Cyber (Marvel)

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Cyber battles Wolverine with Daken from Wolverine: Origins v1 #32.

Cyber is a male comic supervillain from Marvel Comics.

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Biography

Silas Burr

In the early 20th century, he came to serve in the military where he served in a number of campaigns. During his time as a member of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency where was secretly responsible for the murder of 22 people. He was eventually caught and placed on trial at Sioux City, Iowa in 1912 with him being found guilty as well as being sentenced to death by hanging. During transport, he was rescued by a guard who worked on behalf of a mysterious master. (Wolverine: Origins v1 #14)

Despite his death, his consciousness survived due to his limited psionic powers that had allowed him to track his quarry. This had manifested into projecting his consciousness from his body but remained in a bodiless state. After gaining control of his new power, he sought out a new body for himself which he forcibly took from a young man named Milo Gunderson. (Wolverine: Origins v1 #12)

Overview

Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

In time, his powers had improved allowing him to project his consciousness from his body allowing him to survive the death of his physical form. However, he was a bodiless psionic force in this state and required a body to inhabit in order to live again. (Wolverine: Origins v1 #12)

Notes

  • Cyber was created by Peter David and Sam Kieth where he made his first appearance in Marvel Comics Presents v1 #85 (September 1991).

In other media

Video games

  • In Wolverine: Adamantium Rage, the character appeared as one of the supervillain bosses to fight the player. His profile stated a weakness in Cyber was his vulnerability to his own poison within his claws on his fingers.
  • In X-Men: Battle of the Atom, Cyber appeared as a playable card in the iOS video card game.

Appearances

  • Marvel Comics Presents v1:
  • Wolverine: Origins v1:

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