History WesternAnimation / Cybersix

14th Dec '15 3:11:39 PM maxwellsilver
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* AllThereInTheManual: There are certain things that you have to research or read the comic book to understand: where Cybersix got her costume, how she escaped from Von Reichter, and other BackStory things. It also helps if you want to understand exactly ''what'' the Cybers are and how Von Reichter created them, as well as the Technos, Fixed Ideas, and other creatures mentioned on the show.
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* AllThereInTheManual: There are certain things that you have to research or read the comic book to understand: where Cybersix got her costume, how she escaped from Von Reichter, where the Adrian persona came from and other BackStory things. It also helps if you want to understand exactly ''what'' the Cybers are and how Von Reichter created them, as well as the Technos, Fixed Ideas, and other creatures mentioned on the show.
14th Dec '15 3:10:18 PM maxwellsilver
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* AdaptationalBadass: While certainly no slouch in the comic, Cybersix notes she is unable to attack a Fixed Idea and tries to avoid them when possible. Here, she attacks them with almost impunity. It helps that, unlike in the comics, whenever a Techno of Fixed Idea is defeated in the cartoon, they turn into a pile of clothes and a vial of Sustenance. * AdaptationDistillation: The cartoon to the comic. They removed much of the extraneous NavelGazing among ''many'' other things, which makes this also a fine example of a PragmaticAdaptation.

* AdaptationDistillation: The cartoon to the comic. They removed much of the extraneous NavelGazing among ''many'' other things, which makes this also a fine example of a PragmaticAdaptation.

* ArtificialHuman
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* ArtificialHumanArtificialHuman: The Cyber and Techno series and Fixed Ideas.
15th Aug '15 7:45:08 PM Prfnoff
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In-universe examples only for Attractive Bent Gender
* AttractiveBentGender: Cybersix as "Adrian" is actually quite good-looking.
10th Aug '15 2:04:43 PM Hashil
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* FutureSlang: 3 kids threaten Adrian in the first episode using incomprehensible lingo.
8th Jul '15 6:42:28 PM Zagreus
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* CityOfAdventure: Meridiana. Everything seems to happen in Meridiana. In fact, there's only one episode that spends time outside Meridiana, and that was only because the villain of that episode found out that Adrian was Cybersix, and stalked his/her field trip.
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* CityOfAdventure: Meridiana. Everything seems to happen in Meridiana. In fact, there's only one episode that spends time outside Meridiana, and that was only because the villain of that episode found out that Adrian was Cybersix, and stalked his/her them on their field trip.

* ClarkKenting: Cybersix wears no mask, so Adrian brushes his/her hair differently and wears glasses. Not to mention the [[{{Crossdresser}} cross-dressing]].
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* ClarkKenting: Cybersix wears no mask, so Adrian brushes his/her their hair differently and wears glasses. Not to mention the [[{{Crossdresser}} cross-dressing]].

* CuteBookworm: Cybersix as Adrian, given that (s)he's a lit teacher and often seen quoting poetry.
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* CuteBookworm: Cybersix as Adrian, given that (s)he's they're a lit teacher and often seen quoting poetry.
3rd Apr '15 5:44:45 PM KenKevinStriker
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Despite its gorgeous animation, a likable and interesting plot and characters, the show only had 13 episodes, different networks that aired them (i.e. Teletoon in Canada and FoxKids in America), and did not recieve a DVD release until almost 15 years after it aired. For years, it aired irregularly in Canada and France, so other viewers have largely had to depend on the kind souls that KeepCirculatingTheTapes on Website/YouTube. [[http://www.hulu.com/cybersix The English version went live on Hulu in 2013]], and it finally recieved a DVD release in late 2014 thanks to Creator/DiscotekMedia.
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Despite its gorgeous animation, a likable and interesting plot and characters, the show only had 13 episodes, different networks that aired them (i.e. Teletoon in Canada and a heavily edited version on FoxKids in America), and did not recieve a DVD release until almost 15 years after it aired. For years, it aired irregularly in Canada and France, so other viewers have largely had to depend on the kind souls that KeepCirculatingTheTapes on Website/YouTube. [[http://www.hulu.com/cybersix The English version went live on Hulu in 2013]], and it finally recieved a DVD release in late 2014 thanks to Creator/DiscotekMedia.
3rd Apr '15 10:33:28 AM SantosLHalper
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With gorgeous animation, a likable and interesting plot and characters, the show only had 13 episodes, different networks that aired them (i.e. Teletoon in Canada and FoxKids in America), and did not recieve a DVD release until almost 15 years after it aired. For years, it aired irregularly in Canada and France, so other viewers have largely had to depend on the kind souls that KeepCirculatingTheTapes on Website/YouTube. [[http://www.hulu.com/cybersix The English version went live on Hulu in 2013]], and it finally recieved a DVD release in late 2014 thanks to Creator/DiscotekMedia.
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With Despite its gorgeous animation, a likable and interesting plot and characters, the show only had 13 episodes, different networks that aired them (i.e. Teletoon in Canada and FoxKids in America), and did not recieve a DVD release until almost 15 years after it aired. For years, it aired irregularly in Canada and France, so other viewers have largely had to depend on the kind souls that KeepCirculatingTheTapes on Website/YouTube. [[http://www.hulu.com/cybersix The English version went live on Hulu in 2013]], and it finally recieved a DVD release in late 2014 thanks to Creator/DiscotekMedia.
17th Mar '15 9:40:53 AM Willbyr
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''ComicBook/{{Cybersix}}'' was an Argentinian comic book that had its rights bought by a Canadian company, who then passed the animation duties off to [[TMSEntertainment a Japanese company]], and the result was this cartoon. The series lasted from September to November, 1999. A total of 13 episodes in a single season.
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''ComicBook/{{Cybersix}}'' was an Argentinian comic book that had its rights bought by a Canadian company, who then passed the animation duties off to [[TMSEntertainment [[Creator/TMSEntertainment a Japanese company]], and the result was this cartoon. The series lasted from September to November, 1999. A total of 13 episodes in a single season.
29th Jan '15 1:06:15 PM Nyerguds
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* CrushBlush: Cybersix herself sports one in "Terra" after fantasizing about dancing with [[LoveInterest Lucas]].
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* CrushBlush: Cybersix herself sports one in "Terra" after fantasizing about dancing with [[LoveInterest Lucas]].

* TheDragon: Josť is this to Von Reichter. * DragonAscendant: The last scene of the last episode implies that Josť has become this.
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* TheDragon: Josť is this to Von Reichter. Reichter. * DragonAscendant: The last scene of the last episode implies that Josť has become this. this. * DramaticThunder: Usually played straight, but played with in episode seven, where a thunderclap that could be seen as Thunderous Underline to the villain's plotting actually ''startles'' the villain, because it's a sunny day outside. It turns out to be the precursor of a rainstorm later in the evening.
14th Jan '15 8:17:38 PM Heart
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** 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 end, this also happens to [[spoiler:Von Reicter.]]
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