Cyber is the fourth (both on Fox Kids) episode from the animated series, The Magician. It was aired on March 20, 1999 on Fox Kids and also originally in 1997.
On Lt. Vega's birthday, he thinks no one's concerned about it, but his secretary Miss LeSage deliver a surprise present from Ace. But before he opens it, he gets another surprise present from Captain Friedrich. Vega gets to work with a strange new partner: a robotic police recruit named Cyber.
Invented by the Cyber Corporation, Cyber is the first cybernetic police officer, and it won't be the last thanks to the company's vice-president, Eldin Tyrole. He gets his first test at the Croesus Palace where two robbers, Ratso and Roscoe are causing trouble. Ace and Cosmo stop the both robbers and Cyber hauls them off to jail, giving the cyber-cop a media blitz. Back at the Magic Express, Ace, Cosmo, and Vega learn the robbery was a set-up to give Cyber publicity.
Before Vega can give robbers questions, Tyrole who just happens to be Black Jack's niece has already freed them. Vega gets ticked off when two more cyber-cops try to clean his office. As he yells at Cyber, the prototype suddenly shorts out and goes out of control, grabbing Cosmo by the shirt. Ace manages to get him out of there while the other cyber-cops cleared out completely. Concerned about the reliability of the robots, Ace and Cosmo sneak in the Cyber Corporation itself.
Ace uses the Magic Force spell to turn into The Magician. Ace hypnotizes the two workers and they were known as robbers, trying to fix Cyber into explaining about the Operation Trojan Horse an elaborate scheme by Black Jack to put the Cybers on the police force and have them them under his control. Tyrole returns to the police headquarters with Spade and Diamond to make the Cybers take over. Ace gets Vega and goes to the trouble zone while Cosmo tries to fix the prototype. The headquarters is getting messed up as Spade and Diamond rob the storage room with all the stolen money.
- Duc Paparazzo
- Captain Friedrich
- Miss LeSage
- Senator Dobbs