SPLIT FIRE DRIVER
Series: Nineteen (2003)
Rampage was released as part of the nineteenth series (2003), boxed as the driver for the Split Fire.
It was common practice for Hasbro to name and/or sculpt G.I.Joe characters after real-life individuals. Rampage was given the real name "Walter McDaniel" - a comic book artist who has done work for Hasbro with G.I.Joe box and package art.
Rampage came with no accessories.
Grade: E-6 (Sergeant)
Birthplace: St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
Primary Specialty: Infantry
Secondary Specialty: Counter-Intelligence
Motto: "You can tell BEACHHEAD and RAMPAGE are old friends. They're both self-assured and self-reliant. They even dress alike a lot of the time."
No variations of Rampage (v2) are known to exist.
Versions of Rampage
Note that the first version of Rampage has a file name of "Sherman R. Guderian," which actually makes that figure a version of "Heavy Metal" (1985).
Reference InformationThe below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Rampage (v2).
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