CRAIG "ROCK 'N ROLL" MCCONNELL (v7)
Series: Twenty One (2005)
Rock 'N Roll (v7) was released in a three pack as part of the twenty-first series (2005). Comic Pack #8 included Flash (v2), Rock N Roll (v7), and Short-Fuze (v4). Also included was a reprint of issue eight of the Marvel G.I. Joe comic book.
Rock 'N Roll (v7) came with a black machine gun, a black bipod, and a black backpack.
Birthplace: Malibu, California
Primary Specialty: Infantry
Secondary Specialty: PT Instructor
A former surfer and body-builder, ROCK 'N ROLL takes his role as the team automatic weapons specialist very seriously. It's his job to lay down the suppressive fire the allows his buddies to advance safely from one covered position to another. The combined weight of his weapon and ammunition is well over sixty pounds and that's not including his rucksack and body armor, which adds another fifty pounds to the total. ROCK 'N ROLL has to run with all that weight to keep up with the team and provide constant cover while staying totally alert to any sudden changes in the tactical situation. "If I don't stay in shape, I'm about as useless as a wetsuit on a frog", he says. He knows the team is depending on him to do his job and nothing is going to stop him from delivering a hundred percent.
"I don't even have to like you. I could even hate your guts. If you're on my team and you're calling for my help, I am there."
No variations of Craig "Rock 'n Roll" McConnell (v7) are known to exist.
Rock 'N Roll's torso and arms were originally used to make Big Ben 1991. The molds were also used in 1993 to create Big Ben (v2), in 2000 to create Big Ben (v3), in 2002 to create Big Ben (v4), and in 2004 to create Tracker Kwinn.
The chest was recolored and re-used in 2001 to create Crossfire and in 2005 to create Shrage.
Rock 'N Roll's legs were shared with General Hawk (1991), General Tomahawk (2000) and General Tomahawk (v2)& (2002), and also used to make Sgt. Stalker (v5) (2004) and General Abernathy (2004).
Rock 'N Roll's waist was shared with Roadblock (v2) (1986), Guile (1993), Guile (v2) (1993), Rock n Roll (v5) (1997) and Breaker (v2) (1997) and also used to make Sgt. Stalker (v5) (2004) and General Abernathy (v1) (2004).
Rock 'N Roll's head was an entirely new sculpt.
Versions of Rock 'n Roll
In 2008, Rock 'n Roll was renamed to "Ssgt. Rock 'n Roll." In 2009, he was renamed again to "Bench-Press." So while there are multiple names, they are all based on the character "Rock 'n Roll."
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