The Bionic Boy is basically a reworking of the US TV series The Six Million Dollar Man but with a nine year old martial arts champion in the title role (Johnson Yap). Plotwise, the film follows our hero on vacation in the Philippines with his family when a group of gangsters use a bulldozer to crush their car. Being the only survivor, Johnson is taken to hospital where a family friend pays for him to be given new bionic abilities. The film then follows him as he uses his newly developed abilities to take revenge on the gangsters.
From bionic arms and legs to artificial organs, science is beginning to catch up with science fiction in the race to replace body parts with man-made alternatives. How to Build a Bionic Man follows psychologist Bertolt Meyer, who has a bionic hand himself, as he meets scientists working at the cutting edge of research to find out just how far this new technology can go. Meanwhile, a team of roboticists create a complete 'bionic man' for the first time, using nearly $1 million-worth of state-of-the-art limbs and organs - the products of billions of dollars of research - borrowed from some of the world's leading laboratories and manufacturers.
From creator Genndy Tartakovsky comes an exciting hybrid of high school drama and giant robot battles. "Sym-Bionic Titan" follows the adventures of three beings from the planet Galaluna who crash-land on Earth while attempting to escape their war-torn world.