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Agent Six
Mrex six with katana
Vital statistics
Name Agent Six
Affiliation(s) Providence
Physical description
Gender Male
Hair color Black
Abilities Skilled assassin
Ability to perform forbidden Kendo techniques
Weapons Pistols
Relatives White Knight (partner)
Further info
First appearance M. Rex – Issue 1
Last appearance M. Rex – Issue 2
See also Agent Six (Generator Rex counterpart)
Images | Quotes
...I'm still a hurricane whisper... minus my best monkey.

–Agent Six about himself, M. Rex, Issue #2

Agent Six is an assassin serving Providence.[1]


Nothing is known about Six's past apart that he screwed up one mission in Kyoto which "smeared his records".[2]

For detailed Six's history move to plot paragraph of M. Rex article.


Six is a stoic man, constantly questioning his skills and rank within Providence.

Physical appearance

Six is a tall man with slicked back black hair. He wears a trademark green suit (with Providence emblem on a tie) and shades.[3] During undercover missions he dresses up to blend in with the crowd.[2]

Powers and abilities

He wields a black pistol[1] and a mysterious katana.[2]


Poi-Kan is a mysterious swordsmanship technique which shows a person what awaits him or her after death. A man who has committed this technique cannot gaze at his own reflection. Providence psychology pros call Poi-Kan a "Real time sub-harmonic phonoinductive catalepsy".[2]


White Knight

Although being partners, White and Six have problems working with each other. Despite knowing that White is a veteran in Providence ranks, Six can't help but disobey his direct orders feeling underestimated by his higher-ups.[2]


Six is very interested in Rex's powers[2] and views the boy as the key to restore Providence's trust in him.

Mia Moore

Six can't believe how Mia became so popular while being so conceited.[1]


  • Six is a heavy smoker.[3]
  • Six was only once depicted with a suit of a different color (red) than green - it was on an advertisement of the second issue.[1]
  • His television counterpart ironically despises firearms.[4]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 M. Rex, Issue #1 - "The Actress, The Agent And The Apprentice"
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 M. Rex, Issue #2 - "Size Matters"
  3. 3.0 3.1 Throughout the series
  4. Generator Rex TV series, 1.19, "Promises, Promises"
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