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    Gilgamesh

    Gilgamesh

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    (ended 2004)
    Gilgamesh is a beautifully drawn anime based off the ancient Mesopotamian myth of Gilgamesh. It is set in the not-so distant future where the sky instead of being blue is covered by a great mirror. This change was due to the result of a great terrorist attack that happened by a terrorist that went by the name of Enkidu. The tale follows a young brother and sister Tatsuya and Kiyoko who as we learn later are the children of Enkidu one born before the mirror and one after. They are living on the streets and when we first meet them they are being chased by debt collecting thugs. They get out of this trouble however and are brought into an even greater danger the fight against the Gilgamesh which are inhuman creatures that were released by Enkidu at the time the mirror was being created and they have special powers called dynamis. Those who Tatsuya and Kikyoko and fighting with are children born after the mirror that also have dynamis. More mystery ensues as this 26 episode series goes on involving Enkidu, the myth of Gilgamesh and even human cloning.moreless
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    Tremors

    Tremors

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    Syfy (ended 2003)
    This spinoff of the Tremor movies chronicles the town of Perfection, Nevada, which has a little problem with great big worms. The Graboids, and their offspring the Shriekers and Ass-Blasters, have overrun the valley but are on the government's protected species list. The locals are (barely) allowed to live there rather then leave their homes, as long as they don't harm the creatures, particularly the giant Graboid known as "El Blanco." Complicating matters, a secret government lab accidentally unleashed a gene-blending substance called "Mixmaster" into the area, occasionally causing various animal-types to recombine into new monsters. The natives of Perfection include survivalist Burt Gummer, 60's hippy-type Nancy Sterngood, and grocery store owner Jodi Chang who all try to make a living. New to Perfection is tour guide Tyler Reed and Rosalita Sanchez, a mysterious woman with a past. Government representative W.D. Twitchell keeps an eye on the whole situation. The series lasted one season on the SciFi Channel before being ignominously cancelled. A fourth movie was released the following January.moreless
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    Look Around You

    Look Around You

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    BBC Two (ended 2005)
    Welcome to the Look Around You guide at TV.com.

    Look around you. Look around you. Just look around you. What do you see? A tree. A weather-vane. A discarded lollipop-wrapper. A traffic shop. All of these things, and any other things you may care to mention, have one thing in common. Can you work out what it is? CORRECT! The answer is Science.

    The first series of this British comedy show, filmed in 2002, was a send-up of the earnest BBC programmes for schools made in the 1960s and 1970s. The second series (2005) is a friendlier spoof of the BBC's own slightly wacky Tomorrow's World programme (1965-2002), and it gives a view from somewhere around 1982 of what life might be like in the early 21st century.

    The new series is again written by Robert Popper and Peter Serafinowicz and consists of six thirty-minute shows, a big improvement on the ten-minute format of the first series. The new episodes are all wonderfully daft...

    Remember to have your pencils and your copy books handy!moreless
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    Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers

    Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers

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    Syfy (ended 2002)
    This series started with a two hour TV movie called "To Live and Die in Starlight", which ran in January 2002 opposite a major football final. Poor rating lead The SciFi Channel to not pick up the series. The show follows a new group of Rangers, a captain with a past to atone for, and a ship rumored to be "cursed," as they follow the ways of the Anla Shok.moreless
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    My Own Worst Enemy

    My Own Worst Enemy

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    NBC (ended 2008)
    Edward Albright is a super spy. Henry Spivey is living the normal American dream in the suburbs with his wife, two kids and dog. The two men have one thing in common - they share the same body because Edward took part in an experiment several years earlier to create a split personality. Henry has never met his alter-ego Edward, except for an email he receives from Edward saying that people are coming to kill him. Now, the super spy and the suburban daddy have to learn to live with each other in the same body and not get each other killed. My Own Worst Enemy is produced by Universal Media Studios. It has been given a 13 episode initial order by NBC, but only 9 aired because of the show's cancellation on 11/12/08.moreless
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    Kiddy Grade

    Kiddy Grade

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    (ended 2003)
    The Galactic Organization of Trade and Tariffs (GOTT) was created to maintain economic stability and peace throughout the galaxy, and it's the job of GOTT's famed ES (Encounter of Shadows) members to respond to challenges against the peace. Members Éclair and Lumière are ready for those challenges, but they'll have to face off against some of the most powerful foes the galaxy has to offer-and a few enemies they never expected. Character Bios Éclair: GOTT ES Member (G class), apparent age 16, and partner to Lumiere. Special ability: "Power". Éclair is the older out of her and her partner Lumière. Utilizing superhuman strength and speed and her "Rouge Whip" to defeat her enemies, Éclair is one of the most powerful members of GOTT. She likes to have a lot of fun in her work, often dressing up in different costumes on her missions. (Much to Lumière's dismay) Éclair also likes to surprise her enemies, usually calling out "Ta-da!" when she arrives. Although Éclair is the more hot-headed member, willing to get her hands dirty and head into a fight without hesitation, she is also a very kind and caring person, willing to help friend and stranger alike. However, this gets her into trouble later in the story. Her abilities can be hard to control, which causes problems in day-to-day life so she uses a self-hypnotic suggestion to restrict her powers. This restriction is released by the act of putting on lipstick, although she has been known to substitute her own blood in extreme circumstances. Lumière: GOTT ES Member (C/G class), apparent age 10, and partner to Éclair. C-Class ability: "Puppet", G-Class ability: "Particle". Although Lumière is much younger than her partner, she is the more mature and level-headed person of the duo. Unlike Éclair, she relies more on logic and planning to get ahead and often scolds Éclair in a motherly manner to be "more elegant" in her work. Lumière also enjoys a lot of the finer things in life such as wine, opera, and the arts. She uses the "puppet" ability to hack into and control many different kinds of computers and machinery. Although Lumiere operates more on logic than emotion, she cares deeply for her partner Éclair. Eclipse: Executive Chief of the GOTT Head Office, Aineias. Eclipse is the head chief of GOTT, mostly sending the different ES Members on their missions. She is very intelligent, level-headed and calm in her duties, and is admired by Éclair. However, she never really speaks her mind or shows emotion. Quite often, she is forced to carry out the harshest orders in her work. Although she is in charge of GOTT, the higher powers often keep her under their thumb. Mercredi: apparent age 13, Private Secretary to Eclipse. Mercredi can be considered to be Eclipse's "right-hand girl". She is her trusted and reliable secretary, and excels in much of her work. She is extremely talented and data gathering and her abilities almost rival a computer. The job also gives her time to hang out with a lot of the ES Members and she's a friend of Éclair and Lumiere. Mercredi also excels at making tea, and usually fixes a batch for Éclair and Lumiere before each of their missions. Armbrust: apparent age 20, GU Inspector. Armbrust is an Inspector and Auditor for the Global Union who is sent to observe Éclair and Lumiere in each of their missions. Armbrust is calm and collected, although a bit on the shady side too. A veritable ladies' man, he often flirts with the ladies (and sometimes with Éclair). However, he is never seen without his mysterious briefcase, which seems to have its own powers. Despite his efforts and good intentions, Armbrust is often the target of Éclair’s distrust. Mis-translated as Armblast for the English dub, an error that was caught too late to be corrected although it is spelt correctly in the English subtitled version. Alv: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 20, partner to Dvergr. Special abilities: "Absorb" and "Reflex". While she is older than the other ES Members, Alv's abilities is said to be second in her ranking among the ES Force. She has the ability to absorb any type of energy along with her partner Dvergr. Often emotionally unstable and at odds with her fellow ES Members, Alv usually finds the harshest methods of completing her missions. Her loyalty with GOTT seems rather questionable also. Out of all the ES Members, Alv isn't a person to turn your back on. Dvergr: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 19, partner to and mother of Alv. Special abilities: "Absorb" and "Reflex". Dvergr is Alv's partner. She also has the "absorb" ability, but when put together with Alv, they create feedback similar to a microphone and cause everything in their area to stop. Most of the time, she is silent and usually obeys Alv's orders with no objection at all. She seems to have no will of her own, and her partnership with Alv seems to represent something other than friendship and trust. Tweedledee: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 16, partner and twin of Tweedledum. Special ability: "Strom" (German, river, or in this case "Electricity"), joint ability: "Windstoß" (German, gust of wind). The sister of her partner Tweedledum, Tweedledee has a fierce and commanding presence, (especially with her brother) and values loyalty above all else. She is an "S Class" ES member rivaling Alv and Dvergr. Tweedledee has the ability to control electricity and can create an effect similar to Lumiere's power. She often scolds her brother for calling her "sister" during their work. Tweedledee also has a strong sense of pride. While she doesn't agree with Eclipse's secretive nature towards the ES Members, she still trusts her. She also seems to have a deep bond with Lumiere, probably because of their similar abilities. Tweedledum: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 16, partner and twin of Tweedledee. Special ability: "Magnetfeld" (German, magnetic field), joint ability: "Windstoß" (German, gust of wind). The brother and partner of Tweedledee, Tweedledum is fiercely loyal to his sister. However, he isn't really sociable with anyone else other than her either. Although he doesn't mean to offend, Tweedledum doesn't really show interest in anyone else other than her. Tweedledum has the ability to control the magnetic fields around him, combining with Tweedledee to create a powerful gravitational force. Because of their extremely strong bond, Tweedledum seems jealous when his sister shows interest in Lumiere. The rest of the cast (Sinistra, Dextera, Alv, Éclair/Lumiere clones, Dvergr, Viola, Cesario, Lumiere and Éclair (second forms). Viola: GOTT ES Member (C Class), apparent age 9, partner to Cesario. Special ability: "Calamity". The youngest member of the ES Force, Viola is one of the more precocious members. She also seems to be the main voice of her partnership with Cesario. She often gives the other ES Members nicknames. Viola is also a "C Class" member, although a bit above Éclair and Lumiere's rank. Her power "Calamity", which allows her to alter matter at the molecular level, requires a great deal of energy which is supplied by Cesario's ability so can only be used when she is in physical contact with him. Viola is also often seen with a cute stuffed animal named Dragon Papi. Cesario: GOTT ES Member (C Class), apparent age 18, partner to Viola. Special ability: "Driver". Cesario is the older partner of Viola. He is seen to be a mostly silent person, almost never speaking out loud. Instead, he is usually seen communicating to Viola by whispering in her ear. Cesario seems to prefer communicating with body language instead of voice. He is often an indecisive person, usually on the losing side of his arguments with Viola. His power, "Driver", has no use on its own but when in contact with Viola, it serves as a source of energy for her ability. Un-ou: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 14, partner to A-ou. Special ability: "Amazing". A mostly cynical and impulsive person, Un-ou enjoys the danger that comes with his job. He and A-ou were formerly mercenaries who were constantly at odds with Éclair and Lumiere. Hardened by his past as a mercenary, Un-ou doesn't seem to agree with the values held by the GOTT, but merely as an outlet from their past rivalries with Éclair and Lumiere. His relationship with Éclair is especially competitive. Un-ou's "Amazing" ability allows him to listen to the various life energies which allow them to track down their enemies. A-ou: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 19, partner to Un-ou. Special ability: "Amplifier". The older and more stoic member of the Duo, A-ou (unlike his partner) has a stronger sense of honor and justice. He is also more of a pacifist and he often speaks in a profound and meaningful manner, giving him a rather preachy presence among other people. He and Un-ou have has a long and eventful past together during their days as mercenaries. However, despite their differences, the two have forged a strong bond as a team. "Amplifier" gives him the ability to improve his visual perception ten-fold. He also uses the energy seen by Un-ou to increase the power of his physical attacks. Sinistra: GOTT ES Member (S Class), apparent age 18, partner to Dextra. Special ability: "Whenever". Among this handsome duo of ES Members, Sinistra appears to be the silent type, but he's really a sociable person. He is also very chivalrous. Whenever he's in battle, he is calm, collected and fearless. Dextera: GOTT ES Member (S Class), partner to Sinistra. Special ability: "Anywhere". Dextera has a reputation for being the victor of numerous battles in the past. He also has strong leadership characteristics. The right hand man of Eclipse, he has a long period of respect among the GOTT. The abilities of both him and Sinistra seem to be a mystery. However, both have plenty of strength and speed. Liquide "Liquiy" Cole: Receptionist, GOTT Head Office, Aineias. Liquiy is a GOTT receptionist who works (and is friends with) Éclair and Lumiere at the front gate of GOTT Headquarters. She often hangs out with Éclair outside of work and is there for her whenever she needs help. Bonita Gerall: Receptionist, GOTT Head Office, Aineias. Another GOTT receptionist who works with Liquiy, Éclair and Lumiere. Caprice: Waitress at Fleur's Café, Aineias. A friend of Éclair who works as a waitress at Fleur's Cafe. Not seen very often during the series, but it's implied that they've also had a long friendship. Padushka: GOTT SO-Member, Aineias. Another friend of Éclair and an SO member of GOTT. Mrs. Padushka retires from the GOTT in order to devote her time to family life with her husband, Gluck. She also gave birth to a baby girl, which she names after Éclair. However, she never learned about Éclair being an ES member until she left GOTT. Chevalier D'Autriche: Secretary General of the GOTT and head of the GU Economic Dept Despite the fact that he's a Nouvlesse, Chevalier is a key figure to Éclair’s past and her forgotten former lives. In his lifetime, he has never forgotten Éclair and is always willing to help her. He worked his way up to his current position all for Éclair’s sake. (It is revealed late in the show that Chevalier is Éclair’s adopted son. Theme Songs: Opening: "Mirai no Kioku [Memories of the Future]" by YUKA Ending: "Future" by Little Vikingmoreless
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    Gravion

    Gravion

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    A&E (ended 2004)
    Season 1: Gravion The year is now 2041 AD. A new enemy called Zerabaia suddenly appears in the solar system, destroying all military installations it comes across. However, a wealthy man named Klein Sandman is already aware of this planned invasion and had been secretly preparing his army for battle. His trump card is Gravion, a giant robot that utilizes gravity as its source of energy. Meanwhile a young man named Eiji secretly enters Sandman's base in search for his missing sister. It is there that he meets another young man by the name of Toga. These two must now fight together with four other individuals aboard the super robot, Gravion to fend off the Zerabaia threat. Season 2: Gravion Zwei After Gravion was able to use its ultimate attack, the Zeravire threat seemed to have temporary stopped. However when it rises back up all of a sudden, the Earth Gult and its trump card, the super robot Gravion, is needed to defend this world again. All this while, the EFA is planning to create their own weapons to counter the Zeravire, the Grand Trooper. Now as they attempt to fend off the Zeravire, the people of the Earth Gult and EFA must protect their future as well as confront their pasts, and unveil the mysteries of the Zeravire.moreless
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    Four Eyes!

    Four Eyes!

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    Nicktoons Networks
    Four Eyes is about an popular 11-year old alien girl named Emma, who lives on the planet Albacore 7. After her grades take a steep decline, Emma is sent to a boarding school on Earth, where she must fit in with the humans...with whom she is not so popular.moreless
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    Knights of Bloodsteel

    Knights of Bloodsteel

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    Syfy (ended 2009)
    In Knights of Bloodsteel, four knights are tasked with protecting their homeland in this four-hour Sci Fi Channel miniseries. The working title of this mini-series was Mirabilis. Knights of Bloodsteel was produced and distributed by Reunion Pictures, RHI Entertainment, and The SciFi Channel.moreless
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    Ga-Rei: Zero

    Ga-Rei: Zero

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    Chiba TV (ended 2008)
    This is a prequel to the Ga-Rei manga (hence the 'Zero' in the title), and is set two years before the first volume of the manga. The show follows Kagura Tsuchimiya the daughter of a very powerful family of exorcists as she begins working for the Japanese Ministry of Defense's Supernatural Disaster Prevention Agency. Here she battles against all manner of spirits and demons alongside other exorcists including her cousin Yomi Isayama, a girl that will eventually betray all those close to her. Opening Theme:
    "Paradise Lost" by Minori Chihara Ending Theme:
    "Yume no Ashioto ga Kikoeru" by Mizuhara Kaoru
    "Paradise Lost" by Minori Chiharamoreless
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    Godannar

    Godannar

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    Five years ago, while battling an alien force known as the "Mimesis," Dannar pilot Go Saruwatari first met Anna Aoi. Today, on the day of their wedding, the ceremony is interrupted when the Mimesis strike again. As Go struggles in his battle against the alien threat, Anna stumbles upon a top secret robot known as the "Neo-Okusaer" and uses it as a last-resort to save her fiancee. At that moment, Dannar and Neo-Okusaer merge to become the mighty robot "Godannar."moreless
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    Astro Boy (2004)

    Astro Boy (2004)

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2004)
    Astro Boy (2004) tells the story of a youthful robot boy - Astro -modeled after the deceased son of a research scientist, Dr. Tenma. Originally intended to be kept a secret, the atomic-powered robot becomes a reluctant superhero who fights for justice and peace for humans and robots alike. Created in Metro City he lives among a 'retro-futuristic' society populated by humans and robots. His creator Dr. Tenma, head of the Ministry of Science, builds Astro in his son's image. Astro never can fill the void that Dr. Tenma feels over the loss of his son. Astro Boy (2004) is a show that you can't miss. Tenma shuts down Astro, burns down the Ministry of Science and flees. Some time later, Astro is discovered by Dr. O'Shay, the new head of the Ministry. Dr. O'Shay takes in Astro and serves as his mentor. Driven by the belief that robots and humans should be friends, Dr. O'Shay is Astro's greatest ally. He provides Astro with a home, enrolls him in school and creates a robot family for him. Astro possesses superb strength, including jet-rocket feet and arms that allow him to fly at extreme speeds. However, the secret to his victories is not his super-powers; the quality that makes him superior to other robots is his artificial brain, the most advanced in the world. This unique quality, termed kokoro in Japanese, allows Astro to experience all of the same emotions as humans. He's clever, resourceful and has a strong sense of justice, always attempting to reason with his adversaries. Mankind's only hope of surviving the onslaught of rebellious robots is a robot himself...the fearless, selfless, incorruptible champion known as Astro. In his quest for peace and justice, Astro often goes it alone, but he is occasionally aided by his robot sister or even rebel robots that he is able to enlist. Astro also has human friends from school who often become entangled in his conflicts. Astro Boy (2004) is produced by Sony Pictures Entertainment.

    Character Guide

    Astro - Astro is the main character of this anime series. Astro has the skills of a god. With his powerful jet boots, and other unbelievable appliances no one can beat Astro. His set of helping others also makes him a very caring friend. You do not want Astro to fight because he will knock you out with one shot of his laser. Astro's best friend is his savior, Dr. O'Shay.

    Dr. O'Shay - Dr. O'Shay founded Astro after he was disposed and de-activated by Dr. Tenma. Dr. O'Shay cares for every robot and shows respect to all of his other human friends. Dr. O'Shay helped Astro find out what he truly had inside of him, which made him a hero. Dr. O'Shay has shown a great amount of respect for Astro and Astro respects him back. Dr. O'Shay easily proves that he's the master doctor of his time.

    Atlas - Atlas is the evil, yet brilliant robot that Dr. Tenma created after he found out that Astro was rebuilt into a heroic robot. Atlas is an inner and outside remake of Astro. Atlas often taunts Astro by telling him that he is his brother. Atlas shows much citizenship to all townspeople in Metro City. He's often a threat to many people in his local town.

    Dr. Tenma - Dr. Tenma created two of the most powerful robots in the world. Both of his robots include, Astro and Atlas. Both robots were created to remember his lost son who died. Dr. Tenma is Dr. O'Shay's greatest enemy because of how he treated and disposed Astro long ago. Dr. Tenma is very jealous over how Dr. O'Shay changed his former robot-like son. Dr. Tenma is the criminal behind the series.moreless
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    Clone

    Clone

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    BBC Three
    When a scientist succeeds in creating the first human clone his intention was to produce a prototype supersoldier, but instead is met with a unexpectedly loving personality. Adam Chase (Friends), Ash Atalla (The Office) and The King of Queens alum Rob Schiller are behind this promising multi-camera comedy.

    The show is being produced by the BBC for BBC Three.

    6 episodes have been ordered for season 1.moreless
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    Ghost Lab

    Ghost Lab

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2011)
    Brad and Barry Klinge, the two brothers who founded "Everyday Paranormal" in Texas are developing an investigation team that will go beyond any research that has ever been performed before on paranormal activity.moreless
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    Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

    Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

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    (ended 2000)
    What would happen if someone discovers a way to shrink people? Well, someone already did! Wayne Szalinski, a great scientist. Wayne lives in Matheson, Colorado with his wife, Diane, his two kids, Amy and Nick, and their dog, Quark. Besides the Shrink Ray, Wayne has created many other gadgets. Whenever he or his family are in trouble he tries to solve everything with science, but... science can be dangerous sometimes, don't you think? The series won 2 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Sound Mixing of 1999-2000.moreless
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    Flash Gordon

    Flash Gordon

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    Syfy (ended 2008)
    This series brings the famed comic strip character to the small screen for a contemporary look at his intergalactic adventures.Flash Gordon was produced by Reunion Pictures and distributed internationally by RHI Entertainment.moreless
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    Virus

    Virus

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    Syfy (ended 2007)
    Welcome to the Virus Buster Serge Neo Hong Kong 2097 - Genetic engineering and advanced cybernetics have successfully fused man, and machine. But along side this new technology, mankind faces an insidious new threat... The Virus. Artificially enhanced humans and intelligent super-computers operate as one using biological software. But the same technology that has allowed man and machine to merge together has made both susceptible to digital viruses capable of controlling their hosts. The last line of defence against this dangerous menace is an elite task force known as S.T.A.N.D. Equipped with state-of-the-art armoured cybernetic battle gear, only this special law-enforcement arm can deal with the virus-infected war machines. When a mysterious stranger known as Serge appears on the scene and displays unique fighting abilities, he is invited to join the team. But what is the secret identity behind Serge's phenomenal strength and skill, and what dark secret does his past really hold? Opening Theme: "Rainy Day and Day" by Dragon Ash. Ending Theme: "Heavenly Blue" by Ran Takano.moreless
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    D.I.C.E.

    D.I.C.E.

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2006)
    D.I.C.E. brings to life the transforming dinosaur vehicles and non-stop rescue action and adventure of the newest animated show brought from Bandai. This show targets boys 5-11 and is the first property created entirely in-house by Bandai North America for US audiences. Now airing on Cartoon Network as part of their Toonami block, D.I.C.E. is sure to be a long-term brand with significant television commitment. D.I.C.E. (DNA Integrated Cybernetic Enterprises) is an organization specializing in dispatching teams of highly-trained agents to handle various situations that arise in the Sarbylion galaxy. When a problem arises, D.I.C.E. is called to the rescue. And when their special training and skills aren't enough, they rely on their Dinobreakers, which can transform from Vehicle Mode to Dino Mode, to help get the job done! The enormous D.I.C.E. space station is divided into six divisions and each division houses a number of teams. Our story focuses on the young, skilled crew of D.I.C.E. station F99 and their space adventures. With D.I.C.E. no task is too big, no rescue to small. Always on call, always on alert - D.I.C.E. is ready for action!moreless
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    Monstervision

    Monstervision

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    TNT (ended 2000)
    Monstervision began in March 1993 with Penn & Teller guest-hosting. Joe Bob Briggs began guest-hosting in 1995 and became the full time host in 1996. Originally, the series aired on Friday nights, but later moved to Saturday nights. Joe Bob Briggs would host two movies (normally horror or science fiction) at his "trailer" with Honey the mail girl and later with Rusty the mail girl. Before the movie starts, he gives a background on it and Drive In Totals. Drive In Totals tell what is in the movie (10 Bodies, 9 Scenes of Chainsaw Fu, etc.)moreless
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    5ive Days to Midnight

    5ive Days to Midnight

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    Syfy (ended 2004)
    College Professor J.T. Neumeyer finds a mysterious briefcase containing a police report of a brutal murder - his own. The file indicates that he will be murdered in five days, the murderer never found. Neumeyer must solve the case before time runs out, but can he change his future?moreless
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