Cyborg #16

Writer: John Semper Jr. Artist: Allan Jefferson Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 6, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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"METAL VS. METTLE"! With the cure for the O.T.A.C. virus within reach, Cyborg must join forces with his corrupted doppelgänger or dismantle him and end this war once and for all. Meanwhile, Anomaly escapes S.T.A.R. Labs only to come face to face with the creature who destroyed the world. Is this world too far gone to be saved-and worse, is this foreshadowing what will become of our world?!

  • 8.5
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Sep 6, 2017

    I will admit that much of what this story had turned into upon entering this world left me skeptical about where this was taking us. You could see a finish line then until it became one development after the other for this plot that left you wondering just what the heck was really going on. Cyborg #16 luckily made sense of a lot of things that could have killed our interest in the rest of 'Singularity Aftermath'. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Steven Brown Sep 8, 2017

    John Semper Jr. really gave us a good read with this issue and it explains the previous issues perfectly. It seems that in each past issue where Cyborg was teleported somewhere that it was for a purpose and not a malfunction. It was this digital universe that was calling out to Cyborg for help, and those malfunctions were really preparing him for the battle against his evil self. I'm looking forward to the next issue where we have a seemingly mind controlled Variant who will be facing Cyborg next! Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Sep 6, 2017

    To spice things up a bit, this series decided to take its already confusing concepts and go full bore with it, turning everything into just nonsense.  Yeah, it's doing something with Cyborg which I haven't seen before, but after reading this series since it began, it's something that I don't want to see Cyborg be about because it's just out there and doesn't make a lot of sense in the long run.  Really, the only positive thing about this book remains the art, which I still love here, but it's not enough to save this series. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Book Bin - Philip Schweier Sep 6, 2017

    Artwork has been serviceable. Sure, that's faint praise, but my expectations are low where Cyborg is concerned. But as the scope of the book grows, longtime artists such as Allan Jefferson and Will Conrad seem up to the challenge. Read Full Review

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