History WesternAnimation / Cybersix

14th May '17 5:49:50 PM ElSquibbonator
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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Data 7 acts more like a dog than the jaguar he is.

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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Data 7 acts more like a dog than the jaguar he is.is, even licking Cybersix's face on occasion.
14th May '17 5:48:18 PM ElSquibbonator
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* UglyGuyHotWife: Cybersix is rather attractive as both a man and a woman. Lucas is a blonde shaven gorilla. He does get better as the series goes on, though, and his personality and loyalty are his most attractive features.

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* UglyGuyHotWife: Cybersix is rather slender and attractive as both a man and a woman. Lucas Lucas, on the other hand, is a blonde shaven gorilla.rather chunky and muscular. He does get better as the series goes on, though, and his personality and loyalty are his most attractive features.
30th Mar '17 12:59:42 AM PaulA
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* ShoutOut: One of the robotic animals in the Circus is [[WizardOfOz a flying monkey]].

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* ShoutOut: One of the robotic animals in the Circus is [[WizardOfOz [[Film/TheWizardOfOz a flying monkey]].
25th Mar '17 10:59:36 AM fruitstripegum
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* AdaptationDyeJob: In the original comics, Lori is stated to be a blonde, whereas her hair is red in the cartoon.
* AdorablyPrecociousChild: Julian.



* AdaptationDyeJob: In the original comics, Lori is stated to be a blonde, whereas her hair is red in the cartoon.
* AdorablyPrecociousChild: Julian.
22nd Feb '17 12:37:25 AM ckret2
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* BadassNormal: Lucas would probably count. He can't do too much against the various monsters that attack, but he's still able to tackle a Fixed Idea that he found strangling Cybersix and has helped in various other ways (along with having no qualms about rushing into dangerous situations to help). He can order Data7 around; now, ''that's'' badass.

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* BadassNormal: Lucas would probably count. He can't do too much against the various monsters that attack, but he's still able to tackle a Fixed Idea that he found strangling Cybersix and has helped in various other ways (along with having no qualms about rushing into dangerous situations to help). He can order Data7 Data 7 around; now, ''that's'' badass.



* CoolTeacher: Lucas. He's bdass enough to intimidate the worst delinquents at his (pretty tough) school, easygoing enough to laugh at himself and joke with the students, conductor of fun science experiments in the classroom and he genuinely likes his pupils, bonkers though they may be. Interestingly, he's one of the few teachers in the media we see preparing for class, setting up lessons and adhering to health and safety regulations (in the liquid nitrogen/Giant Flying Eye episode).

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* CoolTeacher: Lucas. He's bdass badass enough to intimidate the worst delinquents at his (pretty tough) school, easygoing enough to laugh at himself and joke with the students, conductor of fun science experiments in the classroom and he genuinely likes his pupils, bonkers though they may be. Interestingly, he's one of the few teachers in the media we see preparing for class, setting up lessons and adhering to health and safety regulations (in the liquid nitrogen/Giant Flying Eye episode).



* EmbarrassingSlide: Provides the only bit of background the audience got on Lucas: that he was once an anorexic boxer.

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* EmbarrassingSlide: Provides the only bit of background the audience got on Lucas: that he was once an anorexic a scrawny boxer.



* EverythingFades: The show used with some odd videogame references that are almost certainly unintentional. When defeated, the Fixed Ideas evaporate, leaving behind a pile of clothes & a "Sustenance" vial (what actually keeps them alive). What makes this weirdly video-game like? The vial they drop is something Cybersix desperately needs to stay alive. It's literally a health power-up for Cybersix.

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* EverythingFades: The show used with some odd videogame video game references that are almost certainly unintentional. When defeated, the Fixed Ideas evaporate, leaving behind a pile of clothes & a "Sustenance" vial (what actually keeps them alive). What makes this weirdly video-game video game like? The vial they drop is something Cybersix desperately needs to stay alive. It's literally a health power-up for Cybersix.



** In the series finale, Von Reicter releases all of his created monsters from their tanks to attack Cybersix... but they promptly attack ''him'' instead, buying her time to escape.

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** In the series finale, Von [[spoiler:Von Reicter releases all of his created monsters from their tanks to attack Cybersix... but they promptly attack ''him'' instead, buying her time to escape.]]



* LeeroyJenkins: By the end of the first episode it becomes fairly apparent that Von Richter will never be able to create a monster scary enough that Lucas won't try to fight it head-on. By the third episode Cybersix resorts to having Data Seven guard Lucas in his apartment to try to keep him out of harm's way. The man does not seem to even have the concept of a survival instinct. Fortunately he's a bit more badass than most Leeroys.

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* LeeroyJenkins: By the end of the first episode it becomes fairly apparent that Von Richter will never be able to create a monster scary enough that Lucas won't try to fight it head-on. By the third episode Cybersix resorts to having Data Seven 7 guard Lucas in his apartment to try to keep him out of harm's way. The man does not seem to even have the concept of a survival instinct. Fortunately he's a bit more badass than most Leeroys.



* LightningBruiser Both Cybersix and Data7. Lucas is pretty agile too for such a big guy.

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* LightningBruiser Both Cybersix and Data7.Data 7. Lucas is pretty agile too for such a big guy.



* MinionWithAnFInEvil: The Fixed Ideas. They are simply dumb muscles following commands, when not following commands they are usually just looking at the things as if a child does.

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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: The Fixed Ideas. They are simply dumb muscles following commands, when not following commands they are usually just looking at the things as if a child does.



* ProHumanTranshuman: Cybersix was created to be a Nazi style Ubermensch, but steadfastly defends humanity against Von Richter.

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* ProHumanTranshuman: Cybersix was created to be a Nazi style Nazi-style Ubermensch, but steadfastly defends humanity against Von Richter.
22nd Feb '17 12:17:58 AM ckret2
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** Pretty much any trick that Jillian has shown at the beginning of the episode he will use later.

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** Pretty much any trick that Jillian Julian has shown at the beginning of the episode he will use later.
30th Nov '16 9:05:45 AM ElSquibbonator
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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Data 7 acts rather dog-like for a jaguar.

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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Data 7 acts rather dog-like for more like a jaguar.dog than the jaguar he is.
29th Nov '16 5:17:11 PM ElSquibbonator
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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Data 7 acts rather dog-like for a jaguar.
25th Nov '16 4:41:04 PM nombretomado
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* WholePlotReference: "Bluebirds of Horror" is pretty much ''Cybersix'' meets ''TheBirds''.

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* WholePlotReference: "Bluebirds of Horror" is pretty much ''Cybersix'' meets ''TheBirds''.''Film/TheBirds''.



* FeatheredFiend: ''Blue Birds Of Horror'' (complete with homages bordering on gratuitous to the TheBirds)

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* FeatheredFiend: ''Blue Birds Of Horror'' (complete with homages bordering on gratuitous to the TheBirds)Film/TheBirds)
19th Nov '16 7:21:03 AM tropower
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* TitleThemeTune: One of the few western animated productions to avert this trope (although it is sung from the title character's point of view).
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