What Do You Fear?

Do you fear what you’ve become?

A glimpse at the future?

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havoc470
havoc470

Amazing art, must know more O_O

igod
igod

Magneto will live as long as xavier is alive ! Not as scott white queen summers. Bring back havok and the star jammers

moogerfooger22
moogerfooger22 plus member

I especially like how Marvel's comment section has clearly been hacked. Go team.

squirrel
squirrel

Scott toes the line between Erik and Charles' ideologies because his tactics have always been reactionary. Even him stepping, and growing, into the role of a leader was reactionary. Out of necessity he stepped up to lead Mutanity [just came up with it] to safety.Magneto experienced a life of persecution as a minority. That created an indignation that fueled his (not unfounded) concept of superiority. He sought to protect mutants by actively eliminating their greatest enemies, humans.Professor X, on the other hand, lived a life immersed in and nurtured by humanity. Even his powers are entirely hidden and unprovable. His entire operation was subtle integration (or covert infiltration) with humanity. He saw a world that was booming with mutants and feared humans' reactions. His vision was forward thinking, he sought to protect mutants, in a way, so they could protect humans.Scott saw (and basically personified) Charles' vision, but when M-Day occurred, he had to react. He had to abandon the unrealistic vision of integration, and embrace independence, self sufficiency and ultimately isolation. The question is, as the figurehead and leader of Mutanity, has he pursued a consistent vision based on his beliefs? Or has he been the object of circumstance and what, or who, has that turned him into?

newmutants45
newmutants45

I fear another possibly long and pointless X-men event that lacks focus and introduces dull and unoriginal ways to look at the X-men.

darktruth
darktruth

Well since it talks about fear I'd say it definitely is about what he fears most. Scott was perhaps Xavier's biggest supporter in peaceful mutany/human co-existence, so the idea he could become like Magneto was would be terrifying to him.It's like any comic teaser or cover, you can't take it at face value. They're usually metaphors or represent possibilities. Very rarely do they portray things that do, or will, actually happen.

UltimateJeanGrey
UltimateJeanGrey

You're all taking this far too literally imo.I saw it more as a metaphor. Cyclops is in a way, turning into Magneto in the sense that he's ruling and dictating the moves of Mutants, much like Mags and the Brotherhood. Scott is also running Utopia is he not? Remind you of Mags and Genosha?I think it's about Cyclops realising that he's actually becoming more "Personality" wise, like Magneto than he wants to be.

spidergreen12
spidergreen12

im actually starting to get a little interested,,what the he11 is this

boscoe
boscoe

I think this teaser is one of those overly dramatic ones. Like in Shadow Land one where The Punisher emtied his machine gun into Spider-Man's chest. It didn't actually happen, nothing remotely close to that actually happened. I think whatever super villain or evil entity is behind this next Marvel event, is using the fear inside heroes. This teaser simply represents Cyclops' greatest fear. That in his fight to defend mutants he will have to make tough calls that will bring him closer to being humanity's next big threat.

SpideRyan
SpideRyan

after seeing this 'what do you fear?' cover, i dont think the spiderman one that came out is for the ultimate universe.

CaptainUseless
CaptainUseless

This could be to do with the new Onslaught story arc next year.

nomad2790
nomad2790

Its either that Cyclops gets Magneto's powers or that he becomes the next Magneto figure.