By Philip Schweier
May 2, 2018 - 4:46
There could be something more at the root of the organization, or the employees could be innocent dupes in a grander scheme. Either way, Cyborg is determined to find out – but not before piloting one of the giant robots they have on hand. Because, you know… giant robots.
Wolfman and Derenick are a vast improvement over the previous creative teams. In fairness, the artists didn’t have much to work with, but Wolfman is a pro whose career goes back decades. Granted, the industry has changed, but the basic mission remains the same: tell a good story. And Wolfman is far too experienced to do otherwise.
I have renewed hope for Cyborg, as a character, and as title. I wouldn’t be surprised if part of his involvement is an attempt on DC’s part to support the franchise as it move closer to the intended film, scheduled for 2020.