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Cyborg #1 Review

Cyborg #1

Written by David F Walker

Pencils by Ivan Reis

Inks by Joe Prado

Colors by Adriano Lucas

Letters by Rob Leigh

Review by Ryan Haigh

My first real exposure to Cyborg comes with this brand new series from DC Comics. I have read a little of the character in the later issues of Justice League, and I liked what I had seen. So naturally when I heard about this new number one I was on board. I was not disappointed at all. STK676981-1-720x1107

We are immediately thrown in to the action of what appears to be a cyborg war in another galaxy, between two warring groups called the Technosapiens & the Tekbreakers. The scene then shifts to Detroit where Victor Stone is, at his father’s lab to discuss his current evolution of his Cyborg side. The scene then shifts back and forth from the cyborg war and Detroit – showing both sides of the initial story quite well.

I really love the art in this book, I find that it suits the changes in location and the flow of the story to an amazing level. This comes to no surprise as Ivan Reis’ work on Aquaman and Justice League always draws me right in. David F Walker’s writing also has the ability to keep the flow up between the two parts of the stories, he makes it very easy to get deeply involved in the story.

All in all this was a great read and I cannot wait for the next one. Any fans of Cyborg I would highly recommend picking this title up.

Executive Editor of Talking Comics, Co-Host of the Talking Comics podcast, Host of the Talking Games podcast, Writer of Ink & Pixel featured on, Candadian by proxy, and Pancake King.

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