Cyborg's New Justice League Video Shows His Sonic Cannon In Action

In the last two days, Warner Bros. and DC have been ramping up to the release of the newest trailer for Zack Snyder's Justice League. Thus far, we've seen artwork and teasers featuring Aquaman, Batman, Flash, and Wonder Woman, but now it's Ray Fisher's Cyborg's time to be in the spotlight:

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As you can see, this new video highlighting one of the youngest members of the Justice League arrived online via Twitter - and gives us a few glimpses at what to expect from the character. We don't really see that much, but we do get to see his weaponized arm both gearing up and being used to save some civilians from falling rubble. We don't know exactly what it is that caused such a giant piece of rock to fall from such a height, but those folks should definitely be haooy about Dr. Silas Stone's work on his son's sonic blaster.

In addition to the new video, Ray Fisher himself has also posted the latest character poster for Justice League, and just like the others it's basically just a full body shot of the character in front of the logo background. It's a cool design, though the Photoshop job leaves a lot to be desired.

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Most DC Comics fans are familiar with the classic Justice League lineup including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash, Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter - but obviously the DC Extended Universe will be a bit different. In addition to only including six members instead of the standard seven (no signs of Green Lantern just yet), the team is reflective of the superheroes who were brought together as the Justice League in the comic book reboot known as The New 52 in that it includes Cyborg instead of Martian Manhunter. Classically, Cyborg has been a member of the Teen Titans, but got the upgrade in 2011.

Presuming that Warner Bros. and DC Comics decide to keep Superman hidden (he is dead, after all), really the next big thing we have to look forward to is the release of the brand new trailer. As the clips have told us, the footage is set to debut tomorrow, March 25th. You can be sure that we will have it for you here on CinemaBlend as soon as it goes live, so stay tuned!

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