Series: Twenty Four (2008)
Scarlett (v9) was released with the first wave of comic packs in 2008 celebrating the 25th Anniversary of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. The pack also included G.I. Joe Hawk, a reprint of issue 1 of the Marvel series, and a mail-in redemption offer for "Operation: Rescue Doc".
Scarlett (v9) came with a yellow belt, two-part silver crossbow, a silver pistol, and a black display stand.
Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia
Primary Specialty: Intelligence
Secondary Specialty: Classified
Scarlett's father and three brothers were martial arts instructors. She began her training at age 9 and was awarded her first black belt at age 15. Graudated: Advanced Infantry Training and Ranger School. Special Ed.: Covert Ops School; Marine Sniper School; Special Air Service School; Marine Tae Kwan Do Symposium; Qualified Expert: M-14; M-16; M-1911A1; M-79; M-3A1; M-700 (Remington Sniper Rifle); Mac-10; XK-1 Power Crossbow; Throwing Stars; Garotte; Ka-Bar.
"Scarlett is confident and resilient...it's remarkable that a person so deadly can still retain a sense of humor."
Some versions of Scarlett (v9) came with a backpack peg while others did not.
Scarlett (v9) was created using the body of Scarlett (v8) (2007).
Versions of Scarlett
In 2002, Scarlett was renamed "Agent Scarlett," renamed Scarlett in 2004, and went back to Agent Scarlett for a 2005 release. So while there are multiple names, they are all based on the character "Scarlett."
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