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.
Previously, a Richard Spencer haircut has been reserved for jerks like Superior Octopus…
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.
X-MEN BLUE #34
CULLEN BUNN (W) • MARCUS TO (A)
Cover by R.B. SILVA & RAIN BEREDO
Time-traveling Magneto must team up with the future counterpart X-Men in order to save mutantkind from extinction. But in order to do so, will Magneto submit to his darker instincts? Don’t miss a major turning point for the Master of Magnetism!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
Check out the preview below, via CBR. X-Men Blue #34 is in stores on Wednesday.
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