Marvel Gives Cyclops a Richard Spencer Haircut in X-Men Blue #34 Preview

When will the torment end for poor Cyclops?! The former proud leader of the X-Men has been poorly treated by Marvel in recent years. First, forced into the role of a villain despite Cyclops being objectively 100% right in the Cyclops vs. Wolverine Schism and the X-Men being 100% right about everything in Avengers vs. X-Men. Then, killed off unspectacularly as part of Marvel's ill-fated attempt to make The Inhumans something people care about. Now, the future adult time-displaced teenage version of Cyclops starring in X-Men Blue has been revealed to sport a haircut 20 years in the future that resembles that of Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer.

Marvel Gives Cyclops a Richard Spencer Haircut in X-Men Blue #34 Preview

Previously, a Richard Spencer haircut has been reserved for jerks like Superior Octopus

Marvel Gives Cyclops a Richard Spencer Haircut in X-Men Blue #34 Preview

Or Quentin Quire, though Quire may have actually had the haircut before Spencer.

But poor twenty-years-later-time-displaced-teen Cyclops is not a jerk. He isn't even technically responsible for any of the crap Marvel pinned on dead adult Cyclops. So why is Cyclops sporting a Richard Spencer haircut in X-Men Blue #34? Why, Marvel? Why?! Haven't fans of Scott Summers suffered enough?!

Hopefully, after the adult time-displaced teen X-Men are sent home at the end of Extermination, we will see the original adult Cyclops return and be treated like the hero he is, with a haircut that does not resemble one of a notable neo-nazi.

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Check out the preview below, via CBR. X-Men Blue #34 is in stores on Wednesday.

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A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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