Meta-Cooler (Dragon Ball Z)
Auta Magetta (Dragon Ball Super)
Mechanikat (Krypto the Superdog)
Inspector Gadget (Inspector Gadget)
Weavel (Metroid Prime Hunters)
H.A.R.D. Corps (Valiant) The Harbinger Active Resistance Division are a paramilitary group of walking ghost soldiers conceived by Anti-Harbinger divisions of Project Rising Sun, the team has been outfitted with brain implants which enable them to cycle through and simulate a psiots super powers.
Bartholomew Kuma (One Piece)
Android 16 (Dragon Ball Z)
Android 17 (Dragon Ball Z)
Android 18 (Dragon Ball Z)
Android 19 (Dragon Ball Z)
Mecha Frieza (Dragon Ball Z)
Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th) is rebuilt into the cybernetic Über-Jason by a regenerative nanotechnology process.
After being accidentally burned alive by Patrick Donovan, Brick Baxter aka Cyber Shadow (The Young Guardians) was driven insane when he was integrated with experimental technology.
Adam (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is a "biomechanical demonoid", a cybernetically-enhanced human/demon hybrid designed to be the ultimate life form.
The Asura Path of Pain (Naruto Shippuden) has a Mechanical Physique.
Metal Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Mecha Sonic (Super Mario Bros. Z)
The Time Eater (Sonic the Hedgehog) has been converted to part machine by Eggman.
Bunnie D'Coolette (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Robians (Archie's Sonic the Hedgeohg) were created by combining Dr. Eggman's Roboticizer with Dr. Wily's Robot Master technology.
Robotnik Prime (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Mecha Sonic (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog), the roboticized incarnation of Sonic the Hedgehog.
Monkey Khan (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog) was transformed into a cyborg by Dr. Robotnik.
Dr. Zachary (Sonic the Comic)
Shortfuse the Cybernik (Sonic the Comic)
Lyric the Last Ancient (Sonic Boom)
Mon-Ark (Turok: Dinosaur Hunter)
Lady Deathstrike (Marvel Comics)
Hank Henshaw, the Cyborg Superman (DC Comics)
Cacao (Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might)
Mercenary Tao (Dragon Ball)
New Paradigm Supreme Dalek (Doctor Who)
Vash the Stampede (Trigun)
The various incarnations of TOM (Toonami)
Robert G. Durant (Darkman) was resurrected as a cyborg in Marvel's 1993 comic book series.
Dr. Nefarious (Ratchet & Clank)
Mecha Mario (Super Mario Bros. Z)
A Mecha-Koopa (Super Mario)
The Axem Rangers X (Super Mario Bros. Z)
Mecha-Grunty (Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge)
The Nemesis (Resident Evil)
Alpha (Ben 10/Generator Rex: Heroes United)
Sari Sumdac (Transformers Animated) in her Cybertronian form
Cable (Marvel Comics) became a cyborg after he was afflicted by a techno-organic virus.
Cyber-Errol (Jak and Daxter)
Warp Darkmatter/Agent Z (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command)
The R.O.B./Robotic Operating Buddy (Nintendo)
A Cyclopian Guard (Dragon Ball)
A God Guardon (Dragon Ball)
The cybernetic Grox (Spore) are supposedly the most evil creatures in the galaxy.
Mechakara (Atop the 4th Wall)
X (Mega Man X series) is a special type of reploid who is able to think for himself as if he were an actual human. He also possesses a Limit Potential that allows him to match power with any opponent and become stronger as he fights.
After being murdered by the Collectors, Commander Shepard (Mass Effect) was resurrected as a cyborg by Cerberus.
The IF Prototype LQ-84i K-9000, aka Bladewolf (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance)
Fulgore (Killer Instinct)
Cyber-Akuma (Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter)
Techpriest (Warhammer 40,000) of the Adeptus Mechanicus
The Eradicator (DC Comics)
The Forever Knight Ninja (Ben 10)
Karima Shapandar, the Omega Sentinel (Marvel Comics)
Death's Head (Marvel Comics)
Motoko Kusanagi (Ghost in the Shell)
Mech-Zangief (Marvel vs. Capcom)
The ReMAC unit (DC Comics)
Mecha-King Ghidorah (Godzilla)
Jeremiah Gottwald (Code Geass)
A Dire Wolf Terminator model (Terminator: Revolution)
BG9 (Bleach) a Quincy Robot.
Overt-Kill (Image Comics)
Katrina Cupertino (Cybernary) of the Wildstorm imprint, was an average human turned modified nymphoroid and ultimate bionic assassin when a crazed gammoran cyberneticist ramade her, body and soul into a killing machine in exchange for the humanity of a friend.
Yumiko Gamorra (Cybernary) once the daughter of megalomanic monarch Kaizen Gamorra; now a secondary personality implanted along with Katrina in the body of the deadly bio-mech Cybernary in the Wildstorm Universe.
After his death at Kasumi's hands, Raidou (Dead or Alive) was resurrected as a cyborg by Victor Donovan.
The Painted Doll (Promethea)
Helix (Valiant Entertainment) of the Armor Hunters is a sentient code stream with technomorphing capabilities, boasting a host of technological capabilities.
Android (Valkyrie Crusade)
Assistant Loid (Valkyrie Crusade) is a support-type android that has an infinite well of knowledge.
Drill Sergeant (Skylanders)
Bouncer (Skylanders Giants)
Magna Charge (Skylanders Swap Force)
Spy Rise (Skylanders Swap Force)
Wind-Up (Skylanders Series)
Jawbreaker (Skylanders Trap team)
Gearshift (Skylanders Trap team)
Fugitoid (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
The Mighty Octostomp (Splatoon)
The Dreaded Octonozzle (Splatoon)
The Rampaging Octowhirl (Splatoon)
The Ravenous Octomaw (Splatoon)
The Octobot King (Splatoon), piloted by DJ Octavio.
Octostamps (Splatoon) are miniaturized versions of the Mighty Octostomp.
Post-Time War Dalek (Doctor Who)
Wahl Icht's robot (Fairy Tail) is one of the rare cases of machines that can use magic and can change his body at will to adapt to his weaknesses.
Eric Savin (Marvel Comics) Is a cybernetic augment with implants that enable him to interface with technology and grant him vastly augmented physical capabilities.
Lawry (Cat Planet Cuties) is the first ever Assist-Droid, and as such is a full size human looking android.
The beautiful, Curie (Fallout 4) has the body of a newer Synth version. Thus she looks entirely human compared to older models.
The stoic, X6-88 (Fallout 4) is a product of The Institute's advanced technology. Always stern, focused and merciless killing like all good machines do, without mercy.