I had a Havoc Action Girl and boy did I love her! She spent so much time in the water the elastic that held her legs on rotted and her legs fell off! But that didn't stop me playing with her, although after that she did have to float along as there were obviously no legs in the catsuit! I remember I had the bike and skis and the rainmac, large floppy hat and violin case with the tommie gun in. She was the best. I wish there was a secret agent doll for girls around now, I'm sure it would be much more popular than Barbie or Bratz!
Havoc Super Agent came packed in a striking red box with a plastic window and bright illustrations. The blurb on the back of the box summed up Havoc Super Agent pretty well:
"Fearless, fiery Havoc fights crime around the world. When danger or disaster threaten, she never fails! Her friends know Havoc as a top newspaper reporter. Fiendish international villains have learnt to fear her as 'Havoc, Super Agent'. Havoc's a girl in a million. With the skills and daring to surmount every hazard, outwit every foe. And with all the gear she needs for her fantastic adventures.
Collect all her gear - and help Havoc keep the world free from nastiness and crime!"
If you recognise the face of Havoc then that may be because it used the same mold as the Mary Quant Daisy Doll.
The 9-inch Havoc Doll was only around for a short while in the 1970s so unfortunately we never got to see what her arch enemy, the evil Dr Grizzle looked like.