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Cybersix is a series of Argentine comics first published in 1992, drawn by Carlos Meglia and written by Carlos Trillo for the Italian comics magazine Skorpio (Eura Editoriale). The series first appeared in Spanish in November 1993. The heroine of the series is the eponymous character, Cybersix (more properly Cyber-6), a leather-clad, genetically-engineered superhero who by day masquerades as a male high school literature teacher, and by night battles the monstrous biological weapons of her creator.
In 1995, the comics were adapted into a live-action television series, and again in 1999 into a thirteen-episode animated series by TMS/NOA, with positive critical reception from sources like the Pulcinella Awards
The evil and cruel Dr. Von Reichter, a member of the SS and the Nazi party, is an expert in genetic engineering. He initially began his work in concentration camps during World War II, implanting cybernetic organs in the bodies of dead prisoners in an attempt to bring them back to life to serve in the Führer’s army. However, the Allied forces intervened to defeat the Nazis, so he fled to South America, where he once again continued his sinister experiments.
From one of his experiments emerged the Cyber Series – artificial humanoids possessing superhuman strength and agility. But something was amiss: The 5000 original Cybers, engineered to be the perfect servants, mimicked human emotions too closely, displaying free will of their own. When they began disobeying their creator, Von Reichter ordered all of the Cyber Series to be destroyed. By this time, Cyber-29 had already died in a playtime accident when he fell from a tree (a cliff in the animated series), but Von Reichter managed to transfer the dead child’s brain into the body of a panther to be reborn as Data-7. Cyber-6 was the only true Cyber to survive the massacre, escaping with the help of a black slave who hid her away in a fishing village. When the slave was later interrogated and killed by Von Reichter, Cybersix escaped once again and made her way to the fictitious city of Meridiana, where she adopted the identity of a boy killed in a car wreck, Adrian Seidelman, and now battles her evil creator and his minions.
Like all of Von Reichter’s creations, Cybersix depends on a mysterious life-giving fluid called “Sustenance”. When her supply ran out, she was forced to prowl the city, hunting other creatures of Von Reichter’s creation, such as Frankenstein’s-monster-like “Fixed Ideas” or the more human-like “Technos”, to murder them and take their Sustenance to survive. Almost by accident, she became a hero by defending the people of her city from Von Reichter’s malevolent plans, often carried out by his cloned “son” José. Along the way, she meets the resurrected Data-7, as well as a young boy named Julian, and falls in love with biology teacher/reporter Lucas Amato, while her male alter-ego, Adrian, became the object of affection of one of “his” students.
Cybersix was adapted into an animated series of 13 episodes, Canadian and Japanese co-production produced by Tokyo Movie Shinsha and NOA. A second season was never born, for lack of audience and budget. The series, however, was noted for its superior animated average quality and retro feel, sometimes close to Batman, the animated series. However, it was criticized for its differences from the scenario of the original comic, including elimination of sexual references or drugs.
We the fans of the first two Alice games, want another taste, another adventure, another mind bending trip with Alice through the depths of her (and now others’s) minds; where what lurked inside, was an experience unlike any other we’ve had the privilege of experiencing, an experience with themes of sheer beauty, surrealism, darkness, horror, and many other beautiful themes. We the Alice fans want to go back through the looking glass once again, and experience a new psychological trip to wonderland with Alice; and we want this in the form of a new Alice game.
We know that American McGee would definitely develop a new Alice game if he got the chance, and we know this because he’s told us so himself, and we know that he would like the chance to do so, but that he doesn’t have this chance; at least, not until YOU, give him the rights to do so EA. I personally cannot speak for American McGee, since I’m not him, but I can say how I imagine he feels about his Alice series now, based off what he has told us fans; metaphorically speaking, the Alice series is like a painting for American McGee, a painting that is only 2/3 of the way done, but his painting cannot be finished, because his “paintbrush” has been taken away from him; so now, he is left with an uncompleted piece art, which may still be pretty, but needs to be fully completed, before its true beauty can be seen; and for American McGee to finish his masterpiece, he needs to be loaned his paintbrush once again, and finish his painting; when this happens, and his masterpiece be seen by the world, Its true beauty will be seen, and it will inspire many minds to come, as it has already done with us current Alice fans.
For this to happen, for American McGee to give us the final chapter of the Alice series, and for us the fans to experience Alice’s last psychological adventure through the looking glass, all you have to do EA, is give American McGee the rights to the Alice series once again, and let him use his brilliance to give us the fans, what he wants, and what we want; a final adventure through wonderland, and a fitting closure to the masterpiece of a series.
From us the Alice fans, and from me personally; please don’t turn a turn a blind eye to our request any longer, please give American McGee the rights to make a new Alice game.