COMICS: Cyborg Superman Set To Make His Debut In DC's "The New 52"?
One of Superman's most iconic villains will seemingly be making a return to the DC Universe at some point this year as the publisher has teased a redesigned version of Cyborg Superman in a sketch by artist Kenneth Rocafort. Check it out!
In the latest edition of "What's New in the New 52", Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras has seemingly revealed that Cyborg Superman will soon be making his debut in the recently relaunched DC Universe. The original version of the character was created by Dan Jurgens and introduced following the events of "The Death of Superman". Hank Henshaw claimed to be the real Superman rebuilt with technology, but later showed his villainous ways when he destroyed Coast City and joined the Sinestro Corps. Oddly, a still human version of Henshaw recently appeared in Team 7!
"Some of you might remember the last time a Cyborg Superman showed up. Would we dare revisit such a classic storyline? Hmmm. Well, never say never, right? As I've been telling you, all bets are off. Everything's on the table. Sorry to make your head explode on a Friday, but enjoy Kenneth Rocafort's lovely sketch in the meantime. We'll be in the conference room discussing...oh, never mind."
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