Victor Stone is a former college athlete. Following a horrible accident, his father Silas Stone, was able to save him via the use of a Mother Box that crafted cybernetics to him. Victor then became known as the superhero, Cyborg.
He would eventually be recruited by Batman and Wonder Woman to be a member of the Justice League, in order to help defend Earth against the imminent alien invasion of Steppenwolf and his Parademon army.
Victor Stone was born in 1994 in Gotham City, New Jersey, to Silas and an unnamed woman, a pair of scientists for S.T.A.R. Labs. While growing up, he often heard rumors about Batman, but never actually believed them.
Victor Stone was an athlete and attended Gotham City University, however his career was cut short when he was involved in a nearly fatal accident, causing him to be left with only his torso, head and half of his arms. Despite numerous attempts, his father was unable to save him, and eventually tried via the use of a mysterious alien box. However, the box somehow activated and he gave it to Victor, causing it to begin crafting him cybernetic body parts as Victor screamed out in pain. Footage of this transformation would be obtained by Lex Luthor shortly thereafter.
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- "You should probably move."
Following his tragic accident and cybernetic transformation, Victor has somewhat of a serious demeanor, as he is annoyed by his humorous Justice League teammate the Flash. He can also be quite blunt, pointing out to a person that the latter should have moved out of the path of the tank flying right at him.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Cybernetic Physiology: After managing to survive a horrible accident and becoming a cybernetic organism with the help of S.T.A.R. Labs technology and an alien Mother Box, Cyborg has gained various superhuman powers.
- Super Strength: Cyborg's armored cybernetic body grants him considerable superhuman strength, making him the fourth strongest member of the Justice League (after Superman, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman). Hence, Cyborg was able to stop and knock back a flying tank mid-air.
- Super Stamina: Cyborg has incredible stamina, with him never needing to sleep.
- Super Durability: Cyborg's cybernetic body is extremely durable, capable of withstanding immense blunt force trauma, as well as flight at extremely high altitudes.
- Self-Repair: Cyborg, due to the Mother Box fused to him, is capable of repairing his biomechatronic and regenerating his organic body parts in the event that they become damaged. Thus, he notably managed to heal his body and regrow lost organic body parts with biomechatronic parts after his horrible accident, thus becoming a cybernetic organism.
- Technopathy: Cyborg, due to him being a cybernetic organism, is able to connect and interface seamlessly with anything technological.
- Constant Internet Access: Cyborg, as a technopath, is constantly plugged into the Internet, taking in vast amounts of data.
- Shapeshifting: Cyborg can rapidly reshape parts of his body into various weapons and technological equipment at will.
- Face Armor: Cyborg can cover up the exposed organic portion of his face with durable layer of biomechatronic shielding.
- Plasma Canon: Cyborg can swiftly alter the shape of his left arm into a canon, which generates powerful concussive blasts of blue-hot plasma. These blasts are powerful and hot enough to instantly disintegrate a huge piece of falling debris mid-air.
- Flight: Cyborg can achieve sustained flight, via foot-jets.
- Expert Athlete: Victor Stone had originally been a highly skilled college athlete and football star before his horrible accident.
- Genius-level Intellect: Victor Stone, due to his cybernetic mind absorbing vast amounts of data (from being constantly plugged into the Internet), is extremely intelligent, though not quite on par with Batman.
- Humanity Maintenance: Cyborg's greatest weakness is him being forced to desperately try not to succumb to the technology around him on a regular basis, and maintain his humanity.
- Beings of Greater Power: Cyborg, when fighting beings of equal or greater superhuman might, like his his fellow metahuman Justice Leaguers, is more vulnerable, as they can generate enough force to knock out, injure and even kill Cyborg, bypassing his biomechatronic body's durability.
- Organic Body Parts: Cyborg's remaining organic body parts, namely the right side of his face, are exposed and more vulnerable to harm than his remaining biomechatronic body. However, Cyborg can very effectively compensate for this by covering up the exposed organic portion of his face with durable layer of biomechatronic shielding.
- His origin portrayed in the 2016 film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is heavily inspired by the character's arc in Geoff Johns' Justice League run during The New 52.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Goyer, David S., Terrio, Chris (writers) & Snyder, Zack (director) (March 25, 2016). Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Terrio, Chris (writer) & Snyder, Zack (director) (November 17, 2017). Justice League.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 DC Films Presents: The Dawn of the Justice League
- ↑ The Flash Plays "Annoying" Comic Relief in 'Justice League'