FLASHPOINT: CYBORG (17 Aug 2011) DC Direct

design:  George Pérez

FLASHPOINT: CYBORG
Date: 17 Aug 2011
Cover Price: $20.00
Publisher: dccomics.com

Description
Andy Kubert redesigned George Pérez's Cyborg

Scan from www.dccomics.com

Item shipped 8/17/11: APR110263 FLASHPOINT SER 1 CYBORG AF PI

First, the DC Universe was plunged into darkness with BLACKEST NIGHT. Then BRIGHTEST DAY burned away the night.

And now?

EVERYTHING CHANGES IN A FLASH!

Comics' next big event is not a dream, or an imaginary story, or an elseworld.

But for Barry Allen?

It could be his worst nightmare.

The world as Barry Allen knows it has changed. With humankind on the abyss' edge of a cataclysmic war, Earth's Greatest Heroes are nowhere to be found. It's up to Cyborg, America's last hope, to gather forces new and old from across the Universe.

If The Flash can't find the villain who altered the timeline, the world may have no future at all.

Written by Geoff Johns with art by Andy Kubert, FLASHPOINT changes the DC Universe as we know it!

All four Flashpoint figures feature multiple points of articulation and include a display base. Character-appropriate accessories are also included.

CYBORG - 6.75" h
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    Flashpoint Cyborg action figure delayed until August

    posted Jul 18, 2011 4:30 PM by vu sleeper

    From www.dccomics.com


    FLASHPOINT: CYBORG (Aug 2011)
    FLASHPOINT: SERIES 1: CYBORG Action Figure
     
    (excerpt)

    CYBORG - 6.75" h

    4-color clamshell blister card packaging.

    LIMITED QUANTITIES ARE AVAILABLE!
    ORDERS MAY BE ALLOCATED!

    On Sale August 10, 2011

    Flashpoint Cyborg figure coming in July

    posted Jun 1, 2011 7:03 PM by vu sleeper

    From www.dccomics.com


    FLASHPOINT: CYBORG (Jul 2011)
    First, the DC Universe was plunged into darkness with BLACKEST NIGHT. Then BRIGHTEST DAY burned away the night.

    And now?

    EVERYTHING CHANGES IN A FLASH!

    Comics' next big event is not a dream, or an imaginary story, or an elseworld.

    But for Barry Allen?

    It could be his worst nightmare.

    The world as Barry Allen knows it has changed. With humankind on the abyss' edge of a cataclysmic war, Earth's Greatest Heroes are nowhere to be found. It's up to Cyborg, America's last hope, to gather forces new and old from across the Universe.

    If The Flash can't find the villain who altered the timeline, the world may have no future at all.

    Written by Geoff Johns with art by Andy Kubert, FLASHPOINT changes the DC Universe as we know it!

    All four Flashpoint figures feature multiple points of articulation and include a display base. Character-appropriate accessories are also included.

    CYBORG - 6.75" h

    4-color clamshell blister card packaging.

    LIMITED QUANTITIES ARE AVAILABLE!
    ORDERS MAY BE ALLOCATED!

    On Sale July 20, 2011

     


    Cyborg to be featured in Flashpoint wave one action figures
    posted Feb 27, 2011 6:14 PM by vu sleeper

    From dcu.blog.dccomics.com


    FLASHPOINT: CYBORG (2011)
    FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: First Look at DC Direct FLASHPOINT Action Figures
    Friday, February 4th, 2011 By David Hyde Today, we’re unveiling FLASHPOINT action figures based on DC Comics’ superhero publishing event of the summer. DC Direct’s Jim Fletcher, Shawn Knapp, Evan Metcalf, John Santagada, Brian Walters and Bryon Webster have worked closely with FLASHPOINT writer Geoff Johns’ concepts and artist Andy Kubert’s designs to bring you four awesome figures based on characters central to the FLASHPOINT story.

    Sculptors Derek Miller (Wonder Woman), Karen Palinko (Batman and Flash) and Jonathan Matthews (Cyborg) have captured the energy and excitement that drives FLASHPOINT. But you don’t have to take my word for it: here’s the exclusive first look at DC Direct’s FLASHPOINT figures.

    Andy Kubert redesigned Cyborg for Flashpoint
    posted Feb 27, 2011 3:38 PM by vu sleeper

    From newsarama.com


    FLASHPOINT #1 (Perez Cover) (May 2011)
    FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: A Q&A with artist Andy Kubert
    Friday, February 25th, 2011 By David Hyde



    FLASHPOINT is an epic storyline and a huge undertaking. How did you become involved in the project? How long has it been in the works?

    As I was wrapping up the Batman “Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader” 2-parter that I did with Neil, I had asked Dan Didio if he had anything in mind for my next project. I had told him that I really wanted to do a Flash project someday. Flashpoint was in its infancy (there wasn’t even a title at that point), and there were really no details at all, except that Dan did say (with this gigantic smile on his face) that he had a huge Flash project on the horizon and I could do it if I were interested. At that time, I didn’t know the storyline or even who was writing it, but I said yes right away. I really trust Dan’s instincts.

    It’s funny…Geoff and I have always said that we wanted to work on a project together at some point before this ever happened. I had no idea he was involved with it, and I think when Dan offered it to me, Geoff didn’t know I was going to be involved with it either. I flipped when I heard he was the writer!

    We started working on character designs late last spring and it took a good few months to get those going. There were a lot of characters to redesign and we had to coordinate them with DC Direct and all the people involved with that. Sounds simple with re-designing, but it’s not. There’s a lot of thought, sketches, ideas and themes tossed back in forth with everyone involved. You don’t just push a button and out comes a redesign.

    (excerpt)

    Who is your favorite character to draw?

    I can’t pick one! The toughest re-design was Cyborg, and what we had finally came up with I was very happy with, especially when I saw the sculpt for the toy. He’s a lot of fun to draw! Batman, as always, is a blast but I’m handling him a bit different than I did when I drew him when I worked with Grant. Of course, The Flash is iconic and a blast too!

    One of the fun parts about re-design is that you get to make the character the way you want while keeping them in the parameters for the story. I love drawing knights, armor, and helmets. That was a perfect fit for me and Flashpoint Wonder Woman.

    And wait till you see Superman…

    From actionfigureinsider.com




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