Spinning directly out of All New X Men, the time traveling original X Men's Cyclops gets his own series. The story is written by Greg Rucka. The book has art by Russell Dauterman, with cover art by Alexander Lozano, Skottie Young, Greg Land, and Frank D'Armata. After the "Trail of Jean Grey" Scott stays in space where he finds out his dad is alive and that his a space pirate. This comic will be released on May 7th, 2014.
Cyclops #1 cover art
This super cute cover art for Cyclops #1 is by Skottie Young. This issues will be available May 7, 2014. The story is written by Greg Rucka. This cover is my favorite, it's the cutest Cyclops around.
Cyclops #1 cover art 2
This is another cover art for Cyclops #1 by Greg Land. After the "Trail of Jean Grey" event Scott Summers decides to stay in space with the dad he thought was dead. Will Scott become a space pirate too?
Cyclops #1 1-4
This page gives us a little background information about Scott Summers. He thought his parents died in a plane crash that turned out to be a alien abduction. Then when was 16 he joined Xavior at a school with other mutants like himself. He then tells us that he ended up in the future and his future sucked. But one good thing was he found out his dad wasn't dead like he had thought all those years.
Cyclops #1 2-4
Here we see Scott in space. He tells us that his dad is a space pirate and what 16 year old wouldn't think that's awesome. Wish my dad was a space pirate. We also get introduced to Hepzibah, a cat, shunk, person, thing. Hepzibah is also his dad's alien girlfriend.
Cyclops #1 3-4
Hepzibah is teaching Cyclops how to move around in space. All he has to do is use his optic blast to propel himself around. Seems Scott is getting the hang of things in space. Hepzibah says his as brave as his father. Can't wait until we get to meet his father in this series.
Cyclops #1 4-4
Scott gets a little carried away while he is blasting himself around and hits the ship. Poor guy embarrasses himself in front of his almost step mom. But I'm sure he'll get the hang of things. This seems like it's going cute comic. I'm hoping to see more serious stuff happening in the future. I would like to see this comic have the same vibe as All New X Men, but we'll see.