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Talk:Cyclops (Scott Summers)

Talk:Cyclops (Scott Summers)

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"When Jean discovered Scott's betrayal, he left the X-Men in order to sort out the mess his life had become."
"When Jean discovered Scott's betrayal, he left the X-Men in order to sort out the mess his life had become."
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seems very biased against scott to me... in my opinion he left when he saw that jean had already made up her mind and wasnt going to listen to him... i'm not saying he's blameless or anything, but it just gives the impression that their marriage failing was all his fault...
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seems very biased against scott to me... in my opinion he left when he saw that jean had already made up her mind and wasnt going to listen to him... i'm not saying he's blameless or anything, but it just gives the impression that their marriage failing was all his fault... [[User:Pr1983]]
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In New X-Men issue 117, Jean, confused by the change in their relationship, confides in Logan and the two kiss in the woods outside the school, but Logan walks away telling her that she should remain with Scott.
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This page shows strong bias regarding the breakups in his relationships.  "When the real Jean emerged from suspended animation, Scott abandoned his wife and son and rejoined the other original X-Men in establishing a new team, X-Factor."  In this period of Scott's life there are frequent conflicts between family and career.  Madelyne pressures Scott to leave the X-Men. He gives up leadership in the X-Men to Storm but remains conflicted.  This stress is frequently experienced by soliders, police, and nurses in their lives. Soliders experience family stress during long active duty deployments. Police and nurses often experience family stress due to the rigors of shift work.  His return to X-Factor is in superhero terms an active duty deployment. During that deployment Madelyne absconds with his son abandoning their home in Alaska.  This characterization does not seem faithful to comic and the issues it portrays.
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Regarding his breakup with Jean Grey in New X-Men cited above. In New X-Men issue 117, Jean, confused by the changes in their relationship, confides in Logan and the two kiss in the woods outside the school, but Logan walks away telling her that she should remain with Scott. This occurs during this period yet Scott is given the characterization 'betrayal' in his character bio while Jean's flirtations and behavior goes unremarked. The descriptions of Scott's betrayals are petshop issues and not true accounts of events in this period. They reflect bias that is without merit.  [[User:2ndshot]] 17:00, 17 October 2010 (EDT)

Current revision as of 10:59, 18 October 2010

In the X-men Movie The Last Stand: Cyclops(Scott Summers) is killed by The Dark Phoenix. So why would he be alive here. That all should be posted to keep this cutting edge unless the movie creator messed up. I remember in the Phoenix Saga that Cyclops lives and Jean Grey Dies saving the World. Please note this in your Profile of Cyclops if he dies in the comic. I hope that he isn't dead. He was always a pioneer of the X-men. The first offical member to be precise.

The movies aren't within comic continuity. sononsj 18:50, 27 August 2006 (EDT)

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"When Jean discovered Scott's betrayal, he left the X-Men in order to sort out the mess his life had become."

seems very biased against scott to me... in my opinion he left when he saw that jean had already made up her mind and wasnt going to listen to him... i'm not saying he's blameless or anything, but it just gives the impression that their marriage failing was all his fault... User:Pr1983

This page shows strong bias regarding the breakups in his relationships. "When the real Jean emerged from suspended animation, Scott abandoned his wife and son and rejoined the other original X-Men in establishing a new team, X-Factor." In this period of Scott's life there are frequent conflicts between family and career. Madelyne pressures Scott to leave the X-Men. He gives up leadership in the X-Men to Storm but remains conflicted. This stress is frequently experienced by soliders, police, and nurses in their lives. Soliders experience family stress during long active duty deployments. Police and nurses often experience family stress due to the rigors of shift work. His return to X-Factor is in superhero terms an active duty deployment. During that deployment Madelyne absconds with his son abandoning their home in Alaska. This characterization does not seem faithful to comic and the issues it portrays.

Regarding his breakup with Jean Grey in New X-Men cited above. In New X-Men issue 117, Jean, confused by the changes in their relationship, confides in Logan and the two kiss in the woods outside the school, but Logan walks away telling her that she should remain with Scott. This occurs during this period yet Scott is given the characterization 'betrayal' in his character bio while Jean's flirtations and behavior goes unremarked. The descriptions of Scott's betrayals are petshop issues and not true accounts of events in this period. They reflect bias that is without merit. User:2ndshot 17:00, 17 October 2010 (EDT)