G.I. Joe vs. Transformers
Nemesis Enforcer occupied a cocoon until many years later Colton escaped and Cobra-La was invaded by Hawk, Flint and Optimus Prime. Golobulus ordered Pythona to awaken the Enforcer, who attacked Colton. However the original Joe cut off the Enforcer's right wing. The two battled on the ground and Colton was subdued, but he appealed to Pythona's compassion to save the human race and she stabbed the Enforcer in the back, slaying him.
Hasbro Comics continuity
In Comic Pack Issue #8, Lt. Falcon vs. Nemesis Enforcer: Showdown at the Top of the World, Lt. Falcon is seen carrying a wounded Dusty to the Tomahawk with Nemesis Enforcer hot on his heals. After making it to the Tomahawk, Falcon decides to stay behind and fight Nemesis Enforcer so the Tomahawk can evacuate with Dusty. After a brief firefight, Falcon makes it to a hidden weapons cache and throws a M-15 Phosphorous Grenade (Willy-Pete) at Nemesis Enforcer, who flies away to put out the flames. Falcon makes his way to a series of caves, and discovers his radio doesn't work. He leaves it behind to use as a beacon and soon finds himself face-to-face with a badly scarred Nemesis Enforcer. After a brief, but brutal, fistfight, Falcon makes his escape from the caves and runs into the Tomahawk, which honed in on Falcon's position using the beacon. Falcon orders the Tomahawk to lock onto the beacon and fire missiles at it, which in turn detonates on a unsuspecting Nemesis Enforcer.
Animated continuity - Sunbow
In G.I. Joe: The Movie he is the elite guard that protects Golobulus. He does not speak, but rather has a grunt. He is a humanoid with large wings, capable of flight. He is seen in the final battle fighting against Sgt. Slaughter. He ultimately meets his doom at the hands of Sgt. Slaughter when he gets thrown into a spike walled pit, unable to fly out as Slaughter had broken one of his wings.
|A Real American Hero (1987)
|Nemesis Enforcer was re-released in the G3 line in 2008, and came with Lt. Falcon. Although renamed Nemesis Immortal, Nemesis Immortal and Nemesis Enforcer are the same character. The name change is more than likely the result of a trademark issue.|
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