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Cyborg #6 (of 6)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

Cyborg and his “resurrected” A.I. father, Silas Stone, are locked in battle with the nefarious Solace. But in order to stop the android uprising, Victor will have to make a wrenching sacrifice and lose more than he ever thought possible!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
24 pages
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6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95


    As emotional as it is action-packed, ‘Cyborg’ #6 is the perfect capper to a series that this character has long needed to push him forward in new exciting ways. Plenty of big bold colors to hit home the superhero qualities but also to draw attention to the powerful human element at play, letting the audience soak up all the emotional energy.

  • 87

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: The finale of this limited series is both heartfelt and high-octane. I think this issue does a good job with wrapping up a complex story. Cyborg’s growth throughout the narrative is palpable and the lessons he learned are bound to affect his behavior in future storylines. Cyborg’s adventures will continue in Titans and I look forward to what these tales will bring in terms of character development.

    The Art: The illustration in this edition is modern, realistic, and youthful. The coloring is bold and often has a mixed media quality as the work at times mimics watercolor and at others traditional pencil. The action scenes are interesting and there is an emotional quality to the visuals that makes the story fully transportive.

  • 80

    This gets a thumbs up from me just for Cyborg hitting a Kamehameha on Solace. The final issue of Cyborg had the best art of the entire series, and it also included a satisfactory conclusion with Cyborg and his dad putting a lot of their differences aside. Cyborg has closure finally for the first time concerning his father’s choices. It’s a win-win.

  • 80

    Geek Dad

    DC has been trying to make the character a solo hero and headliner for a while, and this mini was the first where I really feel like they had a good hook for him.

  • 65

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Cyborg #6 ends the miniseries with some character growth for our hero, strong emotional beats, and plenty of robot-fighting action. That said, the clever path to victory isn’t so clever, so the final fight ends on a flat note.

  • 60

    Lyles Movie Files

    Unlike some of the other mini-series DC has rolled out, Cyborg’s latest didn’t offer enough possibilities to suggest it needed to be expanded to an ongoing series.

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