CPL. BREAKER (v1)
Series: Twenty Four (2008)
Cpl. Breaker was released with the second wave of comic packs in 2008 celebrating the 25th Anniversary of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. The pack also included Destro (v17), a reprint of issue 14 of the Marvel series, and a mail-in redemption offer for "Operation: Rescue Doc".
Cpl. Breaker was rereleased boxed with the RAM Cycle in the first mass retail wave of vehicles in 2008. The set also included Tele-Viper (v6) and the Flight Pod.
The comic pack release of Cpl. Breaker came with a green helmet, black and green webgear, a green backpack, a black headset that attached to the helmet and backpack, a spherical "bubble gum bubble" that attached to the headset, two black pistols, and a black display stand.
The vehicle release of Cpl. Breaker came with a green helmet, black webgear, a black pistol, and a black display stand. See Variations below.
Birthplace: Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Primary Specialty: Infantry
Secondary Specialty: Communications Technology
CPL. BREAKER is the GI JOE team's communications expert, making him the crucial link between the battlefield and headquarters. He's familiar with battlefield technology that helps the team monitor COBRA activity. CPL. BREAKER is familiar with all NATO and Warsaw Pact communications gear as well as most world export devices. Specialized Education: Signal School; Covert Electronics; Project Gamma. Qualified Expert: M-16; M-1911A1; MAC-10 (Ingram). Classified: Speaks seven languages.
"He's efficient and self-assured and has an uncanny ability to turn adverse situations to his favor."
Cpl. Breaker was available in a comic pack or boxed with the RAM Cycle and Flight Pod with different gear.
The initial vehicle releases of Cpl. Breaker came with lower arms from Duke (v23) (2007). Later releases replaced these with lower arms from Duke (v28) (2008).
Versions of Breaker
In 2008 Breaker was renamed "Cpl. Breaker." So while there are several names, they are all based on the character "Breaker." Note that while some Breakers have a file name of Alvin Kibbey and some have a file name of Abel Shaz, all seemed to be based on the same character.
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