Cyborg actor Ray Fisher voiced his support for Doom Patrol star Jovian Wade, who plays Victor Stone on the HBO Max series.
When Jovian Wade brought Cyborg to life in Doom Patrol after Ray Fisher played the character in Justice League, many fans immediately began comparing the two versions of Victor Stone that we’ve recently seen in live action. But the truth is they’re vastly different. While we’ll hopefully see more from Fisher in Zack Snyder’s Justice League on HBO Max next year, Wade’s Cyborg can be seen in the second season of Doom Patrol which is currently streaming weekly. The series is constantly developing Victor Stone’s character and adding to his story in fascinating new ways.
There’s clearly no bad blood between the two stars, as Justice League star Ray Fisher took to Twitter to voice his support for Doom Patrol star Jovian Wade, making a perfect joke about his “cybernetic brother from another mother… box.” Wade had posted a picture of himself in the Cyborg costume for the show when Fisher quoted the tweet saying anyone who has a problem with the actor should unfollow him. Take a look below.
Keep doin’ your thing, @JoivanWade!
— Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) July 9, 2020
What do you think about the two versions of Cyborg? Are you enjoying the second season of Doom Patrol? Sound-off in the comments below!
Jovian Wade currently stars in Doom Patrol, here is the official synopsis for the first season:
DOOM PATROL is a re-imagining of one of DC’s most beloved group of outcast Super Heroes: Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Girl and Crazy Jane, led by modern-day mad scientist Dr. Niles Caulder (The Chief). The Doom Patrol’s members each suffered horrible accidents that gave them superhuman abilities—but also left them scarred and disfigured. Traumatized and downtrodden, the team found purpose through The Chief, who brought them together to investigate the weirdest phenomena in existence—and to protect Earth from what they find. Part support group, part Super Hero team, the Doom Patrol is a band of super-powered freaks who fight for a world that wants nothing to do with them. Picking up after the events of TITANS, DOOM PATROL will find these reluctant heroes in a place they never expected to be, called to action by none other than Cyborg, who comes to them with a mission hard to refuse, but with a warning that is hard to ignore: their lives will never, ever be the same.
Doom Patrol season two is currently airing on HBO Max. The 13-episode first season is now available on DC Universe. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for news on Ray Fisher, Cyborg, Jovian Wade and the second season of the DC series and subscribe to our YouTube channel for all the latest news surrounding future DC projects!