Victor Stone
Biographical Information
Alias Vic
Relatives Elinore Stone (mother)
Silas Stone (father)
Born June 29, 1994
Affiliation S.T.A.R. Labs
GCU Fooball Team
Justice League
Physical Description
Species Cybernetic Human
Gender Male
Hair Black
Eyes Brown (One Red)
Behind the Scenes
Portrayed By Ray Fisher
First Appearance Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

"Every day I wake up different. Modified."

Victor Stone is a former Gotham City University athlete who was on the brink of death until his father Silas used a Mother Box to save his life, transforming Victor into a half man half machine that can interface with any technology.

Victor was found by Bruce Wayne, who recruited him into his Justice League, where he would become known as Cyborg.


Early LifeEdit

Victor was born to the S.T.A.R. Labs scientist Silas Stone on June 29, 1994.


Victor at University

Growing up, Victor heard the stories around Gotham City surrounding the legend of the Batman, with Victor being rational and not believing him to be real.

Victor was talented at football and became a star at school, and progressed to Gotham City University, where he was the quarterback for the University's team.

Cybernetic TransformationEdit

Victor become Cyborg

The Mother Box merging with Victor

At some unknown point, Victor was involved in a terrible car accident that left him with severe injuries leading to the majority of his limbs needing to be amputated and his body on the brink of death. Silas brought Victor to the Red Room, a place where top secret technology over the years was kept by S.T.A.R. Labs. Trying everything to save his son, Silas resorted to trying to use Alien technology to help his son, accidentally activating a Mother Box which bonded to Victor's body and created a cybernetic body for him to replace his missing body parts, reviving him and making Victor become one with the cybernetics, realizing he could seamlessly interface with other technology at will.


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  • Genius intellect Even without his cybernetic advances, Victor has a vast mathematical and scientific intellect.
  • Technopathy: Due to the fact that he is a cybernetic organism, Cyborg is able to connect and interface seamlessly with anything technological. He is also able to take in vast amounts of data since he is constantly plugged into the Internet.
  • Self-Repair: Cyborg is capable of repairing his cybernetic parts and regenerating his biological parts in the event they become damaged.
  • Sonic Cannon: Cyborg's Mother Box defense systems allow him to generate weapons such a sonic blaster.
  • Flight Repulsors: Victor has also developed the ability to achieve jet propulsion from his feet, allowing him to fly.
  • Mother Box manipulation: Due to his body partially being a Mother Box itself, Cyborg can communicate and interface with other Mother Boxes just as he does with other electronics.
  • Technological Evolution: Every day, Cyborg's body upgrades and evolves to adapt to new situations and better support his body.


  • Technological Influence: There are many functions of Victor's cybernetic body that he can not fully control due to alien preprogramming. If his Mother Box perceives someone or something as a threat, it's defensive systems will activate and cause Victor to completely lose control of his body.



  • First live action appearance of Cyborg on film.
  • Cyborg's first absolute live-action appearance, however, was in Smallville's fifth season, portrayed by late actor Lee Thompson Young.
  • In the DC Comics, Cyborg has been a member of both the Teen Titans and the Justice League. The former of which he was a founding and prominent member of.
  • He is currently the youngest member of the Justice League, being roughly 2 years younger than Barry Allen.
  • Victor is left-handed.

External LinksEdit

DC Extended Universe
Media Aquaman: Aquaman
Batman: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice | The Batman
Cyborg: Cyborg
Flash: The Flash: Flashpoint
Green Lantern: Green Lantern Corps
Justice League: Justice League | Untitled Justice League film
Justice League Dark: Justice League Dark
Shazam: Shazam | Black Adam
Superman: Man of Steel | Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice | Untitled Superman film
Villains: Suicide Squad | Suicide Squad 2 | Gotham City Sirens | Harley Quinn vs The Joker
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