Victor Stone Cyborg Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Justice League Cyborg Statue

Victor Stone Cyborg Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Justice League Cyborg Statue

Justice League’s Cyborg “Victor Stone” Statue

Justice League Cyborg Statue, the technological hero is armored from head to toe with smooth panels interspersed with layered plates and segments. The sculpting detail on Cyborg is phenomenal, with intricate cybernetic mechanisms including the complex interlocking sections on his torso, heavy boots and the powerful weapon on his right arm. Under all of that metal is still the heart and soul of a young man and the only flesh and blood part of Victor that’s visible is three-quarters of his face and a sliver of his scalp. Like his allies, magnets in his feet give him excellent stability on the included Justice League logo display base. Cyborg completes the Justice League lineup alongside Superman, Green Lantern, Flash, Aquaman, Batman and Wonder Woman. Part man, part machine, Victor Stone is a former member of the Teen Titans and a current member of the Justice League who wrestles to preserve his humanity with every new upgrade.

Although he always exhibited a genius level intellect, young Victor Stone didn’t want a life dedicated to science and research like his parents. Instead, Vic dreamed of being a football player, and devoted all of his time to becoming a star athlete while he was still in high school. But a tragic twist of fate that should have left him dead instead found him becoming part man and part machine, a Cyborg. Saved by his scientist father after an accident left very little of Victor’s body intact, Dr. Silas Stone used all of his advanced scientific knowledge to save his only child’s life, and to rebuild him into a superior being one that was arguably now more machine than man. As a Cyborg, Vic was now far stronger than the average person, could interface with computers, and emit various types of energy that made him a formidable fighter. Although he ultimately chose the path of the superhero, Victor never fully acclimated to being only partially human.

He always carried a sadness within him as he mourns for the normal life he never had. One of the planet’s greatest heroes, Cyborg nevertheless puts all of his internal struggles aside when the time comes to save innocent lives and protect the Earth. Because of his ability to interface with computer systems, perhaps there is no hero more fitting for this modern, digital age. Victor Stone is a former college athlete and football star. Following a horrific accident that resulted in the death of his mother, Victor was gravely injured and was extremely close to death. His father, Silas Stone, was able to save him via the use of a Mother Box that crafted cybernetics onto his body, managing to save his life but leaving him alienated and detached from the rest of humanity due to various complications with his new form.

He would eventually be recruited by Wonder Woman to become a member of the Justice League, to help defend Earth against the imminent alien invasion of Steppenwolf and his Parademon army. Shortly after joining the team, Victor assisted the Batman and the Flash in resurrecting Superman from the dead. With the team now fully assembled, Cyborg contributes to the successful offensive against Steppenwolf, forcing the alien invasion into retreat. Following this, Victor finally reveals himself to the world, officially becoming a superhero and nicknamed Cyborg, having further plans for the newly-founded Justice League alongside Batman. Justice League Cyborg Statue sizes: 8.5 inches / 21.5 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm.


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