CYBORG Re-Cancelled, With JULY & AUGUST's Issues Nixed

DC Comics August 2018 solicitations
Credit: DC Comics

DC Comics has cancelled the ongoing Cyborg title, with June 6's Cyborg #23 acting as its final issue. The solicited July and August issues, Cyborg #24 and #25, have been pulled from the schedule as well. The publisher released this news in its weekly retailer newsletter.

Amazon lists a Cyborg Vol. 4 collecting issues #21 through #26, however DC hasn't addressed if the cancellation of these single issues also affects the planned collection.

This isn't the first time the series has been cancelled; back in November 2017, DC confirmed that the series was scheduled to end with January 2018's Cyborg #20. After three months however, the series returned with Cyborg #21 by co-creator/new writer Marv Wolfman.

Here are the solicitations for the cancelled Cyborg issues:

CYBORG #24
written by MARV WOLFMAN
art by TOM DERENICK
cover by WILL CONRAD
Nijiro Jin always hated his weak and easily injured human body. But does Vic Stone offer the final ingredient he needs to transfer himself into a digital life? Against a foe with the power to transfer from body to body and take control of entire militaries, Cyborg must delete the new threat or face being controlled himself.
ON SALE 07.18.18
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | RATED T
 

CYBORG #25
written by MARV WOLFMAN
art by TOM DERENICK
cover by WILL CONRAD
Cyborg’s looking at a fatal systems crash against high-tech troublemaker N-Jin, whose newfound ability to upload his consciousness into robot bodies around the world makes him nearly uncatchable. Can Vic find an upgrade to negate N-Jin’s escapability, or will he have to put in a trouble ticket with the I.T. department?
ON SALE 08.01.18
$4.99 US | 40 PAGES
FC | RATED T

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