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  • Cyborg Superman
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  • His human body died after body was infused with cosmic radiation and became an Energy Consciousness that integrated itself in Superman's DNA Birthing Matrix and created a cyborg body from its knowledge. He is a villain to both Superman and Green Lantern (Hal Jordan).
  • Cyborg Superman is the evil counterpart to Superman as well as his enemy. He is also known as Hank Henshaw. Using Kryptonian technology and genetics, he takes on the identity as Cyborg Superman and seeks revenge on Superman. Cyborg Superman later became an enemy of the Green Lantern Corps and fought them multiple times. In the New 52, Hank Henshaw is seen as fully human and his time as Cyborg Superman has been completely retconned. Supergirl's father Zor-El instead becomes the new Cyborg Superman.
  • Hank Henshaw gained abilities from a radiation incident during spaceflight, which caused the death of his wife and friends. His physical body decayed from the radiation's effects, and his mind was converted to an electric consciousness. Hank would learn to use this form to inhabit, create, and manipulate machines using advanced cyberpathy, a byproduct of learning that his existence in an electronic state left him unable to die.
  • Cyborg Superman, also known as Hank Henshaw, is an evil supervillain who resembles a cybernetic version of Superman. He has all of Superman's powers as well as the ability to control and manipulate all forms of machinery and technology. After a failed attempt to turn Earth into a new Warworld, he escaped into space, piggybacking on Doomsday's body in a microchip he planted there while the creature was "dead". After that, he briefly took over Apokolips before being overthrown yet again. (Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey)
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  • Portrayed By
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Powers and Abilities
  • Powers and Abilities
Unlock
  • y
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Base of Operations
  • Base of Operations
Appearance
Affiliation
Name
  • Cyborg Superman
First
  • Adventures of Superman #500
  • Adventures of Superman #465
  • As Cyborg Superman:
  • As Hank Henshaw:
Abilities
Group Affiliations
  • Group Affiliations
Traitor Game Roles
  • Traitor Game Roles
BoO info
  • Earth , Biot , Qward
Alter Ego info
  • Henry "Hank" Henshaw, The Cyborg, Cy Supes
Traitor Game History
  • Traitor Game History
Roles info
  • None.
First TG Appearance
  • First TG Appearance
Portrayal info
Traitor Game Rivals
  • Traitor Game Rivals
Group info
  • Manhunters, Sinestro Corps
First TG info
TG History info
  • Traitor Game XVI
™ / © Owner
  • ™ / © Owner
PA info
  • Synthetic Kryptonian powers, ten Qwardian Power Rings, immortality as an electronic consciousness.
Rivals info
™ / © info
  • DC Comics
Occupation info
  • Scientist, Technarch
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Character Name
  • Cyborg Superman
Sector
Alias
  • The Cyborg, Man of Tomorrow, and Grandmaster.
Partner
Image size
  • 200
Real Name
  • Hank Henshaw
AKA
  • Hank Henshaw
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Home
Occupation
  • Occupation
Classification
  • Originally Human; now Kryptonian Cyborg
Image File
  • Cyborgsuperman.jpg
Alter Ego
  • Alter Ego
Creator
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  • His human body died after body was infused with cosmic radiation and became an Energy Consciousness that integrated itself in Superman's DNA Birthing Matrix and created a cyborg body from its knowledge. He is a villain to both Superman and Green Lantern (Hal Jordan).
  • Cyborg Superman is the evil counterpart to Superman as well as his enemy. He is also known as Hank Henshaw. Using Kryptonian technology and genetics, he takes on the identity as Cyborg Superman and seeks revenge on Superman. Cyborg Superman later became an enemy of the Green Lantern Corps and fought them multiple times. In the New 52, Hank Henshaw is seen as fully human and his time as Cyborg Superman has been completely retconned. Supergirl's father Zor-El instead becomes the new Cyborg Superman.
  • Cyborg Superman, also known as Hank Henshaw, is an evil supervillain who resembles a cybernetic version of Superman. He has all of Superman's powers as well as the ability to control and manipulate all forms of machinery and technology. After a failed attempt to turn Earth into a new Warworld, he escaped into space, piggybacking on Doomsday's body in a microchip he planted there while the creature was "dead". After that, he briefly took over Apokolips before being overthrown yet again. (Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey) Most recently, he has become the leader of the Manhunters and an important member of the Sinestro Corps. He now wishes to die. (Green Lantern: The Sinestro Corps War)
  • Hank Henshaw gained abilities from a radiation incident during spaceflight, which caused the death of his wife and friends. His physical body decayed from the radiation's effects, and his mind was converted to an electric consciousness. Hank would learn to use this form to inhabit, create, and manipulate machines using advanced cyberpathy, a byproduct of learning that his existence in an electronic state left him unable to die. By traveling into Superman's Kryptonian birthing matrix in orbit around Earth, Henshaw was able to decipher and memorize the Kryptonian genome as well as the components of Kryptonian metals. Constructing a new techno-organic body with this knowledge, he inherited synthetic abilities of Superman; Kryptonian powers granted by Earth's yellow sun. These include super speed, durability, strength, acute senses, as well as a weakness to Green Kryptonite. His strength is further augmented by his body being partly comprised of Kryptonian alloys, and his regenerative capabilities are also increased by being part machine. Later allying himself with Sinestro against the forces of the Green Lantern Corps, the Cyborg Superman wields ten Qwardian Power Rings on his hands, each ring capable of creating hard-light projections from ambient fear energy. The combined power of his rings proportionately yields a tenfold output compared to the average Sinestro Corpsman. Henshaw's cyberpathy also allows him to remotely control an army of Manhunter robots, android drones with Power Battery skulls for draining and recharging Power Rings. They serve his will even when he is offline.
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