He was killed after Captain Black used the Mysterons' powers to inflict a case of nausea on him, causing the major to fall off his yacht and drown in the slipstream. The Mysterons then reconstructed him and his exact likeness continued the original's journey to the island military installation Base Concord.
There he activates a geometry rocket with the codeword ZERO to an anonymous location, though it is later revealed to be heading back to Base Concord itself.
The Mysteronised Reeves then escaped in a J-17 fighter jet, taking the flight control unit with him so that the base's personnel would have no way of knowing the rocket's location or which of the 10,000 listed codes had to be transmitted to trigger its self-destruct.
Spectrum were eventually informed after the latest Mysteron threat to launch a rocket and an unknown location. While the Spectrum Angels were searching the air for Reeves, Captain Scarlet and Captain Blue attempted to go through the codes after a new flight control unit had been installed.
After locating Reeves, one of the Angels Rhapsody, told the Mysteron Agent to surrender and return with them to Base Concord or else be shot down.
Reeves refused and instead made a suicidal crash into the ocean. Fortunately the flight control unit was undamaged and sank to the ocean floor.
Naval Frogmen found the unit and the rocket self-destructed just in time, foiling the Mysteron plot.
Reeves was voiced by Gary Files.
- This is the same puppet that was used as Spectrum officer Captain Brown. It was also used in the television series for other characters; a barman, Charlie Hansen, Doctor Ernst Conrad, Neilson and Professor Gabriel. A Carney.
- It appears in The Secret Service as a Foreign Frogman and George Grey, it was later rewigged with grey hair and a moustache and was used as General Brompton and Professor Soames.