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Thrasher is a Dreadnok character from the A Real American Hero series.
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A Real American Hero continuity

Marvel Comics continuity
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Action Force (British) Comics continuity

Thrasher and Ripper attacked the Stonebury Weapons Testing Range with the Thunder Machine, stealing a confidential folder. They fought with Snake-Eyes and Flint before fleeing.[1] Thrasher then went to the Australian desert along with fellow Dreadnoks Buzzer, Monkeywrench, Zanzibar and Road Pig. For many months they were pursued by Outback, who finally captured them at a remote bar, with the help of Psyche-Out.[2]

Animated continuity - Sunbow

Voiced by: Ted Schwartz

Thrasher from the A Real American Hero animated continuity.


Generation 1
Thrasher A Real American Hero (1986)

Thrasher was released in 1986, packaged exclusively with the Thunder Machine. He was also sold in 1987, then was discontinued domestically in 1988.

Appearance: black hair with green stripes; dark grey chest armor over torn green shirt; dark grey and black gloves; dark grey pants with black belt and thigh coverings; silver boots and kneepads

Accessories: black lacrosse stick. page/Filecard

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  • Working names include "Basher," "Mean-Streak," "Bash McFeral," and "Cruncher."
  • Thrasher's file name and birthplace weren't revealed until 2004, 18 years after his debut.
  • Larry Hama's prototype filecard made Thrasher out to be even more of a sociopath than the version that was released:
... He was never denied anything he asked for even though he had bad luck with pets and all his playmates were mysteriously 'accident prone.' After his parents were crippled in the car wreck that may or may not have had anything to do with Thrasher's repair work on the brakes, the 'wild child' wandered into the swamps where he could do what he wanted to living things and inanimate objects alike. ...

The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe, page 118.

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