Snow Job (G.I. Joe)

Infobox G.I. Joe character
name = Snow Job


caption =
affiliation = G.I. Joe
function = Arctic Trooper
realname = Moore, Harlan W.
birthplace = Rutland, VT
serial = RA773658456
rank = E-6
primaryMOS = Arctic Ski Patrol
secondaryMOS = Rifle Instructor
subgroup =
series =
voiceby = Rob Paulsen
debut = 1983

Snow Job is a character from the toyline, comic books and cartoon series of the 1980s. He is the G.I. Joe team's original arctic trooper and debuted in 1983.

Bio

His real name is Harlan W. Moore, and his rank is that of staff sergeant E-6. Snow Job was born in Rutland, Vermont.

Snow Job was a major Olympic Biathlon contender who enlisted for the special training and support privileges that the army gives to Olympic champions. It's been suggested that he got his nickname more from being a con artist than from his primary military specialty on the arctic ski patrol. He is competent with a rifle, and his secondary specialty is as a rifle instructor.

In the Marvel comics G.I. Joe series, he first appeared in issue #11. He first appeared in the animated series in the A Real American Hero mini-series.

Other media

Snow Job has appeared in the "Robot Chicken" episode Day at the Circus voiced by Seth Green. When Flint, Gung Ho, and Roadblock go to fight in the jungle, Snow Job was left behind since his outfit would make him a shootable target. He then gets a call from Switzerland president Samuel Smith that the Swiss Alps are overrun with Yetis and Snow Job goes there only to turn out to be a prank by the other G.I. Joe members and Samuel Smith. Flint, Gung Ho, and Roadblock later apologize to him for that prank and he ends up with a mission to shovel snow outside their base. In the episode "More Blood, More Chocolate", Snow Job commented that he was okay with the hockey tournament in the North Pole in the "Inside the Battlefield" segment that revolved around G.I. Joe's fight for the Weather Dominator.

External links

http://www.myuselessknowledge.com/joe/snowjob.html


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