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Kei Liger

Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by Kei Liger » 02/10/2009, 13:06

Ragazzi, quali sono i Gijoe nati in questa serie?

Firewall, Mayday, Depth Charge, Deamon?
E' corretto? Quali altri ci sono?
O sono nati in altri ambiti?

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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by Dusty » 03/10/2009, 2:51

io purtroppo non ne so nulla..ma se ci sono immagini di sti personaggisi possono postare qui che son curioso
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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by heavy metal » 03/10/2009, 9:44

Dusty wrote:io purtroppo non ne so nulla..ma se ci sono immagini di sti personaggisi possono postare qui che son curioso
infatti nebbia per quanto mi riguarda !!

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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by AlexEyes » 05/10/2009, 1:11

Kei Liger wrote:Ragazzi, quali sono i Gijoe nati in questa serie?

Firewall, Mayday, Depth Charge, Deamon?
E' corretto? Quali altri ci sono?
O sono nati in altri ambiti?

Credo ce ne siano altri, appena torno controllo e ti mando il resto delle immagini che mi hai richiesto. Cio` significa almento altre 6 o 7 mail =))
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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by Kei Liger » 05/10/2009, 10:17

manda manda ^^
intanto io posto quelli che ricordo a memoria!

cominciamo con MARINER!
non è della Findus, è un Gijoe esperto in missioni acquatiche!

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MARINER. The code name used by U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer David Adcox. In 2001, the newly reinstated G.I. Joe team's new recruits included eager young Adcox. He stood out among the young "greenshirts" and became one of the leaders of the young recruits. After the Joe's battle against Serpentor's forces on Cobra Island, Adcox became a full-fledged member of the Joe team as an amphibious warfare specialist under the code name "Mariner". On his first mission as Mariner, he took part in a fight off the coast of Cobra Island that served as a distraction to allow Barrel Roll to infiltrate Cobra's headquarters.

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Post by Kei Liger » 05/10/2009, 10:20

Firewall, esperta di computers, e allieva di Mainframe

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FIREWALL. The code name used by G.I. Joe team recruit Michelle LaChance. While growing up in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Firewall had a knack for computers, and once hacked into the high school records of an enemy, altering her grades so that she was not in the running for class valedictorian. She was never caught, and liked the rush of being able to ruin an uncaring braggart. She continued hacking into computer systems, eventually chaging credit card numbers and bank accounts of government officials. She stayed undetected for some time, until she hacked her way into U.S. Army computers and discovered the Army's experimental nano-mite program. She was arrested by the Feds, but they realized they could make use of her skills and she began working for the government. Firewall was put on temporary assignment with the G.I. Joe team to help put a stop to Cobra's nano-mites. She and fellow hacker, Daemon, both stayed with the team longer, working with the Joes' resident computer expert, Mainframe. The Joes' drill sergeant, Beach Head began running the programmers through a training program should they ever see combat. Firewall stuck to mostly computer work, while Daemon worked to become a soldier. He and Firewall used their skills to assist in several missions, including the fight to stop terrorist Tyler Wingfield. Daemon and Firewall displayed their immaturity when working together, with a relationship like two squabbling siblings.

On their first field assignment, Firewall and Daemon helped drive the vehicle carrying a group of children who were revealed to be the clones of Serpentor. The Joes' convoy of vehicles was unexpectedly attacked by the forces of the revived Serpentor, known at The Coil. The main vehicle was torn to pieces and Serpentor arrived to liberate his brothers inside. When Daemon tried to stop him, the former Cobra Emperor grabbed him by the throat and snapped his neck, killing him, and as Firewall and Roadblock looked on in shock. The remaining Joes were taken prisoner and held on Cobra Island until an invasion force arrived to battle The Coil. The battle was won, and the Joes headed home, later having a ceremony for their lost teammates, who included Mainframe. Firewall later assisted Barrel Roll remotely when he hacked into Cobra Island's computer system. Some time later, during a battle against Cobra, Hawk was shot in the back by Cobra Commander and paralyzed. In Hawk's absence, the Jugglers began to take control of the team to reign in it, if not disband it altogether. Eventually, the team's roster was cut down to only a dozen Joes including Firewall. That small team defended the new Pit against Cobra's attack, but Firewall and most of those Joes were quickly reassigned to other units. After the remaining Joes stopped a plot by Cobra to unleash the weapon known as the Tempest, and defeated a new threat, the Red Shadows, the military again disbanded the team. One year later, the Joe team was reformed with a smaller roster of active members. Firewall, like most former Joes, is a reserve member of the new team. Much of the Joes' current headquarters, The Rock, was designed by Firewall and the late Mainframe. Firewall was called back to work with the team to assist General Colton in his attempt to hack into encrypted files to find Duke's whereabouts. She was still at The Rock when the team was invaded by the Phoenix Guard, a team of U.S. commandos that turned out to be Cobra agents in disguise. The Joes eventually defeated them, but Firewall was severely injured and is now recovering.

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Post by Kei Liger » 05/10/2009, 10:22

Mayday, guerriglia urbana.

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MAYDAY. The code name used by U.S. Army Sergeant Paige Adams. She was among the reinstated G.I. Joe team's new recruits in 2001. Adams impressed Dusty with her marksmanship when he was running the new Joes through target practice. Adams later worked undercover on a joint Joe-Iron Grenadier mission to rescue Flint and Baroness from the Russian mafia. She later took part in the battle against the forces of a revived Serpentor on Cobra Island. Not long after that mission, Adams was made a full-fledged member of the Joe team as an urban warfare specialist under the code name "Mayday". On her first mission as Mayday, she took part in a fight off the coast of Cobra Island that served as a distraction to allow Barrel Roll to infiltrate Cobra's headquarters.

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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by Kei Liger » 05/10/2009, 10:23

Generale RAY.
Clone di Serpentor (ebbene si...) e capo dei Gijoe per un po' di tempo...

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General Philip Rey first came to prominence while fighting the forces of the Cobra splinter group, The Coil, in Europe. When he came face-to-face with Major Bludd they fought with knives, and the fight ended with Rey cutting off Bludd's hand. Shortly after, he was recalled to Washington, DC to meet with the cabal of generals known as the Jugglers. The G.I. Joe team's commander, Hawk, had recently been shot and paralyzed during a battle with Cobra. The Jugglers decided to crack down on the team after having several Joes arrested and cutting the team down to a twelve-member roster. They then gave Rey command of the team. Some Joes were suspicious of Rey when he took command, and wondered why they had heard so little about Rey's career until recently, and why much of the information about his past was classified. Over a year later, their suspicions proved well founded when the truth about General Rey was finally revealed.

General Rey's true origins began many years earlier, when the Cobra scientist Dr. Mindbender used advanced cloning technology to combine the DNA of history's greatest military leaders and conquerors to create a super-soldier to fight for Cobra. The result was Serpentor, the Cobra Emperor. During his work to create Serpentor, the Doctor created eleven other clones who had not been artificially aged as Serpentor was. Cobra Commander ordered them destroyed, but in reality Mindbender kept the clones hidden away in a secret laboratory on Cobra Island that was unknown even to the Commander. Mindbender secretly experimented with one of these clones, aging it and altering its appearance. With the help of the hypnotist, Crystal Ball, the clone was programmed to be suggestive to commands and controllable through various post-hypnotic code-word triggers. Mindbender hoped to use the clone as a secret weapon against both G.I. Joe and Cobra, should the need arise. Mindbender recruited Zandar to use a false identity to set up a sale of the clone to at least one of the Jugglers. They were unaware of the post-hypnotic suggestions, allowing Mindbender to have a sleeper agent hidden amongst his enemies. Serpentor was killed during the war between his forces, allied with G.I. Joe, and the army of the Cobra Commander imposter, Crimson Guardsman Fred VII. Some time later, Dr. Mindbender, too was killed upon the return of the true Cobra Commander and was unable to continue his plans. After an international military force defeated Cobra and scattering its members, the United States Army seized Cobra Island and took the remaining clones into custody.

During the years without G.I. Joe and Cobra, a group loyal to Serpentor known as The Coil had carried on Mindbender's work and created a thirteenth clone, based upon their late, beloved leader. They and Mindbender unleashed this new Serpentor on the world, his army headquartered on Cobra Island. They battled Cobra and the reinstated G.I. Joe team until Serpentor was beaten and nearly killed by Cobra Commander. Most believed his body was lost, but the Jugglers managed to recover Serpentor's body, hoping to alter it and have another soldier to control. At the same time, the Jugglers activated their original altered clone in the guise of General Philip Rey and sent him to fight Cobra agents around the world. Even Rey himself was kept in the dark about his true identity, and mental blocks put in place kept him from learning the truth. After he proved himself in battle, Rey was finally placed in command of G.I. Joe, giving the Jugglers a commander they could control. Under Rey's command, the Joes stopped a plot by Cobra to unleash the weapon known as the Tempest, while facing a new threat in the organization known as the Red Shadows. The mysterious group assassinated the corrupt Jugglers and destroyed the body of Serpentor that was in their possession. Once General Rey led the Joes to victory over the Red Shadows, the team was disbanded.

Cobra Commander's fate was unknown following his confrontation with the Red Shadows. Though the G.I. Joe team did not learn this for nearly a year, Cobra Commander slowly began to rebuild Cobra as he had once before. By means still unknown, he killed White House Chief of Staff Garrett Freedlowe and took the official's place. Now posing as one of the President's closest advisors, the Commander gained unprecedented access to government secrets. He attempted to convince the President that the newly reactivated Joe team was not only unnecessary, but not to be trusted. The President trusted "Freedlowe's" advice and allowed him to create a special missions team called the Phoenix Guard to replace the Joe team. The team's leader was General Philip Rey, who had no idea of Freedlowe's true identity. And unbeknownst to Rey, the soldiers assigned to the team were all former Cobra agents under assumed identities. Rey was told the Joe team had gone rogue, and the Phoenix Guard was soon sent to invade and take control of Joes' new headquarters. Though Rey ordered there be minimal loss of life, the disguised Cobras caused extensive damage to the base, injured a number of Joes and killed even more of their support staff. As his team secured the base, Rey discovered who they really were and helped the Joes defeat the invaders.

The Phoenix Guard incident left Rey cofused and upset, wondering how he went through with the operation without questioning his orders. He realized that he felt compelled to follow his orders despite any misgivings he may have had. In therapy sessions with psychiatrist, Scott Stevens, he discussed the incident, and violent nightmares he had been having. He was also unable to recall much of his past. While the Joe team was on leave, Rey approached Duke and asked him for his helping piecing together his past. In classified documents, they found the name James Nurss and learned that Zartan's brother Zandar had used the name as an alias. They headed to the Dreadnoks' hideout in the Everglades and after a brief, brutal fight against the Dreadnoks, Rey learned that Zandar had brokered a deal with the Jugglers as Nurss. Zandar then directed him back to Dr. Stevens. Rey and Duke confronted the psychiatrist, but Stevens began using post-hypnotic code words to control the General and ordered him to kill Duke. Before he shot the Joe, Rey demanded the truth about his past. After finally explaining all the details about Rey's past, Stevens revealed that he was Crystal Ball, and had been serving as Rey's psychiatrist for some time. He then told Rey that he could claim the role of Serpentor and destroy Cobra Commander. After being told again to kill Duke, Rey broke free of the mind control and knocked out Crystal Ball, rejecting the identity of Serpentor and asserting, "My name is Philip Rey." As Crystal Ball was arrested, Duke decided that due to the good Rey had done in the past, he would not reveal the truth to anyone aside from General Colton. He added that if he even saw a hint of Serpentor in Rey, he would take him out personally. The General vowed not to let Duke down. Philip Rey's current status is unknown.

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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by zartan75 » 05/10/2009, 18:42

Scusate ma sbaglio o anche Wraith nasce sui comics per poi diventare un action figure?
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Post by Kobra Khan » 05/10/2009, 22:45

Non sbagli, è proprio così.
Tra l'altro
Spoiler: show
muore abbastanza presto nel fumetto, ucciso dalla Baronessa. ;))
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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by Kei Liger » 06/10/2009, 13:57

bravi ragazzi!
continuiamo:

KAMAKURA
la sua prima apparizione è nei Marvel, ma come personaggio "adulto" e maturo viene trattato all'inizio della serie DD

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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by Kei Liger » 06/10/2009, 13:58

parliamo di Dreadnoks,
come non citare la figlia di Zartan?
ZANYA!

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Re: Personaggi GIJOE Devil's Due

Post by Kei Liger » 06/10/2009, 14:03

di alcuni di questi abbiamo già parlato.
qui ci sono anche HACKER, BARREL ROLL, DEPTH CHARGE, VORONA (che non è altri che Daina, dell'Oktober Guard, quindi esistente da molto prima)

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