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Real Identity: Victor Stone
Affiliations: Super Hero High School
Appearances (Webisodes): Welcome to Super Hero High, All About Super Hero High, Clubbing, Hero of the Month: Wonder Woman, Doubles Trouble, Hero of the Month: Katana, Hero of the Month: Frost, The Cheetah Who Cried Wolf, Ring of Mire, The Ultimate Accessory, Hero of the Month: Cyborg and Starfire, Cold Blooded, Surprise!, Tales From the Kryptomites Part 2, Seeing Red, Body Electric, Fresh Ares Part 1, Fight Flub, It's a Superful Life, Ring Me Maybe Part 4, Fish Out of Water Part 1, Ha-Ha Horticulture, Truth of the Lasso Part 1, and Nevermore Part 3
Appearances (Novels): Wonder Woman at Super Hero High, Supergirl at Super Hero High, Batgirl at Super Hero High, Katana at Super Hero High, and Harley Quinn at Super Hero High
Appearances (TV Specials): Super Hero High
Appearances (Comics): Free Comic Book Day Edition 2016, Halloween ComicFest 2016 Edition, Deja Vu Part 2, Gimme a Summer Break, One-Hit Wonder Woman (comic only), Painting the Town Red, Paper Trail, On the Same Page, Final Draft, Stay Calm, Krypton, and Barry-foot in the Bark
Appearances (Graphic Novels): Finals Crisis, Hits and Myths, and Summer Olympus
Appearances (Books): Super Hero High School Yearbook
Appearances (Movies): Hero of the Year
Appearances (LEGO Webisodes): Body Building, Trading Places, and Crazed & Confused
Appearances (LEGO TV Special): Galactic Wonder
Powers/Skills: Enhanced Intelligence, Enhanced Strength, Cybernetic Armor, and Transforming Blaster Arm
Voiced By: Khary Payton
Cyborg is part man, part machine. His cybernetics always keep him connected to the Internet, so he breezes through his studies with plenty of time for his favorite extra cirricular activies such as playing video games, watching TV, and eating pizza. He only has to worry when his computerized brain gets poor wi-fi reception. Cyborg left Detroit and attended Super Hero High School. To cut down on feeling awkward in the dining hall, Wonder Woman warned Cyborg to be careful with his drink or he would rust the metal in his head. Sometimes, when Cyborg gets upset, his brain starts to misfire and it gives him a killer headache. Barbara Gordon, on occassion, fixes his internal circuitry with a screwdriver and other tools. On the day the team members for the 100th Annual Super Triathlon were announced, the auditorium was so silent that only the infinitesimally tiny ping caused by a minor computer malfunction in Cyborg's titanium circuitry system could be heard.
He recently teamed up with the Flash in a tennis doubles match against Katana and Supergirl. He morphed his right hand into a tennis racket and declared the trophy was his and Flash's. The game was interrupted when Supergirl heard Double Dare robbing an old woman nearby. When the day was saved, Supergirl was given the trophy. Starfire and Cyborg tied for Hero of the Month for saving Metropolis from Trigon's attack by using teamwork. The day before semester finals, Cyborg watched Cheetah and Wonder Woman spar in P.E. class. After school, he went to Harley Quinn's party. Cyborg was one of the nominees for Hero of the Year. He helped decorate campus, including moving statues with Hawkgirl. Cyborg participated in the pre-show with Lois Lane and started talking about classic thinkers like Plato, Aristotle, and Socrates then made a pun about Immanuel Kant. Harley didn't care for the high brow humor and interrupted. He easily destroyed Eclipso's Shadow Demons with his sonic cannon.
Cyborg scheduled his summer for a systems upgrade and declined Wonder Woman's offer to join her on Mount Olympus. He later posted on social media he was 'feeling like BOOYEAH!" Halfway through summer, Ares and Strife's invading army of gods set off a save the day alarm. Cyborg left summer school with Miss Martian and Cheetah. He revealed his systems upgrade sends him automatic alerts whenever "Metropolis" plus "attack" trended together. Cyborg took part in the battle against Ares but fell prey to Strife's spell of discord. He fought Starfire. She was jealous of his snazzy armor and he hated the way her hair smelled like marshmallows. Cyborg was one of the supers who took on an army of artwork animated by June Moone's Magic Paint. Cyborg battled drawings of himself and Starfire in an effort to secure the downtown sector while Wonder Woman and Katana pursued other art into a Super-Buy. He joined with them to take on Enchantress but wondered how they could fight her and the animated art at the same time. Wonder Woman called a truce with the art. After the first attack failed, Cyborg noted even his stainless steel hurt.
One night, Cyborg stopped Giganta's temper tantrum and helped her find her missing sunglasses. They were on top on of her head the whole time. Cyborg added she should get some anger management. Giganta denied she had anger problems and threw her glasses at him. Cyborg activated his rocket boots and took off with her in hot pursuit. Thunder and Lightning intervened and came to Cyborg's aid. Together, they attacked Giganta with everything they had. Giganta grabbed onto a live wire near a sub-station and was electrocuted. As a result, Metropolis experienced a blackout. Cyborg used all of his power in the fight and couldn't recharge. He collapsed just after Batgirl arrived on-scene. He was back online to attend a ceremony recognizing Thunder and Lightning's part in restoring Metropolis to normal. Cyborg took part in target practice with Frost, Starfire, and Bumblebee. As they fired at targets made out of villains, they were unaware Cheetah was in the hedges and kept firing. Cyborg fired his sonic cannon and dispersed Trigon's blast.