|“||Live wires in every sense, Electric Slides light up every battle with their relentless dancing and shockingly amped up attacks.||„|
|~ Electric Slide's description|
Electric Slide is one of the secondary antagonists of the 2019 third player shooter game Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville. She is a disco zombie skater who takes parts in fighting plants. She is in Attack class.
Electric Slide is a zombie skater who has curly yellow hair, with a blue headband under it. She wears a purple visor, with two electric bolt on the sides. Her lips are grey, which can tell that she uses makeup. She wears a pink outfit, with a purple jacket alongside yellow electro bolts, and a large grey bolt on her back. She also wears handcuffs that help her fire Boogie Bolt. To help her move faster, she wears a pair of roller skates that match her outfit color. Also, the left roller skate has a hole that shows her toes.
Powers and Abilities
- Boogie Bolt: Electric Slide's primary weapon, as she can shoot out electric bolts that deal with damages to enemies. Also, the bolts can stun plants.
- Speed: Thanks to her roller skates, she can move faster.
- Funky Bouncer: She can push enemies away with a bouncy magnet.
- Outta Fight!: It is similar to the Scientist's energy warp, as she can transform into pure energy which makes her invincible for a while, but her weapons are disabled.
- Disco Tornado: She also can summon an electrical whirlwind which can transform into a tornado.
Plants vs. Zombies comics
Electric Slides appeared in the comics alongside 80s Action Heroes and Space Cadets to fight plant resistances who were trying to rescue trapped plants.
- Electric Slide bears some similarities to the Glitter Zombie from Plants vs. Zombies 2:
- Both are female zombies.
- Both wear roller skates.
- Both are associated with music (Glitter Zombie is associated with Pop, while Electric Slide is associated with Disco).
- She also shares similarities with Electric Boogaloo from Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, as they are Disco Zombie's fighter counterparts, and they manipulate electricity.