Cyborg #15

Cyborg #15

Writer: John Semper Jr. Artist: Will Conrad Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 2, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 1
6.3Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

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"AFTERMATH" part two! Anomaly's horrific dream is realized when the O.T.A.C. virus changes nearly all flesh and blood on Earth into cold hard steel. Now humanity's last hope, Cyborg, Beast Boy, and a band of rebels led by Vic's mother, Elinore Stone, embark on a suicide mission to find the cure. Their first obstacle? The infected super-scientist Doc Magnus and his newly twisted robot army, the Metal Men!

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Steven Brown Aug 3, 2017

    Overall I truly enjoyed Cyborg #15. Here we find Cyborg surrounded in a world full of machines, and as he questions his own humanity, he finds himself fighting for what's left of it. This issue had plenty of action, a good story, and some emotional moments as well. I'm looking forward to how exactly Semper Jr. gets Cyborg out of this situation and ultimately back to his own Earth. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Aug 2, 2017

    Cyborg #15 was a step up from the issues before. Knowing what exactly is going on matters more than anything else at this stage. Cyborg never disappoints when there is action, so there is always room for that when there are plenty of other things to address beforehand. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Nerd Church Radio - Noah O'Toole Aug 2, 2017

    The alternate reality Cyborg finds himself in combined with the introduction of the Metal Men makes this a rather fun issue. Plus, any time you can add Beast Boy, even an alternate reality version, to a Cyborg story you're guaranteed to have a few laughs. Read Full Review

  • 5.3
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Aug 2, 2017

    Cyborg, while giving us a little more of an interesting plot, still comes off a bit boring and weird at the same time and while we're getting dribs and drabs of things that are trying to get that weird bit out of the way, it's not all the way there yet.  The art in this book is decent and conveys the story well, but the story not being that interesting overall is the problem.  Yeah, I still hope that I'll get a Cyborg book that I'll enjoy, but with this long drawn out plot, I don't see that happening anytime soon. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Book Bin - Philip Schweier Aug 2, 2017

    It is so utterly lacking in originality. Rather than present a remarkable re-interpretation of Cyborg's 21st century potential in the Digital Age, instead it falls so easily into over-used plot devices and clichs. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Supes' soups Aug 4, 2017

    Some of the lines are beyond terrible, like Scarlett's you still turn me on line. There are others but thankfully I've already forgotten them at the time of this writing. The whole being black means you'll get overlooked is somewhat condescending when Exxy overrides the Metal Men but that's barely the only thing cringeworthy in this book. This is one Rebirth title that isn't doing well in terms of story-telling which is kind of a shame. So far, Cyborg's solo title ever since DCYou has been a floundering mess. It's a shame, it could be a good title but no one knows what to do with Victor Stone yet in his own book...

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