Cybersix is an animated science fiction television series, based on the comic strip of the same name by Carlos Meglia. The series was produced by the Vancouver-based Network of Animation (NOA) and animated in Japan by TMS Entertainment. Many of the comic's darker themes had to be toned down for this show in order to make it appropriate for younger viewers. The original music score for the show was composed by Robbi Finkel. Its opening and ending songs were composed by Robbi Finkel with lyrics by Robert Olivier and sung by jazz vocalist Coral Egan. The series originally aired on Teletoon in Canada, Fox Kids in the United States, Kids Station in Japan and Telefe in Argentina.

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  • Cybersix is an animated science fiction television series, based on the comic strip of the same name by Carlos Meglia. The series was produced by the Vancouver-based Network of Animation (NOA) and animated in Japan by TMS Entertainment. Many of the comic's darker themes had to be toned down for this show in order to make it appropriate for younger viewers. The original music score for the show was composed by Robbi Finkel. Its opening and ending songs were composed by Robbi Finkel with lyrics by Robert Olivier and sung by jazz vocalist Coral Egan. The series originally aired on Teletoon in Canada, Fox Kids in the United States, Kids Station in Japan and Telefe in Argentina. On May 6, 2000 Cybersix won "Best Animated Production" and "Best Overall Sound of an Animated Production" at the Leo Awards. On April 28, 2001, the series won "Special Mention for the Best Science Fiction Program" at the Pulcinella Awards in Italy for that year's competition. (en)
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  • 1999-10-23 (xsd:date)
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  • Nobuo Tomizawa
  • Atsuko Tanaka
  • Hiroyuki Aoyama
  • Kazuhide Tomonaga
  • Toshihiko Masuda
  • Keiko Oyamada
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  • English
  • Portuguese
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  • AE1C26
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  • 1999-09-06 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-09-12 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-09-18 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-09-19 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-09-25 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-09-26 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-10-02 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-10-03 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-10-09 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-10-10 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-10-16 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-10-17 (xsd:date)
  • 1999-10-23 (xsd:date)
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  • Koji Takeuchi
  • Toshihiko Masuda
  • Carole Ducharme
  • Herve Bedard
  • Shuno Kato
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  • Lori, a student at Meridiana High School has a crush on Adrian and finds out where he lives but is disgusted to find Cybersix there; . After Lori converses with Lucas, he realizes Adrian knows about Cybersix. Lori is captured by José's gang. Cybersix rescues Lori and foils José's mission to rob the national bank.
  • José receives from his father an eyeball creature capable of draining its victims' consciousness and growing in the process. Cybersix reflects the eye's gaze back at it with mirror glass, but the eye intensifies its power at a stadium. As José struggles to capture the now out of control eye, Cybersix destroys it with a tank of liquid nitrogen, thus restoring the city's population.
  • Meridiana is beset by swarms of hostile birds that attack those who step outside. Eventually after a visit from Cybersix, Lucas deduces the birds are being controlled by José and pause only whenever new broadcasts are transmitted. Lucas creates diversions to allow Cybersix to get to the TV tower and electrical broadcaster, where Cybersix and Data-7 battle and destroy José's giant bird abomination.
  • A reptilian woman named Griselda, who has invisibility powers stalks Cybersix relentlessly in a deadly chase. During a class field trip, she discovers that Adrian is Cybersix. Griselda injures Adrian who cannot retaliate as this would expose his true identity to others. After a long ambulance chase after Adrian, Griselda drives off a bridge. Adrian tries to help Griselda, but she compassionately sacrifices herself to save Cybersix from a moving train.
  • A horde of winged goblins attack Cybersix, but they retreat at dawn. Julian finds the goblins' lair and is trapped by them, but Data-7 rescues him. After a second encounter with the goblins, Cybersix realizes their weakness. Cybersix brings a train to the goblin lair and as she keeps the goblins at bay, Data-7 and Julian load the eggs on the train. Cybersix traps the goblins on the train and destroys them and their eggs in the sunlight.
  • José kidnaps Julian and his new friend Ikiko, to blackmail Ikiko's older brother Detective Yashimoto into hunting down Cybersix. Yashimoto meets Cybersix in her apartment deducing she is Adrian. Yashimoto uses a Cybersix mannequin to fool José, while Julian and Ikiko make their escape. José summons a giant ammonite-like creature, before Cybersix and Data-7 destroy it.
  • Von Reichter sends a panther called Data-7 to seek and destroy Cybersix. Adrian meets a young boy named Julian, who is forced by his master to pick pockets. Cybersix finds José in an abandoned theatre where Julian lives and battles Data-7, until the panther looks at a picture from Adrian's wallet and saves Julian's life. Data-7 is revealed to be a resurrected Cyber-29 and defects to join Cybersix against Von Reichter.
  • Von Reichter sends an island-sized living bomb to destroy Meridiana with Cybersix in it at midnight. Before heading off for a final confrontation, Adrian reveals who he really is to Lori and Lucas. José, who is determined to keep Meridiana for himself, reverses the direction of the bomb, while Cybersix, with the help of failed experiments, overwhelms Von Reichter and the living bomb destroys his laboratory.
  • Von Reichter creates a monster named Terra. When the creature battles Cybersix, her altruistic essence transforms his malevolent heart to goodness. José traps Terra and restores his aggression. José sets the tower on fire, trapping Cybersix and Terra inside. However, Terra regains his free will and sacrifices himself to save Cybersix.
  • Meridiana's top six detectives including Julian's friend Henrique are brainwashed by José's new mind-control device to seek out Cybersix. Julian catches wind of this, but is captured by José and becomes bait to lure Cybersix into a trap. Julian removes the mind control device on Henrique, who helps Cybersix escape, and they battle José's goons as a thunderstorm destroys the base.
  • High school teacher Lucas Amato befriends fellow teacher Adrian Seidelman, and encounters the dangerous minions of José and Von Reichter by night, not knowing that Adrian is actually the mysterious Cybersix, who comes to his rescue. Cybersix heads off to stop José from counterfeiting money and to rescue the engraver and printer being forced to make it.
  • A werewolf monster turns other people into werewolves, as a new teacher named Elaine signs on to work at the high school and dates Lucas, causing Adrian to become upset. Lucas transforms into a werewolf and Cybersix realizes Elaine is the werewolf monster. Cybersix snaps Lucas out of his wild trance and destroys Elaine, purging the infection from Lucas.
  • José captures Data-7 and stages a circus show, where Cybersix is captured by robotic animals and is forced to become part of the attraction. Lucas is taken backstage and manages to free Data-7 and disables the robots' programming, while Data-7 rescues Cybersix. All three of them fight and destroy the robots along with the circus.
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  • Blue Birds of Horror
  • Brainwashed
  • Daylight Devil
  • Full Moon Fascination
  • Terra
  • The Eye
  • The Final Confrontation
  • The Greatest Show in Meridiana
  • Yashimoto, Private Eye
  • Data-7 & Julian
  • Gone With the Wings
  • Lori is Missing
  • Mysterious Shadow
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  • Carlos Meliga
  • Carlos Trillo
  • Catherine Girczyc
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  • Cybersix is an animated science fiction television series, based on the comic strip of the same name by Carlos Meglia. The series was produced by the Vancouver-based Network of Animation (NOA) and animated in Japan by TMS Entertainment. Many of the comic's darker themes had to be toned down for this show in order to make it appropriate for younger viewers. The original music score for the show was composed by Robbi Finkel. Its opening and ending songs were composed by Robbi Finkel with lyrics by Robert Olivier and sung by jazz vocalist Coral Egan. The series originally aired on Teletoon in Canada, Fox Kids in the United States, Kids Station in Japan and Telefe in Argentina. (en)
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  • Cybersix (TV series) (en)
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