However, this does not imply that they did not have them (with the exception of Raven). Cyborgs are no exception. Cyborg was a typical youngster called Victor Stone who was a brilliant football player before he became, well, a cyborg. His real name is hinted at a handful of times throughout the episode. It is also mentioned by his father that there is no one named Cyborg in their family.
He lives with his parents and two younger sisters on Beacon Hills Road in East Coast City. His father is a police officer who works at the precinct where Robin's father now owns. The family seems very normal except for the fact that Victor's mother is missing and presumed dead. He has never met his maternal grandfather because his father said he had no interest in meeting him. This makes us wonder if there were any other siblings that might exist but were killed by Mr. Freeze too. We will just have to wait and see what else comes up regarding Victor Stone's past history...
Cyborg attends Beacon High School with Robin, Nightwing, and Starfire. He is a member of the football team and is being prepared by his father to take over the family business after his death. Despite not having any powers of his own, he is still able to play an important role on the team by helping out on defense and as a decoy during plays.
In the final scene of the episode, we can see that Victor has been given a new body by Dr.
Cyborg was once a member of the Teen Titans before becoming a founding member of the Justice League in DC's 2011 relaunch of its comic book franchises. She made her first appearance in Justice League #1 and was created by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee.
She is a cyborg who can turn her body into any weapon that uses electricity as its source of power (such as guns, blades, etc.). In addition to being a member of the Justice League, she has also appeared in other comics published by DC Comics. These include episodes of The Batman TV series, Justice League Action, and Young Justice and several one-shots and graphic novels.
In August 2012, it was announced that actress April Wexler had been cast in the role of Cybergirl.
Wexler is best known for her work on the television series Heroes where she played Mohinder Suresh's daughter Sayid Jarrah. She also appeared in films such as Book Club and Real Steel.
Wexler will be joined by other actors playing different versions of Cyborg; Victor Garber (Arrested Development), Graham Greene (SpongeBob SquarePants) and James Marster (The Spectacular Spider-Man).
Dr. Martin Stein read a medical article in which Cyborg was described as a promising decathlon athlete until an accident wrecked much of his body and his father reconstructed part of his body with machine components. He is also not a Titan. He quickly bonds with his comrade, Firestorm.
Martin Stein became a doctor to save people, but now he saves people by being a doctor. He has become so good at it that he has built up a practice in Central City. He also has a new partner who happens to be the superhero Firestorm!
Firestorm is an adult version of Jason Rusch, who escaped with his mother after their car crashed while on their way to visit her dying husband. Since then, he has used his mother's power over fire to fight evil. Like most superheroes, he has no memory of his past life but now has a new one thanks to Dr. Martin Stein.
Cyborg is an adult version of David Stone, who escaped with his parents from New York's Lower East Side but was later killed by Black Adam during an attack on the Baxter Building. Now, his sister, Linda, wants to bring him back to life using Dr. Martin Stein's technology.
So, Dr. Martin Stein uses his technology to rebuild Cyborg's body.
Victor Stone's body has been replaced in large parts with sophisticated mechanical components (thus the moniker "Cyborg"), giving him extraordinary strength, speed, stamina, and flying. The machines that make up Cyborg's body were designed by Doctor Victor Firmage who was hired by DC to create a better model of the human body than that which existed at the time. The original version of Cyborg was a successful action figure for several years after its release.
Later stories have revealed that Victor was given new cybernetic limbs after the original ones were destroyed during a battle with Pariah. These replacements were also designed by Doctor Firmage and they too were successful in enhancing Victor's abilities. However, because these new limbs were built from the ground up instead of replacing old ones, they caused problems for Victor when he tried to use tools like cranes or computers programming which caused him pain. To solve this issue, Doctor Firmage later created software that could be installed in other robots to make them function as if they had feelings.
In addition to this, Doctor Firmage invented technology that could be used by anyone even without any previous training to link their brain signals with computer systems. This technology was later incorporated into many products such as self-driving cars so they can operate without any input from humans.