Cyborgization – Superpowers gained by replacing organic human parts with machine parts that are more powerful than their organic counterparts.
This is not the same as turning a person into a robot or vice versa which is technomimicry.
The foremost cyborg in the DC universe is simplistically named Cyborg (DC Who’s Who V1 #5).
Tharok (DC) is perhaps the only cyborg who doesn’t just have a brain implant but a brain that is half computer (DC Who’s Who V1 #23).
The foremost cyborg in the Marvel universe is Deathlok (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #3).
The Eternal Brain (Marvel) in All-New OHOTMU A to Z #4).
Edison Rex (MonkeyBrain) in Edison Rex V1.
Why should just humans have all the cyborg fun? The following are some cyborg animals in comic books.
Todd McFarland created a cyborg gorilla (Cy-Gor #6).
Turok fights raptors who have had their intelligence upgraded with cyborg technology in Turok Dinosaur Hunter #2 (Valiant).
The military has used cyborg technology to turn a dog, cat and rabbit into killing machines in WE3 (Vertigo).
A Mechanized Animal is an animal that has cybernetic enhancements including but not limited to armor plating (World of Warcraft Monster Guide).
Jax has cyborg arms (Mortal Kombat 9, 2011, Prima Guide).
Kano has several cyborg enhancements including a laser eye (Mortal Kombat 9, 2011, Prima Guide).
Overkill is the premier cyborg villain in the Wildstorm universe (Youngblood Battlezone #2).
Cyborg Hand – Spyman #1
Cyrax – Mortal Kombat 9 (2011) Prima Guide
Dalek – First Doctor Sourcebook
KGBeast – All-Star Batman V2 #3 (DC)
Neela Seethi – Valiant Universe Handbook 2016 Edition #1 (2016)
Atomic Man (GI Joe) – Hasbro Heroes Sourcebook #1 (IDW)
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