Writer: John Semper Jr
Pencils: Will Conrad & Tom Derenick
Inks: Will Conrad & Tony Kordos
Colorists: Ivan Nunes & Guy Major
Well it seems as though Cyborg is in a bit of a tight situation as he is being scratched to death by a insane amount of rats. Cyborg knows he can't kill them all in time so decides to open and fall through a boom tube. Only problem is he can't exactly control them at this point and he gets sent to random places. This time it's space and the next time is a weird Minecraft looking world that's all 8-bit. I thought this was a l9t of fun and the art deserves a round of applause. Drawing things in 8-bit (as 8-bit?) can't be easy and it's near perfect here. H8-Bit… At first Cyborg has no idea what this place is. He's not sure if it's an alternate dimensions or if he's trapped inside his own head but after a few minutes he remembers a time when him and his friend Keiji had made a video game and this place looks just like it. But how? Oh hello Keiji. Turns out he goes by the name H8-Bit now and this is his world. Kind of reminded me of a villain The Flash would go up against and I like it. H8-Bit Hates Cyborg… Turns out H8-Bit doesn't consider Cyborg a friend anymore. Poor Cyborg can’t think of why due to suppressed memories but H8-Bit reminds him that when they made their
This was quite a fun yet sad issue. I enjoyed the 8-bit dimension and even H8-Bit even though he was a little cheesy. But he had a classic origin and a damn sad death, both his human self and his digital copy. The art was really well done. Loved the way all the 8-bit creatures looked. They were even kind of fuzzy like they would be on a TV screen. Loved it.
Holy: ★★★★★★★✩✩✩ 7/10
Brandon Reid | NCR