But is it possible that someone misheard Scott Summers and what he really, really wanted was a treehouse? In today's X-Men #1 by Gerry Duggan (doing his very best Jonathan Hickman impersonation) and the utter gorgeousness of Marvel's premier artist Pepe Larraz, Scott gets his wish. The new New York headquarters of the X-Men, on land[...]
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A year and a half ago, looking at the new X-Men #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Leinil Francis Yu, we noted what appeared to be… convenient living quarters for Scott Summers – Cyclops and his wife Jean Grey – Marvel Girl And adjacent to them, Logan – Wolverine Whose interest in Jean Grey – and[...]
Deathbird — sister to the former empress, frenemy to the mutant nation, puts out a call, and Krakoa sends some heat: Scott Summers, Jean Grey, and Ororo Monroe. This story offers a look at how some of the best of the children of the atom slice through a mystery baffling an empire like a chainsaw through[...]
The 62-year old actor made his debut lending his voice in 1989's Babar: The Movie and has 30 projects in his name. Norm Spencer as Scott Summers/Cyclops and Cal Dodd as Logan/Wolverine in X-Men: The Animated Series Image courtesy of Fox/Marvel Spencer caught his big break cast as Scott Summers/Cyclops on the Fox Saturday morning cartoon as[...]
Originally playing Scott Summers/Cyclops, he became the forgotten man in the Fox X-Men universe since X2: X-Men United (2003) Not able to fully commit to filming the third film, X-Men: The Last Stand in 2006, Scott Summers/Cyclops (Mardsen) died within the first few minutes becoming the first of a long list of victims of Phoenix[...]
White revealed that not only would the wedding of Scott Summers and Jean Grey be officially dissolved due to the fact that both of them spent a considerable amount of time being dead, but that, in fact, the wedding never actually took place at all! First things first, let's address the fact that AiPT's Chris Hassan[...]
Two days ago, Bleeding Cool ran The Great Cyclops Conspiracy, a theory from two readers, based in part upon our own reporting about the nature of Axis.