Befriending Sci-Fi is not a very hard thing to do. It's putting up with his obsession over electronics that makes people stay away from him. He has no sense of humor and would rather talk about the latest technology in integrated circuits and complex optics. However, when it comes to using his laser rifle, his teammates not only rely on him to hold his ground for the weapon to make its effect on the enemy, they trust him. His concentration is so intense that it would take an earthquake to knock him off his target.
- 1 Fiction
- 1.1 Comics
- 1.1.1 A Real American Hero continuity
- 1.1.2 G.I. Joe Reloaded
- 1.1.3 G.I. Joe vs. Transformers
- 1.1.4 Action Force (British) Comics continuity
- 1.1.5 Blackthorne Comics continuity
- 1.1.6 Dreamwave Comics continuity
- 1.1.7 Hasbro Comics continuity
- 1.2 Animated continuity
- 1.1 Comics
- 2 Toys
- 3 Merchandise
- 4 Trivia
- 5 See also
- 6 External links
- 7 Footnotes
A Real American Hero continuity
Marvel Comics continuity
Devil's Due Comics continuity
G.I. Joe Reloaded
G.I. Joe vs. Transformers
Action Force (British) Comics continuity
Sci-Fi had a reputation amongst his comrades for taking things slow and steady, but this was because a laser rifleman needs to maintain control. He was part of a team who tricked Tomax and Xamot into leading a team of B.A.T.s into Action Force's London base, both to test security and secure samples of B.A.T. technology, then part of a team on a mine clearing operation in the Persian Gulf who cam under attack from a Cobra Rattler but fought off the plane. Subsequently he was part of Action Force teams who were sent to recover a Northrop Grumman B2 bomber crew who crashed on an island with top secret information, who stopped Cobra obtaining a powerful laser driven by diamonds, For one mission he was rushed from Germany at high speed to cut the cables on a bomb defended by three Cobra B.A.T.s. He did so in the nick of time.
Blackthorne Comics continuity
Dreamwave Comics continuity
Hasbro Comics continuity
Sunbow animated series
- Voiced by Jerry Houser
He is first seen in Arise, Serpentor, Arise! (Part 1) next to Low-Light after the sniper one-ups Leatherneck and Wet-Suit on the rifle range.
He later watches Leatherneck get berated by a disguised Zarana in "Computer Complications", is captured with Lifeline in "Cobrathon", and is assigned by Sgt. Slaughter to prevent Cobra from completing an energy weapon in "My Brother's Keeper."
And he is also seen jumping out of an A.W.E. Striker when Cobra-La fighters appear in the 1987 film.
DiC animated series
Sigma 6 animated series
|A Real American Hero (1986)
Appearance: bright green and silver helmet; black visor; bright green shirt and pants; silver vest with green padding; black gloves; silver boots
Accessories: bright green backpack with clips on side for rifle; large black XH 86 LLOM beam laser rifle with peg for hose; standard long, black hose.
|A Real American Hero (1991)
A new Sci-Fi action figure was released for the year 1991. Like most of the carded action figures sold that year, he came with a spring-loaded missile launcher.
Appearance: black hair; grey shirt with black vest; yellow zipper and gloves; grey pants with yellow stripes on legs; black armbands, belt and boots
Accessories: soft, black helmet with chinstrap and silver eyepieces; silver backpack (with engraved tanks and hoses); short, silver laser rifle with scope and flared muzzle; large, silver spring-loaded missile launcher with padded shoulder rest; yellow missile with unique texturing on front half and button on back; standard short, black hose; standard long, black hose.
|Star Brigade (1993)
Appearance: black hair; white shirt with blue-green vest; black gloves; white pants with black stripes on legs; black armbands, belt, and boots
Accessories: white '91 helmet with blue eyepieces; silver '91 laser rifle.
|Star Brigade (Version two 1994)
- Trading Card Game
- Sci-Fi was included in the first booster box of the short lived G.I. Joe Trading Card Game.
- Working names include "Hot-Spot" and "Red Light."
- In one episode of the animated series, Sci-Fi is first seen watching an episode of The Transformers (another Sunbow production). Later, he attends a science fiction convention. However, it is not suggested in his filecard or anywhere else that he has any interest in science fiction or that it is the reason for his codename. More likely, it is due to the laser weapon he employs.
- Hama said this name was specifically excluded if the communications officer were called "Hot-Line."