X-Men Origins: Cyclops by Stuart MooreI know Cyclops origin story better than nearly all the X-Mens origin stories. His story has remained towards the forefront and hasnt really changed. Scott is forced to take the last parachute and hold onto his brother while his parents plane is shot down.
His powers activate in an orphanage and he becomes the first X-Man.
This comic remains consistent with his origin story even though its somewhat limited.
I have always found Cyclops incredibly bland to the point hes unbelievable. This comic isnt really different than my existing view of Scott.
2.5 out of 5 stars
X-Men Origins: Cyclops
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I can't say I recall seeing Jesse Delperdang's pencil art anywhere else before. I probably have seen it, but Delperdang's far better known as an inker, and that's where I see him employ his talents. Once you get past the strange crescent-moon face of Professor Xavier on page two, Delperdang's art looks quite nice here. He's particularly good at textures, with the wide-eyed, young Scott Summers clad in a denim jacket, the youthful Xavier in a ribbed turtleneck, and Magneto all shimmery slick. Maybe that's his polish as an inker showing through, but Delperdang's layouts are strong too -- spacious and clean -- and this comic looks a bit like s Cary Nord inked by Kevin Nowlan. I like the style.
red sparrow based on true story