Fisher-Price Imaginext playset featuring Disney Pixar Toy Story Buzz Lightyear Robot
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In an early version of Lightyear, Sox was originally going to look and act way more cat-like (according to concept art) in which he would look more true-to-the-word to real life ginger cats; in addition, he also had no collar, had yellow eyes, and his body and tail had stripes. According to storyboard artist Dean Heezen, some additional cat-like things Sox could’ve done was stretch, stand on hind legs, ambush, and itch. He would’ve also coughed up hairballs, and he also would’ve had retractable claws and actual fangs. He even had tapidum lucidum, aka Night Vision (an animal's way of seeing in the dark) whenever Buzz or if any of the Junior Zap Patrol shone a bright light on him.  a b Price, David A. (June 22, 2008). "The Pixar Touch". The New York Times . Retrieved October 2, 2019. Toy Story' Line Helped Father, Son Survive in Water for 15 Hours". Fox News Channel. Associated Press. September 10, 2008. Archived from the original on July 30, 2012 . Retrieved March 13, 2009.
a b Pearlman, Robert Z. (May 29, 2008). "Buzz Lightyear Becomes Real Space Ranger". Space.com . Retrieved March 12, 2009. As you know, normally I'm not one to panic, primarily because Buzz always comes to the rescue. But we're currently fighting Buzz, so who's coming to the rescue?"Floor cleaning wheels (Deployed from XR's feet, and used by Booster during their short time working together as janitors at Star Command) Brently, Heilborn (May 26, 2017). "Six comedy shows that will have you in stitches in June". Statesman . Retrieved June 14, 2020.
Their cyclop-like style is similar to the various mecha of the Principality of Zeon such as Zaku in the Mobile Suit Gundam franchise. Despite being an intelligent robot and able to talk, Sox still behaves like a real cat, rubbing against people's legs, purring when he gets affection, and getting distracted by laser points. The action figure returned from the space station on September 11, 2009, aboard mission STS-128. Yeah, but, it's dangerous out there. One false move and someone could be blown to bits - maybe me!" Stopera, Dave (August 30, 2012). "23 Things You Probably Didn't Know About The Movie "Finding Nemo" ". BuzzFeed . Retrieved December 26, 2014.