Cyborgs Of The 2000s

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Master Chief from Halo

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The revamped female Ultron, who's partly made out of bits of Tony Stark, mixed with nanotech, with Tony Stark's man-parts creepily reconfigured.

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The failed Bionic Woman revamp

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The failed Bionic Woman revamp, again

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Jason X, where Jason Voorhees goes into space in the distant future and gets upgraded into a scary cyborg

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Battlestar Galactica's revamped Cylons had a more biological component

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Concept art from Terminator Salvation

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Summer Glau as Cameron Philips in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

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Machine Girl

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Cyborg Clone Thor, from Marvel's Civil War

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Adam, the demon/cyborg from Buffy The Vampire Slayer

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Kung-Fu Cyborg

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DISCUSSION

I will never for the life of me figure out how anyone thought it would be a good idea to give Jason Vorhees cyborg parts. He was already an undead killing machine.

(And i mean this from a plot standpoint, not a film making one) #cyborgs