what is left of a cyborg:
A cyborg is a being or creature composed of organic matter and technological devices (Cyber) that are intended to enhance the capabilities of the organic part. The idea of a cyborg does not correspond exactly with other terms such as robot, automaton or Android. This word comes from the English cyborg. It’s an acronym formed mid-20th century with the first three letters of the words cybernetic and organism, in Spanish ‘cybernetic organism’). The first derivative of the Greek κυβερνητικός (kubernētikos, “good driver”). Occasionally in Spanish is written in its original form as ‘cyborg’.
Was originally used to describe the idea of a human being whose capacity could be mejorardas in order to survive in extraterrestrial environments. A cyborg is a futuristic concept that describes a human being with technological mechanisms. In medical science, you can find examples of humans with technological devices (for example, people with pacemakers or cochlear implants), but the word ‘cyborg’ is not used in these cases. The term belongs more to the realm of science fiction. This approach has been used in many futuristic performances. Appears in the world of cinema, literature (novels, comics,…) and video games, among others. An example of cyborg could be the star of the movie Robocop character.
Cyborg from DC Comics
Cyborg is the name of a DC Comics superhero. It’s a character that as human orignal name was Victor Stone and that after an accident some parts of his body were replaced by technological devices that keep you alive and give you superhuman capabilities. It appeared for the first time in 1980.
Cyborg 009 and Japanese manga
Cyborg 009 (in Japanese: サイボーグ 009, Saibōgu 009) is a manga and anime of adventure and science fiction created by Shōtarō Ishinomori. He began to publish in journals of Japan in 1964 and has been adapted to films and television series. It is also the name of the protagonist, also named Shimamura Jō. It owes its name to that was the ninth series 00 cyborg.