Related anime: Cyborg 009 (movie)
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(1966-07-21, adaptation) Cyborg 009 and the Monster Wars (movie)
(1967-03-19, sequel) Cyborg 009 gekijô ban: chô ginga densetsu (movie)
(1980, sequel) Cyborg 009 (TV/1968)
(1968-04-05 to 1968-09-27, adaptation) Cyborg 009 (TV 2/1979)
(1979-03-06 to 1980-03-25, remake) Cyborg 009 The Cyborg Soldier (TV)
(2001-10-14 to 2002-10-06, remake) 009 Re:Cyborg (movie)
During the tensions of the Cold War, a global organization led by Black Ghost wishes to lock the world in eternal warfare for profit. But in order to avoid destroying the world through nuclear warfare, Black Ghost has captured nine men and women. By turning them into cyborg soldiers, he aims to bring the war into the stars. However, Black Ghost did not count on his cyborg soldiers rebelling against his evil cause.
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