History Characters / Cyborg009

4th Apr '17 5:04:26 PM GlitteringFlowers
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->Voiced by: Hiroyuki Oota (early films- 1966, 1967), Creator/KatsujiMori (1968 series, credited as "Setsuya Tanaka"), Creator/KazuhikoInoue (1979 series and 1980 film), Walter Carroll (1980 film - English dub), Creator/TakahiroSakurai (2001 series), Joshua Seth (2001 series- English dub, except episodes 5 and 9), Creator/DerekStephenPrince (2001 series- English dub, episodes 5 and 9), Creator/TakeshiKusao (2009 CD dramas), Creator/AkiraKamiya (Radio dramas), Creator/MamoruMiyano (2012), Creator/JasonGriffith (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/JunFukuyama (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/JohnnyYongBosch (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Keisuke Koumoto (''Call of Justice''), Creator/KyleMcCarley (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Manuel de Llata (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Creator/IrwinDaayan (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Uraz Huerta (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Hiroyuki Oota (early films- 1966, 1967), Creator/KatsujiMori (1968 series, credited as "Setsuya Tanaka"), Creator/KazuhikoInoue (1979 series and 1980 film), Walter Carroll (1980 film - English dub), Creator/TakahiroSakurai (2001 series), Joshua Seth (2001 series- English dub, except episodes 5 and 9), Creator/DerekStephenPrince (2001 series- English dub, episodes 5 and 9), Creator/TakeshiKusao (2009 CD dramas), Creator/AkiraKamiya (Radio dramas), Creator/MamoruMiyano (2012), Creator/JasonGriffith (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/JunFukuyama (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/JohnnyYongBosch (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Keisuke Koumoto (''Call of Justice''), Creator/KyleMcCarley (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Manuel de Llata (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Creator/IrwinDaayan (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Uraz Huerta (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Carlo Vásquez (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Kyoko Toriyama (early films- 1966, 1967), Fuyumi Shiraishi (1968 series and 1980 film) Sachiko Chijimatsu (1979 series), Mary Malone (1980 film- English dub), Creator/KanaUeda (2001 series), R. Martin Klein (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Bob Marx"), Katsue Miwa (2009 CD dramas), Creator/SakikoTamagawa (2012 movie), Creator/StephanieSheh (2012 movie - English dub), Haruka Shiraishi (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/ChristineMarieCabanos (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/MisatoFukuen (''Call of Justice''), Creator/EricaMendez (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Salvador Nájar (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Maru Guzman (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Azucena Martínez (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Kyoko Toriyama (early films- 1966, 1967), Fuyumi Shiraishi (1968 series and 1980 film) Sachiko Chijimatsu (1979 series), Mary Malone (1980 film- English dub), Creator/KanaUeda (2001 series), R. Martin Klein (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Bob Marx"), Katsue Miwa (2009 CD dramas), Creator/SakikoTamagawa (2012 movie), Creator/StephanieSheh (2012 movie - English dub), Haruka Shiraishi (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/ChristineMarieCabanos (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/MisatoFukuen (''Call of Justice''), Creator/EricaMendez (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Salvador Nájar (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Maru Guzman (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Azucena Martínez (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Creator/LauraTorres (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Ryo Ishihara (early films and 1968 series), Creator/KeiichiNoda (1979 series and 1980 film), Don Pomes (1980 film- English dub), Creator/ShowtaroMorikubo (2001 series), Creator/KirkThornton (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Sparky Allen"), Creator/HideyukiHori (2009 CD dramas), Creator/DaisukeOno (2012 movie), Creator/MarcDiraison (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/TomoakiMaeno (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/SpikeSpencer (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Takuya Satou (''Call of Justice'' film trilogy); Jaime Vega (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Creator/RicardoMendoza (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Manuel Campuzano (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Ryo Ishihara (early films and 1968 series), Creator/KeiichiNoda (1979 series and 1980 film), Don Pomes (1980 film- English dub), Creator/ShowtaroMorikubo (2001 series), Creator/KirkThornton (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Sparky Allen"), Creator/HideyukiHori (2009 CD dramas), Creator/DaisukeOno (2012 movie), Creator/MarcDiraison (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/TomoakiMaeno (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/SpikeSpencer (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Takuya Satou (''Call of Justice'' film trilogy); Jaime Vega (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Creator/RicardoMendoza (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Manuel Campuzano (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Ricardo Méndez (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Judy Ongg (early films- 1966, 1967) Creator/HirokoSuzuki (1968 series), Creator/KazukoSugiyama (1979 series and 1980 film), Michelle Hart (1980 film- English dub), Creator/SatsukiYukino (2001 series), Creator/DorothyEliasFahn (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Midge Mayes"), Creator/MachikoToyoshima (2009 CD dramas), Creator/ChiwaSaito (2012 movie), Creator/ErinFitzgerald (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/MaoIchimichi aka MAO (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/StephanieSheh (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/RisaTaneda (''Call of Justice''), Creator/CristinaValenzuela (''Call of Justice'' - English dub).; Azucena Rodríguez (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Ilia Gil (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Adriana Rodríguez (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Judy Ongg (early films- 1966, 1967) Creator/HirokoSuzuki (1968 series), Creator/KazukoSugiyama (1979 series and 1980 film), Michelle Hart (1980 film- English dub), Creator/SatsukiYukino (2001 series), Creator/DorothyEliasFahn (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Midge Mayes"), Creator/MachikoToyoshima (2009 CD dramas), Creator/ChiwaSaito (2012 movie), Creator/ErinFitzgerald (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/MaoIchimichi aka MAO (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/StephanieSheh (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/RisaTaneda (''Call of Justice''), Creator/CristinaValenzuela (''Call of Justice'' - English dub).; Azucena Rodríguez (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Ilia Gil (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Adriana Rodríguez (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Melissa Gedeón (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Hiroshi Otake (early films and early appearances in the '68 series) Kenji Utsumi ('68 series, episode 18 and on), Creator/KeatonYamada (1979 series and 1980 film), Richard Nieskins (1980 film- English dub), Creator/NobuoTobita (2001 series), Creator/PeterDoyle (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Jim Taggert") Creator/NobutoshiCanna (2009 CD dramas), Creator/ToruOkawa (2012 movie), Dave B. Mitchell (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/HirokiTochi (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/MichaelSinterniklaas (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/SatoshiHino (''Call of Justice''), Creator/RayChase (''Call of Justice'' - English dub).; Miguel Ángel Sanromán (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Luis Alfonso Mendoza (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Víctor Covarrubias (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Hiroshi Otake (early films and early appearances in the '68 series) Kenji Utsumi ('68 series, episode 18 and on), Creator/KeatonYamada (1979 series and 1980 film), Richard Nieskins (1980 film- English dub), Creator/NobuoTobita (2001 series), Creator/PeterDoyle (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Jim Taggert") Creator/NobutoshiCanna (2009 CD dramas), Creator/ToruOkawa (2012 movie), Dave B. Mitchell (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/HirokiTochi (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/MichaelSinterniklaas (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/SatoshiHino (''Call of Justice''), Creator/RayChase (''Call of Justice'' - English dub).; Miguel Ángel Sanromán (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Luis Alfonso Mendoza (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Víctor Covarrubias (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Raúl Anaya (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Hiroshi Masuoka (early films and 1968 series), Creator/BanjoGinga (1979 series and 1980 film), Frank Rogers (1980 film- English dub), Creator/AkioOhtsuka (2001 series), Creator/BeauBillingslea (2001 series- English dub, credited as "John Daniels"), Creator/RyuzaburoOtomo (2009 CD dramas), Teruyuki Tanizawa (2012 movie), Creator/PatrickSeitz (2012 movie - English dub), Tsuyoshi Koyama (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/KeithSilverstein (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/KenjiNomura (''Call of Justice''), Chris Tergliafera (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Santiago Gil (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Enrique Cervantes (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Rafael Quijano (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Hiroshi Masuoka (early films and 1968 series), Creator/BanjoGinga (1979 series and 1980 film), Frank Rogers (1980 film- English dub), Creator/AkioOhtsuka (2001 series), Creator/BeauBillingslea (2001 series- English dub, credited as "John Daniels"), Creator/RyuzaburoOtomo (2009 CD dramas), Teruyuki Tanizawa (2012 movie), Creator/PatrickSeitz (2012 movie - English dub), Tsuyoshi Koyama (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/KeithSilverstein (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/KenjiNomura (''Call of Justice''), Chris Tergliafera (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Santiago Gil (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Enrique Cervantes (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Rafael Quijano (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Carlos Segundo (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Arihiro Fujimura (early films- 1966, 1967), Creator/IchiroNagai (1968 series), Sanji Hase (1979 series and 1980 film), Jeff Manning (1980 film- English dub), Creator/{{Chafurin}} (2001 series), Creator/SteveKramer (2001 series- English dub), Creator/KozoShioya (2009 CD dramas), Taro Masuoka (2012 movie), Michael Sorich (2012 movie - English dub), Yu Mizushima (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Joey Lotsko (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Call of Justice'' film trilogy); Arturo Mercado Sr. (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Pedro D'Aguillon Jr (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Bernardo Rodríguez (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub).

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->Voiced by: Arihiro Fujimura (early films- 1966, 1967), Creator/IchiroNagai (1968 series), Sanji Hase (1979 series and 1980 film), Jeff Manning (1980 film- English dub), Creator/{{Chafurin}} (2001 series), Creator/SteveKramer (2001 series- English dub), Creator/KozoShioya (2009 CD dramas), Taro Masuoka (2012 movie), Michael Sorich (2012 movie - English dub), Yu Mizushima (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Joey Lotsko (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Call of Justice'' film trilogy); Arturo Mercado Sr. (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Pedro D'Aguillon Jr (2001 series and ''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub), Bernardo Rodríguez (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub).



->Voiced by: Creator/MachikoSoga (early films and 1968 series), Kaneta Kimotsuki (1979 series and 1980 film), James Keating (1980 film- English dub), Creator/YuichiNagashima (2001 series), Michael Sorich (2001 series- English dub), Creator/KeiichiNanba (2009 CD dramas), Creator/HiroyukiYoshino (2012 movie), Creator/JBBlanc (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/HozumiGoda (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Tony Azzolino (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Setsuji Satou (''Call of Justice''), Creator/BenDiskin (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Jorge Sánchez Fogarty (''Kaijuu sensou'' movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Roberto Mendiola (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Héctor Rocha (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Creator/MachikoSoga (early films and 1968 series), Kaneta Kimotsuki (1979 series and 1980 film), James Keating (1980 film- English dub), Creator/YuichiNagashima (2001 series), Michael Sorich (2001 series- English dub), Creator/KeiichiNanba (2009 CD dramas), Creator/HiroyukiYoshino (2012 movie), Creator/JBBlanc (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/HozumiGoda (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Tony Azzolino (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Setsuji Satou (''Call of Justice''), Creator/BenDiskin (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Jorge Sánchez Fogarty (''Kaijuu sensou'' movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Roberto Mendiola (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Héctor Rocha (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Creator/AlfonsoObregonInclan (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi (early films- 1966, 1967), Creator/KeiichiNoda (1968 series), Creator/KojiTotani (1979 series), Creator/KazuyukiSogabe (1980 film), Clay Lowrey (1980 film- English dub), Creator/MitsuoIwata (2001 series), Mario L. Patrenella (2001 series- English dub), Creator/ToshioFurukawa (2009 CD dramas), Creator/NoriakiSugiyama (2012 movie), Marcus Griffin (2012 movie - English dub), Ayumu Okamura (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/SteveStaley (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Haruki Ishiya (''Call of Justice''), Zeno Robinson (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Carlos Hernández (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Arturo Sian Vidal (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi (early films- 1966, 1967), Creator/KeiichiNoda (1968 series), Creator/KojiTotani (1979 series), Creator/KazuyukiSogabe (1980 film), Clay Lowrey (1980 film- English dub), Creator/MitsuoIwata (2001 series), Mario L. Patrenella (2001 series- English dub), Creator/ToshioFurukawa (2009 CD dramas), Creator/NoriakiSugiyama (2012 movie), Marcus Griffin (2012 movie - English dub), Ayumu Okamura (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/SteveStaley (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Haruki Ishiya (''Call of Justice''), Zeno Robinson (''Call of Justice'' - English dub); Carlos Hernández (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Arturo Sian Vidal (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Creator/EnzoFortuny (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)



->Voiced by: Jouji Yanami (early films, 1968 series, and 1980 film), Kousei Tomita (1979 series), Cliff Harrington (1980 film- English dub), [[Creator/{{Mugihito}} Makoto "Mugihito" Terada]] (2001 series), Simon Prescott (2001 series- English dub, credited as "Sy Prescott"), Creator/TakeshiAono (2009 CD dramas), Nobuyuki Katsube (2012 movie), Creator/PaulStPeter (2012 movie - English dub), Shigeru Ushiyama (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Dave Mallow (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub); Juan Domingo Méndez (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Humberto Vélez (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Raúl Carbonel (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Jouji Yanami (early films, 1968 series, and 1980 film), Kousei Tomita (1979 series), Cliff Harrington (1980 film- English dub), [[Creator/{{Mugihito}} Makoto "Mugihito" Terada]] (2001 series), Simon Prescott (2001 series- English dub, credited as "Sy Prescott"), Creator/TakeshiAono (2009 CD dramas), Nobuyuki Katsube (2012 movie), Creator/PaulStPeter (2012 movie - English dub), Shigeru Ushiyama (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Dave Mallow (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub); Juan Domingo Méndez (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Humberto Vélez (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Raúl Carbonel (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub), Jesse Conde (''Call of Justice'' - Latin American Spanish dub)
2nd Apr '17 5:04:03 AM king3000
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* AxCrazy: As Atun.


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* CompositeCharacter: Her design resembles a mix between Welvath and Lafleur.
18th Mar '17 4:34:00 AM Randomfan11
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* TheAgeless: Although all of the 00-Cyborgs are chronologically estimated to be in their 40's or 50's or even beyond that, they always remain the age they were captured by Black Ghost in, due to being cyborgs and thus having different bodily functions than normal humans.



* PsychicPowers: Besides 005 having nature-based empathy in the 2001 anime and onward, [[spoiler:the 00-Cyborgs get psychic upgrades thanks to 001 in the 2012 "God's War" manga and its OVA adaptation]].

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* PsychicPowers: Besides 001, obviously, as well as 005 having nature-based empathy in the 2001 anime and onward, [[spoiler:the 00-Cyborgs get psychic upgrades thanks to 001 in the 2012 "God's War" manga and its OVA adaptation]].



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Early adaptations portrayed him as this, in line with his past as a former delinquent who was subjected to FantasticRacism for being biracial, and developing psychological issues from it. The 2001 anime and onward portrayed him as a NiceGuy.



* AnArmAndALeg: His legs tend to blow up on him quite often, and he got his arm torn off in the '79 series. [[spoiler: And in "Conclusion: God's War", he loses both his legs (along with a good deal of his lower half) not once, but TWICE within the arc. The novel version amps things up by also having him lose both of his arms by the end.]]

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* AnArmAndALeg: His legs tend to blow up on him quite often, and he got his arm torn off ''painfully'' in the '79 series. [[spoiler: And in "Conclusion: God's War", he loses both his legs (along with a good deal of his lower half) not once, but TWICE within the arc. The novel version amps things up by also having him lose both of his arms by the end.]]



* HiddenDepths: In 2001 episode "Search For the Professor", he shows some artistic talent when he painted the 00 Cyborgs' ship, the ''Dolphin''.

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* HiddenDepths: In the 2001 episode "Search For the Professor", he shows some artistic talent when he painted the 00 Cyborgs' ship, the ''Dolphin''.''Dolphin'', in the style of a [=WWII=] war plane.



* TheLancer: To 009, in that 002 is a HotHeaded BoisterousBruiser eager to fight while 009 is a NiceGuy who tries to talk his enemies down before engaging them. It's downplayed in early adaptations where 002 was more relaxed and easygoing, but the differences were still there.

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* TheLancer: To 009, in that 002 is a HotHeaded HotBlooded BoisterousBruiser eager to fight fight, while 009 is a NiceGuy who tries to talk his enemies down before engaging them. It's downplayed in early adaptations where 002 was more relaxed and easygoing, but the differences were still there.



* PsychicPowers: [[spoiler:Gains these thanks to 001's NextTierPowerUp in the 2012 "God's War" manga and its OVA adaptation, after she loses her eyes twice (the second time she ''ripped them out herself''). She gains {{Telepathy}}, [[{{Seers}} precognition]], and [[MySignificantSensesAreTingling clairvoyance]]]].

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* PsychicPowers: [[spoiler:Gains these thanks to 001's NextTierPowerUp in the 2012 "God's War" manga and its OVA adaptation, after she loses her eyes twice (the second time she ''ripped them out herself''). She gains {{Telepathy}}, [[{{Seers}} precognition]], and [[MySignificantSensesAreTingling clairvoyance]]]].[[MySignificanceSenseIsTingling clairvoyance]]]].
* {{Seers}}: [[spoiler:Gains precognitive and clairvoyant abilities in the 2012 manga, after ''[[EyeScream ripping her own cybernetic eyes out]]''.]]



* [[spoiler: AnArmAndALeg: Gets his right leg ripped off during the climactic battle in "Conclusion: God's War", courtesy of the giant Buddha.]]

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* [[spoiler: AnArmAndALeg: Gets [[spoiler:Gets his right leg ripped off during the climactic battle in "Conclusion: God's War", courtesy of the giant Buddha.]]



* DarkAndTroubledPast: Almost all of his incarnations are wanderers who suffered racial prejudice due to his Native American heritage, and remained unemployed for a long time because of his heritage. The manga has him discover his people's traditions had been turned into stereotypes for white man's entertainment, and punched out the guy who offered him the role as a chief in his production.



* PluckyComicRelief: Though unlike G.B., he does it completely straight without covering for any personal tragedy - he really is just that cheerful! Then again, considering what he had gone through right before being kidnapped, he likely sees being a 00 Cyborg as a sort-of "improvement".

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* PluckyComicRelief: Though Shares this role with G.B./007, though unlike G.B., he does it completely straight without covering for any personal tragedy - he really is just that cheerful! Then again, considering what he had gone through right before being kidnapped, he likely sees being a 00 Cyborg as a sort-of "improvement".



* PsychicPowers: [[spoiler:As mentioned above, he gets hydrokinetic powers from 001 in the 2012 manga, first as manipulating water pressure, then later as straight-up water manipulation.]]



* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: In the manga, he was sent after the 00-Cyborgs in exchange for receiving a human body. In the 2001 anime, he was a family man kidnapped by Black Ghost and forcibly turned into their weapon. [[spoiler:Oh, and when he tries to pull a HeelFaceTurn, Skull overrides him and reprograms him into only focusing on killing the 00-Cyborgs.]] Poor guy...



* EvilCounterpart: To 004 this time around, at least in the 2001 anime adaptation. In the manga, he was more of 009 and 002's problem.
* VillainOverride: [[spoiler:In the 2001 series, after failing to kill the 00 cyborgs the first time, he realizes that Black Ghost had no intention of keeping their promise of letting him see his family again and tries to pull a HeelFaceTurn. Unforutnately, Skull possesses his circuitry and tries eliminating the 00 cyborgs himself, which ends in 0011's death]].

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* EvilCounterpart: To 004 this time around, at least 009 and 002 in the manga. The 2001 anime adaptation. In the manga, he was more of 009 paired him up with 004 due to both being cruelly torn away from their loved ones and 002's problem.
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* VillainOverride: [[spoiler:In the 2001 series, after failing to kill the 00 cyborgs the first time, he realizes that Black Ghost had no intention of keeping their promise of letting him see his family again and tries to pull a HeelFaceTurn. Unforutnately, Unfortunately, Skull possesses his circuitry and tries eliminating the 00 cyborgs himself, which ends in 0011's death]].



* EverythingTryingToKillYou: [[spoiler:Her power is to use anything within her own mansion that is her body to kill the 00-Cyborgs, including trapdoors, corrosive acid, and the furniture and walls

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* EverythingTryingToKillYou: [[spoiler:Her power is to use anything within her own mansion that is her body to kill the 00-Cyborgs, including trapdoors, corrosive acid, spiked death traps, and the furniture and walls[[TheWallsAreClosingIn closing walls]].]]



* TragicMonster: She originally was [[spoiler:[[TheOjou a noblewoman]] married to a Japanese man who died in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII (changed to "During the Civil War" in the English dub), and she [[DyingAlone died alone]] waiting for him. Black Ghost used her home and her brain to build 0012]].

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* TragicMonster: She [[spoiler:She originally was [[spoiler:[[TheOjou [[TheOjou a noblewoman]] noblewoman married to a Japanese man who died in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII (changed to "During the Civil War" in the English dub), and she [[DyingAlone died alone]] waiting for him. Black Ghost used her home and her brain to build 0012]].


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* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler:To Dr. Gaia and, by extension, Black Ghost.]]


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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Subverted at first, but after befriending Joe/009, she begins questioning her actions as a Greek God.
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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:He really had it coming when he was destroyed]].
6th Mar '17 7:19:16 PM Randomfan11
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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: [[spoiler:In the GOD'S WAR manga, the 00-Cyborgs become light spirits after they are all killed by the gods, and are reborn in the "World of Light" as humans.]]



* GlorySeeker: The 00-Cyborgs are accused of being this in ''Call of Justice'' due to them suddenly going off the public radar for a while only to reemerge in the 21st century, after they are attacked by members of the Blessed organization. The United Nations think they engineered the attacks on them to claim their lost glory.

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* GlorySeeker: The 00-Cyborgs are accused of being this in ''Call of Justice'' due to them suddenly going off the public radar for a while only to suddenly reemerge in the 21st century, after they are attacked by members of the Blessed organization. The United Nations think they engineered the attacks on them to claim reclaim their lost glory.



* OlderThanTheyLook: All of the 00-Cyborgs are chronologically older than their appearances would suggest. [[spoiler:The 2001 series showed that Ivan/001, Jet/002, Francoise/003, and Albert/004 were the first 00-Cyborgs to be made and underwent cryogenic sleep when technological complications arose, making them the oldest of the team.]]



* UsefulNotes/FormulaOne: He and Jet/002 become F-1 race drivers in the first episode of the '79 series after the fall of Black Ghost, though the appearance of a Stone Giant put an end to that.



* DarkAndTroubledPast:
** The manga and early adaptations had his father experiment on him to unlock the mysteries of the human brain, giving him psychic powers and increased intelligence. His mother tried to stop the experiments, but his father bludgeoned her to death in front of 001. [[spoiler:The 2001 anime and Archaia novel turned him into a [[IllGirl terminally ill child]] who was experimented on by his father in a desperate attempt to cure him, eventually driving himself to madness.]]



* HarmfulToMinors: Was subjected to horrible, horrible brain-enhancing experiments at the hands of his own father [[spoiler:Dr. Gamo Whisky]], then turned into a 00-Cyborg by Black Ghost. ''While still a baby''.

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* HarmfulToMinors: Was subjected to horrible, horrible brain-enhancing experiments at the hands of his own father [[spoiler:Dr. Gamo Whisky]], then turned into a 00-Cyborg by Black Ghost. ''While still a baby''. The original manga also had him watch his father bludgeon his mother to death in front of him.



* MissingMom: In the original manga, his mother was ''bludgeoned to death'' in front of him by his own father when she tried to stop him from experimenting on their son. This part was toned down or adapted out due to its dark nature, but later adaptations imply she eventually died of natural causes while 001 continued to live.



* HotBlooded: VERY much. This wasn't introduced until the 2001 anime, though.

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* HotBlooded: VERY much. This wasn't introduced until much in the 2001 anime, though.anime. Subsequent adaptations toned it down to varying degrees, though the '79 anime version had his moments.



* TheLancer: To 009, in that 002 is a HotHeaded BoisterousBruiser eager to fight while 009 is a NiceGuy who tries to talk his enemies down before engaging them. It's downplayed in early adaptations where 002 was relaxed and easygoing, but the differences were still there.

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* TheLancer: To 009, in that 002 is a HotHeaded BoisterousBruiser eager to fight while 009 is a NiceGuy who tries to talk his enemies down before engaging them. It's downplayed in early adaptations where 002 was more relaxed and easygoing, but the differences were still there.



* ElectronicEyes: They become even more detailed in the 2012 film. [[spoiler: She also gets new, upgraded ones temporarily in the manga version of "God's War", but well... see EyeScream.]]

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* DisabilitySuperpower: [[spoiler:In the 2012 manga, 001's NextTierPowerUp gives her telepathy, precognition, and clairvoyance to make up for her self-inflicted EyeScream below.]]
* ElectronicEyes: They become even more detailed in the 2012 film. [[spoiler: She also gets new, upgraded ones temporarily in the manga version of "God's War", but well... see EyeScream.she disliked them so much that she [[EyeScreamtore them out herself]] and opted to remain blind.]]



* TopHeavyGuy: Due to Ishinomori's art style, he's often drawn with a broader upper torso and shoulders, while his body from the waist down is smaller and skinnier.



* BigFun: The shortest and fattest of the 00-Cyborgs. Also the most jolly and compassionate, who keeps the team afloat with his humor and cooking.



* DarkAndTroubledPast: All of them involve going through the DespairEventHorizon and (in the manga and Archaia novel) attempting suicide to escape his troubles. Depending on the adaptation, he's either a farmer going through hard times, or a failed businessman and restaurant entrepreneur.



* GagNose: Even carries over to his RE: self, to an extent.
* MundaneUtility: Uses his firebreathing to cook.

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* GagNose: Even Identified by his big, round nose. It even carries over to his RE: and "Call of Justice" self, to an extent.
* MundaneUtility: Uses his firebreathing fire-breathing to cook.



* PluckyComicRelief: Seems to use it to cover for his painful backstory, as he's easily the most cynical 00-Number.

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* PluckyComicRelief: Seems to use it to cover for his painful backstory, as he's easily the most cynical 00-Number.00-Cyborg besides 004.
* PsychicPowers: [[spoiler: 001's upgrading in the GOD'S WAR manga and OVA adaptation gave him the ability to outright possess his targets instead of changing his own appearance to mimic them. The manga ups it further by giving him an additional ability to change the appearance of those he possesses.]]



* LoveTriangle: In the '79 series, [[spoiler:with his old friends Dr. Gerhardt and Astacia when he was younger. Both Gilmore and Gerhardt competed for Astacia's affections, and she eventually chose and HappilyMarried Gerhardt. But after a horrific car accident left her severely burned, blind, and dying, Astacia mistakenly confessed, ''to her husband's face'', that she actually loved Gilmore. The revelation turned Gerhardt into a bitter old man obsessed with getting revenge on Gilmore for ruining his life]].

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* LoveTriangle: In the '79 series, series [[spoiler:with his old friends Dr. Gerhardt and Astacia when he was younger. Both Gilmore and Gerhardt competed for Astacia's affections, and she eventually chose and HappilyMarried Gerhardt. But after a horrific car accident left her severely burned, blind, and dying, Astacia mistakenly confessed, ''to her husband's face'', that she actually loved Gilmore. The revelation turned Gerhardt into a bitter old man obsessed with getting revenge on Gilmore for ruining his life]].



* WhatTheHellHero: Gets called out twice in the 2001 series - [[spoiler:once by his younger self calling him on his motives during a HeroicBSOD, then again by the 00-Cyborgs themselves after using a very poor excuse to justify upgrading a seriously injured 008.]] The '79 series also had him getting called out by [[spoiler:the daughter of two of his colleagues, who were killed during the escape.]]

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* WhatTheHellHero: WhatTheHellHero:
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Gets called out twice in the 2001 series - series: [[spoiler:once by his younger self calling him on his motives during a HeroicBSOD, HeroicBSOD in "Black Ghost Lives", then again by the 00-Cyborgs themselves after using a very poor excuse to justify upgrading a seriously injured 008.]] ]]
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** 005 was subjected to anti-Native American racism, and was left unemployed for a long time due to his race, forcing him to live the life as a nomad trying to find a stable job. The only job he found turned his people into humorous stereotypes, which 005 found incredibly offensive to his heritage.

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** 005 was subjected to anti-Native American racism, and was left unemployed for a long time due to his race, forcing him to live the life as a nomad trying to find a stable job. The In the manga, the only job he found turned his people into humorous stereotypes, which 005 found incredibly offensive to his heritage.



* GlorySeeker: The 00-Cyborgs are accused of being this in ''Call of Justice'' due to them suddenly going off the public radar for a while only to reemerge in the 21st century, after they are attacked by members of the Blessed organization. The United Nations think they engineered the attacks on them to claim their lost glory.
* HeroWithBadPublicity: Despite saving the world many times over, sometimes all the 00-Cyborgs receive for their actions is boos and hissing [[UngratefulBastard from the very people they saved.]]
** In the 2016 film ''Call of Justice'', it's a plot point; after the Cold War and the defeat of Black Ghost, people started accusing the 00-Cyborgs of being living weapons, forcing them to go into hiding. Then they're branded terrorists and murderers by the United Nations due to them killing a few enemies who tried attacking them, despite their claims it was in self-defense. [[spoiler:Later justified; the 00-Cyborgs were being framed by the nefarious Blessed organization, who saw them as a threat and manipulated things behind the scenes to give them public infamy and get rid of them.]]
* HurtingHero: All the 00-Cyborgs want is to quit fighting and live peaceful lives, yet they continue to fight for the future of humankind because if they don't, Black Ghost or some other threat will go unchallenged.
* ImpossiblyCoolClothes: Their scarves are the only offender. Despite them being impossibly long, they ''never'' get caught on something or pulled on, especially during the heat of battle.



* AccidentalMurder: In the manga and the 1979 anime adaptation, a skirmish with a rival gang unexpectedly turned lethal when the switchblades came out (this is where he gets picked up by Black Ghost). Although this was initially to be kept in the 2001 anime, {{Bowdlerization}} hit in order to make it more kid-friendly and his origin was toned down to have him not stab anyone, but still be on the run from cops due to his delinquency.

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* AccidentalMurder: AccidentalMurder:
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In the manga and the 1979 anime adaptation, a skirmish with a rival gang unexpectedly turned lethal when the switchblades came out (this is where he gets picked up by Black Ghost). Although this was initially to be kept in the 2001 anime, {{Bowdlerization}} hit in order to make it more kid-friendly and his origin was toned down to have him not stab anyone, but still be on the run from cops due to his delinquency.



* CharlesAtlasSuperPower: He can lift eight fully grown people (and 001) and [[http://24.media.tumblr.com/c8bde95962f0cc7b1c4f3d9d0e3fd6cb/tumblr_mlqn52i9RO1r6o2d6o1_500.jpg still fly.]]



* DependingOnTheWriter: The manga played Jet off as a more laid-back, easygoing guy, although he began to show some strain during the late '70s and early '80s. In the 1979 anime, while he still kept some of his chill personality, he also had a little more edge and memorably [[BerserkButton flew off the handle at G.B. and Albert over his gang being insulted]]. The 2001 version of Jet, as mentioned above, started out as more of a cocky, hot-headed JerkAss and was played as a sort of rival type for both Joe and Albert, then mellowed out as time passed. In addition to this, the writers for the English dub of the '01 series tended to try to done down some of his {{Jerkass}} moments to make him sound a little ''less'' rude.

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* DependingOnTheWriter: The manga played Jet off as a more laid-back, easygoing guy, although he began to show some strain during the late '70s and early '80s. In the 1979 anime, while he still kept some of his chill personality, he also had a little more edge and memorably [[BerserkButton flew off the handle at G.B. and Albert over his gang being insulted]]. The 2001 version of Jet, as mentioned above, started out as more of a cocky, hot-headed JerkAss {{Jerkass}} and was played as a sort of rival type for both Joe and Albert, then mellowed out as time passed. In addition to this, the writers for the English dub of the '01 series tended to try to done down some of his {{Jerkass}} moments to make him sound a little ''less'' rude.



* PsychicPowers: [[spoiler:In the 2012 ''God's War'' manga and its OVA adaptation, he was given two psychic upgrades by 001 - the first one was the ability to accelerate his flight speed to the speed of light. The second one was the ability to [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleport]]]].

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* PsychicPowers: [[spoiler:In the 2012 ''God's War'' manga and its OVA adaptation, he was given two psychic upgrades by 001 - the first one was the ability to mentally accelerate his flight speed to the speed of light. The second one was the ability to [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleport]]]].



* SuperSpeed: He was installed with an early prototype version of Joe's Accelerator, one that achieves the same affects for a shorter amount of time. In the 2012''God's War'' manga, [[spoiler:after his body was ripped in half (first time), Jet was reconstructed by Dr. Gilmore so he can fly faster. He was later given by 001 the ability to psychically accelerate his flight speed to the speed of light, which was also shown in its OVA adaption]].

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* SuperSpeed: He was installed with an early prototype version of Joe's Accelerator, one that achieves the same affects for a shorter amount of time.time, though it was adapted out in later adaptations in favor of him just having flight. In the 2012''God's War'' manga, [[spoiler:after his body was ripped in half (first time), Jet was reconstructed by Dr. Gilmore so he can fly faster. He was later given by 001 the ability to psychically accelerate his flight speed to the speed of light, which was also shown in its OVA adaption]].adaption]].
* SuperStrength: He can (somehow) lift eight fully grown people (and 001) and [[http://24.media.tumblr.com/c8bde95962f0cc7b1c4f3d9d0e3fd6cb/tumblr_mlqn52i9RO1r6o2d6o1_500.jpg still fly.]]




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* BadassBiker: ''Call of Justice'' gives her a personal motorcycle that she can ride on for personal travel.



* BroughtDownToNormal: In the 2001 anime, it's revealed that her powers can be disrupted by sandstorms and such things.

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* BroughtDownToNormal: BroughtDownToNormal:
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In the 2001 anime, it's revealed that her powers can be disrupted by sandstorms and such things.things.
** ''Call of Justice'' has her (and 009) being turned into a normal human by an old mystic. [[spoiler:It's actually an illusion, used to determine what they truly want in life: to live as humans, or continue saving the world as 00-Cyborgs. She ultimately chooses the latter and is restored to being a cyborg again.]]



* EvilMakeover: In ''Monster Wars'', she gets this when she becomes BrainwashedAndCrazy courtesy of Black Ghost; her hair becomes wild and unkempt, the sclera of her eyes become yellow and her skin takes on a deep gray tone and she grows fangs.



* SensoryOverload: [[spoiler:The 2001 episode "Black Ghost Lives" has poor 003 thrown into the middle of a battlefield after being turned into a 00-Cyborg, freaking out over the excessive amount of noise from the weapons firing at her thanks to her enhanced hearing.]]



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Compare his appearance in the early 1960s manga and anime (bowl haircut, pointed nose, narrow jaw) to his appearance in the 2012 film (in which he looks like a silver-haired Daniel Craig). See Art Evolution below.
* AdaptationDyeJob: Received reddish-brown hair in the early anime films, as opposed to his iconic silver haired look. Although, [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Ishinomori himself didn't consistently depict Albert with silver hair at first either]], with him appearing with light brown or blond hair in the occasional colorspread (which leads to some wondering if [[HairColorDissonance the silver may be a stylization choice]]). Even some of the color pages included in Kodansha's full-color edition and the deluxe re-releases of the manga depict him with noticeably strawberry blond hair, as did the original color printing of "Emergency Simulation 1992" (the final one-shot for the series that was drawn by Ishinomori).



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Compare his appearance in the early 1960s manga and anime (bowl haircut, pointed nose, narrow jaw) to his appearance in the 2012 film (in which he looks like a silver-haired Daniel Craig). See Art Evolution below.
* AdaptationDyeJob: Received reddish-brown hair in the early anime films, as opposed to his iconic silver haired look. Although, [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Ishinomori himself didn't consistently depict Albert with silver hair at first either]], with him appearing with light brown or blond hair in the occasional colorspread (which leads to some wondering if [[HairColorDissonance the silver may be a stylization choice]]). Even some of the color pages included in Kodansha's full-color edition and the deluxe re-releases of the manga depict him with noticeably strawberry blond hair, as did the original color printing of "Emergency Simulation 1992" (the final one-shot for the series that was drawn by Ishinomori).



* ArtEvolution: Started out with a shorter bowl cut hair style, as well as having a pointier nose that could nearly rival Jet's (this was carried over to the '60s films and '68 series and even taken UpToEleven with its size at times). His hair style changed over the course of the manga, and his nose was altered to a more aquiline shape. His facial structure was also changed from elongated and pointy to him having a more rounded or squared off jaw.

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* ArtEvolution: Started out with a shorter bowl cut hair style, as well as having a pointier nose that could nearly rival Jet's (this was carried over to the '60s films and '68 series and even taken UpToEleven with its size at times). His hair style changed over the course of the manga, manga from a bowl cut to a pageboy, and his nose was altered to a more aquiline shape. His facial structure was also changed from elongated and pointy to him having a more rounded or squared off jaw.



* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:At the end of "Legend of the Super Galaxy", due to Joe subconsciously wishing him back to life after entering the Vortex.]]
** BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:Joe's wish caused Albert to be resurrected as a normal human man. But Albert opts to be turned back into a cyborg, giving up his humanity once again, realizing that he had enjoyed being part of the 00 cyborg team.]]

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* BackFromTheDead: BackFromTheDead:
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[[spoiler:At the end of "Legend of the Super Galaxy", due to Joe subconsciously wishing him back to life after entering the Vortex.]]
** BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:Joe's wish caused Albert [[spoiler:After sacrificing himself to be resurrected as kill off a normal human man. But Albert opts to be turned back into a cyborg, giving up his humanity once again, realizing that he had enjoyed being part member of the 00 cyborg team.Blessed organization and save humankind from its GoalOrientedEvolution plot in ''Call of Justice'', he is somehow brought back at the end, with no justifiable reason.]]



* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:009's wish to bring 004 BackFromTheDead in ''Legend of the Super Galazy'' caused 004 to be resurrected as a normal human man. But 004 opts to be turned back into a cyborg, giving up his humanity once again, realizing that he had enjoyed being part of the 00 cyborg team.]]



* FourIsDeath: In the manga he is labeled "God of Death" (''shinigami'' [[note]]Which can also be translated as "Grim Reaper" in some contexts[[/note]]).
* GermanicDepressives: Comes from his past as an UsefulNotes/EastGermany runaway.

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* FourIsDeath: In the manga manga, he is labeled "God of Death" (''shinigami'' [[note]]Which can also be translated as "Grim Reaper" in some contexts[[/note]]).
* GermanicDepressives: Comes He's a German man full of depression and angst. It comes from his past as an UsefulNotes/EastGermany runaway.runaway and losing his fiancee Hilda.



* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Dies in "Legend of the Super Galaxy", when he stays behind to fight Zoa's troops and the bomb inside him detonates (due to gun shots breaching his body). He gets better at the end, due to Joe temporarily gaining the ability to alter reality from having entered the Vortex. However, some cuts of the film had his resurrection removed.]]

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* HeroicSacrifice: HeroicSacrifice:
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[[spoiler:Dies in "Legend of the Super Galaxy", when he stays behind to fight Zoa's troops and the bomb inside him detonates (due to gun shots breaching his body). He gets better at the end, due to Joe temporarily gaining the ability to alter reality from having entered the Vortex. However, some cuts of the film had his resurrection removed.]]



** [[spoiler:In the 2016 CGI film ''Call of Justice'', 004 hooks himself up to a satellite manned by the brain of a Blessed member and set to release plague-carrying micro-drones on Earth to force humanity to evolve, so the satellite will instead go on a path towards the Sun knowing it'll incinerate them both.]]



* NightmareFace: He can pull off some ''terrifying'' facial expressions when provoked into {{Unstoppable Rage}}s, such as the 2001 episode "Man or Machine?".



* ProgressivelyPrettier: In the early issues of the manga, he's decidedly odd-looking, with a bowl haircut, pointed nose, and narrow jaw. Over time, the manga's {{art evolution}} produced a more normal-looking 004.

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* ProgressivelyPrettier: In the early issues of the manga, he's decidedly odd-looking, with a bowl haircut, pointed nose, and narrow jaw. Over time, the manga's {{art evolution}} ArtEvolution produced a more normal-looking 004.004 with a chiseled face and pageboy cut.



* SayMyName: "HIIIIIILDAAAAAA!!!!"

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* SayMyName: "HIIIIIILDAAAAAA!!!!"[[TearJerker"HIIIIIILDAAAAAA!!!!"]]



* TragicKeepsake: His [[StuffedIntoTheFridge dead girlfriend]] [[TheGwenStacy Hilda's]] ring. [[spoiler:Turns out it [[MementoMacGuffin comes in handy]] while fending off 0011 with a half-paralyzed body.]]

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* TragicKeepsake: His [[StuffedIntoTheFridge dead girlfriend]] fiancee]] [[TheGwenStacy Hilda's]] ring. [[spoiler:Turns out it [[MementoMacGuffin comes in handy]] while fending off 0011 with a half-paralyzed body.]]




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* BerserkButton: Insulting his Native American heritage is a definite no-no. In the manga, when he found a producer who was employing actors to play as stereotypes of his people (and asked 005 to play as a chief), 005 was so ''furious'' that he punched the guy for turning his people into entertainment.



* TheEmpath: The 2001 anime and subsequent adaptations give him the ability to connect with nature on a spiritual level.



* TheStoic: Is usually capable of making one expression. When that expression changes, though, ''get the hell out''.

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* TheStoic: Is usually capable of making one expression. When that expression changes, though, ''get the hell out''.



* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: Normally TheQuietOne, he pulls this off against [[spoiler:The Spirit of the Earth]].

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* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: Normally TheQuietOne, he pulls this off against [[spoiler:The Spirit of the Earth]].Earth]] in the 2001 series.



* PsychicPowers: [[spoiler:Gains these thanks to 001's NextTierPowerUpgrade in the 2012 ''God's War'' manga and its OVA adaptation. He gains pyrokinetic abilities that allow him to change the shape and direction of his fire breath, and breathe ''freakin' flame dragons''!]]

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* PsychicPowers: [[spoiler:Gains these thanks to 001's NextTierPowerUpgrade NextTierPowerUp in the 2012 ''God's War'' manga and its OVA adaptation. He gains pyrokinetic abilities that allow him to change the shape and direction of his fire breath, and breathe ''freakin' flame dragons''!]]



* AstralProjection: [[spoiler:Gains the ability to project his spirit and straight-up possess living creatures instead of just shapeshifting himself to look like them, thanks to 001's NextTierUpgrade in ''Conclusion: God's War'']].

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* AstralProjection: [[spoiler:Gains the ability to project his spirit and straight-up possess living creatures instead of just shapeshifting himself to look like them, thanks to 001's NextTierUpgrade NextTierPowerUp in ''Conclusion: God's War'']].



* BeadyEyedLoser

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* BeadyEyedLoserBeadyEyedLoser: A cartoon-eyed 00-Cyborg who was a washed up actor and former drunkard before he was converted.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: ''All'' of his incarnations depict him as a washed-up actor who turned into a drunkard after his fame ran out. [[spoiler:The '79 anime upped it further by having being accused of murdering his friend during a climbing trip shortly after the latter got the lead part for a major production, when it was actually equipment failure that killed him. Unable to clear his name due to bad timing, 007 spiraled into depression and turned to alcohol to ease his pain.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: Later adaptations try to play up his British heritage by giving him a dry wit.
* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:A heroic example; in the 2012 manga and its OVA adaption, 001 gives G.B. a psychic upgrade in the form of possession, in where he astrally projects himself into the body of a living being and takes control of them.]]



* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: In the 2001 anime, he fell in love with a rich lady [[spoiler: who was revealed to be Cyborg 0012 and a member of Black Ghost]]. Even after TheReveal, he kept defending her actions and is still willing to act as her KnightInShiningArmor in the end.
* GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler:In the 2012 manga and its OVA adaption, Ivan gives G.B. a psychic upgrade in the form of possession, in where he astrally projects himself into the body of a living being and takes control of them.]]
* JamesBondage: Mainly in the original manga and '79 series, where his attempts to spy on the enemy often went awry. He was more savvy in the 2001 one.

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* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: In the 2001 anime, he fell in love with a rich lady [[spoiler: who [[spoiler:who was revealed to be Cyborg 0012 and a member of Black Ghost]]. Even after TheReveal, he kept defending her actions and is was still willing to act as her KnightInShiningArmor in the end.
* GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler:In the 2012 manga and its OVA adaption, Ivan gives G.B. a psychic upgrade in the form of possession, in where he astrally projects himself into the body of a living being and takes control of them.]]
* JamesBondage: Mainly in the original manga and '79 series, where his attempts to spy on the enemy often went awry. He was more savvy in the 2001 one.one and later adaptations.



* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Despite their horrible, horrible actions and being responsible for the creation of the 00-Cyborgs, Black Ghost indirectly saved the main protagonists from even worse fates.

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Despite their horrible, horrible actions and being responsible for the creation of the 00-Cyborgs, Black Ghost indirectly saved almost all the main protagonists from even worse fates.



** 005 would have continued wandering alone.

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** 005 would have continued wandering alone.alone, unemployed and struggling to earn a living due to racism against his people.



* DarkIsEvil: Always seen wearing black. Also is the leader of Black Ghost.



* BeardOfEvil: Unlike the original Odin who was a BigGood, this Odin had a mile-long god complex, and is the main villain of the Yggdrasil arc.



* FreudianExcuse: [[spoiler:His beloved wife Astacia was severely in a horrific car accident that left her burned and blind, and on her deathbed, she accidentally confessed, ''to his face'', that she was actually in love with Gilmore, his old school rival. This turned him into a bitter old man obsessed with exacting revenge on Gilmore for ruining his happiness]].
* HappilyMarried: With his wife Astacia. [[spoiler:Then it gets twisted horribly when, after becoming the victim of a horrific car accident that left her burned, blind, and dying, Astacia mistakenly reveals that she was actually in love with Gilmore, her husband's old rival from university]].
* LoveTriangle: [[spoiler:With his old friends Gilmore and Astacia when he was younger. Gerhardt competed with Gilmore for Astacia's affections and was eventually chosen by her. They were HappilyMarried, but a horrific car accident led to him discovering by accident that Astacia actually loved Gilmore. Embittered, Gerhardt became obsessed with exacting revenge on Gilmore for ruining his happiness]].

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* FreudianExcuse: [[spoiler:His beloved wife Astacia was severely injured in a horrific car accident that left her burned and blind, and on her deathbed, she accidentally confessed, ''to his face'', that she was actually in love with Gilmore, his old friend and school rival. This turned him into a bitter old man obsessed with exacting revenge on Gilmore for ruining his happiness]].
* HappilyMarried: With his wife Astacia. [[spoiler:Then it gets twisted horribly when, after becoming the victim of a horrific car accident that left her burned, blind, and dying, Astacia mistakenly reveals that she was actually in love with Gilmore, her husband's old friend and rival from university]].
* LoveTriangle: [[spoiler:With his old friends Gilmore and Astacia when he was younger. Gerhardt competed with Gilmore for Astacia's affections and was eventually chosen by her. won. They were HappilyMarried, but a horrific car accident led to him discovering by accident that Astacia actually loved Gilmore. Embittered, Gerhardt became obsessed with exacting revenge on Gilmore for ruining his happiness]].



* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold

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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGoldHairOfGoldHeartOfGold: A cheerful, blonde kid who idolizes 002.



* ParentalSubstitute: Finds one in Jet.

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* ParentalSubstitute: Finds one in Jet.002.



* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette



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* SuperSpeed: Like Joe/009 and Jet/002 of the 00-Cyborgs, he possesses an Accelerator.

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* SuperSpeed: Like Joe/009 and Jet/002 of the 00-Cyborgs, Jet/002, he possesses an Accelerator.



* EvilCounterpart: To 005.

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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: He's usually seen within the vicinity of 0017 and is quite protective of him. [[spoiler:When Azazel kills 0017, 0016 immediately tries to avenge him, but is instantly cut down.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To 005.005, who possesses his strength and armored skin, and 004, who also possesses multiple weapons in his body.



* IronicName: Despite being named after the Biblical character who murdered his brother, Cain/0016 is close to Abel/0017 [[spoiler:and goes into a murderous rage when ''Azazel'' kills Abel/0017.]]



* EvilCounterpart: To 006, who possesses the power to breathe fire.

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* EvilCounterpart: To 006, who who's older than him and possesses the power to breathe fire.



* CainAndAbel: [[spoiler:Fights his twin sister, Eva, after being possessed by (and fusing with) the demon Atun. Eventually, she manages to free his human soul from the demon, at the cost of both.]]



* WhiteHairBlackHeart: [[spoiler:After he merged with the demon Atun and became "Azazel"]].

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* TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler:He dies after he is freed from Atun's body. Not long after, Eva dies due to expending too much of her power and energy saving her brother.]]
* WhiteHairBlackHeart: [[spoiler:After [[spoiler:Subverted before the experiments by being a nice boy, but after he merged with the demon Atun and became "Azazel"]]."Azazel", he played it straight with his newfound sadism and arrogance]].


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* ReligiousAndMythicalThemeNaming: Named after Lilith, Adam's supposed "first wife" before the conception of Eve.


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* AGodAmI: Has a god complex several miles long due being treated like a god for having supernatural powers.
* EvilCounterpart: To 009. Both are leaders of their groups (00-Cyborgs, Blessed), and wield incredible power ([[SuperSpeed Accelerator]], supernatural powers). However, Emperor is what happens when you give 009 godlike supernatural power, take away his [[NiceGuy compassion]], and give him a mile-long god complex. [[spoiler:Unlike 009, who has constantly experienced loneliness every time he Accelerates and has a deeper appreciation of his friendships, Emperor has surrounded himself with people who worshiped him like a god and enabled his complex yet was never able to forge true bonds with them. Once that's taken away, he quickly crumbles apart.]]
* HatesBeingAlone: [[spoiler:Unlike 009, who constantly isolates himself whenever he uses his Accelerator, thus giving him a deeper appreciation of his friendships, Emperor has once never experienced loneliness because he always surrounded himself with people who constantly worshiped him and enabled his god complex. When Joe Accelerates him and traps him in a void to be alone for eternity, he [[VillainousBSOD quickly crumbles apart]].]]
* AFateWorseThanDeath: [[spoiler:Subjects Catalina to one by erasing all of her memories, even ''the ability to speak and understand language'', when she still couldn't bring herself to kill 009. He is later subjected to one himself by 009, who Accelerates him and traps him in a void to be alone for eternity.]]
* SharpDressedMan: Always wears a light-colored, high-class suit with his mask.
* TheUnreveal: [[spoiler:When 009 punches his face in the end, breaking his mask, his bare face is shadowed.]]
* VillainousBSOD: [[spoiler:As the 00-Cyborgs increasingly become a threat to him, Emperor starts acting more enraged and underestimating the faith they have in 009. He starts crumbling during the final battle, when he experiences the loneliness 009 feels whenever he Accelerates thanks to Catalina telepathically linking him with 009. After Emperor kills her, a vengeful 009 exceeds his Acceleration speed to the point where Emperor can't read his movements, and traps him in a void where he will be alone for eternity. It's at this point where Emperor's cool facade completely collapses, and he becomes a raging, screaming madman out of extreme fear of being alone.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:Presents himself as one; he wants to subject humanity to a global plague that will force them to evolve and give them powers, because he believes that humans are stuck in a evolutionary dead end with their constant warring with each other. It's later subverted; Emperor actually HatesBeingAlone and only sees his followers and the people around him as reasons to validate his existence as a supposed benevolent leader and god.]]
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* AgeLift: In the '60s animated movie and the 1968 TV series, he's portrayed as a young child rather than a grown man. This was due to the producers wanting a [[KidAppealCharacter character for the kids in the audience to relate to]].
2nd Mar '17 10:39:59 AM superkeijikun
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* MadeOfIron: In ''Call of Justice'': while not to the same extent as [=Geronimo/005=], being built to withstand the crushing depths of the deep sea makes him among the more durable Cyborgs.
28th Feb '17 5:29:09 PM DodgerJ25
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->Voiced by: Ryo Ishihara (early films and 1968 series), Creator/KeiichiNoda (1979 series and 1980 film), Don Pomes (1980 film- English dub), Creator/ShowtaroMorikubo (2001 series), Creator/KirkThornton (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Sparky Allen"), Creator/HideyukiHori (2009 CD dramas), Creator/DaisukeOno (2012 movie), Creator/MarcDiraison (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/TomoakiMaeno (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/SpikeSpencer (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Takuya Satou (''Call of Justice'' film trilogy); Jaime Vega (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Ricardo Mendoza (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Manuel Campuzano (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)

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->Voiced by: Ryo Ishihara (early films and 1968 series), Creator/KeiichiNoda (1979 series and 1980 film), Don Pomes (1980 film- English dub), Creator/ShowtaroMorikubo (2001 series), Creator/KirkThornton (2001 series- English dub; credited as "Sparky Allen"), Creator/HideyukiHori (2009 CD dramas), Creator/DaisukeOno (2012 movie), Creator/MarcDiraison (2012 movie - English dub), Creator/TomoakiMaeno (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman''), Creator/SpikeSpencer (''Cyborg 009 vs. Devilman'' - English dub), Takuya Satou (''Call of Justice'' film trilogy); Jaime Vega (1967's "Monster Wars" - Latin American Spanish dub), Ricardo Mendoza Creator/RicardoMendoza (2001 series - Latin American Spanish dub), Manuel Campuzano (2012 movie - Latin American Spanish dub)
22nd Feb '17 9:45:08 AM AzureReality
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* TearsOfJoy: Although it turned into a case of I'mCryingButIDontKnowWhy due to his memory being erased, Joe wept upon meeting his mother when he time traveled to the past.

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* TearsOfJoy: Although it turned into a case of I'mCryingButIDontKnowWhy I'mCryingbutIDontKnowWhy due to his memory being erased, Joe wept upon meeting his mother when he time traveled to the past.
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