Repeater, perhaps, is one of the oldest soldiers to serve in the G.I. Joe Team. Having served close to twenty years in the Army, he never rose above the rank of Staff Sergeant. He has never shown any interest in assuming a command position. Although he has been overlooked for promotion, Repeater has nonetheless earned the respect of his commanding officers; they know that they can count on him to provide cover support for the men in his unit. He may be old and jaded by what he sees in the field, but it's not to the point where his comrades would be put off. In fact, they really enjoy his company.
A Real American Hero comics continuity
Marvel Comics continuity
Devil's Due Comics continuity
|A Real American Hero (1988)
Repeater was among the lineup of single-carded action figures for the year 1988. The figure used an entirely new mold.
Appearance: beige cap; black hair; beige short-sleeved shirt with black urban camouflage; green vest; beige,urban-camo pants with green belt; black left half-glove
Accessories: large, olive-green pouch backpack with roll on top; flat, black machine gun with handle on rear and hole for base; black base attaching to gun and to the figure's belt.
|Night Force (1989)
Appearance: green cap; black hair; black short-sleeved shirt; green vest; brown pants with green belt; black left half-glove
Accessories: same as 1988 version, molded in black.
- Working names: Graze-Fire, Reaper-Man, Mower.