Fisher-Price Imaginext playset featuring Disney Pixar Toy Story Buzz Lightyear Robot
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According to XR, he failed to pass a certification test for the laser drill aboard Team Lightyear's ship due to spelling errors and neatness in " Sunquake", and in " Gravitina", Buzz is annoyed that XR sent Gravitina the love letter without letting him proofread it. This may prove that XR is not the best at spelling, especially as in " The Return of XL", he misspells "au revoir" as "au revior".
are ready for the propulsion jet lights, which lets you blast across the universe at galactic speeds to save the day! The name Zyclops is parody on the word Cyclops, a one-eyed giant from Greek mythology. Also like the cyclops, Zyclops have one red glowing eye. A movie set in space called for the kind of high-tech gear and blinking gadgetry that would make a sci-fi fan smile. Says producer Galyn Susman, “The look is a cool mishmash of retro and futuristic. Throughout the film—the knobs, the dials, the buttons are all very tactile. The edges are all rounded in an effort to capture that feel Angus wanted.One thing I can't stand is gambling! I'll lay you seven to one odds there's no more poker after tonight." XR's internal storage system contains many different items, with many of the more outlandish ones appearing to be leftovers from the time he was blasted apart by Agent Z during the theft of the Uni-Mind. Other items were likely added by XR himself for personal use, including times when he'd wish to offer said items to someone. Many are for convenience sake. The smallest group of items are Star Command Ordinance and weaponry, and a few items that even XR with his impeccable memory apparently can't remember a reason for carrying. Robosen— leading innovators in collectible toys and robotics — has joined Disney Pixar to bring fans one of the most authentic versions of Space Ranger Alpha Buzz Lightyear. The collectible figure is fully programmable and has the ability to carry on conversations with lightning-fast responses. Standing at 16.5 inches in height, the Robosen Buzz sees over 50 microchips and uses fluid mobility for smooth and accurate articulation via 23 high-precision servo motors.
Director Angus MacLane wanted the new side of the character to shine. “Buzz is such an iconic character. I wanted this film to be separate from ‘Toy Story.’ I thought of it more as a prequel. And I wanted it to be cinematic. I thought of Buzz as a different character—in a cool, low-key, clever way. XL is XR's prototype and older brother who is trying to take revenge upon Nebula for shutting him down. Most of the time they behave like enemies, but by the end of the episode "Revenge of the Monsters", XL helps to destroy the plans of NOS-4-A2 and becomes an employee of Star Command. XR was mentioned in a 2010 "Free Comic Book Day" Toy Story comic, " The Return of Buzz Lightyear: Part One".High Repairability: XR was originally reactivated and prepped by the LGMs as Buzz's new partner after they saw the space ranger brooding over the loss of his last partner, Warp Darkmatter. The Little Green Men "solved" the problem by arranging for Buzz to have a new partner that was not only artificial (and therefore was never alive and thus also cannot be "killed"), but also an extremely repairable robotic unit, regardless of how much damage XR sustains in battle. And true enough, the LGMs demonstrated to Buzz the robot's amendable construction by first blasting XR apart with weaponry and crushing what was left of his body with heavy industrial equipment, only to completely repair XR immediately afterwards and in record time. XR himself has been known to conduct repairs or improvements on his own body after receiving harm or alteration from unfriendly parties, and could even control detached appendages after he was literally blasted apart by enemy fire. Robosen is an innovative technology company specializing in designing and producing advanced consumer robots.
Yeah, but, it's dangerous out there. One false move and someone could be blown to bits - maybe me!"
The ZYCLOPS are an army of dutiful automatons loyal to Zurg. They’re tasked with one mission: find Buzz Lightyear and bring him to their master. As another Zyclops places a device to capture the Armadillo, Buzz blasts away another Zyclops which collides with another one, leaving one Zyclops left during the chase. Just as the Armadillo prepares for hyper speed, the ship could not launch, due to the fuel crystal being ejected from the ship. As Buzz attempts to grab the crystal, he takes on the lone Zyclops chasing his ship, which it grabs the fuel and then takes it to Zurg. Zurg, who captured Buzz and took him to his ship, passes by the Zyclops who hands him the fuel crystal, which Zurg explains that the robots who work for here cannot say Buzz's name but instead Zurg's name. Later, Zurg summons two red Zyclopses to capture Buzz after he opposed when he feared that Zurg performing any more hyper speed actions would erase the timeline. Two gray Zyclopses in the control room notice Buzz equipped with the fuel crystal following Old Sox in a plan for Buzz to destroy the ship.