Buzz Lightyear is a fictional character in the Toy Story franchise. Buzz is a space toy according to movies and action figures in the Toy Story franchise. Along with Woody, he is one of the two main characters in all three Toy Story films.
He also appeared in the film Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins and the spin-off television series Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, as well as two film sequels. The catchphrase that is often repeated is “To the infinity … and beyond!” (“Heading infinitely … and beyond!”) Team Allen voiced the characters in the Toy Story trilogy and the Buzz Lightyear film, while Patrick Warburton cast Buzz for the TV series, and Pat Fraley voiced him for video games and attractions at Disney Parks
The name Buzz Lightyear was inspired by Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second person to walk on the Moon.  Aldrin acknowledged the award when he drew Buzz Lightyear during a speech at NASA, for festive cheers. A clip that can be found on the Toy Story-10 Anniversary DVD. Aldrin, however, received financial support for the use of his first name.
Regarding Lightyear’s design, its creator, John Lasseter, is on record as saying he wanted to create an action figure in the GI Joe line for Toy Story and it was decided upon the figure of the spaceman . He made design attributes for the influence of Apollo astronauts, specifically their clear helmets, skullcaps, communication devices, and white coats.
The purple and lime green color scheme for his wife and each other’s favorite colors. Seen from television actor Ed Kemmer is also believed to be a prototype for Lightyear. Kemmer played Commander Buzz Corry in Space Patrol, one of the first science fiction series on US TV.
In Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Buzz is a space ranger for Star Commander, protecting the universe from Evil Emperor Zurg. He works in a team with Mira Nova, a Tangean princess with power phasing, Booster, janitor of the planet Jo-Ad, and XR, a robot created by Little Green Men (aliens from the film, LGM for short). The Buzz version is completely different from the one in Toy Story, in appearance and personality.
Buzz also has a lot of love interests on the show. He once had a friend and partner named Warp Darkmatter, however, he later joined Zurg and became his main agent. Buzz also seems to never take off the purple headwear that he has with him.
To compare this animation and the Toy Story movie, the button between the red and blue-green in the Toy Story movie and the yellow in this animation by releasing the string when pressed. In addition to capturing ordinary phrases, he has a habit of saying criminals that “Evil never wins!” This event gets mixed for positive reception.