The New DC Universe Series ‘Doom Patrol’ Finds its Cyborg

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The upcoming DC Universe original series Doom Patrol has cast The First Purge actor, Joivan Wade to play Vic Stone, the half-man, half-machine superhero known as Cyborg.

In the comics, Cyborg has been a member of both the Teen Titans and, since the New 52, the Justice League. He has appeared on the animated series, Teen Titans as a member as well as the DC animated films as a member of the Justice League. Most recently, he was portrayed by actor Ray Fisher in the live action film, Justice League.

It is rumored he will start in Doom Patrol, but by the second season he will make a move over to the DC Universe original series Titans.

Jeremy Carver acts as the series showrunner with Geoff Johns and Sarah Schechter serving as producers while Greg Berlanti serves as Executive Producer.

What this means for a Cyborg feature film starring Ray Fisher remains to be seen. But both Ray Fisher and actor Joe Morton (Silas Stone, Cyborg’s father) have mentioned that a Cyborg solo film is still a possibilty.

In the meantime, audiences will be able to watch Cyborg on Doom Patrol, premiering on DC’s new streaming service, DC Universe.

Cameron Tevis

Hi, I'm Cameron Tevis and I've been a comic book, anime and film fan my entire life. While I like Marvel and anime my true love is DC Comics. My father, who was a fan himself, introduced me at a very young age to the amazing characters in DC (especially Hal Jordan Green Lantern). I think it's a fantastic time to be a comic book fan and I'm happy I get to write about the company that I love so much. Besides being a DC fan, I am a designer and I recently started a comic book series of my own called Event Cycle 6 published through Aporian Comics. I recently wrote and directed a short film "The Misadventures of Harley Quinn". And most importantly I am now a father to my beautiful daughter Arya Jade!