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YoJoe ID: 118-HAF-1993-ROCKNROL-04

Series: Twelve (1993)

Rock 'N Roll (version 4) was released carded as part of the twelfth series (1993) as part of the Star Brigade: Armor Tech subset.

He was discontinued domestically in 1994.

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Rock 'N Roll came with three yellow guns, a yellow machete, a silver helmet, a silver missile launcher that mounted on his shoulder (spring loaded, actually fired), two yellow missiles, and a yellow figure stand.

Except for the missile launcher and helmet, all of Rock 'N Roll's accessories came attached to one plastic "tree." The accessories were removed from the tree.

Packaging Information

Filecard Information

File Name: McConnel, Craig S.
SN: 989-1314-CM53
Grade: E-4
Birthplace: Malibu, California
Primary Specialty: Cybernetic Heavy Weapons Specialist
Secondary Specialty: PT Instructor (Physical Training)
Motto: "Toasting marshmallows or roasting Cobra B.A.A.T.'s, it's tough to decide which is more fun."

ROCK 'N ROLL has served with the G.I. Joe team since its inception and has been constantly updating his equipment and skills. When he heard DUKE was recruiting members for the Star Brigade force, Rock 'n Roll jumped at the chance to fight in space and be outfitted with the latest battle-armor technology. No other Star Brigade member uses his bio-integrated, Robotic Battle Armor quite like Rock 'n Roll. He braves laser fire, jumps on live grenades, and even chases Cobra B.A.A.T.'s right into the sun to capture them (and to toast an occasional marshmallow on the end of his laser rifle).


Some later versions of Rock 'n Roll (v4) came with a set of purple accessories instead of yellow. Rock 'n Roll with the purple accessories is slightly harder to find than the one with yellow accessories.

Body Construction

Like other Armor-Tech figures, Rock 'N Roll had very limited articulation. There is no "backpack screw" in the back of the figure, so the figure cannot be opened using a screw driver.

Rock N Roll shares the same legs with Heavy Duty (v2), arms with General Hawk (v4) and Robo-Joe. Rock 'N Roll's torso and head are unique.

International Releases

In Canada, Rock 'N Roll was released in dual-language packaging.

Reference Information

The below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Rock 'n Roll (v4).

Original Retail: n/a
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Lee's Guide: n/a
The Ultimate Guide: n/a
Desimone Guide: #453
Tomart's Guide: n/a
RAHC/Rank & File: n/a
Action Figure Archive Guide: n/a