Cyborgs Of The 1990s

The first failed prototypes for replacement Robocops, from Robocop 2. (With snarky Microsoft comments thrown in by whoever posted the video. :)

Robocop fights Otomo, the Japanese cyborg, in Robocop 3.

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Cable, Rob Liefeld's most endearing creation.

Ricardo Delgado's concept art for the revamped Borg in 1996's Star Trek: First Contact.

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The movie version of Johnny Mnemonic (1995)

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Cain from Robocop 2

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Seven Of Nine, the most famous of the Borg

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The aptly named Cyborg Ninja debuts in the Metal Gear series (1998)

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The 1995 anime film based the manga series Ghost In The Shell

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Mantrid from Lexx (1998)

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The Borg Queen in Star Trek: First Contact

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Data and the Borg Queen share a passionate kiss after human skin grafts have turned Data into a cyborg, in Star Trek: First Contact.

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The Universal Soldier

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Jean-Luc Picard becomes Locutus Of Borg

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The Engineer, from The Authority comics series

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The Cyborg Superman

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The Cyborg Superman, from one of his more recent appearances

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LadyTron, from Alan Moore's run on WildC.A.T.S.

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Cyborg 2, featuring a young Angelina Jolie as the cyborg bounty hunter Cash Reese.

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Cameron Hodge, X-Men villain; bespectacled anti-mutant terrorist with cybernetic scorpion body (1990).

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