Cyborg is effortlessly the most widely known Teen Titan who has never been Robin. Through his appearances in the comics and his outstanding position in the Teen Titans lively series. Cyborg has grow to be one in all DC’s maximum vital heroes. DC had a lot religion in him that they even made him a founding member of the Justice League. While the DC Universe was rebooted.
While this made Cyborg greater seen than ever. It unfortunately, left him with out a connection to the group that made him maximum famous. But in Teen Titans #forty seven, that is about to change.The story, from creator Robbie Thompson and artist Javi Fernandez, is the very last difficulty for the Teen Titans. The group has been going thru a hard patch ever given that all in their villains broke out of jail.
The group had a meltdown upon figuring out how tons they messed up. Ensuing in Batman confronting them and Damian quitting the Teen Titans. After the ultimate participants seize all the escaped villains. They surprise whether or not they may be even a group anymore. That is once they find out a word from the previous Robin.
What is the future of Titans?
The word brings them to a rooftop in which they find, now no longer Damian, however Nightwing. Nightwing praises the group and offers them a proposal to enroll in his organization of Titans. They agree and Nightwing introduces them to the brand new Teen Titans, together with Donna Troy, Beast Boy, Starfire, Raven, and Cyborg, reuniting the Teen Titans lively group for the primary time in nearly a decade.
Still, it stays to be visible what the destiny of the Titans even is in the DC Universe. This become the very last difficulty for the ultimate group, and a chain following the brand new group has but to be announced. There have additionally been rumors that DC will abandon their shared-universe altogether, that may imply any wide variety of factors for Cyborg and the Titans. Fans can simplest wish that Cyborg rejoining the Teen Titans is an indication that DC has huge plans for the hero and his group.