Stalker is among the number of characters of the original 1982 series of A Real American Hero toys. The original version had straight bicep arms. A year later, he was given the swivel arm design which allowed his biceps to rotate.
Appearance: Black moustache; dark green beret; green camouflage outfit with black straps.
The year 1989 brought back a number of familiar characters back into circulation, Stalker included. Not content to be merely a ranger, he's a tundra ranger.
Appearance: black hair and mustache; off-white cap and shirt with brown camouflage; green scarf; white coat with red and yellow details on chest; off-white gloves; light green pants with brown camouflage; green belt; brown boots
Accessories: soft, white face mask, solid in front; white kayak backpack with removable arm and counterweight; white rifle with scope, lateral T-shaped stock, and angled grip and magazine; gold machine gun with handle for kayak; light grey knife with notched tip; white two-sided oar.
The carded characters of 1982 are collected in the Stars and Stripes Forever pack commemorating the 15th anniversary of the A Real American Hero line. Stalker was recolored for this set and came with the same accessories.
The relaunch of G.I. Joe featured carded two-packs that included one Joe and one Cobra. Beginning from this series, Stalker was renamed as Sgt. Stalker and in a rivalry with Neo-Viper Commander. Sgt. Stalker was also sold in a single-pack. Yet another version with different coloring is released much later packaged with Zartan.
Sgt. Stalker is featured in yet another Comic Pack but this one was initially available Direct-to-Consumer via online vendors but later available in Toys R Us stores. This was a special Comic Pack that featured a copy of G.I. Joe #26 and the characters in the pack reflected the content of the story. For this pack, Sgt. Stalker was named as his real name Lonzo R. Wilkinson to reflect his pre-G.I. Joe days as are Classified man and Thomas Arashikage.