What's the Difference between Cybersix the Comic Book and Cybersix the TV Show?

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Cybersix

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Released: 1992
Publisher: Eura Editoriale

Cybersix

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Released: 1999
Creator: NOA Productions
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In the Comic Book In the TV Show
Cybersix/Adrian Seidelman
Cybersix/Adrian Seidelman
Portrayed by: Cathy Weseluck
Lucas Amato
Lucas Amato
Portrayed by: Michael Dobson
Dr. von Reichter
Dr. von Reichter
Portrayed by: Terry Klassen
José
José
Portrayed by: Alex Doduk
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This Spoils the Ending
In the Comic Book In the TV Show
   Cybersix sucks Sustenance straight out of her enemies' bodies in a vampiric fashion. The Fixed Ideas dissipate upon death, leaving behind empty clothes and a vial of Sustenance for Cybersix to steal.
   Von Reichter and Krumens travel to Meridiana to hire Yashimoto to kill Cybersix, then blackmail him when that fails. José and the Fixed Ideas do this. Von Reichter is never seen travelling to Meridiana.
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