogs from revealing their presence to the intruder until the crook was completely surrounded.
Of all the dogs he has trained over the years, Junkyard is the one who he has connected to with the most. Together, Mutt proves he's not man's best friend but dogs'.
A Real American Hero continuity
Marvel Comics continuity
Devil's Due Comics continuity
G.I. Joe vs. Transformers
Action Force (British) Comics continuity
Blackthorne Comics continuity
Dreamwave Comics continuity
Hasbro Comics continuity
Sunbow animated series
DiC animated series
|A Real American Hero (1984)
Appearance: black hair and mustache; green short-sleeved shirt with open collar; green pants; brown vest with red straps; brown kneepads, holster, and boots; black glove on left hand.
Accessories: black goggled helmet (with or without holes); black airmask; black Ingram MAC-11 machine pistol with silencer; black baton with small strap; smooth, black leash; black dog with brown belly, named Junkyard.
Variations: The brown paint on Junkyard's belly varied in thickness. In the 1984 catalog and commercials, Mutt's handheld accessories were light green.
|Slaughter's Marauders (1989)
Appearance: brown hair and mustache; open-collared, short-sleeved shirt striped brown and yellow-green; blue vest; pants striped dark green, yellow-green, dark green, and brown; black belt, boots, and glove on left hand
Accessories: all the same accessories as the previous release, done in solid black; even Junkyard's brown belly was now black
|Drug Elimination Force (1992)
Appearance: black hair and mustache; black helmet; green shirt with blue vest and light brown wristbands; black gloves; yellow-green pants with black belt and boots and light brown shin guards
Accessories: thick, black auto pistol; square, transparent blue spring-loaded net launcher; green net attached to two black missiles and two round counterweights; all-black dog named Junkyard.
|Battle Corps (1993)
Appearance: black hair and mustache; black helmet; green shirt with neon orange vest and light brown wristbands; black gloves; blue pants with black belt and boots and light brown shin guards
Accessories: black pistol; black "Headman" rifle; opaque red "Headman" spring-loaded missile launcher; gold "Headman" missile; black dog named Junkyard; black figure stand.
|Tiger Force - Dreadnok Rampage (2004)
A repaint of the D.E.F. Mutt design was designated as a Tiger Force member for the limited convention exclusive, the Dreadnok Rampage pack. In keeping with the Devil's Due published comics, Mutt is paired with Junkyard II, the offspring of the original Junkyard.
|Anti-Venom Task Force (2004)
The original action figure mold from 1984 is re-used for the Toys R Us exclusive pack, the Anti-Venom Task Force. The file card makes no mention the dog being Junkyard II.
- Working name for the Mutt figure was "Dog-Face" - a reference to how his facemask looks like a canine snout.