A female android battles her evil creator's forces as a mysterious superhero.
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 Adrian Seidelman / ... 13 episodes, 1999
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 Lucas Amato 13 episodes, 1999
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 Elaine / ... 13 episodes, 1999
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 Von Reichter 10 episodes, 1999
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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 <kchishol@execulink.com>

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In the original Cybersix comic book, it was alluded that Von Reichter and Jose were Nazis. This is why Jose would always march around like an SS soldier. See more »

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What makes us human?
30 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

Cybersix is smart, beautiful, strong, sexy, brave-- the perfect woman. . . but she also happens to be a genetically-engineered experiment created in a mad scientist's lab. Because of this, she spends the whole series questioning her own humanity, while making us all think about what makes one human. This is a great show that simply never found its niche. It was a children's show animated in Japan, for Canada, based on an adult's Argentenian comic. It seemed to have been marketed to young boys, for some reason, though I think it would've been nice to bill it as an empowerment tool for young girls. . . or more profitable to make it more mature, marketed to a teen and adult audience. . . but it's a nice show with a lot of potential (and a small but loyal cult following) as it is. Way too late to hope for season 2, but could someone maybe throw us a movie, sequel/spin off series, video game, merchandise, anything? Animated or live, I'm not picky. *angelic smile*


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