Cybersix was translated into French and edited in the French-speaking area (Canada and France) by the Vents d'Ouest publishing house in November 1994.

The series was published in large books almost every quarter until September 1998, for a total of 12 black and white comics. In every register there were 2 stories of the equivalent Italian edition (about 190 pages), but unlike the Eura Editoriale, the French publishing house deprived readers of a final issue by concluding the series immediately after the birth of Cybersix's son, probably planning to resume publication later. 

Also in this case the reasons for the premature closure are linked to the contrasts between the authors of the comic strip and the publishers. [1]