Uncanny X-Men #22: Blaming Cyclops for Everything [Preview]

Posted by July 13, 2019 Comment

It feels like it was only about six months ago that Marvel brought Cyclops back from the dead… probably because it was just a few months ago. The return of Scott Summers represented hope that Marvel would undo the years of character assassination inflicted on the character in an effort to promote that Mary Sue, Wolverine, and also to make the Inhumans a thing (sorry, never happening). But here we are, with the Uncanny X-Men reboot ending to make way for the next reboot, and Marvel is right back to crapping all over the best mutant, as we see in this preview of Uncanny X-Men #22

Uncanny X-Men #22: Blaming Cyclops for Everything [Preview]

How is any of this Cyclops’ fault?

Uncanny X-Men #22: Blaming Cyclops for Everything [Preview]

As if Dani Moonstar’s attacks weren’t enough, Scott’s own brother has also come to blame him for everything.

Uncanny X-Men #22: Blaming Cyclops for Everything [Preview]

Maybe Cyclops will have better luck in the Hickboot?

Uncanny X-Men #22 hits stores on Wednesday.

UNCANNY X-MEN #22
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(W) Matthew Rosenberg (A) Salvador Larroca (CA) Whilce Portacio
It all ends here. This is forever! As Cyclops’ cleanup mission nears its close, all the problems the X-Men face come together. The truth behind the Hellfire Club’s intentions, the culmination of the O.N.E.’s assaults on mutantkind and even the inner struggles within the team… It all ends here. This is forever.
Rated T+
In Shops: Jul 17, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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(Last Updated July 13, 2019 2:20 pm )

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