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Scott Summers is the mutant known as Cyclops, the first leader of the X-Men who recently perished in Death of X. We break into the X-Mansion to decode the secrets of Cyclops! Special thanks to artist Aaron Kuder for joining us! Follow him on Twitter –

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Tonight via Twitter X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer announced the casting of Jean Grey, Scott Summer and Storm.

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Interstellar bounty hunters interrupt a standard training exercise for the Uncanny X-Men in search of a Summers brother. Too bad for them they don’t know just how many exist in the world.

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With the mess that is the Marvel Universe after AvX there is bound to be a lot of clean up to do. Consequences is what will take us from Cyclops’s fall to the state of the X-Men in Marvel NOW! Take the jump for the Major Spoilers look at how it’s coming together.

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Poor, poor Scott Summers.  The dude is always being plagued by his dead loved ones returning from the grave to haunt the laser shooting hero.  The newest return-from-the-grave-to-torment-you villain?  How about the Goblin Queen (a.k.a. Madelyne Pryor)?  Her return and much more in the upcoming Uncanny X-Men #504. It’s written by fan favorites Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction, and with art by Terry Dodson, there’s a very good chance there’s greatness inside.  And on the outside too!  Check out that awesome cover!  I smell poster in the works!

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One of the best comic series of the past decade or more is, undoubtedly, Astonishing X-Men, by Joss Whedon and penciled by John Cassaday. Together they created one of the most comprehensive, cohesive and controlled pieces of comic literature we’ve seen in a long time. Whedon’s story was breathtaking, and Cassiday’s art was better. So let’s see how long it takes before it all comes crashing down. Why? Because Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi are now on the book and they aren’t no Whedon and Cassaday.

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It was not only a big step for Scott Summers, but a similarly big step for Marvel to set up X-Force with their own book. Now, four issues in, from my side of the fence, I think their decision has been rewarded by four well done books. Granted, give me a series on Wolverine and my biases may not necessarily allow me to see clearly.

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