Cyborg #7

Cyborg #7

Writer: John Semper Jr. Artist: Paul Pelletier Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 21, 2016 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
7.3Critic Rating
9.0User Rating

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"BIONIC BETRAYAL!" Captured and at the mercy of a terrorist cell, Cyborg must escape to prevent a powerful traitor from within S.T.A.R. Labs from using top secret alien technology to invade the Pentagon and unleash a new world war by seizing control of the nation's most powerful nuclear weapons.

  • 8.4
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Dec 21, 2016

    Cyborg #7 made a lot of progress for a single issue and lands us right where we need to be for a confrontation Victor was not prepared for. What's so great again about this book is that as action-packed as it is, you aren't allowed to overlook the underlying messages about culture and human rights projected through Cyborg's perspective of the world. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - Andy Hall Dec 26, 2016

    The action packed train-ride of this story arc is quickly coming to an end and I can't wait for the next issue to see how this ends. Read Full Review

  • 6.8
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Dec 21, 2016

    This issue of Cyborg really starts getting interesting once we get past a lot of forced backstory at the beginning and with that, I find myself actually looking forward to what we get next and that's something for me because since this arc has felt like it's only been running in place for all these issues, this series hasn't really interested me all that much.  Hopefully all that changes now and if the art continues to be as great as it is here, I can start to become a happy Cyborg reader. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    DC Comics News - Steven Brown Dec 22, 2016

    Cyborg #7 is an enjoyable read and helps you understand how ultimately alone Victor feels. Throughout the course of this series no matter who he's encountered, for better or worse, he's always been different. The making of Variant changed that for him and made him feel better about himself as well. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Holyjiebus Dec 30, 2016

    Comic Book Review (9/10) "Amazing" Cyborg #7 "The Imitation of Life Part 7: Bionic Betrayal" Writer: John Semper, Jr. Penciller: Paul Pelletier Plot: Variant has revealed that she is actually a double agent and was part of an elaborate scheme to transform her into the Variant (a female Cyborg) and obtain Boom Tube technology. This Boom Tube tech would allow her and her allies to transport a large army anywhere in the world to take over the world and replace the corrupt governments of the world. Can Cyborg stop Variant and her invading army before it's too late? Semper is back with a vengeance in his story telling and the introduction of Variant into this storyline was a great way of injecting new life into this series. A rogue spy that was infused with Cyborg technology and someone that Cyborg becomes a compelling mess when her superiors turn on her and the question of the difference between a weapon and a human being comes into question. It was a very thought provoking as well as an entertaining action adventure comic. Pelletier also happens to be my favorite artist on this book and he delivers the goods in spades in this book. He does take like 2 issues off to draw his stuff, but you can see why he needed the extra time in his detailed panels.

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