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Not the best sci fi, but certainly not the worst. 6/10
When I first saw this show, my initial reaction was not a good one. It seemed a little cheap and childish.
It took me a few episodes before I realized that this is the point.
Cybergirl is not a top notch sci fi with state of the art effects, and its not trying to be. It is simply a drama series about an Alien girl trying to become human in a strange world.
Many science fiction stories today seem to devote themselves to effects and not story, but Cybergirl does not. Because of this there are some nice story lines and fast paced action sequences, all backed up by a wicked heavy beat soundtrack.
Cybergirl is not the best sci fi, but it is certainly the best show to come out of FoxKids in a long time, and younger teens should like it (though saying that, I'm seventeen).
7 out of 10
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