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C. Martin Croker,
Cybersix is the name of a powerful advanced female genetic construct android who is the creation of malevolent scientist named Von Richter. He considers her a failed creation owing to her indomitable free will and she was forced to escape to avoid termination by her creator. Now she hides in regular society as a male teacher named Adrienne Seideleman, but she stalks the night as a caped superhero. Vowing eternal opposition to the plans of her creator and his henchmen, she protects her new found world and friend and seeks the humanity that her creator denied from her. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I came across a Cybersix promo by chance one night while browsing through tv channels. As a long time fan of action based/Hero cartoons I was instantly intrigued. It's nice to see a female hero with her own cartoon, instead of her being just a sidekick or contemporary of a male superhero. Despite the fact that she wears a form fitting black rubber outfit and stilettos to fight evil, she's portrayed as athletic instead of sexy.
Somehow by just wearing a man's clothes, flicking her hair back and putting on a pair of glasses she upholds her gender bending masquerade by day. Lucas is either too wrapped up in his own little world to notice that Cybersix and Adrian look strangely alike, or he's the dumbest biology professor I've ever seen.
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