In a possible future, Victor Stone took on the moniker Cyborg 2.0.
This alternate timeline branched from the regular New Earth timeline shortly following an adventure wherein the Teen Titans traveled to the 31st Century to assist the Legion of Super-Heroes against the Fatal Five-Hundred. While trying to return home, they accidentally arrived at a point in time ten years into their own future. They met older versions of themselves who had adopted a more violent, fascist approach towards crime prevention. Upon returning to their own era however, these Teen Titans swore that this future would never come to pass, and decided to disband rather than stay together. What none of them realized however, was that the break-up of the Teen Titans was actually the catalyst that created the branched timeline to begin with.
In the Titans Tomorrow era, the world changed dramatically as a result of a great "Crisis". Many of Earth's foremost heroes including Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman died during this event, paving the way for an era of cold and darkness. The United States of America was split into two factions, East and West. The former Teen Titans regrouped and established a base of operations at their previous Titans Tower HQ in San Francisco. Victor formed a renegade group of Titans re-established themselves in New York City and became known as Titans East.
Titans of Tomorrow
In anticipation for the arrival of the time-displaced Teen Titans, Titans East hired Ravager's father, Deathstroke, to locate the Cosmic Treadmill. When the younger Titans triggered an alarm at the Flash Museum, the Titans East came to their aid. The two teams broke into the Batcave and overpowered the Titans West enough to get to the Cosmic Treadmill and send the Teen Titans back to their native time. Although this caused subtle changes in the future timeline, it did not erase it as the Titans had hoped.
Following changes in the timeline, Vic became just as violent and fascist as the Titans he previously fought. He was recruited into the Titans Army, a group of superheroes assembled by Batman to prevent the Teen Titans from changing their future. They were overrun by the alien overlord and while The Flash was able to defeat Starro, Wonder Girl got over Superboy during this time, changing the timeline and causing the Titans Army to fade away. In the new timeline, Cyborg was again an enemy of the Titans.
- Cybernetic Enhancement
- 7 Appearances of Victor Stone (Titans Tomorrow)
- 5 Images featuring Victor Stone (Titans Tomorrow)
- 1 Quotations by or about Victor Stone (Titans Tomorrow)
- Character Gallery: Victor Stone (Titans Tomorrow)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Teen Titans (Volume 3) #19
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Teen Titans (Volume 3) #17
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Teen Titans (Volume 3) #18
- ↑ Teen Titans (Volume 3) #19
- ↑ Teen Titans (Volume 3) #52
- ↑ Teen Titans (Volume 3) #54
- ↑ Detective Comics #966
- ↑ Justice League (Volume 4) #34
- ↑ Teen Titans (Volume 3) #53
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