Between a series cryptic teaser images and an even more difficult to parse prelude comic, we knew that DC’s upcoming Dark Nights: Metal series was going to involve dark, alternate reality versions of the Justice League. But we had no idea they would all be quite this twisted—or that they were all going to be half…
Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos, the fighter on the losing end of Michael Page’s Pokémon Go grandstanding at Bellator MMA over the weekend, was hospitalized following match with a serious compound fracture to his skull. A GoFundMe has been set up (warning: graphic image) to help cover his medical expenses.
Last Friday, io9 was among a group of journalists invited to the London set of Justice League. There director Zack Snyder, star/executive producer Ben Affleck, and everyone involved all had one, simple message for us: We know. And we’re trying.
There have been teases for months and months about DC’s cinematic take on the Justice League and how they might be involved in Batman v Superman. But a new image that’s hit social media might just be our first official look at the Justice League standing tall.
I’ve always had a hard time with Cyborg. I wanted to like DC Comics’ bionic superhero but something’s always held me back from digging Victor Stone the same way I like, say, The Black Panther or Robin. That started changing this week.
DC has refreshed its stable of comics once again, putting its characters in new situations— and most of them have gotten a new look to celebrate. But as usual with superhero makeovers, some are less successful than others. So we’re going to put on our fashion-hats and rate what’s hot and what’s not in the DC Universe!
I've gone through dozens of gaming keyboards during my decades of PC gaming, from generic off-white Wal-Mart specials to elaborate, fully-programmable, back-lit monstrosities. The Cyborg S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 from Mad Catz is the first gaming keyboard I've had to screw together before using.
I think I've finally discovered the sinister plot underlying Mad Catz's visually and functionally striking line of Cyborg gaming products: They're preparing to build an actual cyborg, and the newly-announced F.R.E.Q. 5 Pro Gaming Headset is the ears.
I use my PC almost as much as I use my lungs. I work ten hours a day on it, and when I'm not working on it, I'm sending emails, curating Facebook or watching videos of cats. I also, from time to time, play games on it.
Ordinarily I scoff at the age-gate trailer, but here, I think it supplies a useful warning and a chance to say THERE IS VIDEO OF AN EYEBALL BEING CUT OPEN at the beginning. So look away for the first 16 seconds if you don't want to see that.
Okay, so mech pilots don't use mice, or technically exist. If they did, I'd fully expect to see the Albino edition of the Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 gaming mouse beneath their plug-suited hands.
Cyborg's high-end R.A.T. 9 gaming mouse and G.L.I.D.E. mouse pad are being shown off in Cologne, Germany during this week's Gamescom convention.
Something legendary is coming to DC Universe Online, and this brief yet stunning cinematic trailer raises more questions than it answers.
Sold under Mad Catz' Saitek brand, the Cyborg R.A.T. 9 is a pretty mean looking little gaming mouse. In this video we have a Mad Catz rep walk us through the controller's shapeshifting ability.