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Mirage is a G.I. Joe character from the A Real American Hero and G.I. Joe vs.Cobra series.
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A Real American Hero comics continuity

Devil's Due Comics continuity

Mirage leads a three-man Greenshirt team in the town of New Moon, Colorado, a suspected Cobra front. When one of the Greenshirts, Julie Haun, is critically wounded, Thomas Stall begins to panic. Mirage instructs the recruit to provide cover while he tries to steal a vehicle, but Stall breaks cover and draws the attention of their pursuers, leading to the death of his third teammate, Curtis Letson. As they run for extraction, Mirage angrily tells Stall to keep his head in the game, that they could worry about what went wrong later.[1] When the helicopter crashes, the Joes are forced to retreat on the ground. When their van crashes, Stall is thrown from the vehicle and shot in the arm by a Cobra sniper. Mirage orders him up and back into the van, telling him to stop his whining. After making their escape, Stall is informed he'll have to spend the night at Fort Riley, Kansas, because he isn't yet cleared to see the Joe Headquarters. When Stall asks whether or not he'd be facing charges, Mirage calls him "a childish inattentive mess of soldier, an arrogant blemish on a family of career military men and the last person in the world I'd trust my life to" before wishing him luck and walking off.[2]


Generation 1
Mirage 1993 Mega Marines (1993)

Mirage was introduced in 1993 as part of the Mega Marines subline of A Real American Hero toys.

Appearance: yellow hair; blue visor (glued on); olive green shirt with orange diagonal strap; blue armbands and gloves; olive green and black pants with blue belt, leg straps, and boots

Accessories: olive green "Cloudburst" submachine gun; olive green "'91 Flint" laser rifle; olive green "'93 Beach-Head" knife; light blue "Backblast" missile launcher with light blue trigger; two olive green "Backblast" missiles; light blue bio-armor mold; olive green figure stand. page/Filecard

G.I. Joe vs. Cobra (2002) page/Filecard
Spy Troops (2003) page/Filecard
Winter Operations (2005) page/Filecard


  • Mirage's birthplace of "Molsen" should actually be spelt "Molson."

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