"You're a killer, Henry. A Cyborg. Your body is infused with the most high-tech, sophisticated, mind-controlled weaponry I've ever seen. You're more than a man with machine parts--You're the next step. A one-man army! Stronger, faster--"
― Seth Horne
The power to take on numerous, various physical characteristics of a robot, machine, weapon, or android.
The user either is or can transform into a machine, including a robot, machine, weapon, or android. This can include small factories instead of organs, which can manifest instruments such as mechanical arms, weapons, or wheels. Some may be limited to specific mechanisms or parts to which their body can operate, others abilities may be limited only by their imagination.
Hotaru Tomoe/Sailor Saturn (Sailor Moon manga only)
The Aesir (Too Human)
Rollermines (Half-Life 2 Series)
Sari Sumdac (Transformers Animated); due to her unique techno-organic nature
Toby "Astro Boy" Tenma (Astro Boy)
Adam Davenport (Lab Rats)
Bree Davenport (Lab Rats)
Chase Davenport (Lab Rats)
Daniel Davenport (Lab Rats)
Leo Dooley (Lab Rats)
Marcus Davenport (Lab Rats), Bionic Android
Victor Krane (Lab Rats)
Dr. Gao (Lab Rats)
Bionic Soldiers/Students (Lab Rats)
STAN (Aaron Stone)
Judy Cooper (K.C. Undercover)
Sark (Battle Force 5)
Various un-named species (Bionicle)
Jaime (Get Smart)
Robecca Steam (Monster High)
Elle Eedee (Monster High)
Maria (Ghost Sweeper Mikami)
Teresa (Ghost Sweeper Mikami)
SCP-191 (SCP Foundation)
Sofia Reyes (Los Unicos)
Raidou (Dead or Alive)
Zane (Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu)
The Painted Doll (Promethea)
Franky Andrade (Yo soy Franky)
Roby Mejía (Yo soy Franky)
Motoko Kusanagi (Ghost in the Shell)
Sentinels (No Man's Sky)
Penny Polendina (RWBY)
James Ironwood (RWBY)
Mira Yurizaki (Dimension W)
Lwai Aura Tibesti (Dimension W)
Ozzie (Rock Dog)
Yaiba (Ninja Gaiden)
The Bennett Family (Bionic 6)
Jack Bennett/Bionic 1
Bunjiro "Bunji" Bennett/Karate-1
The Bandroids (Bionic 6)
Kaleidescope (Bionic 6)
Iron Brain (Super Mansion)
Hank Henshaw, the Cyborg Superman (DC Comics)
Cyborg (DC Comics)
The KGBeast (DC Comics)
Metallo (DC Comics)
The Eradicator (DC Comics)
An OMAC unit (DC Comic)
The ReMAC unit (DC Comics)
Rex (Generator Rex)
Inspector Gadget (Inspector Gadget)
Mechanikat (Krypto the Superdog)
Lady Deathstrike (Marvel Comics)
Cable (Marvel Comics) became a cyborg after he was afflicted by a techno-organic virus.
Karima Shapandar, the Omega Sentinel (Marvel Comics)
Death's Head (Marvel Comics)
Deathlok (Marvel Comics)
Scorpion (Marvel Comics)
Eric Savin (Marvel Comics) Is a cybernetic augment with implants that enable him to interface with technology and grant him vastly augmented physical capabilities.
After being accidentally burned alive by Patrick Donovan, Brick Baxter/Cyber Shadow (The Young Guardians) was driven insane when he was integrated with experimental technology.
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 Spirit, the team has been outfitted with brain implants which enable them to cycle through and simulate a psiots super powers.
Metallo (DC Comics) after a mass reality rewrite, Metallo's history was dramatically altered, going from being a con mans brain behind a metal shell. To an army Sgt suffering fatal injury during a weapons test. And was later remodeled into a Kryptonite powered cyborg to challenge Superman by Lex Luthor.
Bastion (Marvel Comics) was "born" when the giant robotic Sentinel Master Mold, having absorbed the advanced Sentinel prototype Nimrod into its systems, fought the X-Men who saw no other way to stop the virtually indestructible amalgam except to force it through the Siege Perilous, a pan-dimensional portal which subjects those who pass through to the judgment of the universe's higher powers.
James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes/Winter Soldier (Marvel Comics)
The Grid (DC Comics)
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)
Metarex (Sonic X)
Mon-Ark (Turok: Dinosaur Hunter)
Upgrade (Ben 10)
Kraab (Ben 10)
The Forever Knight Ninja (Ben 10)
Overt-Kill (Image Comics)
Sari Sumdac (Transformers Animated) in her Cybertronian form
Cyber-Errol (Jak and Daxter)
Warp Darkmatter/Agent Z (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command)
Robert G. Durant (Darkman) was resurrected as a cyborg in Marvel's 1993 comic book series.
Dr. Nefarious (Ratchet & Clank)
The Borg (Star Trek)
Mecha-Grunty (Banjo-Kazooie: Grunty's Revenge)
The Nemesis (Resident Evil)
Alpha (Ben 10/Generator Rex: Heroes United)
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.
OVER-1 (Rockman ×over)
Copy X (Mega Man Zero)
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)
Techpriest (Warhammer 40,000) of the Adeptus Mechanicus
Pretorius (The Mask)
Bryan Fury (Tekken)
Motoko Kusanagi (Ghost in the Shell)
Data (Star Trek)
EDI (Mass Effect)
Mecha-King Ghidorah (Godzilla)
Jeremiah Gottwald (Code Geass)
A Dire Wolf Terminator model (Terminator: Revolution)
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)
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.
Lawry (Cat Planet Cuties) is the first ever Assist-Droid, and as such is a full size human looking android.
Ozzie (Rock Dog) is Angus' robotic butler who, in spite of being mechanical, has personality and wit.
After his death Yaiba (Ninja Gaiden) was revived by Forge Industries as a Cyborg Soldier, with a cybernetic left arm and a bionic left eye.