Lost Media Archive

The Cybersix animated television series is a Japanese-Canadian co-production, it being the second adaptation of the Argentine comic book series of the same name. The series, being of an international background, sought to air internationally, first starting in Canada and Argentina, then the US and the rest of the world. Therefore it had quite a few dubs in different languages, some of those being lost or partially-found media.

Airdates and channels

The series was originally voiced in English and later dubbed in various languages. It aired in English in Canada on the Teletoon channel on September 6, 1999; as well as in the USA on Fox Kids on August 19, 2000. It aired in Latin American Spanish in Argentina on Telefe on September 6, 1999, and then the rest of Latin America on HBO-Olé; it then aired in Spain Spanish in Spain on the Buzz channel. The series also aired in European French in France on Canal+ on December 15, 1999. It aired in Japanese in Japan on Kids Station on October 16, 2000 It aired in Polish in Poland on the gaming channel Hyper+ on October 1, 1999[1]. It also aired in Hong Kong, Thailand, and Malaysia[2] (and apparently Singapore on Kids Central[3].


The English, French, and Latin American Spanish dubs had official releases and are thus available, the Spain Spanish dub and Polish overdub have been recorded during their airings and are available online. The Japanese rips have also been recorded during its initial airings and may have been shared online, 8 episodes were recovered so far, a commercial was also uploaded online on NicoNico[4]. And the rest of the languages have an unconfirmed existence, what is only known is where it was supposed to have aired, which is Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Thailand. There may be a Cantonese, Malaysian, and Thai dub, or perhaps they used English or Japanese as was the norm for anime (maybe even subbed in English, Japanese, or in their local language), or perhaps it did not air there at all as what happened to Italy. The series was cancelled for its airing in Italy, so its possible there is an Italian dub or there isn't. And despite the fact that Cybersix first aired in Canada and Argentina, there is no Canadian French version since its common to use the European/France French version, even if a Canadian French version exists.

And as speculation for what the other unknown dubs may have used, it is likely they have used the English or instrumental versions for the opening and ending theme songs. Its possible there is only an English, French, and Spanish version.


  • English
  • French (European)
  • Polish (voice-over translation)

Partially available

  • Spanish (Latin American)
  • Spanish (Spain)
  • Japanese

Existence unconfirmed

  • Italian
  • Cantonese
  • Thai
  • Malaysian

Partially found episodes

Japanese dub

  • Mysterious Shadow (FOUND)
  • Data 7 & Julian (FOUND)
  • Terra (FOUND)
  • Yashimoto, Private Eye (FOUND)
  • Lori is Missing (FOUND)
  • Blue Birds of Horror (FOUND)
  • Brainwashed (FOUND)
  • Gone with the Wings (FOUND)
  • The Eye (lost)
  • Full Moon Fascination (lost)
  • The Greatest Show in Meridiana (lost)
  • Daylight Devil (lost)
  • The Final Confrontation (lost)


Latin American Spanish

Character Voice
Cybersix/Adrian Seidelman Marcela Bordes
Lucas Amato Eduardo Bulnes
Von Reichter Guillermo Romano
José Carlos Lladó
Lori Anderson
Miao Yashimoto
Ikiko Yashimoto

Spain Spanish

Character Voice
Cybersix/Adrian Seidelman Diana De Guzmán
Lucas Amato Francesc Belda
Von Reichter Oscar Redondo
Lori Anderson Isabel Muntané
Julian Ana Romano
Terra Tasio Alonso
Miao Yashimoto Toni Mora
Ikiko Yashimoto Ariadna Jiménez
Elaine Maria Rosa Guillén
Grizelda Susana Danas


Character Voice
Cybersix Tomoko Nakajima
Lucas Amato Tesshô Genda
Von Reichter Takanobu Hozumi
José Nahomi Matsushima
Lori Anderson Reiko Kondou
Julian Ayumi Kida
Terra Tomohiro Tsubo
Miao Yashimoto Madono Mitsuaki
Ikiko Yashimoto Tomoko Hasegawa
Enrique Shōto Kashii
Elaine Naoko Koda
Grizelda Yoko Soumi










External links

Cybersix on Anime News Network

See also