Series: Fourteen (1997)
Stalker came with a black submachine gun and a green backpack.
SN: RA 725-05-4399
Birthplace: Detroit, MI
Primary Specialty: Infantry
Secondary Specialty: Medic/Interpreter
Motto: "Follow me, and I'll lead you to victory."
Stalker was a member of a street gang prior to his enlistment. He was a member of the same Long Range Recon Patrol as Snake-Eyes and Storm Shadow, in Southeast Asia. As one of the original G.I. JOE team members, he had many successful campaigns against COBRA. He's a take charge kind of guy - intelligent, perceptive, and remains composed under stressful situations. When the government closed down the G.I. JOE program, he decided to return to his hometown to give something back to the community. Stalker established a gang intervention program to clean up the streets. He received word that the team was re-organizing its original members, and decided to return along with his comrades.
After the Team's first encounter with COBRA Forces, they found a suitable location and in the tradition of the men and women who served their country before them, raised the flag in their honor, and declared - STARS and STRIPES FOREVER!
FROM GENERAL HAWK'S FILES: "He has the experience and the knowledge to handle touch situations. Stalker seems to have the reflexes of a jungle cat, like he almost knows what his opponents are going to do, before they do it. I call that skill, he calls it being perceptive. Very dedicated and a true asset to our ranks. He works best under stress, his mind is like a steel trap - with really sharp teeth. I feel sorry for the enemy that sticks their foot in."
No variations of Stalker (v6) are known to exist.
Stalker (version 6) is a complete repaint made from the original Stalker (1982).
Note that the figure's head only turns left and right - it does not allow the head to look up and down.
Versions of Stalker
In 2002, Stalker was renamed "Sgt. Stalker." So while there are several names, they are all based on the character "Stalker."
In 2006, a Lonzo R. Wilkinson figure was released, showing Stalker from his years prior to G.I.Joe.
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