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From the anxieties about mechanised men and women in Massimo Bontempelli's Minnie la candida (1927), to Primo Levi's probing of the golem myth in "Il servo," twentieth-century Italian literature offers a rich, if underexplored, array of W4, 1998, the most interesting aspect of her practice has long since been its genuine affinity with cinema: her ability to create extraordinary props and mise-en-scenes from high-tech polyurethane panels with aluminum armatures strung across deep space in the simulation of computer-generated imagery.

From that point on Cyborg served as the team's chief technician, constructing their primary vehicles such as the T-Car and T-Ship. The Titans exposed and foiled his scheme to utilize a new superweapon called the Ion Amplifier, but in the process Cyborg unknowingly had the construction plans for his cybernetics copied by Blood, who used them to build new superweapons. Soon they were attacked by Blood and an army of Cyborg-modeled robots, but apparently managed to repel them all.

The other Titans managed to remove the chip before this could happen, and now restored to his true self, Cyborg devised a successful plan which brought down Numerous for good.

On another occasion, Cyborg was ripped 5,000 years into the past by a witch's spell and met a barbarian princess called Sarasim.

Afterward, Cyborg found he could not renounce his commitment to his old teammates, so he quit the Titans East, although he remains at a good personal standing with them.

Much like the other Titans, Cyborg does not take betrayal lightly.He also possesses a tremendous appetite, and he will consume any edibles within his reach when hungry.His favorite food is barbecue and he also especially enjoys other meat, milkshakes, pizza, and waffles.One facet of personal vulnerability is Cyborg's great personal pride in his inventions and constructions.For this reason, he tends to foster an immense dislike for anyone abusing his technology for selfish reasons, especially Gizmo and Brother Blood, and to be overprotective of his most personal projects, like the T-Car.