History Anime / Genocyber

30th Aug '17 5:45:58 PM nombretomado
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An ultraviolent cyberpunk mecha OVA by {{AIC}} from 1993 about two psychic sisters, ''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.

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An ultraviolent cyberpunk mecha OVA by {{AIC}} Creator/{{AIC}} from 1993 about two psychic sisters, ''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.
14th Jun '17 2:31:28 AM king3000
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Professor Kenneth Reed was a kind hearted man in the manga who cared deeply for his 2 daughters. In the anime, however, he is the complete opposite.
** Diana in the manga was a sweet but fragile girl in a wheel chair. In the anime, on the other hand, she's not disabled and she now has a murderous personality.
19th May '17 12:54:32 AM Khanh132
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Elaine, who is mute and mentally deficient, and Diana, who is crippled, are part of an illegal experiment in unlocking psionic potential and aimed at creating SuperSoldiers. When Elaine escapes from the research lab, Diana is sent to retrieve her, only to kill her in a fit of rage. However, Elaine's mind survives and takes over Diana's cyborg body, transforming into a mutant creature called the Genocyber.

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Elaine, who is mute and mentally deficient, and Diana, who is crippled, are part of an illegal experiment in unlocking psionic potential and aimed at creating SuperSoldiers. When Elaine escapes from the research lab, Diana is sent to retrieve her, only to kill her in a fit of rage. However, Elaine's mind survives and takes over Diana's cyborg body, transforming into a cyborg mutant creature called the Genocyber.
14th Apr '17 8:32:04 AM Khanh132
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* HumongousMecha: The titular Genocyber, also the two agents' infamous transformation form.

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* HumongousMecha: The titular Genocyber, also the two agents' infamous transformation monstrous mech form.
14th Apr '17 8:24:19 AM Khanh132
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* HumongousMecha

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* HumongousMecha HumongousMecha: The titular Genocyber, also the two agents' infamous transformation form.
14th Apr '17 8:19:59 AM Khanh132
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An ultraviolent mecha OVA by {{AIC}} from 1993 about two psychic sisters, ''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.

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An ultraviolent cyberpunk mecha OVA by {{AIC}} from 1993 about two psychic sisters, ''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.
14th Apr '17 8:19:40 AM Khanh132
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An ultraviolent OVA by {{AIC}} from 1993 about two psychic sisters, ''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.

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An ultraviolent mecha OVA by {{AIC}} from 1993 about two psychic sisters, ''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.
27th Mar '17 12:34:30 PM UltraWanker
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The OVA was adapted from an unfinished manga by Tony Takezaki, the adapation being specifically some of the first episode's plot, with the rest being original work. Reading it reduces the MindScrew levels a fair bit.

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The OVA was adapted from an unfinished manga by Tony Takezaki, the adapation being specifically some of the first episode's plot, with plot. The plot of the rest being original work.OVA differs significantly from the manga. Reading it reduces the MindScrew levels a fair bit.
27th Mar '17 5:44:26 AM UltraWanker
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The OVA was adapted from an unfinished manga by Tony Takezaki, the adaptaion being specifically some of the first episode's plot, with the rest being original work. Reading it reduces the MindScrew levels a fair bit.

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The OVA was adapted from an unfinished manga by Tony Takezaki, the adaptaion adapation being specifically some of the first episode's plot, with the rest being original work. Reading it reduces the MindScrew levels a fair bit.
27th Mar '17 5:43:17 AM UltraWanker
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An ultraviolent OVA by {{AIC}} from 1993 about two psychic sisters. Elaine, who is mute and mentally deficient, and Diana, who is crippled, are part of an illegal experiment in unlocking psionic potential and aimed at creating SuperSoldiers. When Elaine escapes from the research lab, Diana is sent to retrieve her, only to kill her in a fit of rage. However, Elaine's mind survives and takes over Diana's cyborg body, transforming into a mutant creature called the Genocyber.

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An ultraviolent OVA by {{AIC}} from 1993 about two psychic sisters. sisters, ''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.

Elaine, who is mute and mentally deficient, and Diana, who is crippled, are part of an illegal experiment in unlocking psionic potential and aimed at creating SuperSoldiers. When Elaine escapes from the research lab, Diana is sent to retrieve her, only to kill her in a fit of rage. However, Elaine's mind survives and takes over Diana's cyborg body, transforming into a mutant creature called the Genocyber.



The OVA was adapted into an unfinished manga that was based on some of the first episode's plot; reading it first reduces the MindScrew levels a fair bit.

''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.

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The OVA was adapted into from an unfinished manga that was based on by Tony Takezaki, the adaptaion being specifically some of the first episode's plot; reading plot, with the rest being original work. Reading it first reduces the MindScrew levels a fair bit.

''Genocyber'' was directed by Koichi Ohata, who also directed ''Anime/{{MD Geist}}'', ''Anime/CyberneticsGuardian'' and ''Anime/BurstAngel''.
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