is a fictional character from A Real American Hero
, a line of military
-themed toys created by Hasbro
. He is the first character created by Devil's Due Publishing
to be made into a G.I. Joe figure and later brought into the new animated series.
A Real American Hero
Fictional Character Biography
Kamakura is an apprentice to Snake Eyes
and a character of the G.I. Joe comic book
series. His file cards list his true name and birthplace as classified. In comics by Devil's Due Publishing, he is revealed to be Sean Collins (Broca), the son of the original Fred Broca, a Crimson Guardsman
who looked exactly like the rest of the "Fred series". His father is killed and later replaced by Fred II, who is later revealed to be Wade Collins, a war buddy of Snake Eyes and Stalker
. Kamakura appeared in the Marvel Comics
stories as Sean Broca, but did not become a ninja
until the "Master & Apprentice" miniseries. He is a member of the Arashikage
clan (as noted by the tattoo on his arm).
Kamakura was the first character created by Devil's Due Publishing to be made into a figure by Hasbro in 2003. Since then, he has had four figures made in the 3 3/4" line. He is a ninja and is packed with an assortment of ninja weapons. It was not until his inclusion in the "Rise of Cobra" movie tie-in toy line that a Kamakura figure included any firearms. As his real name is listed as classified, his face has not been... Read More