JUSTICE LEAGUE Cyborg Character (2017) DC Superhero

 

 

What’s going on readers, hope you’re all good, today I want to write an overview for the one and only iconic DC Comics character Cyborg. Cyborg also known as Victor Stone is being portrayed by actor Ray Fisher  . Ray Fisher is an awesome watch how he explains the character Cyborg.

“Victor Stone is a college athlete and a tragic accident, befolds him…his father in order to save his life merges his body with alien technology it’s nothing that the family has ever seen, everyday I wake up different modified”. 

 

Victor Stone was the son of a pair of scientists who decided to use him as a test subject for various intelligence enhancement projects. However, Victor grew to resent this treatment and fell in with a young miscreant named Ron Evers who led him into trouble with the law.  He had to reform by using his cybernetic body armour for Justice and realised with great power comes great responsibility. 

Cyborg’s power’s and abilities 

  1. Superhuman strength 
  2. Superhuman speed
  3. Superhuman stamina
  4. Superhuman durability 
  5. Shape-change 
  6. Sensor System
  7. Body Resistance 
  8. Computer Interface 
  9. Cybernetic Enhancement 
  10. Genius level Intellect  

 

 

Check out the details about his career below.

Ray Fisher is an American stage actor, best known for his role in the comedy The Good, the Bad and the Confused. On April 24, 2014, it was announced that Fisher will portray the superhero Victor Stone/Cyborg in the upcoming film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. and is expected to reprise his role in Justice League films. On October 15, 2014, it was announced that Fisher will reprise his role as Victor Stone/Cyborg in his own solo Cyborg film in 2020.

 

 


Date published: 19/11/17

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

Source: (1) Comicbook.com [Cyborg]

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