Although Victor Stone's scientist parents encouraged Victor to pursue academic interests, he found athletic activity far more to his taste. During an experiment, Victor's mother accidentally unleashed a creature from another dimension that killed her instantly and badly wounded Victor. While his wife died, Victor's father managed to save his son by grafting cybernetic parts to Victor's organs and computerizing synthetic nerve bases to his spine.

Now half organic and half molybdenum steel, Victor felt alienated from being no longer able to compete on the athletic field due to his body. However, after meeting and becoming a member of the Titans, Victor has found like-minded teens in similar situations to himself and seeks to guide them away from the alienation he himself once felt.

Alternate FutureEdit

Cyborg was firing at other villains before Batman informed him to fire on the shield. When Black Adam shouted "SHAZAM" killing Green Lantern and The Flash, creating a massive explosion killing him with Batman crushed and hurt.

Combat StatisticsEdit



  • Cyborg is the first Titan you must face while attempting to free Raven from Trigon's corruption. After defeating him he aids you in fighting Starfire, Nightwing and Donna Troy. The Titans then split up, and Cyborg accompanies you until you meet Zatanna.
  • Cyborg must be talked to start the mission Five Deadly Sins.
  • Cyborg must be talked to in the Gotham Wastelands for the Envy daily missions.
  • In Trigon's Prison, Cyborg may assist in combating distressed spirits in the upper levels of the catacombs.


Associated EquipmentEdit


  • Cyborg first appeared in DC Comics Presents #26 (October 1980).
  • Cyborg is voiced by Alexander Brandon.
  • Cyborg's bionic and cybernetic components are made from the near-invulnerable metal known as promethium.


Cyborg Gallery Page

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