|This article is about a/an monster in Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad.|
|Episodes:|| His Master's Voice|
An Un-helping Hand
The President's a Frink
Loose Lips Sink Microchips
|Show:||Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad|
|Voice Actor:||Neil Ross|
Skorn: A ninja virus. Deemed as perhaps the smartest of viruses, second-in-command to Kilokhan, & one of the only few who could actually speak. His combat skills were similar in technique to both a samurai & a ninja & were up to par with Servo's, & he wielded different weapons in battle, such as a sword, & a pair of nunchakus (which he also turned into a Bo). Skorn also had the ability to create multiple clones of himself. Malcolm created him to send into the keyboard synthesizer to swap Sydney's voice with Tanker's voice. Sam transformed into Servo & fought Skorn. Tanker piloted Drago to help Servo. They formed Phormo & used its Lightning Grid Power to destroy Skorn. In "An Unhelping Hand," Malcolm revived Skorn & has Kilokhan send him into Sydney's wristwatch & controlled her hand. Skorn used this to hinder the attempts of Servo's friends to help him. Eventually, with Tanker holding back Sydney's hand & Amp typing in the computer for Sydney, they managed to send Servo his shield & sword programs to help him when Skorn clones himself. He was killed by Servo when Servo launched his sword/shield directly through Skorn. In "The President's a Frink," Malcolm uses him to fix the school presidential election. Here, he is destroyed again by Servo's shield/sword combo. In "Loose Lips Sink Microchips," Malcolm revives Skorn & sends him into Sam's school radio show at school to reveal embarrassing secrets about people. Here, he is again destroyed by Phormo.
- Skorn appeared in a total of four episodes, but in his third appearance ("The President's a Frink!"), Neil Ross was not available to do Skorn's voice, so Skorn did not speak in this appearance. Instead, Skorn remained completely silent (hence Servo asking Skorn, "Don't you recognize me?"). Kilokahn claimed he did this to increase the virus's power.