- This article is about the DC Universe Super Heroes character. For the Collectible Minifigure, see Space Villain.
Cyborg (a.k.a. Victor Stone) is a Super Heroes minifigure who first appears in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite, and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. He will physically be released in 2015 in the set 76028 Darkseid Invasion.
Cyborg's head has dark skin, his right half has short black hair and left half is covered by silver plating with red eyes. He has a silver torso with part of his chest exposed and a red circle in the center of his chest, which is covered by silver plating and machinery. His arms are also printed,with part of his skin exposed, and his legs and hips are also silver and covered up with machinery.
In LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Cyborg is magnetic, able to activate machinery, and shoot lasers from his artificial eye. He is unlocked for free-play after the level "Tower Defiance" is completed and is also playable in the story-mode of "Heroes Unite".
On the portable versions of the game, Cyborg is a playable character in Story Mode of the level "Wayne Industries". His minikit can be found on the same level, and he costs 100,000 studs. In the portable version, Cyborg has different torso and leg printing.
Half of Victor Stone's body was destroyed in a tragic accident. He was saved through experimental technology, and his body parts were replaced with high-tech gadgets and weaponry. He is a member of the Justice League, which mainly consists of Batman, Green Lantern, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman and on some occasions Nightwing, Batgirl, and Huntress. He was also a member of the Teen Titans, with notable members consisting of Nightwing, Miss Martian, Blue Beetle, Superboy, Kid Flash, Roy Harper, Tempest, Troia, Raven, Starfire and Beast Boy, who is also Cyborg's best friend.
In LEGO Batman 2
Later, when The Joker and Lex Luthor attacked Wayne Tower with their Kryptonite powered mech, Cyborg, Batman, Robin, and Green Lantern entered through the bottom of the destroyed tower while Superman and Wonder Woman held it in place. When Green Lantern used a train construct to knock the robot off of the building, Cyborg and the others dove off the edge after it and fought with The Joker. When the robot was defeated, Green Lantern created an elevator and lowered the heroes unable to fly to safety. Green Lantern and The Flash then repaired the tower, relieving Superman and Wonder Woman. Cyborg then joined Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Martian Manhunter (from the Watchtower) in destroying what was left of the robot, fought with and defeated Joker again, and then tried to avoid Luthor's weaponry from his back-up mech until Robin and Manhunter could target the Watchtower's cannon long enough to destroy it.
In LEGO Batman 3
Cyborg teams up with other DC superheroes to save the world from Brainiac. He can change into a washing machine using the light as a laser.
Video Game Appearances
- Cyborg's design closely resembles his New 52 version.
- He was rumored to appear in The LEGO Movie, but he did not appear in the final version since he was not yet made into a physical minifigure until 2015.
- In LEGO Batman 3, he has seven variants rather than one.
- The Portable Cyborg mostly resembles him in The New Teen Titans comics.
Gallery of Variants