Roy Batty, one of the are-they-cyborgs-or-what Replicants, from Blade Runner.
Pris, the other one of Blade Runner's ambiguously cyborg Replicants.
Kryten from Red Dwarf (1988).
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.
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)
Ronin by Frank Miller.
Bionic Commando, classic Nintendo game cover art.
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).
Gary Gygax's Bionic Commando cover art
One of the most famous cyborgs of the 1970s and 1980s, unmasked — from a figure replica.
Lobot from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
Inspector Gadget. (1983)
Mean Machine Angel, whose forehead dial controls his aggression, from murderous to crazy murderous. (1980)
Molly Millions, created by William Gibson
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.
Cyborg, one of the most crucial members of DC's New Titans.
Japanese cyberpunk horror film Tetsuo: The Man Of Iron (1989)