Ozone (G.I. Joe)

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Ozone
G.I. Joe character
Ozone-gijoe-1992.jpg
1992 G.I. Joe Ozone toy on card
Information
Aliases Fresh Air
Species Human
Gender Male
Nationality United States
File name

David Kunitz
Affiliation

U.S. Army, G.I. Joe, Eco-Warriors, Star Brigade
Grade

Corporal (E-4)

Ozone is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe series.

G.I. Joe

Ozone is U.S. Army Corporal David Kunitz, member of the Eco-Warriors. Ozone was born in Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania. He is a specialist in environmental health and various 'forms of airborne sludge and other harmful chemicals'. He carriers equipment designed to neutralize these harmful substances while at the same time replenishing the ozone layer. He can do this while wearing a cumbersome environmental suit and fighting Cobra forces.[1]

Animated series

DiC

Ozone appeared in the DiC G.I. Joe cartoon series. He appeared in the following episodes:

  • Infested Island
  • The Sludge Factor II
  • Keyboard Warriors
  • A Is for Android
  • Basic Training

Comics

Marvel Comics

In the Marvel comics G.I. Joe series, he first appeared in issue #123. There and in the next two issues, he teams with Flint and Clean-Sweep as the 'Eco-Warriors' sub-team. They confront the Cobra operative Cesspool on a seemingly abandoned oil platform. Ozone stops the confrontation by literally bringing in a lawyer. The Eco-Warriors team disbands when Flint leaves for other duties.[2]

Toys

Ozone was first released as an action figure in 1991, as part of the Eco-Warriors line.

He had two releases in 1993 and another in 1994. The last three were releases under the Star Brigade subgroup, establishing that the character has traveled into space.[3]

References

  1. Ozone filecard
  2. "G.I.Joe: A Real American Hero" Vol1 #123-125 (April–June 1992)
  3. Ozone toy information
  • Hidalgo, Pablo (2009). G.I. Joe vs. Cobra: The Essential Guide 1982-2008. Random House. ISBN 9780345516428. 
  • Bellomo, Mark (2009). The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe 1982-1994. Krause Publications. ISBN 9780896899223. 

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