Cyberpathy – The ability to interface with computers directly through the mind and/or control computers mentally. Cyberpathy is also known as Cyberlingualism, Data Communication, Electronic Communication, Technoligualism, Technopathy, Telecommunication and Transducer.
Literary Critique of Cyberpathy
Cyberpathy is not 442) Technopathy! A person with technopathy can build the computer and probably many other types of machines. A person with cyberpathy can control a computer but cannot necessarily build a computer. Cyberpathy is a software power. Technopathy is a hardware power. Cyberpathy might be possible someday!
Deathlok (Marvel) is another cyborg who can interface with computers (Deathlok V1 #1).
Robocop uses an interface needle.
George Perez uses his artistic mastery to illustrate cyberpathy in George Perez’s Sirens #1 (Boom).
Dutch is a member of Youngblood in the Wildstorm universe that can interface with computers (Youngblood Battlezone #2).
Giger is an enemy of Youngblood that is the counterpart of Dutch (Youngblood Battlezone #2).
Ram (DC) is a member of the New Guardians that can interface with computers directly.
Bastion (Marvel) can use his cyberpathy to find mutants in X-Force #26.
Inuyashiki (Kodansha) is a Japanese manga series that is an excellent read. The protagonist is an old man who has been turned into a robot by aliens. He is then confronted with the fact that as a machine he can communicate and control technology in many unique ways that he has to discover through trial and error.
Gloria Baker (M.A.S.K.) – Hasbro Heroes Sourcebook #1 (IDW)
A.I. Virus – Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes #27
God Complex V2 #1 (Image)
Hijack (Marvel) – Invincible Iron Man #594
Nenora (Marvel) – Silver Surfer V3 #26
Shadows – 2000 AD #672
Ritchie Simpson (DC) wonders through cyberspace in John Constantine V1 and pays a price!
Livewire (Valiant) meets her adversary in cyberspace in Secret Weapons #2.
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