Rounding out this ongoing look at the Burger King Z-Bots, let's finish up stuff with the apparently evil Skyviper. It's a fantastic name with a good color scheme.
Much like the others, this roughly 2-inch figure looks fairly different from other toys of its day. Also, this day. The two "arms" are wings connected in the middle, so if you move one you'll quickly find they both rotate. The yellow, purple, and black is a classic "villain" paint job that comes complete with a few dongles on the head and wings that imply weaponry and a "V"-shaped "Voids" symbol on his chest.
With moving arms and legs, it's a pretty simple figure that was easily worth the money. Heck, maybe it was even a tiny bit expensive in 1994 dollars, but it did come with lunch.
The paint job is pretty good, with the yellow matching the molded plastic yellow quite nicely. The purple is charming, the black is evenly applied, and the end result is something you wouldn't hate to keep around. It's also not exactly impressive. If you like the weird mini toys of the 1980s and 1990s, this is something I would suggest keeping if it arrived in your home as part of some eBay lot or Goodwill purchase. $5 on Amazon ain't bad either. The whole evil robot butterfly idea worked nicely for me, although I will say this wasn't the best figure in the set. It's still nifty, though, so I can't get rid of it.
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