Cyber Fly

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Cyber Fly
The Winter of Our Discontent
Alternate names Cybernetic Flying Attack Drone
Species Robot Fly
Controlled by Cameron Winter,
Randy Hernandez (End of episode)
Relations Cameron Winter (Creator)
Enemies Godzilla, H.E.A.T.
Created by Fil Barlow
First appearance "The Winter of Our Discontent"

The Cyber Flies are robotic fly drones created by TriStar Pictures that first appeared in the 1998 Godzilla: The Series episode, "The Winter of Our Discontent."


Godzilla: The Series

"The Winter of Our Discontent"

After Cameron Winter used a recording to lure Godzilla into a trap, the Cyber Flies were used to attack him and keep him distracted long enough for a specially equipped Cyber Fly to discreetly place a neurotransmitter on his body. The transmitter then caused Godzilla to obey Winter's commands to destroy his base so that he could accept the insurance money. The Cyber Flies were later hacked at the end of the episode by Randy Hernandez in order to disable the transmitter, and their creator was arrested.


Tail Shot

In the Godzilla: The Series video game, the Cyber Flies are capable of firing four projectiles from their tails.

Video games

Godzilla: The Series

Cyber Flies were dispatched in droves by Cameron Winter to attack Godzilla as he traversed an unnamed landscape toward a Solstice Technologies Tank. When Godzilla finally arrived at Winter's base of operations, Cyber Flies were dispatched to try and stop him, along with mortar fire, and tanks. Despite Winter's efforts to control and defeat Godzilla, the so-called "fire breathing lizard" brought the entire fortress to the ground.


Main article: Cyber Fly/Gallery.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flagicon Japan.png Japanese サイバネティック・フライング・アタック・ドローン[1] Saibanetikku Furaingu Atakku Dorōn Cybernetic Flying Attack Drone
Flagicon Russia.png Russian Киберосы Kiberosy Cyber Wasp


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