Revenge of the Monsters
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Production Information
Original Airdate November 14, 2000
Ep. Number 038
Prod. Code 045
  • Tad Stones
  • Mark McCorkle
  • Bob Schooley
Director(s) Steve Loter
Story Editor(s)
  • Bill Motz
  • Bob Roth
Story by
Writer(s) Nick DuBois
Studio Sae Hahn Productions Co.
Series Continuity
Previous Eye of the Tempest
Next Lone Wolf
Image Gallery (2) | Transcript

Revenge of the Monsters is the thirty-eighth episode of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. It first aired on November 14, 2000, and is the forty-fifth episode in production.


NOS-4-A2, with help from XL and Wirewolf, tries to take over Planet Z.


The episode starts with XR showing footage of the experience with the Wirewolf on Canis Lunis: when he was torn apart by the Wirewolf, when he mourned the sentry robots and when Buzz got snared into the wires by the Wirewolf. He tells the rangers of Star Command that this is what could happen but Commander Nebula tells him that they know already and that Ty Parsec's rampage as the Wirewolf made him decide to discharge Ty from duty, despite Ty's objections that the LGMs has checked him and that he's fit for duty. Still, Nebula tells him that NOS-4-A2's bite has done enough damage and that he has to be 100 percent sure that Ty won't change back to Wirewolf and chew on his fellow rangers. Buzz then protests that the mutation was just caused by NOS-4-A2's bite and the radioactive moon on Canis Lunis caused the transformation. Booster then reminds him that the moon has been destroyed and Mira continues that it won't make Ty become a wirewolf again. That does not convince Nebula to let Ty continue as a ranger, so he begins to sign the resignations. Buzz is about to talk again when Ty tells him this is what is best for them all. Suddenly, XL bursts into the council and for some reason wants to kidnap Ty Parsec. Buzz defends Ty but the wrist laser just deflects off of XL's alloy. XL then fires a net at Ty but Mira pushes him aside and gets caught instead. Nebula fires his plasma gun leg at XL but misses as the robot approaches him and lifts him up, but Ty intercepts and kicks him down. Team Lightyear and Commander Nebula hold him down while Ty runs for safety.

But outside, Ty encounters NOS-4-A2, who puts out the remaining piece of rock from the radioactive moon, causing Ty to become the Wirewolf again! The Wirewolf is about to attack when the energy vampire puts him into submission.

At the same time, the team is about to arrest XL while he talks about his weekends. But the Wirewolf arrives and XL grabs onto him and flies out into space. Before leaving, NOS-4-A2 tells the Space Rangers that they'll see him again soon. He floats up to his cloaked spaceship and departs with XL and the wirewolf.

Back at Star Command, Commander Nebula angrily remarks that this was what he was worrying about. Booster sheepishly admits that there was a piece of moon rock left. Buzz then tells the team they need to rescue Ty again from his curse.

The team gets to Star Cruiser 42 and is about to take off when they discover that the engine has been drained by the energy vampire earlier.

Inside the energy vampire's ship, XL is fighting the Wirewolf, who takes his left arm while the energy vampire schemes about taking over the galaxy, while XL reminds him they had a deal about them both taking over the galaxy and being partners to the end. NOS-4-A2 then tells XL to set a course for Planet Z to take over Zurg's position.

Upon arriving on Planet Z, the energy vampire emerges as smoke and puts a Hornet into a trance, commanding it to obey him before the smoke engulfs the Hornet. After that, he bites onto another Hornet while it accidentaly fires at the Hornet next to it. He then tells XL to proceed with his move.

Inside the Zurg Tower, Zurg makes a Grub finish a message until the Wirewolf and XL burst in. XL pretends that it's his intention to take over Zurg's position. Zurg scoffs at XL and orders his Hornets to take them away, only to find out that his Hornets have been turned into Vampire Hornets. Realizing who's behind this, he looks up and sees NOS-4-A2, who commands the Vampire Hornets to kill Zurg. The terrified Zurg tries to escape through the door only to find more Vampire Hornets. As a attempt of mercy, Zurg reminds the energy vampire that he made him and they are like family, but that does not make NOS-4-A2 change his mind. Before the Wirewolf can attack Zurg, he manages to escape through the roof of the palace, which is an emergency spacecraft.

Team Lightyear arrives and sees Zurg escaping from Planet Z. Delighted by Buzz's arrival, Zurg hopes that he'll take care of the energy vampire so Zurg can go back into the evil business. 

The team then sees the Vampire Hornets coming at them and they fire at them, but now the lasers have no effect on them. Realizing their weaponry is useless against the Vampire Hornets, they are forced to flee. XR then jokes that Buzz has seen the light.

N tower

The Zurg tower now in NOS-4-A2's image.

At the Zurg Tower, the Vampire Hornets turn the 'Z' on the tower into an 'N' by turning it sideways. A curious XL asks why there are 'N's around the tower and why he doesn't get his own logo. The energy vampire responds that he can, if he has completed the schematics for their weapon. XL prints it out and NOS-4-A2 takes it to the grubs. He asks them how long it will take and they say one or two days. NOS-4-A2 then impatiently says they have ten minutes and the Wirewolf steps in, scaring them and forcing them into work while the energy vampire pets the Wirewolf.



  • Commander Nebula: Keep your rusty claws off him, you twisted maniac!
  • Mira: (sees NOS-4-A2's bite marks on the engine) The engines have been completely drained.
  • Buzz: Energy vampires...hate them!


  • The title is a nod to monster movies, with NOS-4-A2, the Wirewolf, and XL representing Dracula, the Wolfman, and Frankenstein's monster respectively.
  • NOS-4-A2 is killed in a similar manner to normal vampires in fiction by impalement.


  • Despite being an episode from Season One, this episode directly references the episode "Wirewolf", a Season Two episode which aired out of order.
  • In one instance, Buzz's belt is white instead of green.
  • In one shot, the red edges of Zurg's gauntlets are silver.

Voice Actors

Production Details

Executive Producers: Tad Stones, Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley

Director: Steve Loter

Story Editors: Ken Koonce, Michael Merton

Written By: Richard Mueller, Ken Koonce, Michael Merton

Voice Casting and Dialogue Director: Jamie Thomason

Storyboard: Todd Britton, Sharon Forward

Timing Directors: John Kimball, Marsh Lamore

Sheet Timing: John Kimball, Marsh Lamore

Supervising Character Design: Greg Guler

Character Design: Kenny Thompkins

Key Location Design: Justin Thompson, Teresa Wellins

Prop Design: Tom Foxmarnick, Brian Brookshier

Lead Background Paint: Donna Prince

Key Background Stylist: Rick Evans

Associate Producer: Natasha Kopp

Production Manager: Mike Karafilis

Creative Consultant from Pixar: Jeff Pidgeon

Graphics: Dee Dee Uchiyamada

Color Key Stylist: Brian Kilpatrick

Storyboard Revisions: Alan Wright

Continuity Coordinator: Jim Finch

Digital Color Correction: Don Devine

Scanner: Adam Chase

CGI Main Title: Pixar Animation Studios

Music By: Adam Berry

Main Title Theme By: Adam Berry

Animation Production By: Sae Hahn Productions Co.

Animation Directors: Yun Bae Kim, Yun Keun Noh

Supervising Director: Jung Yul Song

Layout Director: Jun Chan Kim

Layout Artists: Jae Sung Lee, Joo Yun Her

Background Director: Yong Kwan Ahn

Production Supervisor: Yong Hoen Lee

Digital: Byung Hyun Chun, Soo Jung Sim, Kyung Young Kim, Ah Young Sim

Animators: Suk Hoon Lim, Jong Ho Cho, Seung Hoon Back, Ho Jun Lee, Sung Kee Whang, Young Hoon Kim, Jung Min Kim, Hyo Joon Kim, Hahn Sik Ahn, Sang Heon Lee, Jung Hyun Kim, Hyang Me Park

Supervising Film Editor: John Royer

First Assistant Film Editor: Jennifer Harrison

Pre-Production Dialogue Editor: Monte Bramer

Track Reading: Skip Craig

Post Production Manager: Steven J. Arenas

Post Production Supervisor: Rachel Pusateri

Audio Supervisor: Victor Garcia

Post Production Coordinator: Mark Allen Bollinger

Sound Design: Paca Thomas

Dialogue Editor: Robbi Smith

Music Editor: Marc S. Perlman, M.P.S.E.

Foley: Phyllis Ginter, Kris Daly

Digital Audio Transfer: J. Lampinen

Re-Recording Mixers: James C. Hodson, C.A.S., Melissa Ellis, Fil Brown, Ray Leonard, Michael Beiriger

Supervising Music Editor: Dominick Certo

On-Line Editor: Keith Cook

Production Coordinator: Jessika Portillo

Script Coordinators: Dawn T. Connors

Production Associate: Carin Cobrae

Production Secretaries: Linda DeLizza, Jessica Farley

Talent Coordinator: David H. Wright III

Production Accountant: Ron J. Earhart

Produced By: Walt Disney Television Animation