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Animated Appearances

DiC VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
None18 seconds00

Notes: DiC's lone Aero-Viper appeared only briefly, wearing the 1989 outfit.

 

Operation Dragonfire: Day 48 seconds

Headcanon

Aero-Vipers were introduced to Cobra's forces in early 1986, with their appearance represented by Version 1. They ranked in the second tier of Vipers, alongside Star-Vipers but above Strato-Vipers and AVACs.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1989 (Condor Z25)    
Version 1: 1989 boxed Condor Z25 vehicle
Fig. #0234: Condor Z25 Pilot
  • head: Aero-Viper (89), Billy-Bob (04), Cletus (04), Joe-Bob (04), Otis (04), Roscoe (04), Vance (04)
  • arms: Aero-Viper (89)
  • torso: Aero-Viper (89)
  • waist: Aero-Viper (89)
  • legs: Aero-Viper (89)
Accessories: gold helmet (new, insectoid)
The Condor is Cobra's entry in the advanced technology aircraft scene. Using its forward swept, aerolastic wings, and computer driven servo-actuators, the Condor can perform a turning radius roughly half that of an F-16, and can generate enough g-forcepressure that would blackout most pilots. Of course, most Cobra pilots aren't ordinary pilots.
"AERO-VIPERS aren't surgically altered to withstand g-forces like the STRATO-VIPERS and STAR-VIPERS. They lift weights and learn to take the pain. Aero-Vipers want to feel the stress on their bodies as they wrench their Condors through seemingly impossible maneuvers. So intense is their daily schedule, that they frequently report of recurrent dreams involving flying without the benefit of an aircraft!"
Toy Notes: Item #6222.