Æon Flux is a mysterious and amoral secret agent from the country of Monica. Her motives or background are left unexplained, as are those of her antagonist/love, Trevor Goodchild. On her ... See full summary »
John Rafter Lee,
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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
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As an animation junkie, I was pleased as punch to find the show "Cybersix" on Canada's Teletoon station...the animation is done in part by a company called TMS, who did the best work on my favorite show, "The New Batman/Superman Adventures".
The work on "Cybersix" is better.
The characters move with a fluidity and grace that I've hardly seen in any animation, American or otherwise. If the scripts were half the equal of the animation, it would be one of the best shows ever put to video.
Yeah, the scripts are pretty weak. The story is very hard to understand, but that's what's to be expected when you deal with so many bizarre characters. They include the son of a famous super-villain, a reporter, a black panther, a homeless child, and the hero, Cybersix, who apparently owes her superpowers to the fact that she's a robot. Strange? Check it out.
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