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A Cyborg Kryptonian is about to go on rage against Supergirl but some fans are not exactly excited by what the promos reveal. However, no one knows yet how events will actually unfold on this upcoming episode, titled "The Darkest Places."

Spoiler alert! This article contains “Supergirl” spoilers. Read on if you would like to know what happens next before the next episode airs.

In this upcoming episode of “Supergirl,” titled “The Darkest Places,” James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks) will be seen running around National City while taking on a new identity known as Guardian. Meanwhile, Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) will face off against Cyborg Superman.

“Supergirl” spoilers: Supergirl meets Cyborg Superman

Guardian will try to clear his name after getting accused of a murder that was done by another fellow vigilante. Supergirl will head out on a mission by herself to rescue Mon-El, who has been captured by CADMUS. While doing so, she comes face to face with Cyborg Superman. The episode was directed by Glen Winter and was written by Robert Rovner and Paula Yoo.

Fans who are hoping to see Supergirl take on a Cyborg Superman who looks like he does in the comics version might get a little disappointed based on the promo. Hank Henshaw (David Harewood) is seen attacking the hero, but rumours say that the real Hank is already gone and has been replaced by Martian Manhunter.

“Supergirl” spoilers: TV version of Cyborg Superman looks nothing like the comics

While it is already known is that the Supergirl TV version’s take on Cyborg Superman will not look anything like Tyler Hoechlin dressed as Superman. The look appears to be just frustrating for many as it is just Hank in regular clothing. However, it has to be kept in mind that what has been revealed is just a teaser and the show might just give off some surprises when the real deal rolls out.

In the comics, Cyborg Superman is the evil counterpart of the Man of Steel. He is armed with a robotic body and was created using Kryptonian technology and genetic modifications.

The Darkest Places” will air on November 21 on The CW. “Supergirl” also airs on Syfy in Australia.

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