was a genetically created female with super-human
abilities. She was one of many individuals in the
"Cyber-series," created by crazed scientist and
power-seeking megalomaniac Dr. Von Reichter. But the
Cyber-series were created too well - they had their own
personalities and began to disobey Von Reichter, who
promptly had the entire line eliminated. Of the 5000
Cybers created, only Cyber-6 survived, escaping with the
aid of Von Reichter's slave.
Cybersix fled to the city
of Meridiana, where she managed to establish herself by
posing as Adrian Seidelman, a male high school literature
teacher. Eventually Von Reichter learned that Cybersix was
still alive and he set out to correct his "greatest
mistake." Soon, the city of Meridiana was made a
battleground for the war between Cybersix and her creator.
During the day, Cybersix continued to hide her identity in
the guise of Adrian Seidelman, but at night she revealed
herself in black cape and uniform, prowling the rooftops
to thwart the plans of Von Reichter, his clone son Jose
and their genetic mutation army.
Teaming up with Cybersix was "Data 7," another of Von
Reichter's creations. Data 7 was, in fact, fellow
Cyber-series creation Cyber 29, who was killed in a fall
from a cliff and had his consciousness transplanted into a
panther. Throughout the series, Cybersix (as Adrian
Seidelman) worked to maintain her secret identity from her
close friend and co-worker, biology teacher Lucas Amato.
When circumstances caused Lucas and Cybersix to meet,
Lucas was taken with the mysterious woman in black
(unaware that Cybersix and Adrian were one and the same),
and although Cybersix came to share his feelings, she
constantly struggled with the feeling that she was a
monster who could not have a relationship with a human.
Cybersix started as a comic book series out of
Argentina. The animated series was a joint production
between Japan and Canada, and originally aired on the
Canadian station Teletoon, before being exported to
France, Hong Kong, and eventually the United States.