Cyborg appreciation thread

#1 Posted by Nighthunter (28582 posts) - - Show Bio

#2 Posted by Legendary Bio Vishanti (3333 posts) - - Show Bio

I swear this guy's gay.

#3 Posted by Nighthunter (28582 posts) - - Show Bio

Legendary Bio Vishanti says:

"I swear this guy's gay."

I swear that your comment doesn't matter to me :P

#4 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

I like Cyborg's storyline but I wish there was an artist that could make him look cool.His Cyborg costume sucks ass.I know he has alot of cybernetic parts but WTF.He's wearing a silver wife beater for godsakes.Give this guys a real costume.

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#5 Posted by Nighthunter (28582 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"I like Cyborg's storyline but I wish there was an artist that could make him look cool.His Cyborg costume sucks ass.I know he has alot of cybernetic parts but **WTF**.He's wearing a silver wife beater for godsakes.Give this guys a real costume."

tecnically victor stone had a costume when he was cyberion

#6 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

Nighthunter says:

"Legendary Bio Vishanti says:
"I swear this guy's gay."
I swear that your comment doesn't matter to me :P"

Or to anyone else for this matter.

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#7 Posted by Legendary Bio Vishanti (3333 posts) - - Show Bio

Nighthunter says:

"Legendary Bio Vishanti says:
"I swear this guy's gay."
I swear that your comment doesn't matter to me :P"

LoL.

@Vance : You think you're any more liked than I? I'm not the one hating on everyone. Besides, you and your Colt Python account are both little disliked losers on here. My opinion doesn't matter to anyone, but everything about you doesn't matter to anyone.

#8 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

Nighthunter says:

"Vance Astro says:
"I like Cyborg's storyline but I wish there was an artist that could make him look cool.His Cyborg costume sucks ass.I know he has alot of cybernetic parts but **WTF**.He's wearing a silver wife beater for godsakes.Give this guys a real costume."
tecnically victor stone had a costume when he was cyberion"

Yea I know but Cyborg costume is really bad.Not as bad as Superboy's jeans and a t-shirt but pretty close.

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#9 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

Legendary Bio Vishanti says:

"Nighthunter says:
"Legendary Bio Vishanti says:
"I swear this guy's gay."
I swear that your comment doesn't matter to me :P"
LoL. @Vance : You think you're any more liked than I? I'm not the one hating on everyone. Besides, you and your Colt Python account are both little disliked losers on here. My **opinion** doesn't matter to anyone, but **everything about you** doesn't matter to anyone."
Awww look whose trying too hard....
Post Edited:2008-02-25 21:30:04
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#10 Posted by lordraiden (7139 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, he's awso, oh wait! damn, wrong cyborg lol I was thinking it's

#11 Posted by zee crusher (8997 posts) - - Show Bio

Hes pretty good if i followed up more on DC i'd probably have a better opinion. But i should say followed on teen titans lol. He could use a better costume though.

#12 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

zee crusher says:

"Hes pretty good if i followed up more on DC i'd probably have a better opinion. But i should say followed on teen titans lol. He could use a better costume though."

Agreed..his costume is basura

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#13 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

zee crusher says:

"Vance Astro says:
"zee crusher says:
"Hes pretty good if i followed up more on DC i'd probably have a better opinion. But i should say followed on teen titans lol. He could use a better costume though."
Agreed..his costume is *basura*"
Like they really didn't work hard on it lol. Like you know how they are suppose to change a heros costume every now and the??? But this time they didn't change his."

Maybe it's because DC doesn't respect there black heroes enough.Except for Vixen and Steel it seems.

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#14 Posted by zee crusher (8997 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"zee crusher says:
"Hes pretty good if i followed up more on DC i'd probably have a better opinion. But i should say followed on teen titans lol. He could use a better costume though."

Agreed..his costume is basura"

Like they really didn't work hard on it lol. Like you know how they are suppose to change a heros costume every now and the??? But this time they didn't change his.

#15 Posted by zee crusher (8997 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"zee crusher says:
"Vance Astro says:
"zee crusher says:
"Hes pretty good if i followed up more on DC i'd probably have a better opinion. But i should say followed on teen titans lol. He could use a better costume though."
Agreed..his costume is *basura*"
Like they really didn't work hard on it lol. Like you know how they are suppose to change a heros costume every now and the??? But this time they didn't change his."

Maybe it's because DC doesn't respect there black heroes enough.Except for Vixen and Steel it seems."

Blacklighting lol. but Dc does have more then marvel marvel only has blackpanther and storm an i think one more Dc's got static, cyborg steel,vixen, that black girl of of los, black lighting they have more.

#16 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

zee crusher says:

"Vance Astro says:
"zee crusher says:
"Vance Astro says:
"zee crusher says:
"Hes pretty good if i followed up more on DC i'd probably have a better opinion. But i should say followed on teen titans lol. He could use a better costume though."
Agreed..his costume is *basura*"
Like they really didn't work hard on it lol. Like you know how they are suppose to change a heros costume every now and the??? But this time they didn't change his."
Maybe it's because DC doesn't respect there black heroes enough.Except for Vixen and Steel it seems."
Blacklighting lol. but Dc does have more then marvel marvel only has blackpanther and storm an i think one more Dc's got static, cyborg steel,vixen, that black girl of of los, black lighting they have more."

1.Marvel did it first

2.No DC doesn't have more.

3.Marvel has...Black Panther,Storm,Bishop,Triathlon,Rocket Racer,The Prowler,Luke Cage,Shard,Gauntlet,Goliath,Photon,Patriot,Misty Knight,WarMachine,Prodigy

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#17 Posted by Copy (8336 posts) - - Show Bio

What comic is the first image from?

#18 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

Copy says:

"What comic is the first image from?"

Teen Titans.

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#19 Posted by Copy (8336 posts) - - Show Bio

Issue number lol.

#20 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

Copy says:

"Issue number lol."

lol..Anyone?

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#21 Posted by Nighthunter (28582 posts) - - Show Bio

First: DC created the first black superheroine

Second: This is a thread to respect Cyborg, not to say which company respects more black people

three: DC has more black heroes

four: that topic is over, now it's time for the real reasons of this thread to start

#22 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

Nighthunter says:

"First: DC created the first black superheroine Second: This is a thread to respect Cyborg, not to say which company respects more black people three: DC has more black heroes four: that topic is over, now it's time for the real reasons of this thread to start"

I don't want to ruin your thread but DC does not have more black heroes.I can prove it if you want.

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#23 Posted by Nighthunter (28582 posts) - - Show Bio
#24 Posted by lordraiden (7139 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"zee crusher says:
"Vance Astro says:
"zee crusher says:
"Vance Astro says:
"zee crusher says:
"Hes pretty good if i followed up more on DC i'd probably have a better opinion. But i should say followed on teen titans lol. He could use a better costume though."
Agreed..his costume is *basura*"
Like they really didn't work hard on it lol. Like you know how they are suppose to change a heros costume every now and the??? But this time they didn't change his."
Maybe it's because DC doesn't respect there black heroes enough.Except for Vixen and Steel it seems."
Blacklighting lol. but Dc does have more then marvel marvel only has blackpanther and storm an i think one more Dc's got static, cyborg steel,vixen, that black girl of of los, black lighting they have more."
1.Marvel did it first 2.No DC doesn't have more. 3.Marvel has...Black Panther,Storm,Bishop,Triathlon,Rocket Racer,The Prowler,Luke Cage,Shard,Gauntlet,Goliath,Photon,Patriot,Misty Knight,WarMachine,Prodigy"

cyborg, john stewart, black lightning, bronze tiger, black racer, Jakeem thunder, Mr Teriffic, Pantha (?), Steel, Thunder, Vixen, Gear (legion), Amazing Man, Amander Waller (a bitch but kind of a good guy), firestorm (at the moment), and Crispus Allen is now the Spectre.

#25 Posted by lordraiden (7139 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"Nighthunter says:
"First: DC created the first black superheroine Second: This is a thread to respect Cyborg, not to say which company respects more black people three: DC has more black heroes four: that topic is over, now it's time for the real reasons of this thread to start"
I don't want to ruin your thread but DC does not have more black heroes.I can prove it if you want."

Amanda Waller (Suicide Squad, Checkmate)

Amazing Man I (Will Everett)

Amazing Man II (Will Everett, III)

Amber (ally of Jericho trained by Adeline Kane Wilson, operative of Searcher's Inc.)

Batman (Wayne Williams) (Just Imagine... Batman by Stan Lee)

Betty Clawman (New Guardians)

Big Thunder (Bulleteer miniseries)

Black Lightning

Black Racer (from the New Gods)

Blindside (from Relative Heroes)

Bloodwynd

Bronze Tiger

Bumblebee

Cal Durham (Aquaman ally, turned to waterbreather by Black Manta)

Carla White (Darkstars)

Cascade Sovereign Seven

Catspaw (Legion of Super-Heroes)

Chunk (Flash ally)

Coldcast (Justice League Elite)

The Commander (New Gods)

Computo II (Legion of Super-Heroes)

Conjura (Super Dictionary, 1978. Backwards magic like Zatanna.)

Crimson Avenger III

Crispus Allen (The Spectre)

Crystallex (Raphael Harris, becomes living crystal and morphs. In stasis at S.T.A.R. Labs San Francisco. Teen Titans)

Cyborg

Data (Freddie Martin), (Thriller), 1983-84

Doctor Midnight (Beth Chapel)

Doctor Mist

Empress

Epiphany (member of the DNAngels, US government agent. First appears Superboy #88 July 2001)

Eran Shadowstorm (Centaur Protector of the Realm from the Wizardworld series in Warlord)

FerAlyse (Jackee Jones who went by the street name ZuLuLu. A feral denizen of Chicago's Netherworld)

Firestorm III

4D (Ultramarine Corps)

Flex & Thermal (Suicide Squad)

Freedom Beast

Gary Washington (Checkmate operative)

Gear (Legion of Super-Heroes)

Ghost Lion (Hypotheticals, JLA Classified #16-21)

Glenn Gammeron (Intergalactic Bounty Hunter from Mi'ran. Ally of Martian Manhunter. Justice League Task Force #28-29)

Gravedigger (Captain Ulysses Hazard, Men of War 1-26)[1][2]

Green Lantern III (John Stewart)

Healer Randolph (One of Tomahawk's Rangers, an ex-slave turned folk healer)

Hero Cruz

Impala

Invisible Kid II (Legion of Super-Heroes)

Jackie Johnson (Easy Company)

Jakeem Thunder

Jet (Formerly of the New Guardians, now a Global Guardian)

Jim Corrigan (African-American police officer, ally of Jimmy Olsen and Black Lightning)

Jody (ally of Tomahawk)

Joto (now known as Hot Spot)

Josiah Power

Kid Impala (Ultramarine Corps)

Kid Quantum I (James Cullen) (Legion of Super-Heroes}

Kid Quantum II (Jazmin Cullen) (Legion of Super-Heroes}

Lady Liberty III (Battle for Bludhaven)

Machiste (sometimes ally of the Warlord)

Manhattan Guardian

Martin Ellis (woke from coma in Justice League Quarterly #17 with powers of Tempest, Joshua Clay)

Maximum (Supermen of America)

Microwavebelle (Hero Hotline)

Mister Bones (DEO regional director)

Mister Miracle III

Mister Terrific II

Mohammed Ibn Bornu (North African warrior hero from the Cadre of the Immortal)

Mongrel (Blood Pack)

Muhammad X

New Moon (a member of the Moondancers. First appeared in World's Finest Comics #295 September 1983)

Northwind

Nu'Bia (Wonder Woman ally)

Obatala, Lord of the White Cloth

Onyx

Orpheus

Pantha (Teen Titans)

Percival Hazard leader of Squad K and grandson of Ulysses Hazard.[3]

Philippus (Amazon ally of Wonder Woman)

Rush & Silence (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002)

Samosa (one of the Kid Lanterns from Green Lantern Mosaic)

Scrap (One of the D.E.O.rphans from Titans vol. 4 #26. Scrap had magnetic powers)

Sela (Atlantean warrior woman 3,000 years ago. JLA Obsidian Age)

Shango the Thunderer

Shondra Kinsolving (A doctor with telekinetic healing abilities, ally of Batman)

Skyrocket

Sojourner (Henrietta Jessup, a member of Artemis' HellEnders.)

The Solution (Teen Titans tryout, Young Justice ally)

Sonik (Superman/Batman ally from World's Finest)

Star Boy (Legion of Super-Heroes)

Steel III

Steel IV

Static Shock

Stoneyard (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002)

Superman & Supergirl of Earth-D (from Legends of the DC Universe: Crisis on Infinite Earths)

Superman (Harvey Dent) (Tangent Comics: Superman #1)

Ted & Terri Trapper (private detectives from the Super Dictionary, 1978)

Technocrat

Tempest (Joshua Clay from the Doom Patrol)

Thunder (Anissa Pierce)

Tina Ames (Power of "Bio-Energy"; could become living energy, from Superman Family 188 & 192-194. Joins the DNA Project.)

Tyroc (Legion of Super-Heroes)

Underground (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002)

Vixen

Vox

Vykin (Forever People)

Wilson Forbes (Daily Planet reporter from the Super Dictionary, 1978)

Wyldeheart (ally of Damage)

Xero

XS

Zeke (One of the D.E.O.rphans from Titans vol. 4 #26. Zeke had super strength)

DC: 112

and for marvel:

Abraham Brown (Sons of the Tiger)

Aegis (New Warriors)

Agent Storm/Tempest (X-Force)

Alex Wilder (Runaways)

Anarchist (X-Force)

Attractive Lad (Crazy Eights)

Axe II (Harriers)

Bandit

Battlestar

Bedlam

Bishop (X-Men)

The Black Musketeers (Dr. Joshua Itobo, Ishanta, and Khanata; allies of the Black Panther)

Black Panther

Blade

Bling (member of New X-Men)

Brother Voodoo

Captain America (Isaiah Bradley)

Cardiac

Cecilia Reyes (X-Men)

Chord (New Warriors ally)

Cloak

Darwin (half-black, half-Latino, X-Men)

Deathlok (Michael Collins)

Debrii

Doorman (Great Lakes X-Men)

Falcon

Goliath (Bill Foster, Avengers)

Gabe Jones one of the Howling Commandos

Gateway (X-Men ally, Australian Aborigine)

Genii (Young Gods)

Georgianna Castleberry (Team America)

Girth (Happy Campers, NFL Superpro)

Goblyn (sister of Laura Dean, ally of Alpha Flight)

G. W. Bridge (S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Hammer (Six Pack)

Heather Hudson (Exiles)

High-Tech

Hit-Maker (half-black, half-Mexican)

Horus (Heliopolitan Gods)

Hybrid (New Warriors)

Isis (Heliopolitan Gods)

Josiah X (The Crew)

Kasper Cole (The Crew)

"Licorice" Calhoun (illusionist, appeared in S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Lightbright (Silver Sable's Wild Pack)

Luke Cage (aka Power Man)

Maggott (former member of the X-Men, deceased)

Marcus Stone (Code Blue)

Maxam

Meteor Man (Jefferson Reed)

Midnight Sun (ally of Shang-Chi)

Misty Knight (Heroes for Hire)

Monica Rambeau (Captain Marvel II aka Photon aka Pulsar)

M'shulla (Killraven's Freemen)

Night Thrasher (New Warriors)

Nightwatch

N'Kantu, the Living Mummy

Numinus (cosmic embodiment of the wonders of the universe, Power Pack)

Pathway (Laura Dean, sister of Goblyn Dean, ally of Alpha Flight)

Patriot

Phastos (Eternals)

Prodigy II (David Alleyne) (New X-Men: Academy X)

Prowler

Rage

Reno Jones (one of the Gunhawks)

Rocket Racer (a villain turned hero)

Shard of X-Factor

Shola Inkosi

Silhouette

Sister Voodoo (Vanna Black, actress hired by Brother Voodoo, from Marvel Age Annual #3)

Splice (Young Gods)

Sprocket (pilot and mechanic, employer of Night Thrasher)

Storm

Sunspot (X-Men)

Synch

Tag (member of the New X-Men)

Triathlon (Avengers)

Venus (cloned from the DNA of Goliath and Elisa Maza, Gargoyles comic series)

Venus Dee Milo

Vibrania (Ally of Speedball)

Vibranium

Vibraxis of Fantastic Force

Voodo Chile (child actor hired by Brother Voodoo, from Marvel Age Annual #3)

War Machine

Wes Cassady, a construction worker who was bitten by a radioactive rabbit.

Wildstreak (Fantastic Four ally)

Windshear (Alpha Flight)

marvel: 87

#26 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

lordraiden says:

"Vance Astro says:
"Nighthunter says:
"First: DC created the first black superheroine Second: This is a thread to respect Cyborg, not to say which company respects more black people three: DC has more black heroes four: that topic is over, now it's time for the real reasons of this thread to start"
I don't want to ruin your thread but DC does not have more black heroes.I can prove it if you want."
Amanda Waller (Suicide Squad, Checkmate) Amazing Man I (Will Everett) Amazing Man II (Will Everett, III) Amber (ally of Jericho trained by Adeline Kane Wilson, operative of Searcher's Inc.) Batman (Wayne Williams) (Just Imagine... Batman by Stan Lee) Betty Clawman (New Guardians) Big Thunder (Bulleteer miniseries) Black Lightning Black Racer (from the New Gods) Blindside (from Relative Heroes) Bloodwynd Bronze Tiger Bumblebee Cal Durham (Aquaman ally, turned to waterbreather by Black Manta) Carla White (Darkstars) Cascade Sovereign Seven Catspaw (Legion of Super-Heroes) Chunk (Flash ally) Coldcast (Justice League Elite) The Commander (New Gods) Computo II (Legion of Super-Heroes) Conjura (Super Dictionary, 1978. Backwards magic like Zatanna.) Crimson Avenger III Crispus Allen (The Spectre) Crystallex (Raphael Harris, becomes living crystal and morphs. In stasis at S.T.A.R. Labs San Francisco. Teen Titans) Cyborg Data (Freddie Martin), (Thriller), 1983-84 Doctor Midnight (Beth Chapel) Doctor Mist Empress Epiphany (member of the DNAngels, US government agent. First appears Superboy #88 July 2001) Eran Shadowstorm (Centaur Protector of the Realm from the Wizardworld series in Warlord) FerAlyse (Jackee Jones who went by the street name ZuLuLu. A feral denizen of Chicago's Netherworld) Firestorm III 4D (Ultramarine Corps) Flex & Thermal (Suicide Squad) Freedom Beast Gary Washington (Checkmate operative) Gear (Legion of Super-Heroes) Ghost Lion (Hypotheticals, JLA Classified #16-21) Glenn Gammeron (Intergalactic Bounty Hunter from Mi'ran. Ally of Martian Manhunter. Justice League Task Force #28-29) Gravedigger (Captain Ulysses Hazard, Men of War 1-26)[1][2] Green Lantern III (John Stewart) Healer Randolph (One of Tomahawk's Rangers, an ex-slave turned folk healer) Hero Cruz Impala Invisible Kid II (Legion of Super-Heroes) Jackie Johnson (Easy Company) Jakeem Thunder Jet (Formerly of the New Guardians, now a Global Guardian) Jim Corrigan (African-American police officer, ally of Jimmy Olsen and Black Lightning) Jody (ally of Tomahawk) Joto (now known as Hot Spot) Josiah Power Kid Impala (Ultramarine Corps) Kid Quantum I (James Cullen) (Legion of Super-Heroes} Kid Quantum II (Jazmin Cullen) (Legion of Super-Heroes} Lady Liberty III (Battle for Bludhaven) Machiste (sometimes ally of the Warlord) Manhattan Guardian Martin Ellis (woke from coma in Justice League Quarterly #17 with powers of Tempest, Joshua Clay) Maximum (Supermen of America) Microwavebelle (Hero Hotline) Mister Bones (DEO regional director) Mister Miracle III Mister Terrific II Mohammed Ibn Bornu (North African warrior hero from the Cadre of the Immortal) Mongrel (Blood Pack) Muhammad X New Moon (a member of the Moondancers. First appeared in World's Finest Comics #295 September 1983) Northwind Nu'Bia (Wonder Woman ally) Obatala, Lord of the White Cloth Onyx Orpheus Pantha (Teen Titans) Percival Hazard leader of Squad K and grandson of Ulysses Hazard.[3] Philippus (Amazon ally of Wonder Woman) Rush & Silence (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002) Samosa (one of the Kid Lanterns from Green Lantern Mosaic) Scrap (One of the D.E.O.rphans from Titans vol. 4 #26. Scrap had magnetic powers) Sela (Atlantean warrior woman 3,000 years ago. JLA Obsidian Age) Shango the Thunderer Shondra Kinsolving (A doctor with telekinetic healing abilities, ally of Batman) Skyrocket Sojourner (Henrietta Jessup, a member of Artemis' HellEnders.) The Solution (Teen Titans tryout, Young Justice ally) Sonik (Superman/Batman ally from World's Finest) Star Boy (Legion of Super-Heroes) Steel III Steel IV Static Shock Stoneyard (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002) Superman & Supergirl of Earth-D (from Legends of the DC Universe: Crisis on Infinite Earths) Superman (Harvey Dent) (Tangent Comics: Superman #1) Ted & Terri Trapper (private detectives from the Super Dictionary, 1978) Technocrat Tempest (Joshua Clay from the Doom Patrol) Thunder (Anissa Pierce) Tina Ames (Power of "Bio-Energy"; could become living energy, from Superman Family 188 & 192-194. Joins the DNA Project.) Tyroc (Legion of Super-Heroes) Underground (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002) Vixen Vox Vykin (Forever People) Wilson Forbes (Daily Planet reporter from the Super Dictionary, 1978) Wyldeheart (ally of Damage) Xero XS Zeke (One of the D.E.O.rphans from Titans vol. 4 #26. Zeke had super strength) DC: 112 and for marvel: Abraham Brown (Sons of the Tiger) Aegis (New Warriors) Agent Storm/Tempest (X-Force) Alex Wilder (Runaways) Anarchist (X-Force) Attractive Lad (Crazy Eights) Axe II (Harriers) Bandit Battlestar Bedlam Bishop (X-Men) The Black Musketeers (Dr. Joshua Itobo, Ishanta, and Khanata; allies of the Black Panther) Black Panther Blade Bling (member of New X-Men) Brother Voodoo Captain America (Isaiah Bradley) Cardiac Cecilia Reyes (X-Men) Chord (New Warriors ally) Cloak Darwin (half-black, half-Latino, X-Men) Deathlok (Michael Collins) Debrii Doorman (Great Lakes X-Men) Falcon Goliath (Bill Foster, Avengers) Gabe Jones one of the Howling Commandos Gateway (X-Men ally, Australian Aborigine) Genii (Young Gods) Georgianna Castleberry (Team America) Girth (Happy Campers, NFL Superpro) Goblyn (sister of Laura Dean, ally of Alpha Flight) G. W. Bridge (S.H.I.E.L.D.) Hammer (Six Pack) Heather Hudson (Exiles) High-Tech Hit-Maker (half-black, half-Mexican) Horus (Heliopolitan Gods) Hybrid (New Warriors) Isis (Heliopolitan Gods) Josiah X (The Crew) Kasper Cole (The Crew) "Licorice" Calhoun (illusionist, appeared in S.H.I.E.L.D.) Lightbright (Silver Sable's Wild Pack) Luke Cage (aka Power Man) Maggott (former member of the X-Men, deceased) Marcus Stone (Code Blue) Maxam Meteor Man (Jefferson Reed) Midnight Sun (ally of Shang-Chi) Misty Knight (Heroes for Hire) Monica Rambeau (Captain Marvel II aka Photon aka Pulsar) M'shulla (Killraven's Freemen) Night Thrasher (New Warriors) Nightwatch N'Kantu, the Living Mummy Numinus (cosmic embodiment of the wonders of the universe, Power Pack) Pathway (Laura Dean, sister of Goblyn Dean, ally of Alpha Flight) Patriot Phastos (Eternals) Prodigy II (David Alleyne) (New X-Men: Academy X) Prowler Rage Reno Jones (one of the Gunhawks) Rocket Racer (a villain turned hero) Shard of X-Factor Shola Inkosi Silhouette Sister Voodoo (Vanna Black, actress hired by Brother Voodoo, from Marvel Age Annual #3) Splice (Young Gods) Sprocket (pilot and mechanic, employer of Night Thrasher) Storm Sunspot (X-Men) Synch Tag (member of the New X-Men) Triathlon (Avengers) Venus (cloned from the DNA of Goliath and Elisa Maza, Gargoyles comic series) Venus Dee Milo Vibrania (Ally of Speedball) Vibranium Vibraxis of Fantastic Force Voodo Chile (child actor hired by Brother Voodoo, from Marvel Age Annual #3) War Machine Wes Cassady, a construction worker who was bitten by a radioactive rabbit. Wildstreak (Fantastic Four ally) Windshear (Alpha Flight) marvel: 87 "

Not only is that straight from Google which is usually wrong.Alot of the people named under both aren't heroes there just black people.

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#27 Posted by lordraiden (7139 posts) - - Show Bio

can't really do much more when people pick and choose what's right or wrong irrispective of what's in front of them! maybe marvel does have alot more, maybe they don't! I don't really think it's that much of a difference either way!

#28 Posted by Vance Astro (91235 posts) - - Show Bio

lordraiden says:

"can't really do much more when people pick and choose what's right or wrong irrispective of what's in front of them! maybe marvel does have alot more, maybe they don't! I don't really think it's that much of a difference either way!"

Amanda Waller is the first name on the DC list.She is not a hero.

The difference is and the point i'm trying to make is.Marvel respects thier black heroes more and they were the first to make a black hero,besides Lobo (not the one from DC) whom isn't owned by either company.My point in bringing that up is...Yes I like Cyborg but I don't think DC cares enough to give him a better costume which is my only beef with him.DC doesn't have a black superhero right now who has there own comic right now.I just want them to do Cyborg more justice and give him a better costume.It looks really tacky.

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#29 Posted by lordraiden (7139 posts) - - Show Bio

Vance Astro says:

"lordraiden says:
"can't really do much more when people pick and choose what's right or wrong irrispective of what's in front of them! maybe marvel does have alot more, maybe they don't! I don't really think it's that much of a difference either way!"
Amanda Waller is the first name on the DC list.She is not a hero. The difference is and the point i'm trying to make is.Marvel respects thier black heroes more and they were the first to make a black hero,besides Lobo (not the one from DC) whom isn't owned by either company.My point in bringing that up is...Yes I like Cyborg but I don't think DC cares enough to give him a better costume which is my only beef with him.DC doesn't have a black superhero right now who has there own comic right now.I just want them to do Cyborg more justice and give him a better costume.It looks really tacky."

I won't argue that!

#30 Posted by Imperial (221 posts) - - Show Bio

Love the guy. BB is my favourite. But he ain't far behind him.

#31 Posted by lboy (525 posts) - - Show Bio

cyborg is getting his own miniseries BOO YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

#32 Posted by Brainiac1.0 (344 posts) - - Show Bio

cyborg superman is a good villain

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Following his exposure to cosmic radiation and subsequent "death," Henshaw's consciousness survives in an electronic state, making him virtually indestructible as he can transfer his electronic consciousness into any nearby machine (and even some that are light years away). Henshaw is able to 'inhabit' any machine or technology and manipulate said devices as though they are living metal. He can animate machines, construct any technological device, and control any mechanical system. In addition, Henshaw's 'Cyborg' body possesses a various number of other mechanical sensors, and has the ability to interface with any machine. His technological components can transform into a myriad of weapons and tools - since his first appearance as the Cyborg Superman, Henshaw has consistently manifested his technical half in that manner.

Thanks to his interactions with Superman's birthing matrix, Henshaw possesses knowledge of both Superman's Kryptonian genetic code and Kryptonian technology. This information allows him to construct cyborg bodies with organic portions that are genetically identical to Superman and mechanical components built from Kryptonian (and later, Apokoliptian) alloys. Using Superman's genetic code gives the Cyborg access to all of Superman's powers, such as high levels of superhuman strength, speed, and durability; super acute senses; x-ray, heat/laser, and infrared vision; and ultrasonic hearing, including, Superman's vulnerability to kryptonite radiation, which appears to weaken both the organic and technological components of Henshaw's body, preventing him from altering his body. However, even though his organic half might be mortally weakened by kryptonite, the mechanical components of his body will allow Henshaw to still function, albeit without any of his Kryptonian powers.

Henshaw's own durability may not be equal to Superman, as he was shown melting and burning up in Earth's sun during a battle with Superman Red, an exposure which the true Superman has survived repeatedly with no ill effects. Henshaw's body had been made out of material he got from toys, however. A full-power strike from Darkseid's Omega Beams has also incinerated Henshaw's body, but it is still unclear exactly how durable he is. The blast hit him while he had already been weakened by a lesser one earlier, and he was blindsided both times because he was already engaged with Superman; no minor distraction itself.

In addition to the powers he has because of his Kryptonian-Cyborg body, he also has been shown wielding, briefly, four or five Green power rings and later four to five Qwardian power rings and as such has access to all the immense powers they bestow.

Finally, Henshaw seems to be able to alter his "natural" energy attacks to affect specific foes. He has been able to defeat both Superman and Eradicator with a single blast, on several occasions. Normally he uses a weapon crafted out of one of his arms, but when pressed he merely uses his eye-beams: either only his mechanical one, or both his Kryptonian eye and cybernetic one simultaneously

#33 Posted by Sling Shot (3560 posts) - - Show Bio

Cyborg has been too weak for level of tech available to him. Except when he had the omnidrone matrix, which he still didn't do much with it.

Other than that he is okay, but that other stuff is kind of a big deal.

#34 Posted by Midnight Lantern (6011 posts) - - Show Bio

Nighthunter says:

DC has more black heroes

I would say Marvel has more but thats not the point.

Point is...I love Cyborg.

RESPECT HIM.

#35 Posted by Ace High (625 posts) - - Show Bio

Cyborg does indeed kick ass. I think his high point in recent years was when the whole of the combined might of every titan was catching a healthy beat down for Doctor Light and then Cyborg stepped in a kicked his ass! SONIC BEAM CANNON FTW!!!

#36 Posted by Obi Wan Kenobi! (27638 posts) - - Show Bio

Is there anyone here who actually like his appearance in Teen Titans more than in the comics? cause I do

#37 Posted by G'bandit (13689 posts) - - Show Bio
zee crusher said:
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Vance Astro says:

"zee crusher says:
"Hes pretty good if i followed up more on DC i'd probably have a better opinion. But i should say followed on teen titans lol. He could use a better costume though."

Agreed..his costume is basura"

Like they really didn't work hard on it lol. Like you know how they are suppose to change a heros costume every now and the??? But this time they didn't change his.

"
remember that he's armor is not exacly a costume i mean technically he's abilities are actually a curse to him... is not like the other heroes that are in the hero business cause they want.. like robin..

also what if fan start complaining after they change him??? they change sups and everyone hated the new one!
they change spider-man and everyone hated it!!! cause acording to what i read from marvel iron spidey was for ever.. is just that people got mad since spiderman's original suit is iconic......

if they changing cyborg they better put a little of the anime cyborg on... he look awesome there.. BOOYAA!!
#38 Posted by Nighthunter (28582 posts) - - Show Bio

Just saw the last issue of Cyborg's miniseries

he single handly beated the teen titans and the titans with just simple strategy

The only one that was really stupid was how he easily took down Blue Beetle

#39 Posted by comicbookguy (281 posts) - - Show Bio

i really like cyborg hes a cool character would be cool if they gave him a different look would much prefer it if he looked like teen titan(animated series) counterpart or i think it wud be a decent idea to jus make all his parts internal like he is in smallville

#40 Posted by Captain13 (3331 posts) - - Show Bio
@comicbookguy said:
" i really like cyborg hes a cool character would be cool if they gave him a different look would much prefer it if he looked like teen titan(animated series) counterpart or i think it wud be a decent idea to jus make all his parts internal like he is in smallville "
This. Or make him look human except for his arms and legs. The Silver wifebeater and half face aren't working for me. So much wasted potential with his look IMO. But I like his personality and the concept behind his character.
#41 Posted by SUNMAN (7239 posts) - - Show Bio

http://youtu.be/Xs8HqCZNSNw

#42 Posted by SUNMAN (7239 posts) - - Show Bio
#43 Posted by OutlawRenegade (1251 posts) - - Show Bio

Cyborg on DC Nation

#44 Posted by SUNMAN (7239 posts) - - Show Bio
#45 Posted by SUNMAN (7239 posts) - - Show Bio

Cyborg taking it to Doctor Light in Identity Crisis After all the other Titans go down

Last Titan standing baby

#46 Posted by Nighthunter (28582 posts) - - Show Bio

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