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Bullet-Proof is a G.I. Joe character from the A Real American Hero series.
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Among the Joes, there is one man who has dedicated himself to the eradication of illegal narcotics. Bullet-Proof has proven himself, time and time again, that he is willing to go as far as he could in what has become his personal war. Back when he was a field agent for the D.E.A., he worked in just about every known cartel hotspots. His dogged determination has, thus far, spared him from any injury in the many raids and strikes he had conducted that his chosen code name is apt.

He may have met his match in the drug dealer known as the Headman, who has taken his narcotics operations to new heights by forming a paramilitary element. Bullet-Proof won't let that fact stop him as he gets the cooperation of the military to let him commandeer a special team stop him.



A Real American Hero continuity

Marvel Comics continuity
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Devil's Due Comics continuity
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Animated continuity

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Generation 1
Bullet-Proof 1992 Drug Elimination Force (1992)

Bullet-Proof is a part of the Drug Elimination Force set that was released in the 1992 series of A Real American Hero toys.

Appearance: black flat-top hair; green shirt and pants with beige urban camo; beige diagonal strap, gloves, and boots

Accessories: soft, tall, green helmet and removable curved mouthpiece; green pouch backpack with sculpted gasmask and canteen; green submachine gun with long, hollow stock and curved magazine; transparent green, spring-loaded, double-barreled cannon with black trigger; green missile. page/Filecard

Bullet-Proof 1993 Battle Corps (1993)

Another action figure followed in 1993 with slightly different colors and no longer sold as the D.E.F. set but as part of the whole Battle Corps set.

Appearance: black flat-top hair; green shirt and pants with beige urban camo; yellow diagonal strap, gloves, and boots

Accessories: green helmet with attached mic; green rifle; opaque green spring-loaded missile launcher; green missile; green figure stand. page/Filecard


  • Bullet-Proof's 1993 figure was originally meant to be part of the D.E.F. set, but was moved to the Battle Corps when that subset was cancelled.
  • Bullet-Proof was the team leader of both the D.E.F. and the Battle Corps. That guy got around!

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