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Afterward, the family operates incognito as a publicly lauded team of adventuring superheroes, the Bionic Six.
The primary antagonist of the series is a mad scientist known as Doctor Scarab, along with his gang of henchmen – Glove, Madam-O, Chopper, Mechanic, and Klunk – accompanied by Scarab's legion of drone robots called Cyphrons. Obsessed with obtaining immortality and ruling the world, Scarab believes that the key to both goals lies in the secret bionic technology invented by his brother, ever plotting to possess it.
Bionic Six is an American-Japanese animated television series that aired from 1987 to 1989.
It was produced by TMS Entertainment and distributed, through first-run syndication, by MCA TV, years before the latter company became NBCUniversal Television Distribution.
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Each family member is given specific bionic powers, and thus they form a superhero team called the Bionic Six. His first subject was Jack Bennett, a test pilot who secretly acted as Sharp's field agent, Bionic-1.
On a family ski vacation in the Himalayas, an alien spacecraft triggers an avalanche that buries the entire family, exposing them to the unusual radiation of a mysterious buried object.
Renowned Japanese animation director Osamu Dezaki was involved as chief supervising director, and his distinctive style (as seen in Golgo 13 and Cobra) is evident throughout all its episodes.
The title characters of the series are a family of machine-enhanced human beings possessing unique powers after being augmented with bionic technology. D., head of the Special Projects Labs (SPL), creates a new form of technology to augment humans through bionics.