Cyborg (real name Victor Stone) is a supporting character in the DC Super Hero Girls web series. He is a student at Super Hero High School.

Appearance

Cyborg is a large teenage boy who has dark skin and black short hair. The right half of his face is robotic with a red robotic eye, and the other half is human, with a brown eye. His body is a large metal suit with black sleeves and red rectangle with a gear logo inside on his chest. Most of his body is grey and white.

Superpowers

  • Technorganic Physiology
  • Jet Propulsion
  • Aerial Combat Mastery
  • Aerial Adaptation
  • Atmospheric Adaptation
  • Levitation
  • Flight
  • High-Speed Flight
  • Energy Resistance
  • Enhanced Intelligence
  • Mechanical Intuition
  • Supernatural Strength
  • Strength Combat
  • Supernatural Speed
  • Speed Combat
  • Supernaturally Dense Tissue
  • Supernatural Stamina
  • Shapeshifting
  • Shapeshifting Combat
  • Partial Transformation
  • Natural Weaponry
  • Laser Beam Emission
  • Photokinetic Combat
  • Telescopic Vision
  • Sound Attacks
  • Sound Manipulation
  • Sonokinetic Combat
  • Electricity Generation
  • Electrokinetic Combat
  • Shocking
  • Grappling Proficiency
  • Hook Proficiency
  • Electromagnetic Vision
  • Infrared Perception
  • Motion Sense
  • Energy Resistance
  • Computer Interaction

Cartoon

He is voiced by Khary Payton in the English version of the cartoon.

Season one

In Welcome to Super Hero High, Cyborg appears as part of the crowd listening to Principal Waller in front of Super Hero High School as she introduces the school.[1][2] In All About Super Hero High, he appears outside the school with The Flash as Wonder Woman first arrives in the school, and later appears inside the school standing with Lady Shiva.[2]

In Clubbing, Cyborg appears standing in the school courtyard with Lightning during the clubs fair.[3] In Hero of the Month: Wonder Woman, he appears in archive footage from "All About Super Hero High" standing in front of the school with The Flash when Wonder Woman first arrives at the school.

Season two

In Doubles Trouble, Cyborg competes with the The Flash in a Tennis Doubles competition against Supergirl and Katana in the park. He later holds a tennis trophy, implying they won, which Katana gives to Supergirl after she captures the Double Dare Twins.[4]

In Hero of the Month: Katana, he makes a background appearance in Katana's Hero of the Month VT in a weaponomics class watching as she uses hew sword to make a necklace out of a chain and a metal disks. In Hero of the Month: Frost, he appears in the Student Lounge watching as Principal Waller announces Frost as the recipient of the titular award. He later appears in her Hero of the Month VT in the weaponomics room as Frost defines pi.

In The Cheetah Who Cried Wolf, he talks to Lady Shiva in the school hallway as the Save the Day alarm goes off due to a fake crime staged by the Cheetah. In The Ring of Mire and Ultimate Accessory, he makes background appearances standing in front of the school with Scorch and Vibe.

In Hero of the Month: Cyborg and Starfire, he and Starfire receive the first double Hero of the Month award for working together to save citizens and defeat Trigon during an attack at the park. During an interview for their Hero of the Month VT, they say that they are such good friends they finish each other's sentences which they prove by doing so. In Cold Blooded, he once again stands outside the school with Scorch and Vibe.

Season three

In Surprise!, Cyborg makes a background appearance standing outside the school with Guardian and Scorch.

In Tales From the Kryptomites Part 2, Cyborg and other students respond to a Save the Day alarm to battle a Kryptomite infestation in downtown Metropolis. Their initial efforts to shatter the Kryptomites backfire when their fragments turn into more due to the rain. After Frost and Poison Ivy create a chemical to permanently defeat the Kryptomites, Cyborg and the other students use it to successfully defeat them and end infestation. He later appears dropping the remaining defeated Krypromite remains into a container.

In Body Electric, he stops an angry Giganta from rampaging through the city looking for her sunglasses by informing her they are on her head. When he tells her she has an anger management problem, she resumes her rampage and he defeats her with Thunder and Lightning, but the fight causes a city-wide blackout and exhausts his energy in the process, leaving him unable to recharge. Later, he appears fully recovered attending Thunder and Lightning's medal ceremony for restoring power to the city.

In Fresh Ares Part 1, he appears as a patron at Capes & Cowls Café sitting at a table with Beast Boy and Frost. He remains in the Café when Catwoman throws a pollen grenade inside and steal Ares' Amulet of Harmonia, causing him to go on a rampage. He does not appear battling Ares with the other students in Fresh Ares Part 2 or Fresh Ares Part 3.

In Fight Flub, he makes a background appearance attending an Advanced Martial Arts class in the school gymnasium, and is directed with most of the other students to the sparring mats. In It's a Superful Life, he attends the winter holiday tree ceremony in the school foyer where he decorates the tree and talks with Dove.

Season four

In Ring Me Maybe Part 4, Cyborg makes a background appearance standing on front of the school with Scorch and Vibe. In Fish Out of Water Part 1, he appears as one of many students impatiently waiting in line to a water fountain in a school hallway as Mera uses it for a particularly long time.

In Truth of the Lasso Part 1, he makes a cameo appearance participates in a target practice exercise with other students outside the school. In Nevermore Part 3, he fires his sonic cannon at Trigon as he attacks the school, managing to disperse a large fireball in his hands. In Drive Me Crazy, he shows off his tank, the Cy-Beast for his vehicle assignment and denies letting Big Barda drive it due to her inexperience. Later, he chases after his out of control tank when Beast Boy sets it to destruction mode before he built in the remote override. After Big Barda stops it, he again denies to let her to drive his tank but offers to help Barda build her own. In celebration, Barda accidentally crashes it.

In Tamaranean Dance Club Part 1, he attends the Tamaranean dance in the school foyer as the Korugar students arrive. In Tamaranean Dance Club Part 2 he is one of the many SHHS students ejected out of the school into Metropolis by Bleez and Lobo as "dance" is Tamaranean for "domination battle".

In By the Yearbook, Cyborg intervenes to back up Bumblebee as she battles Mad Harriet on a nighttime rooftop of a Metropolis skyscraper. As Mad Harriet surrenders, Wonder Woman takes pictures for the villain apprehension section of the SHHS yearbook while he strikes poses. He later appears looking at a completed yearbook with Bumblebee in the school hallway.

Season five

In Career Day, Cyborg's chest emblem appears on a monitor to sort students for Career Day. Wonder Woman later finds a CD with a picture of Cyborg's on the cover while cleaning up litter with Parasite for Career Day and remarks that she has learned more about her classmates by cleaning up their trash than in her entire time at Super Hero High. Upon examining the CD, she remarks "who knew?". In the first part of Fortress of Solidarity, Cyborg makes a cameo appearance attending the Super Hero High winter holiday tree ceremony in the school foyer and talks with Principal Waller before the she lights the tree.

Graphic Novels

Finals Crisis

In Finals Crisis, Cyborg cheers for Wonder Woman after she defeats the Cheetah in a sparring match for gym class. He later appears outside the school as Harley Quinn distributes flyers for her Semester Finals party, and later attend the party in Harley's dorm room. He later appears in the crowd of students surrounding Principal Waller as she congratulates the students for passing Semester Finals.

Books

He is described in the prologue as an unsurprising candidate for expulsion, being described as as "boisterous". He later is seen playing SaveBall.[5]

Gallery

References

v - e - d Generation 1 Characters
Main Characters Wonder Woman | Batgirl | Harley Quinn | Supergirl | Bumblebee | Poison Ivy | Katana
Super Hero High Students Cheetah | Beast Boy | Hawkgirl | Cyborg | Hal Jordan | Starfire | Catwoman | Miss Martian | Star Sapphire | Frost | Big Barda | Lady Shiva | Jessica Cruz | Raven | Mera | Thunder | Lightning | The Riddler | Jinx
Super Hero High Faculty Principal Waller | Vice-Principal Grodd | Crazy Quilt | Etrigan the Demon | Lucius Fox | Red Tornado | Coach Wildcat | Commissioner Gordon | Liberty Belle | Parasite | June Moone | Will Magnus
Adults Lois Lane | Jonathan Kent | Martha Kent | Hippolyta | Carl Ferris | Silver St. Cloud | Amethyst | Master Alchemist
Villains Granny Goodness | Giganta | Lex Luthor | Lena Luthor | Kryptomites | Eclipso | Dark Opal | Brainiac | Ares | Strife | Solomon Grundy | Killer Croc | Double Dare Twins | Lion-Mane | Captain Cold | Killer Moth | Firefly | King Shark | Mrs. Clayface | Rampage | Vandal Savage | Cheshire | Lead | General Zod | Trigon | Siren | Darkseid
Korugar Academy Sinestro | Blackfire | Bleez | Lobo | Maxima | Mongal
Female Furies Artemiz | Lashina | Mad Harriet | Speed Queen | Stompa
Supporting characters Steve Trevor | Superman | Robin | Mari McCabe | Black Canary | Platinum | Aquaman
Pets Krypto | Ace | Jumpa | Honey | Kitsune | Calliope | Roz | Whazit | Storm
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