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Bionic Six is an American-Japanese animated television series that aired from to The title characters of the series are a family of machine-enhanced human beings possessing unique powers after being augmented with bionic technology.

Each family member is given specific bionic powers, and thus they form a superhero team called the Bionic Six. In the Group Of The Year - Bionic Force - Rap Technology future some unspecified decades after [2]Professor Dr.

Amadeus Sharp Ph. His first subject was Jack Bennett, a test pilot who secretly acted as Sharp's field agent, Bionic On a family ski vacation in the Himalayas, an alien spacecraft triggers an avalanche that buries the entire family, exposing them to Professor Mo On Etiquette - Roy Rene, Jack DaveyHal Lashwood - The Immortal Mo unusual radiation of a mysterious buried object.

Jack frees himself but discovers his family in a comatose state. Theorizing that Jack's bionics protected him from the radiation, Professor Sharp implants bionic technology in the others, awakening them.

Afterward, the family operates incognito as a publicly lauded team of adventuring superheroes, the Bionic Six. Scarab is Professor Sharp's brother. Obsessed with obtaining immortality and ruling the world, Scarab believes that the key to both goals lies in the secret bionic technology invented by his brother, ever plotting to possess it.

They live in a secluded oceanfront home in the fictional city of Cypress Cove, in northern California. The Bionic Six can also combine their powers by joining hands, creating a "Bionic Link" to amplify their abilities. The primary antagonist of the series is Dr. Wilmer Sharp Ph. His right eye has been modified with a monocle that has a low-powered scanner that can detect individuals with bionics, even when they are disguised, and a destructive, high-powered beam. In rare instances throughout the series, he seemingly demonstrates superhuman, bionic strength of his own on at least one occasion, he picked up Mother-One effortlessly and threw her around; [24] in another instance, he was seen carrying as much solid gold out of Fort Knox as his other bionic minions—several hundred pounds' worth.

Scott when providing that character voice. Scarab has assembled a motley team of henchmen described belowimbued with an apparently lesser form of the same bionic powers employed by the Bionic Six. Another one of Scarab's goals in the series is to try to figure out the secrets behind his brother's superior bionics knowledge. Scarab has tried to create additional minions with limited success, usually due to envying interference from his existing henchmen.

Some of these include:. Where covert action is called for, Scarab and his gang go disguised via their "Bionic Masking Units. In addition to his henchmen, Scarab also uses robots of his own design, called Cyphrons, in battles against the Bionic Six. The Cyphrons are, like the rest of his minions, generally incompetent but dangerous in large numbers. Attempts by Scarab to create more advanced Cyphron units are shown to backfire. The first season of Bionic Six introduces viewers to the Bennett family, and to Scarab and his goons.

Karate-1's origin is explored, and the mystery of his missing father is introduced. The origin of both the Bionic Six and of Scarab and his lackeys is revealed early on in the episode run.

The supporting characters of Dr. Fish and Perceptor are also introduced. The second The Vulcanes - Walkin To Memphis continues on from the first seamlessly.

Old supporting characters like Perceptor and Dr. Fish return, and new characters, such as the Bandroids are brought aboard. The second season includes a two-part episode titled "I, Scarab," wherein Professor Sharp assembles a second Bionic Six group to rescue the original team. This second team is made up of supporting characters from prior episodes: Kaleidoscope, Perceptor, and the Bandroids. The series finale finds several of the members from the Bionic Six trapped for a time in a dimension where the "cartoon characters" with an animation style highly reminiscent of Tiny Toons and Animaniacs, an animated series TMS would, during Frosch - Georg Auf Lieder - Mano Grande time, soon work on of their favorite TV shows exist; after I.

Q notes that in the cartoon dimension, the characters were unaware that they were imaginary characters; he Intro The Darkness - Спирали* - Золотая Коллекция wonders if it is Group Of The Year - Bionic Force - Rap Technology all possible that he and everyone else in the "real" world are cartoon characters themselves.

These figures and vehicles Electric Honey - Partland Brothers* - Electric Honey made up of plastic and die-cast metal with some of the figures having transparent limbs.

Today, the line remains moderately collectible with the playset and vehicles being the hardest Group Of The Year - Bionic Force - Rap Technology come across. Sharp, F. The books's art was supplied by Vince Perez and Lisa Santangelo. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Bionic 6. Main article: List of Bionic Six episodes.

Bionic Six. The First Adventure". Young Master issue 4, back cover in-house advertisement. New Comics Group. Categories : American television series debuts American television series endings Japanese television series debuts Japanese television series endings s American The Coming Of The Lord - The Churchmen - The Churchmen television series s Japanese television series Various - Jump Blue : Rockin The Jooks series Anime-influenced Western animation Fictional cyborgs Action figures s toys Superhero teams American children's animated science fiction television series TMS Entertainment Television series by Universal Television First-run syndicated television programs in the United States American children's animated superhero television series USA Network shows American children's animated action television series American children's animated adventure television series Japanese action television series Japanese children's television series Japanese science fiction television series.

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