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Brett White praises the risks being taken by new ongoing series "Storm," "Cyclops," "Magneto," and "Nightcrawler."
"Chew" creator John Layman stays hungry with his hit Image Comics series and discusses his return to Marvel to work on his favorite X-Men character.
CSBG has the latest installment of their look at abandoned comic book stories. Learn how the death of Cyclops' father, Corsair, was overturned!
Axel Alonso gives his thoughts on the recently revealed "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie, and some of Marvel's major Comic-Con announcements.
Marvel Executive Editor Mike Marts discusses the X-Men at Comic-Con 2014, the Generation X 20th Anniversary and more. Plus, exclusive art!
John Layman takes over Marvel's "Cyclops" in October and tells CBR his plans for the cosmic adventure series starring a teen Scott Summers and the Starjammers.
Greg Rucka joins X-Position to discuss Cyclops & Corsair's father/son intergalactic trip, and when readers will find out why Corsair isn't dead.
SPINOFF ONLINE lists off some of the stories they would want to see adapted should James Marsden ever return to the "X-Men" franchise.
Greg Rucka and Russell Dauterman present a compelling first issue for "Cyclops" with "the best depiction of the Starjammers" since the '90s.
Next week's X-POSITION guest is "Cyclops" writer Greg Rucka, and we want your questions about Scott Summers & Corsair's intergalactic adventures!
The franchise's former Cyclops star doesn’t expect to be donning his signature visor again anytime soon.
The time-traveling Scott Summers goes on an intergalactic adventure with his long-thought-dead father in Greg Rucka & Russell Dauterman's "Cyclops" #1.
The impending death of Marvel's most famous mutant was the topic for Charles Soule and company as a new Storm series from Greg Pak, "Deadpool Vs. X-Force" and the tease of an "Axis" event follow the death of Wolverine.
Check out an exclusive first look at Russell Dauterman's designs for "Cyclops" #1, featuring Corsair, Hepzibah and Cyclops outfitted for space.
Marvel has released the first look at Greg Rucka and Russell Dauterman's space-faring "Cyclops" #1!
Mike Marts tells CBR about the milestone "All-New X-Men" #25 and pitting the team against the Brotherhood in the wake of "The Trial of Jean Grey."
As Cyclops heads to the stars with his dad, CBR has some suggestions for more Marvel-ous father/son adventurers ready for their own series.
Writer Brett White took away some surprising lessons about comic book culture from a film designed to sell him toys.
The time-displaced Scott Summers goes from "All-New X-Men" to outer space in his new ongoing series, along with an unexpected travel companion.
"A+X" #13 sees the anthology series shift a bit as writer Gerry Duggan kicks off a 6-part serial story that teams Captain America with Cyclops and CBR spoke with him about the tale.
With Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo's new volume of "Uncanny X-Men" set to debut next week, CBR asks where you stand on Cyclops' current status in the Marvel U - is he a hero or a villain?
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Uncanny X-Men" #1. Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo lead Cyclops and his crew of outlaw X-Men into Marvel NOW! on February 13.
CSBG's new recurring feature spotlights moments from past comics that read differently today than they did back then. The latest is a conversation between Cyclops & Magneto that takes on a new meaning considering recent Marvel events.
Scott Summers meets Scott Summers in next week's "All-New X-Men" #5 as Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen pit Cyclops Vs Cyclops on December 19!
In his final X-POSITION, writer Kieron Gillen answers all your questions about the end of "Uncanny X-Men," his favorite moments from the series and looking forward to Marvel NOW!
CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories and ideas weekly, including the latest edition where we look at the surprisingly complicated history of the X-Men's Cyclops obtaining his ruby quartz glasses.
An incarcerated Cyclops comes face to face with Wolverine in "AvX: Consequences" #2 by Kieron Gillen and Steve Kurth. Check out CBR's exclusive preview of the issue, on sale October 17.
This week, with the final installment of "Avengers Vs. X-Men" on the stands, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso opens up about the story behind Iron Man's faith, Cyclops' fate and mutantkind's future.
Cyclops casts an optic blast and takes on himself in Stuart Immonen's covers for "All-New X-Men" #3 and #4 written by Brian Michael Bendis. The past and present X-Men continue their collision course in December.
In our penultimate AVX COMMENTARY TRACK, we speak with Editor Tom Brevoort about the pivotal pages and the death scene of a major Marvel character in issue #11. Plus, our usual assortment of bonus features!
Diamond Comics has revealed the final and complete image of Jerome Opena's "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #12 variant cover with Cyclops standing triumphant over the Avengers as the full embodiment of the Phoenix.
In today's installment of the AVX COMMENTARY TRACK, CBR speaks with editor Tom Brevoort about some of the pivotal pages in "AvX" #10, plus we'll have our usual assortment of bonus features.
In today's installment of the AVX COMMENTARY TRACK, writer Jonathan Hickman provides an in-depth look at the pivotal pages in "AvX" #6, plus he brings a bevvy of bonus features.
Iron Man buckles before Emma Frost's diamond form in today's John Romita Jr.-illustrated teaser for April's Jason Aaron-scripted "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #2
It's a showdown of generals in "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #2 as Marvel's new teaser for the series features an exhausted Cyclops and Captain America engaged in an epic staredown.
In today's edition of CBR's in-depth look at "AvX," writers Kieron Gillen and Cullen Bunn and editor Tom Brevoort discuss Captain America, Cyclops, Wolverine and Luke Cage - the four generals involved in the conflict.
Marvel Comics unleashes a Ryan Stegman variant cover for "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #1, the opening salvo in 2012's massive event pitting Earth's Mightiest Heroes against the Children of the Atom.
"The Adventures of Tintin" reviewed! Clark Gregg talks Agent Coulson in "The Avengers!" Gary Oldman on what he'll miss after "The Dark Knight Rises." Also, James Marsden on how he'd return to Cyclops.
This week "Astonishing X-Men" scribe Greg Pak answers CBR reader emails ranging from Storm's hairstyle to Phoenix Eggs and more. Plus exclusive art!
Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb brought NYCC fans up to speed on the studio's anime adaptations of "X-Men" and "Blade" with a screening of the former and announcement of Harold Parrineau as the voice of Blade.