Cyborg was being heavily marketed by DC in the mid '80's and Kenner delivered THE RAREST FIGURE of the entire line! Like the rest of the carded third series figures, I never saw this toy in any store! I guess they were released in small numbers back then in my area. This figure is perfect in likeness, and had interchangeable hand attachments! This figure is excellent, but did not have bending knees. I bought my first Cyborg loose/ complete figure for $256.00 in 2001. I sold it due to bill problems in 2003, and bought it back in 2005 for $107.50. A C-8/9 loose/complete Cyborg runs between $100.00 to $165.00 nowadays. A C-8/9 carded one goes between $208.00. I lucked out on a website and bought it near mint C-9 card for $205.95. This is the most I've ever paid for a carded action figure to...[See More]
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