Yes, it's Cybersix from the show of the same name. 1. Cybersix was an Argentinian comic series and first appeared in Italy. Yet while written in Spanish, Italian and French, it has never been translated into Japanese or English.
2. At night--although there are a few exceptions from time to time, Cybersix fights crime--in particular whatever her evil creator, Dr. Von Reichter, and his "son" Jose (who's actually a youthful clone of himself, which is never mentioned in the animated series) are up to. By daytime, she teaches high school literature--in the guise of a man.
3.Only 13 episodes were produced--which was a shame because while there was actually an ending of sorts--they could have easily carried it on from there.
"Homer,we just brought Flanders back from the dead. Did you use the notebook to make a flock of penguins peck him to death?" Marge-"Murder He Wrote"-a Simpsons Comic story.
Damfine gets the prize! It is indeed Zapp Brannigan, from futurama!
Now, as to the clues, for those who are interested... 1. Zapp is the senior officer in Earth's military (technically, the D.O.O.P.'s military). Quiteliterally, he is only below the D.O.O.P. secretary and President Nixon's head. Yet, it is obvious to basically everyone, he is a complete buffoon. 2. Zapp mispronounces words like champagne, guacamole, and encore while trying to impress people or convince them he is refined. 3. Zapp is always trying to get Leela to go out with him- which she simply does not want to do (even going so far as to fake having a fiancee). But he simply ignore it, even going so far as to question as to pose the question "How could you? Our love has had to endure your constant hatred, and now this??" 4. As has been established above, Zapp really has the hots for Leela, so to speak. So much so that in one instance, he was incredibly attracted to a new recruit named Lee Lemon- Leela in disguise. Disguised, of course, as a man. He says, to wit: "That young man fills me with hope. Plus some other emotions which are weird and deeply confusing." 5. Billy West provides the voice of Zapp Brannigan. 6. In a parody of Star Trek's 'Prime Directive', the D.O.O.P.'s cornerstone policy is avoiding interfering with undeveloped planets, aka "Brannigan's Law".