Roy Batty, one of the are-they-cyborgs-or-what Replicants, from Blade Runner.

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Pris, the other one of Blade Runner's ambiguously cyborg Replicants.


Kryten from Red Dwarf (1988).

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Death's Head, Marvel UK's bounty hunter who met the Doctor and the Transformers on different occasions. (1987)

Donald Pierce, a cyborg X-Men villain and bona fide dandy.

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Lady Deathstrike and the Reavers, cybernetic X-Men villains. (1983)

Silvermane, a geriatric Mafia cyborg, and possibly the most ill-conceived Spider-Man villain — which is saying a lot. (1982)

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Ronin by Frank Miller.

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RoboCop (1987).

Bionic Commando, classic Nintendo game cover art.

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Pearl Prophet, the titualar Cyborg from the Jean Claude Van Damme movie Cyborg (1989).

Cover art for Cyborg Hunter, a SEGA master system game (1988).

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Gary Gygax's Bionic Commando cover art

One of the most famous cyborgs of the 1970s and 1980s, unmasked — from a figure replica.

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Lobot from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.

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Inspector Gadget. (1983)

Mean Machine Angel, whose forehead dial controls his aggression, from murderous to crazy murderous. (1980)

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Molly Millions, created by William Gibson

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Dr. Arkeville, the only human character in the Transfomers show ever to sell out to the Decepticons (1984).

The Witch Queen, from Michael Jackson's infamous Captain EO Disney 3-D movie.

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Cyborg, one of the most crucial members of DC's New Titans.

Japanese cyberpunk horror film Tetsuo: The Man Of Iron (1989)

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Pencils from cover of Terminator #1 comic book

Terminator comic book cover

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