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In the next century, a bionic scientist called "Dr. Scarab" is after power and immortality by bionic-nanotech engineering. He and his henchmen are stopped again and again by Dr. Sharp and his Bionic Six, a multi-cultural family of bionic people with some fantasy technology. Written by
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If you get a chance to see this show, you should agree with me that it's a visually amazing production. The characters have depth, are well-drawn, and the animation is of above average quality for an animated program of that era.
The stories and writing are typical, and feature typical situations that you'll find protagonists of a super-hero action/adventure show involved in.
The concept is definitely refreshing, and it's definitely a show you should take a look at in your nostalgic endevours.
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