Series: Seven (1988)
Voltar was first released carded as part of the seventh series (1988). He was also sold in 1989 and was discontinued domestically in 1990.
Voltar was also available in 1988 carded with Muskrat in a Target exclusive "Ultimate Enemies" two-pack.
Voltar came with a gold high frequency communications backpack, gold modified uzi submachine gun, and a black condor.
Voltar was an extremely success mercenary commander. In fact, he was too successful for his continues presence to be tolerated by the provisional governments, revolutionary councils and military dictatorships that employed him. He could pluck victory from seemingly imminent defeat in complete defiance of the odds, always just one step ahead of disaster, never looking back. Winners never look back.
"He has that quality I admire most in a general. You know that Napoleonic anecdote? The Marshalls of France were extolling the tactical prowess of a certain young commander. The Little Corporal cut them off tersely, 'All very well and good, but tell me one thing; is he LUCKY?'" - DESTRO
As a Target Exclusive, Voltar was sold with Muskrat in an "Ultimate Enemies" two-pack.
No variations of the actual Voltar figure are known to exist.
Voltar's body is completely original - all new body parts.
Reference InformationThe below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Voltar (v1).
Original Retail: $2.55, $4.19 (Ultimate Enemies)
Product Number: 6520, 6699 (Ultimate Enemies)
Lee's Guide: GIJ-88001
The Ultimate Guide: Pg. 117 (1st Ed.), Pg. 172 (2nd Ed.)
Desimone Guide: #202
Tomart's Guide: #GI5884, #GI5886 (Ultimate Enemies)
RAHC/Rank & File: n/a
Action Figure Archive Guide: n/a