On the war-torn world of Terrana, adventurous orphaned 15-year-old boy Jack finds a powerful A.I. device called Xyber 9 and uses it to gather allies and defeat the forces of evil overlord Machestro.
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 Jack (22 episodes, 1999-2007)
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 Xyber 9 (22 episodes, 1999-2007)
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 King Renard (11 episodes, 1999-2007)
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 Ikira (9 episodes, 1999-2007)
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In a distant postapocalyptic future on the war-torn world of Terrana, which may or may not be Earth, 15-year-old adventurous teenage boy Jack, who lost his parents in the war, is looking for a weapon master to teach him how to fight, so he can defend his people from their enemies. He runs into a unit of tanks and befriends the soldiers, but none of them is taking him seriously, especially after an old medicine man predicts that he might be the Chosen One, who is prophesied to bring peace to the world. Villainous King Renard's forces attack and Jack ends up lost in the Dark Forest, which no one dares enter. He stumbles upon an ancient high tech device and activates it. It turns out to be an artificial intelligence of some kind called Xyber 9, the last remaining prototype of its kind, that evil overlord Machestro, whom Renard is working for, wants. Machestro leads Machina, a race of people who are sensitive to sunlight and must live in underground tunnels and buildings and wear special ...

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A glorious world - falls. From the ashes rise - good, and evil. The times call for a hero. A hero to master the greatest power the world has ever known: Xyber 9!


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25 September 1999 (USA)  »

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Saban's Xyber 9: New Dawn  »

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In 1999, Fox Kids aired only the first 10 episodes before canceling the show, even though a whole 22 episodes long first season had already already produced. In 2007, Toon Disney aired the show in its entirety and this is the first time that the last 12 episodes were aired in the US. The show was aired in its entirety for the first time anywhere on Irish TV channel RTE Two in 2001. See more »

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For those who watched the show, it had potential.
13 June 2004 | by (Springfield, Missouri) – See all my reviews

Well I for one (and I'm not alone) liked this show very much, I only wish I had the unaired episodes.

A very rare thing for an American cartoon to have any kind of plot or voice talent, this was a true gem. Very good voice work and interesting writing, the CGI was good but could have used some improvement, still better then a lot of shows even today.

Some people may only like cheesy one liners and canned jokes where shows blur the lines between silly and stupid but for those who have more adult tastes, Xyber 9 was something enjoyable in the sea of shows that should have gone in it's place.


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