When a family emergency brings Cyborg back home to Detroit, Victor Stone surprisingly finds himself enjoying returning to the simpler life–where everybody sees him for who he really is and always was, rather than a larger-than-life superhero. It’s been a while since Vic’s been able to lower his guard and seek a purpose outside of being Cyborg 24/7. But a lot has changed in Detroit while Victor’s been away.
Variant Cover by David Nakayama
Variant Cover by Riley Rossmo
A.I. Silas Stone reveals all! The truth behind Solace CEO Markus Wilcox and his connection to Silas is uncovered. Cyborg needs to do some corporate espionage to get to the bottom of this shady activity—and if that wasn’t enough for Victor Stone to deal with, an old enemy from his Teen Titans days is on the Solace payroll. Teen Titans animated series villain Atlas makes his DC Comics debut and is ready for a rematch!
Writer(s): Morgan Hampton
Artist(s): Tom Raney
Colorist(s): Michael Atiyeh
Letterer(s): Rob Leigh
Cover Artist(s): Edwin Galmon
Variant Cover Artist(s): David Nakayama, Riley Rossmo
Editor(s): Marquis Draper
Cover Price/Page Count: $3.99 / 32 pages
Nothing Like Some Corporate Espionage in CYBORG #3!
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