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The most famous among them, Polyphemus , was the son of Poseidon and the nymph Thoosa, and he had a famous encounter with Odysseus. Usually portrayed as violent cannibals, they led an unruly life, possessing neither social manners nor fear for the gods.

Later authors make him a would-be lover of the nymph Galatea. Long before being blinded by Odysseus , Polyphemus had fallen in love with a beautiful nymph called Galatea.

However, as it may be supposed, his actions were neither graceful nor acceptable to the fair maiden, who rejected them in favor of a youth named Acis, the handsome son of Faunus and the river-nymph Symaethis.

Polyphemus , enraged and with his usual barbarity, killed his rival by throwing upon him a gigantic rock. The blood of the murdered Acis, gushing out of the rock, formed a stream which bears his name to this very day.

Upon landing on the island of the Cyclopes , Odysseus and his sailors found themselves entrapped in the cave of Polyphemus.

Originally, there were three of them: Arges, Steropes, and Brontes. The parents of Cyclopes were Uranus and Gaea.

Cyclopes had 2 siblings: Hecatoncheires and Titans. The pair soon realize that all the guards have left as three inmates approach them brandishing shivs.

The tattooed inmate states to Cyclops that their issue is with all mutants as he and the other two inmates attack them.

However, due to his training in martial arts, Cyclops was able to defeat the three inmates. After that, he had a talk with Jake who revealed his origin to Cyclops.

Cyclops then tells Jake about the Jean Grey School and they might take older students. Later that night, Cyclops uses metal filings to communicate with Magneto and tell him not to break him out as he must stay a prisoner, a political prisoner and he will not let them turn him into a criminal.

Cyclops allows Iron Man to study him for remaining effects of the Phoenix Force. As he is leaving, Jake is murdered by the mutant-hating inmates.

Depressed at this action, Cyclops ends up taking up the earlier offer from Magneto to break him out of prison. Before leaving with Magneto, Magik, and Danger, Cyclops has Magik send Jake's murderers to Limbo and has Danger disfigure the corrupt warden by carving an X on his face.

The Avengers arrive to find the prison demolished and abandoned except for the warden who delivers a message from Cyclops to Wolverine stating that he will support Wolverine's school and continue to fight for mutant rights, noting that now that Wolverine has taken the role of "the better man", Cyclops can be "the man who does what's necessary".

Cyclops, Magneto and Magik watch a newscaster advocating putting mutants in concentration camps. When Magneto asks Cyclops if killing Neanderthal newsmen falls within their purview, Cyclops tells him it does not.

Magneto warns him that they're embarking on something completely different now, but Cyclops tells him he's wrong saying that just like before With the X-Men disturbed at Scott's more violent policies — including attacking police officers and various officials for illegally detaining mutants after their powers manifested — but unwilling to actively confront him for fear of triggering a mutant civil war, a chance comment by Iceman inspires Beast to pursue a new solution; he travels back in time to recruit the Scott Summers from the early days of Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters to convince the present Scott that what he was doing was wrong.

This leaves the present day Cyclops with little to no control over his powers. It is also revealed that the "Mutant Revolution" and Cyclops in particular have gained popular support among the general public, despite continued distrust and animosity from the Avengers and X-Men.

Later it was revealed that the reason for this alteration was not from the exposure to the Phoenix Force but because they had been infected by Dark Beast with nano-sentinels.

Once they removed the nano-sentinels from their bodies, they regained total control over their powers.

He calls it New Xavier School for the Gifted. It was revealed that Scott, Emma, Illyana and Magneto had been infected with nanite sentinels that had corrupted their powers and caused them to be unpredictable.

Cyclops then begins recruiting new mutants for his new Uncanny X-Men. Storm finds Cyclops's new school in order to tell him that Xavier's last will and testament will be read in Westchester and they will allow him back on the original school's campus again.

Cyclops, after finally realizing what his mutant revolution is, gathered mutants at the White House to show humans that the mutants could all gather in one place without creating harm to the human race.

Some X-Men were reluctant to appreciate Cyclops's act, while other endorsed him, such as Nightcrawler, his brother Havok, and finally Magneto, who stated that, even if Cyclops's actions seemed insane, Xavier would have loved this.

At some point during the future Time Runs Out storyline, Cyclops acquires a Phoenix Egg which he holds in reserve, hoping to use it to end the Incursions.

Cyclops eventually uses the Phoenix Egg to become one with the Phoenix Force again and uses his powers to decimate the Children of Tomorrow, before joining most of the surviving heroes from his universe in their 'life raft', his fellow survivors including Mister Fantastic , Carol Danvers now known as Captain Marvel , Spider-Man , Black Panther , the new Thor , and Star-Lord.

They remain in stasis for a time until they are released by Doctor Strange - who survived the incursions on his own- and meet Miles Morales , the successor to the Ultimate universe's original Spider-Man.

Learning that Strange is now Doctor Doom 's sheriff, the heroes set out to learn more about where they are now and what's the situation in the present world.

The Phoenix Force actually allows Cyclops to hold his own for a time against Doom's Beyonder-acquired powers, but the fight ends with Doom breaking Cyclops's neck.

Following Secret Wars and the restoration of Earth, Cyclops was killed during Death of X , when the X-Men discovered that the released Terrigen mists were fatal to mutants upon exposure.

Only the Stepford Cuckoos, Havok, and Magneto were aware of Emma's deception and Magneto aware only because his helmet prevented Emma from altering his mind.

Although the specific details of his death were not known to the public, eight months later, several mutant youths regarded Cyclops as a figure of inspiration for standing up for their rights.

This led to problems for the young Cyclops, who is disgusted at what his future self has become and resents the legacy he is seemingly destined to leave.

It turns out they are just college students and the All-New X-Men come to save them. Cyclops convinces them to turn themselves in rather than fight the police.

He vows to not go down the same destructive path as older Cyclops. Sinister only to discover that he was experimenting on unwilling subjects, to try to make Inhuman and Mutant DNA co-exist in order to allow the creation of a genetically superior species of mutants who could survive the Terrigen Mist.

To their surprise, Sinister deployed his only successful specimen, the seemingly-revived Cyclops. When the Phoenix attempts to return once again by bringing the adult Jean Grey back to life, it allows her to talk with what appears to be Cyclops' spirit, but after reading his mind about the events that led to his death, Jean simply expresses regret that she wasn't there to help him, the two apologizing for the way things ended before she and Scott agree that they belong dead.

After the original X-Men are returned to their proper time by the end of the "Extermination" miniseries, Cyclops is revealed to not only be alive but also in hiding with a teen version of Cable until the time- displaced X-Men return to their timeline to the present in order to prevent Ahab's mutant murder future from happening.

After most of the X-Men who participated the battle, including Legion, Magneto, Apocalypse, Blob and Omega Red are vanished by the hands of X-Man, who plans to reshape the world without X-Men, Cyclops, while keeping his low profile, is seen a few days later reading news of the X-Men's disappearance.

It is explained that his recent resurrection was caused when the younger version of Cable went to find Paul, a human who was rescued by Cyclops from giant robots controlled by the vengeful professor Mavin, back during the original X-Men era, with Paul now working for Tony Stark as a scientist.

Cable gives Paul the Phoenix Cage device created by the Avengers back in to recreate the device so he could resurrect Cyclops.

Cable and Paul manage to find Cyclops's corpse after his public 'death', and implanted a smaller version of the Phoenix Cage into the corpse's heart.

When Cyclops was temporarily brought back by the Phoenix during Jean's resurrection, the Phoenix Cage is activated and absorbs a small portion of Phoenix Force which eventually restored Cyclops to full life even after the Phoenix abandoned him.

After the time-displaced X-Men manage to return to their time, Cyclops gains the extra memories of his past-self, while finding out that the original older Cable had been screwing the timeline for keeping the younger X-Men in the present.

Although Cable admits that he brought his father back to life primarily because he saw his death as unfair, he keeps Cyclops contained in his base until the other X-Men are engaged in battle against Nate Grey at the same moment as Professor Marvin escapes prison and goes after Paul for revenge, Cable then forcing Cyclops to choose which of the two he will save.

Although the other X-Men are apparently killed by Nate, Cyclops' decision to save Paul allows him to reassess his actions prior to his death and conclude that he had become as bad as his enemies, choosing to help mutants over humans regardless of the consequences.

Visiting Utopia, the place where he killed Professor X during the Avengers vs. X-Men event and also where Nate vanishes the participating X-Men, Cyclops vows to find the lost X-Men and restore them to create a brighter future, joined by the resurrected Wolverine, but unable to save Blindfold from committing her own suicide attempts.

When the Fantastic Four captures Sabretooth after he kills several guards during a heist, he shows up to claim him on the grounds of amnesty, though he agrees to leave Sabretooth behind after Mr.

Fantastic refuses. Though they succeed, they are all killed during the mission. However, the entire team is resurrected by a group of mutants known as the Five Goldballs, Tempus, Proteus, Elixir, Hope Summers and are proclaimed the heroes of Krakoa.

Beast hoped that bringing the original X-Men into the present would remind Cyclops of why Xavier created the X-Men and prevent a mutant genocide.

This results in the Battle of the Atom crossover. He also secretly wants some time apart from Jean Grey, who is showing feelings toward younger Hank McCoy.

In his own spin-off series, young Cyclops enjoys spending time with the father he thought was dead. Despite facing his future self's reputation as the man who attempted to destroy the Inhumans with his final act, the young Cyclops nevertheless sides with the other X-Men when they go to war with the Inhumans over the creation of the Terrigenesis clouds.

However, during this fight, young Cyclops is briefly possessed by the body-jumping Inhuman Mosaic, which results in him witnessing a memory Mosaic saw when he possessed Magneto of Magneto and Emma Frost standing over the future Cyclops' body after he died of M-pox.

This leads to young Cyclops realizing that his future self did not die attacking the Inhumans, prompting him to vow to go after Emma Frost for what she did to his reputation.

After becoming inspired by a viral speech made by Ms Marvel , the young Cyclops decides to join the new Champions team. After misreading a situation and attacking Hulk , initially the Champions attack him and restrain him.

After hearing his pitch and putting it to a vote they decide to not make the same mistakes made in the most recent Civil War and not judge him for the actions of his future self, agreeing to let him join the team.

However, a leader is never formally chosen. After Inhumans vs. X-Men ended, the young Cyclops was determined to return to his own timeline but upon returning to the past, he is crestfallen to realize that their timeline is not the same as the Earth timeline.

This knowledge places Cyclops into a stupor as now the time-displaced X-Men do not know what timeline they are originally from. Cyclops emits beams of energy from his eyes, described as "optic blasts", which have the appearance of red light and deliver massive concussive force.

His cells constantly absorb solar energy and he can use some of that energy to create an opening to another universe in front of his eyes. The beams fire from these openings.

The beams cause no recoil or heat, are tremendously powerful, and can be used to rupture steel plates and pulverize rock, or even punch a hole through a mountain.

The beams' involuntary nature has been explained as a psychological shortcoming that resulted from childhood trauma.

In addition to varying the beam width, height, and intensity, Cyclops has demonstrated a high degree of skill and accuracy in manipulating his optic blast.

Cyclops is able to reflect the beam off hard and shiny surfaces. It has been observed to be focused tight enough to punch a pinhole through a coin, [] drill through the trunk of a log, [] and pierce the skin of the Blob.

With Cyclops unable to shut off his optic beam, Leech came to his aid and negated his mutant power. Early accounts describe Cyclops' optic beams as the product of his body metabolizing sunlight and other ambient energy.

This metabolized energy is then released in the form of the beam from his eyes. In some stories, Cyclops depletes his body's energy reserves and needs to recharge through exposure to sunlight.

When depleted, Cyclops continued to emit the beams; however, their intensity was greatly diminished. One story showed him able to safely open his eyes when in total darkness-without any ambient light to absorb, his power diminished to the point that he did not need his visor.

The original Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe volume stated that Cyclops' eyes contain inter-dimensional apertures, releasing powerful energies from another dimension into his own via the beams.

This account states that his body naturally metabolizes ambient energy that is used to open and focus the apertures in his eyes.

The energy of the beam itself originates from this other dimension. Cyclops's body is naturally immune to the force of his own beams. Scott is also immune to the power of his brother Alex Havok who has the ability to emit waves of energy that heat the air into plasma.

Likewise, Havok has demonstrated immunity to Cyclops's optic beam. Scott has been shown as being able to absorb Storm 's lightning bolt, although this act caused Cyclops a great deal of pain.

Scott has only limited resistance to his brother Vulcan 's powers. For all Cyclops' skill in manipulating his optic beam, it continuously projects from his eyes whenever they are open and unprotected.

To prevent the destruction of any objects in his field of view, Cyclops uses a pair of ruby quartz eyeglasses developed by Professor X to contain the devastating rays.

In his X-Men uniform, he uses a ruby quartz battle visor in place of the glasses. The crystal is said to resonate at the same frequency as the psionic field that protects Cyclops and Havok from their own powers.

In the event that the visor has a power failure, the apertures are spring-loaded to automatically close so Cyclops can at least see normally. He has also been observed using casual sunglasses and contact lenses made from the same ruby quartz as his visor lens.

Cyclops' poor control over his power is attributed to events in his childhood, [18] [] initially described as being due to a head wound, disabling his brain's ability to turn off his optic blasts.

Cyclops' power has been altered by his exposure to the Phoenix Force. The end of the issue concludes with Beast purging the nano-sentinels from both Cyclops and Magik, giving him control over his still altered optic blasts.

During the " Riot at Xavier's " storyline, Cyclops faces off against Quentin Quire 's Omega Gang and can be observed doing a cartwheel while firing his optic blast at Radian 's leg.

Cyclops has had multiple serious relationships and is rarely written without a romantic female relationship. Cyclops' relationships are particularly complicated because of the many retcons involved in the publication history of the Jean Grey and Madelyne Pryor characters.

In terms of publication time, Cyclops's longest and deepest romantic relationship would be with Jean Grey, whom he would eventually marry but not before she would appear to tragically die protecting the X-Men.

Grieving from this loss, Scott leaves to the Summers family reunion where he meets and starts to pursue Madelyne Pryor.

Scott would become obsessed with Madelyne's similarity to Jean. A romantic love triangle would later be created when Jean was reawakened from a coma and brought back to life by the Fantastic Four.

These relationships would be resolved over the duration of Cyclops's appearance in the X-Factor series.

We all grow up. We all move on. Jean Grey and Scott finally marry in X-Men Afterward, Scott seemed to have reached a happy ending.

Subsequently, Scott becomes possessed by Apocalypse and the lingering effects from this would taint his relationship with Jean.

This combined with Jean's returning Phoenix powers creates stress in their romantic relationship. Confused, Scott turns to Emma Frost , who takes advantage of Scott's emotional problems, which leads to a telepathic extramarital affair.

Enraged, Jean unleashes the immeasurable Phoenix ability on Emma, rifling through her memories and forcing her to confront the truth about herself.

In the aftermath, Scott then leaves the X-Men for a time to understand his own conflicting feelings. He returns to tell Emma that he had made a decision between her and Jean, but Jean is killed in battle before it is revealed which woman he had picked.

After Jean's death, Scott feels disillusioned with Xavier's dream, leaves the X-Men, and refuses Emma's offer to reopen the school.

Had the school remained closed, this outcome would have led to an apocalyptic future. To avoid it, Jean, who was resurrected in this apocalyptic future, used her Phoenix abilities to absorb this future timeline into the White Hot Room.

She then mentally pushed Scott past the guilt he felt over her death and made him accept Emma's offer of reopening the school with her. The two have since been together, although not without problems, particularly in light of the " House of M " storyline in which Emma alienates herself from many people by completely reformatting the school's workings and the events involving the Hellfire Club's return.

As of the Divided We Stand stories, their relationship seems to be back on track. The relationship begins to deteriorate again with Cyclops keeping secrets about the actions of X-Force, [] and Emma not telling him of her agreement to join Norman Osborn's secret alliance known as the Cabal.

A wedge is driven between Scott and Emma's relationship during the war with the Avengers, with Emma and the other members of the Phoenix Five becoming more and more corrupted by the Phoenix Force while Cyclops tries to control his portion as his allies go out of control.

In the end, Scott betrays Emma by attacking her and stealing her portion of the Phoenix Force. Following the end of the war with the Avengers, Scott and Emma's relationship is ended.

The time displaced version of Cyclops was in a relationship with Jean, but she ended the relationship when discovering their future.

In the continuity of the miniseries Marvel , Scott is known as "Scotius Sumerisle. His powers in Marvel are identical to his powers in normal Marvel continuity, though he wears a ruby visor instead of a ruby-quartz visor to block his optic blasts.

Possessively in love with Jean Grey who is disguised as a man under the name "John Grey" , he becomes jealous of her friendship with Werner Angel.

Just like in the normal timeline, Scott and his brother Alex were separated from their parents when their plane was attacked by a Shi'ar spaceship.

The two would end up in an orphanage run by Sinister, though in this time line, both brothers were kept by him and raised as his foster children. Unbeknownst to them, their father Christopher Summers eventually makes his way back to Earth, only to be found by Sinister and given over to the Beast also a villain for medical experimentation.

Both Alpha mutants, and both holding the rank of Prelate, Scott and Alex Summers dominate the new mutant aristocracy in Apocalypse's America. Sinister employs the brothers to operate his breeding pens, act as security, and sometimes perform as special ops unit.

Scott's ability to show emotional restraint in battle earns him Sinister's favor over Alex, fueling a dangerous rivalry between the brothers.

This rivalry worsens when the brothers reunite with their real father—Christopher Summers—but are forced to kill him. Sinister's preference for Scott over Alex also spills over into his genetic experimentation, as with Scott's DNA Sinister plans to create a super-mutant strong enough to destroy Apocalypse.

Despite an initial belief in the doctrine of mutant superiority and even being considered by Apocalypse as a candidate for Horseman, Scott has reservations about the ethics surrounding his work, primarily in terms of excess.

These concerns grow substantially once he meets and becomes enthralled with Jean Grey, a prisoner and "race traitor. Scott fights back against Weapon X, severing Weapon X's hand, but losing an eye in the process.

Jean escapes with Weapon X, who remains an enemy of Scott. In the meantime, Scott increasingly finds himself questioning the treatment of prisoners, and secretly starts releasing them.

This does not go unnoticed by his brother Alex, who still harbors hostility against him. Alex re-captures Jean in order to use her against Scott, successfully exposing his brother as a traitor.

Although Jean has no love for either brother, she decides to trust Scott and they attempt to escape together. Eventually, Alex tracks down Jean and Scott, he kills Jean and defeats his brother.

In retribution for Jean's death, Weapon X kills Alex by revealing that while Scott blew off Logan's hand, his claws were retracted at the time.

When Weapon X ascended to the role of Apocalypse in order to appease the Celestials, he donned the moniker Weapon Omega and started resurrecting deceased mutants using energies from a Celestial Life Seed.

Cyclops was one of the first to be killed and resurrected by Weapon Omega. Under the control of Weapon Omega, he became one of his closest men and was appointed his Minister of Famine.

When Penance began rallying mutants to her cause which was to seek forgiveness for their past crimes and to rebuild their world, Weapon Omega sent Cyclops along with Azazel and Colossus to confront and bring her into the fold.

Penance refused and used her telepathic powers to break Weapon Omega's hold on Colossus and restored his memories causing him to side with her.

She attempted to do the same to Cyclops but he attacked her with his optic blasts before she could do it. A fight broke out between himself and Colossus but Azazel interrupted it and teleported Cyclops and himself away.

In the Age of X timeline, where mutants were hunted and prosecuted, Scott was known as Basilisk; having been captured by the government and his eyelids removed to prevent him controlling his optic blasts.

Forced into a mask that could only be controlled by the prison staff, he was used as a mutant executioner on Alcatraz until he managed to escape, subsequently providing other mutant prisoners with the opportunity for freedom, although he is constantly forced to deal with his guilt over his role in the deaths of his fellow mutants.

In this continuity, Scott teaches ethics in human-mutant relationships at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.

When the Super-Human Registration Act was proposed, Professor X and the Avengers proposed an alternative method with self-policing of mutantkind and super-powered communities.

Scott thought it was preposterous for Professor X to make himself the self-appointed representative of mutantkind, and his opposition to Xavier's proposal led Jean to break up with him and marry Wolverine.

Due to his efforts along with his fellow black soldiers, James Rhodes and Ororo Munroe , the Civil War ended in merely two weeks.

During this period, Scott was stated to have killed about six hundred Confederate soldiers. But despite their efforts and victory, Scott and his fellow mutants were feared by their compatriots.

He stayed on Earth after the events of X-Termination. The Cyclops from the same dystopic future timeline as Lucas Bishop has become dependent on cyborg attachments to stay alive.

However, Layla explains that despite knowing the bad things that would happen to mutants and herself, she still had to allow them to happen and Cyclops relents.

Similar to the unfolding of events during Marvel's Civil War , the pro-registration heroes subdued the anti-registration ones; unlike the Marvel Universe wherein Cyclops and the X-Men remained neutral in the conflict, the Zen-Men on the alternative Earth of Angor were besieged by the Metamilitia, who feared their power.

Although Doctor Diehard assured Americommando of their neutrality, the Zen Men were interned in a concentration camp and inhibitor chips were embedded in their hands.

One-Eye switched sides, joining the Metamilitia out of fear and to avoid detention. After witnessing the rape of the Silver Sorceress a pastiche of the Scarlet Witch and the murder of her brother Jack B.

During the events of the alternative future of Earth X, Scott Summers is an old man wandering the country. Summers eventually meets up with the new Daredevil's abandoned circus troupe and trains them into a combat team.

When referred to as "Professor," Summers reveals his reservations about the title, stating that he would prefer to be called "Mr. During the House of M , where the main involved heroes' fondest wishes were granted, Scott was married to Emma Frost , and was a pilot for Mutair Airlines.

He was involved with the late Jean Grey. He has no powers but wields a revolver, and he has one eye scratched out, ostensibly by Logan who was another lover of Jean.

Cyclops briefly appears in his original form as one of the characters in the Marvel Zombies universe, fighting against the zombified Alpha Flight alongside his fellow X-Men at the X-Mansion in Marvel Zombies: Dead Days.

However, like many of his comrades, Cyclops unusually succumbs to the zombie infection and becomes one himself.

He also fights a zombie Mystique comics before reaching the S. D Helicarrier. He is also seen standing next to Wolverine, Magneto and Colossus on the S.

The last time he is seen before he is turned into a zombie is when he and all the other uninfected heroes are fighting the zombies to get survivors to safety.

At the beginning of Marvel Zombies 1 when Magneto fights the zombified superheroes by launching shards of steel at them, Cyclops is caught in the crossfire and is later seen being shoved away by Wolverine from the corpse of the Silver Surfer.

He is then cooked and eaten by the cosmic zombies. As a result, his head has been decapitated by Wolverine and has been ripped out of his zombified body from the same problem as to zombies Wasp and Deadpool Headpool.

On zombie variant covers, he is mostly seen headless and holding his severed head to defeat and eat victims throughout. Scott's history diverged at a much earlier point in the Mutant X reality.

Eventually, he escaped and joined the Starjammers. Among the group, he also found a lover in Carol Danvers. Unlike his brooding counterpart from the main universe, this version of Scott Summers was a happy-go-lucky space pirate.

Eventually, one of their adventures led the Starjammers to Earth, where he was briefly reunited with his younger brother after nearly 20 years of not seeing each other.

A rather tragic event turned Cyclops into a bitter person in this timeline. At one point, several years in the future, the Shadow King took control of Wolverine and made him kill Professor Xavier.

Cyclops never forgave him for this and when, shortly afterwards, Jean Grey was killed, he angrily left the team. In secrecy, Scott assembled a new Brotherhood around himself and one day returned with a vengeance.

During the Brotherhood's attack on Xavier's mansion, Cyclops almost killed Wolverine, who didn't fight back at all.

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Later, Thorkel wakes up and finds the fivesome outside in his yard, making clothes. Sure, they need this stuff to wear, but why didn't they take the materials, then run off to the woods to make their clothes?

For that matter, they made their new clothes in the short time Thorkel took his nap. Quotes Dr. Alexander Thorkel : Now you can call me "cyclops", because I have one good eye.

Crazy Credits For unknown reasons, the opening credits do not list any of the cast members; they're only shown in the traditional cast card at the end.

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Odysseus arrived on the island of the Cyclops on his way home to Ithica and led his men into a cave full of food unknowing of who the owner was.

Polyphemus sealed the cave and the crew within it, eating a few of them. Odysseus could not help but boast about his victory over his defeated adversary and told Polyphemus his name which in turn led to Poseidon punishing him and causing him to deviate from his route home even more.

Hesiod, the Greek historian, mentions only three Cyclopes, who were primordial giants; Arges thunderbolt , Steropes lightning and Brontes thunder who are all storm deities and were the first smiths.

When Cronus was in power, he imprisoned them in Tartarus and upon being freed by Zeus they pledged their allegiance and fought for him against the Titans.

As a reward for their freedom, the Cyclopes gave Zeus his weapons of thunder and lightening and continued as his smiths at Mount Olympus forging his thunderbolts.

The noises, heat and rumblings of the volcano Etna were attributed to their operations and work in the forges. For his crime, Zeus sentenced Apollo into the servitude of Admetus for one year.

In other versions, Zeus revives the Cyclopes due to how integral they were in the succession of the Titans; and also revives Asclepius to settle his feud with Apollo.

Xavier would soon choose him to be deputy leader of the team and act as field leader whenever he was absent. Cyclops has a relationship with Jean Grey during their time in the "original" X-Men.

For a long time, he refuses to admit, even to himself, that he has feelings for her, afraid he would be hurt again or that his optic blasts would hurt her — or anyone else he cared about for that matter — and also because he feels he is no match for his wealthy teammate Warren Worthington III , a.

Angel, who is at first also romantically interested in Jean. What Scott doesn't know is that Jean actually has a crush on him, but is too shy to make a move.

Finally, on Bobby Drake 's 18th birthday, they reveal their passion for each other and become lovers. During one of the X-Men's adventures he rediscovers his brother Alex as his powers were manifesting.

Alex would join the team with Scott as Havok. When the original team of X-Men are defeated by Krakoa , Cyclops is the only member able to escape and return to Xavier.

As an adult member of the X-Men, Cyclops unknowingly meets his father, now known as Corsair , leader of the Starjammers , a group of aliens opposing what they see as the tyranny of the Shi'ar empire.

Cyclops privately questions his relationship with Jean after Jean dies trying to pilot a space shuttle through a solar flare, and then is reborn as Phoenix , feeling that this reborn Jean was not the same Jean he had loved.

Yet when he thinks her dead for an extended period of time after a battle in the Savage Land , Scott is not able to mourn her, and believes this meant he didn't really love her anymore.

He briefly dates Colleen Wing. After her death, he quits the X-Men, unsure of what to do anymore.

After an adventure in which Lee's father is possessed by D'Spayre , Cyclops and the Man-Thing must fight D'Spayre, [20] Scott and Lee find themselves shipwrecked in the Bermuda Triangle , where they stumble upon Magneto 's new base of operations.

Scott soon returns to the X-Men. His mother was murdered by then Emperor D'Ken, leaving a grieving Corsair to escape captivity and form the Starjammers.

He also finds out through Corsair that he has living grandparents, who own a shipping company in Alaska. Eventually he marries her, and after she gets pregnant he retires from the X-Men.

Despite Storm no longer possessing her mutant powers, she defeats Cyclops. Madelyne gives birth to their son, Nathan , and Scott returns to retirement from the X-Men.

Shortly after the birth of his son Nathan, Jean Grey is discovered and revived by the Avengers and the Fantastic Four.

It is revealed that Jean Grey was alive and had never been The Phoenix. The Phoenix is revealed to have been a cosmic entity who placed a dying Jean Grey in a healing pod at the bottom of Jamaica Bay and replaced her taking on her appearance and memories, to the point of not realizing that "she" herself was not the real Jean Grey.

The demons S'ym and N'astirh corrupt Madelyne's feelings of self-despair, transforming her into the Goblin Queen. Madelyne seeks revenge on Scott for leaving her.

When it is revealed that she is a clone created by geneticist Mister Sinister , essentially for the purpose of becoming a brood mare , Madelyne can't take it any more and kills herself.

Scott seemingly kills Sinister with an optic blast, and pursues a romance with Jean, reclaiming his son.

Although Scott saves his son with the help of his teammates and through the combined strength of Nathan, Jean, and himself defeats Apocalypse, he was unable to save his son from the fatal infection.

Distraught, Scott sends his son into the future where he can be cured. Sinister sends Caliban , a former X-Factor member, to kidnap Cyclops and Jean for Stryfe , a madman and rival to Cable , both time-lost mutants.

In a fight, Cable and Stryfe apparently die. Scott Summers and Jean Grey finally marry. After helping Cable defeat the future version of Apocalypse, they are sent back to the past.

At the request of Rachel Summers, Jean assumes the Phoenix identity. Mister Sinister, involved with the machinations of Apocalypse and Stryfe and still alive, tells Cyclops that there is another Summers brother , and leaves him wondering.

Scott and Jean return to the X-Men some time after at the request of Storm, when she grows concerned about the mental well-being of Professor X who had returned sometime prior.

Upon Cyclops' return to the X-Men following his possession, his personality has been altered as a result of being bonded with Apocalypse.

This change causes a rift between him and Jean; he claims that Apocalypse made him question not only their relationship, but his life as a whole.

He is instrumental in preventing the mutant Xorn 's suicide and in recruiting the powerful mutant to the X-Men.

The two establish a close friendship; similarly, repeated missions with Wolverine result in the growth of a tentative friendship between the two veteran X-Men.

When Jean begins to show signs of the Phoenix Force again, the distance between the two grows larger and Scott begins abstaining from sex with Jean for the five months.

Jean attempts several times to confront Cyclops, but he continues to push her away, claiming that Apocalypse had changed him too much on the inside.

Her new responsibilities along with her growing powers, force Jean to put her attention elsewhere leaving Scott feeling ignored and his trauma from being possessed trivialized.

Instead of attempting to reconcile with her, Scott turns to Emma Frost for consolation, feeling that he can talk to Emma about his problems. Their relationship ostensibly begins as a series of psychic therapy sessions, but the two soon engage in a full-fledged psychic affair.

When Phoenix discovers the affair, Cyclops claims he and Emma shared only thoughts and thus had done nothing wrong. Meanwhile, Emma's snide and mocking jeers provoke a hurt and angry Jean to psychically confront her, using the full-power of the Phoenix Force to 'burn through lies'.

She forces Emma to admit her true feelings for Scott, and to face her many failures, sins, and personal demons. Furious at both himself and Jean, Scott confronts Jean and demands that she read his mind; Jean finally complies, only to discover that Scott and Emma never engaged in any physical contact, though Emma had offered it.

After confronting Jean with the truth, Scott leaves the Xavier Institute, and a short time later Emma is found shattered in her diamond form and believed killed.

Scott soon finds himself at the Hellfire Club which had been turned into a sleazy strip club and tries to get drunk, attempting to escape the responsibilities, expectations, and demands which he feels are unjustly placed on him by the X-Men.

He then accompanies Wolverine and Fantomex to the government-created time-pocket called The World and then Asteroid M. During his time with Wolverine, Scott reveals that he feels his relationship with Jean is stagnant and that the two of them had not progressed romantically since their initial teenage romance.

He also confesses that he feels that Jean is so concerned with the school and her new powers that the two no longer communicate like before and that he feels left behind due to Jean once again being connected to the Phoenix Force.

When Scott finally returns to the X-Men, their new teammate Xorn who was revealed to be Magneto, but was subsequently retconned as an imposter attacks the X-Men.

Having at last reached full Phoenix power, Jean confronts Xorn-Magneto and is killed in the process. As she is dying, Scott apologizes for hurting her, but Jean instead tells him that she understands and has never seen him more alive and urges him to live on.

Scott, however, is devastated by Jean's death, and considers leaving the X-Men once more. It was revealed in the " Here Comes Tomorrow " storyline that, had he done so, it would have led to an apocalyptic alternate future.

To prevent this, a resurrected, future-version of Jean uses her powers as the White Phoenix of the Crown and telepathically reached back in time to tell Cyclops it was ok to move on, leading him to start a real relationship with Emma.

Together, the pair rebuild the Xavier Institute as co-headmasters. The new relationship between Emma and Scott leads to problems between them and the rest of the X-Men, all of whom believe that the pair are doing Jean's memory a disservice.

Rachel Summers in particular feels hurt and angry by her father's lack of remorse for the psychic affair that hurt Jean before her death and Emma's part in it, and takes on the last name of Grey in place of Summers.

The other X-Men eventually come to accept the relationship and both Scott and Emma manage to reconcile with Rachel in their own ways, such as introducing Rachel to Jean's other family members.

Deciding that the X-Men need to play more of a role in emergency rescue and aid, and thus garner attention on mutants in a more positive light where mutant abilities are used for the good of people, Cyclops hand-picks a new team in Astonishing X-Men of himself, Emma, Beast, Kitty Pryde, and Wolverine, which is subsequently used by Marvel as the chief representation of the X-Men.

Kavita Rao with a "cure" for mutation. Calling itself "Danger", "she" reveals that Xavier knew she had been self-aware since Shi'ar technology was installed in the Danger Room years ago, but chose to ignore her, effectively inhumanely using her only to train his teams of X-Men.

Cyclops also tutored a squad at the institute called The Corsairs , named after Cyclops's father. In Astonishing X-Men 14, during an impromptu telepathic "therapy session", Emma Frost presented Cyclops with the possibility that his lack of control over his optic blasts actually stems not from physical brain damage, but from a sort of mental block that the young Scott imposed upon himself after the combined traumas of the loss of his parents, separation from his brother, and shocking manifestation of his powers; this is seen as a coping mechanism, giving Scott something to focus on and try to maintain some sort of control over at a time when events completely out of his control had effectively shattered the life he had led up to that point.

Scott admits that this theory is the truth, further admitting that he had blocked making this decision out of his memory, to preserve the fallacy in his own mind and prevent others from discovering his "secret".

The issue ends with Scott apparently in a catatonic state, with his eyes uncovered and displaying their natural shade of brown, with no evidence of his powers manifesting.

Later he manifests, and has full control over his optical blasts, although it was only temporary. After the events of House of M , nearly all mutants were left depowered , and Xavier was missing.

A mysterious villain then attacked and easily defeated several members of the team, including Cyclops and his alternate-reality daughter, Rachel.

The two were captured and taken to an undisclosed location, which Cyclops vaguely remembered visiting in the past. Eventually managing to free themselves, Cyclops and Rachel attempted to escape, only to run into their captor revealed to be Vulcan , who informed Cyclops that he was the X-Man's younger brother.

A powerless Professor Xavier confirmed this information in the final book of the miniseries. This new information has left Cyclops resentful towards his mentor and has gone so far as to demand that Xavier leave the school as it is no longer 'his'.

Cyclops, along with the other living original X-Men, declare neutrality on the subject of Civil War , reasoning that the X-Men sympathized too much with Captain America 's side — who, like the X-Men, were persecuted for wanting to do the right thing — but believed that the mutant race had suffered too great a loss recently to take a side either way due to the recent depowerment of so many mutants.

Bishop leaves the team to join the Registration supporters and locate the escaped Cyclops is then manipulated into attacking Bishop which he does by overloading Bishop's power of energy absorption.

While it peels off some of the Hulk's skin, he was able to walk towards Cyclops and clench his entire face, effectively containing the blast.

After Hulk left when Mercury told him about the mutant race being near-extinct, Cyclops began to forgive Professor X while the wounded were being tended to.

Cyclops leads a team to Alaska to find the new mutant detected by Cerebro. When the team arrives, they find nearly every child in the town killed, dead Marauders and Purifiers , and the baby gone.

He argues with Xavier, who complains about not telling him about his team. Scott tells Xavier it's not his X-Men any more and that he can do what he wants.

Their first mission is to hunt down Cable and retrieve the baby. Cable eludes the X-Men. The students prove to be effective.

Cyclops then confronts Cable demanding the baby. Cable, with a gun pointed at his father, begs Cyclops to let him escape into the future with the baby.

However, Cable gives the child to Cyclops, after Xavier points out that the future of all mutantkind is at stake and Cyclops, as leader of the X-Men, speaks for mutantkind.

Cyclops holds the baby and, realizing that the child deserves the chance to make its own destiny, gives her back to Cable. Cable teleports to the future just as Bishop fires a round at the child.

The shot misses her and hits Xavier in the head. Cyclops strikes Bishop with an optic blast, and Cyclops declares the X-Men disbanded.

There, they are contacted by Warren asking them for assistance in San Francisco. Scott and Emma are successful in rescuing not only Warren and the other X-Men, but also in rescuing San Francisco as a whole.

As a result, the Mayor of the city offers to help the X-Men reestablish themselves in the city. Cyclops dispatches Wolverine to track down Mystique and revives X-Force as a clandestine black-ops team whose mission is to take down threats to mutankind that they cannot deal with while under the public eye.

Cyclops places Wolverine in charge of the team and resolutely keeps X-Force's existence secret from the other X-Men, including Emma Frost manifested as a psychic "black box" in his mind that Emma is unable to open , [68] also demanding that X-Force remain unknown to the public.

The team is sometimes less careful, leaving blood-stained clothing around, piquing Emma's suspicions. The controversy of Cyclops's decisions as leader of the X-Men is further highlighted during the Skrull invasion of San Francisco when he readily utilizes biological warfare against the Skrulls by knowingly infecting them with an adapted version of the Mutant Legacy Virus created by Beast without first determining if there was also a cure.

In another controversial decision, Cyclops sends X-Force to track down the Leper Queen who is infecting mutants with a strain of the Legacy Virus to use their uncontrolled powers in attacks against humanity in order to stir up anti-mutant hysteria.

While on the mission, Beast locates Cable in the future and Cyclops orders X-Force to abandon the current mission and prepare for transport to the future to assist Cable and the baby, Hope.

Despite knowing that the Leper Queen has kidnapped and intends to kill Hellion , Surge , and Boom Boom , and despite the protests from both X-Force and Beast that a few more minutes is all that is needed to kill her and save the students, Cyclops makes the difficult decision to activate the time machine.

Though Domino is only moments away from killing the Leper Queen, the team is transported to the future and the Leper Queen appears to shoot Boom Boom in the head, while Hellion and Surge are injected and sent to the United Nations building for another attack.

Footage of Cooperstown, Alaska from X-Men: Messiah Complex is eventually released to the media by Simon Trask , designed to deceive the public into believing that the destruction was caused by the newborn mutant messiah rather than the Purifiers.

Coalition" pushing anti-mutant legislation, dubbed "Proposition X", aiming to control mutant reproduction, causes an increase in mutant hate crimes , causing Scott to open the X-Men's base to anyone seeking refuge.

Scott encounters his dead ex-wife, Madelyne Pryor, again when she inexplicably returns as a psychic ghost, [74] [75] calling herself the Red Queen and with a newly assembled all-female team of mutants calling themselves the Sisterhood.

Unaware of the switch and spurning Scott's attempt to reach out to her, Madelyne attempts to possess the body, but seemingly disintegrates into nothingness as no other body than Jean Grey's can house an entity of Madelyne's level of power.

After the battle with Madelyne and the Sisterhood, Beast confronts Scott and Emma, stating that he is aware of both of their clandestine actions and that they will discuss them at length together or their secrets will tear the X-Men apart.

Though supported by the mayor, Cyclops is largely viewed as the leader of the remaining mutant population by the media and he takes the brunt of negative media and public opinion, implicated as endorsing and sending the X-Men to lead the rioting.

Trask capitalizes on the hysteria, portraying Humanity Now! Emma agrees to lead the team, which will answer to Osborn, as the Black Queen.

Marvel writer Matt Fraction indicated that Emma's alliance with Osborn places Scott and Emma at odds with one another, creating "a profound schism".

Osborn tells Cyclops that they can end the riots and hysteria here right now but Cyclops interrupts him and orders him to surrender.

A shocked Osborn asks what he means, and Cyclops replies that Osborn needs to get the riots under control and then withdraw H.

When Osborn refuses Cyclops leaves, telling Osborn that he tried. As Emma's Dark X-Men slowly get the city under control, Cyclops continues to form his plans to deal with the situation.

Scott assigns his X-Men such as Mirage , Domino , Mindee Cuckoo , and Psylocke different tasks, as well as having another team observe Emma's team, as they deal with a group of bio-sentinels attacking San Francisco.

When asked how they're expected to take out both the Dark X-Men and Dark Avengers, Scott retorts "Who said you're the squad that's supposed to stop the Avengers?

Scott's plan finally comes together as he has Magik teleport X-Force into H. X-Force is aided by Emma and Namor, who are revealed to be double-agents against Osborn.

Cyclops then orders Magik and Pixie to teleport every X-Man and allied mutant to what he now calls 'Utopia'.

During a press conference, Cyclops informs the world that they have left the United States and that they reject Norman Osborn and his methods.

Utopia is attacked by numerous threats, including the events of "Necrosha", "Infernus 2", and "Fear Itself". After the discovery of X-Force, Beast leaves Utopia and blames Cyclops for terrible judgement in how he is running Utopia.

When Osborn's illegal siege on Asgard is about to end sooner by the hands of the real Avengers led by the revived original Captain America, Cyclops is one of the non-participating heroes who watches Osborn's downfall live.

He is seen watching the said siege alongside Wolverine inside the base at Utopia. During the rescue, Nightcrawler is killed teleporting Hope back to Utopia.

Cyclops holds a funeral for his fallen friend one of the few who really believed in Scott's belief of the mutant messiah.

Beast arrives on Utopia for the funeral and blames Cyclops for the loss of Nightcrawler. Shortly after, an impenetrable field surrounds Utopia and sentinels from the future begin to attack.

Cyclops is forced to send a team of X-Men into the future led by Cable, but upon their return Cyclops and Hope watch Cable die from a combination of the techno virus and time travel.

After Nimrod and the purifiers are defeated, Cyclops holds a funeral for his fallen son. As Emma Frost witnesses a sign of the Phoenix manifesting in Hope, she runs to tell Scott who dismisses her as he sees he was right all along: Cerebra detected 5 brand new mutant signals.

Cyclops deploys Hope to recruit the new mutant signals and they become her team known as "The Lights". Shortly after, Cyclops is awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on the request of Commander Steve Rogers for his acts, but subsequently discards it as he wants to focus on doing what is right for the people rather than worrying about how his actions are perceived by others.

A possessed Juggernaut escapes Thunderbolts captivity and begins to make his way west to San Francisco to either destroy Utopia or destroy San Francisco, depending on which side would give up the other first.

Cyclops deploys multiple attempts to stop the Norse-powered Juggernaut to no avail. As one of his final plans, Cyclops sends Magik, Colossus, and Shadowcat to meet with Cyttorak to convince him to take away the powers he gave Juggernaut.

Cyttorak agrees in exchange for making Colossus the new Juggernaut avatar and is able to push Cain Marko back until Cain is summoned by The Serpent.

At the beginning of Schism , Cyclops thanks Wolverine for always being there for him as they seem to finally have come to a mutually unspoken yet understood respect for each other after years of fighting and rivalry.

While at a conference for weapon control, Kid Omega Quentin Quire launches a psychic terrorist attack on the ambassadors present.

In response, sentinels are deployed at the conference and are disposed of by Cyclops and Wolverine.

Due to growing fears of mutant threat, countries around the world begin to mobilize their Sentinel forces. Cyclops begins to deploy X-Men around the globe to deal with the threat.

Sometime after, Kid Omega shows up on Utopia to plead for amnesty. Wolverine tries to attack Kid Omega when Cyclops stops him.

Later, Cyclops sends a team to a local mutant museum exhibit as a "show of force". The new Hellfire Club attacks the exhibit and incapacitates all senior X-Men present.

As Cyclops flies to the museum from Utopia and Wolverine rushes to help, Idie asks if she should kill the Hellfire Club to help. While Wolverine protests against it profusely, Cyclops tells Idie to do what she feels is right.

Idie kills almost every Hellfire Club member left to save her friends and mentors. Wolverine pops his claws at Cyclops in anger but restrains himself when he realizes what he's doing.

However, the new Hellfire Club activates a special giant Sentinel, sent towards Utopia. With most of the X-Men far from Utopia and part of the team being in the med-lab, young mutant messiah Hope Summers and other teenage mutants volunteer to join Cyclops in the fight against the super Sentinel.

Wolverine is opposed to the idea of putting children on the front lines against the Sentinel; when Cyclops insists that everyone who wants to fight should fight, Wolverine gets a detonator and threatens to blow up Utopia in order to make the youngsters run away from the island and destroy the super Sentinel.

Cyclops and Wolverine's frustration with each other come to a head when Cyclops brings up Jean Grey. The two fight each other in a rage while being attacked by the sentinel.

Eventually, the super Sentinel threat forces them to stop fighting each other and join Hope and the other young mutants in the battle against the Sentinel, and the Sentinel is finally taken down.

But the ideological differences between Cyclops and Wolverine makes Wolverine decide to leave Utopia and bring along whoever wants to come with him.

While Wolverine doesn't leave as an enemy of Cyclops and his X-Men, he makes clear he wants both sides to stay out of the other's business.

Various X-Men leave for various reasons; Rogue, as an example, departs because she feels that Cyclops has reached a point where his previous willingness to question his decisions has been replaced by an inability to accept when he might be wrong.

With the discovery that the Phoenix Force is returning to Earth, apparently to use Hope as a host, Cyclops believes Hope as Phoenix can be used to 'jump-start' the mutant population.

Captain America, fearing that the Phoenix will come to Earth and destroy everything, assembles a force of Avengers aboard a S. Helicarrier and using the S.

Assuming that Captain America will not take no for answer Cyclops refuses and uses his optic blast to push the Captain back into the sea.

Captain America then orders the Avengers take the beach and apprehend the mutant, Hope. After Hope escapes, Cyclops orders the X-Men to surrender and ends the fighting.

Cyclops scatters the X-Men across the globe with the mission to prevent the Avengers from capturing Hope. Hope seeks out Wolverine for help.

Wolverine aids Hope in traveling to the Blue Area of the Moon but then calls the Avengers to inform them of Hope's location.

Cyclops and a select group of X-Men arrive to stop Hope's capture. As a result, the Phoenix Force is divided and instead inhabits five X-Men present on the moon none of which is Hope.

Cyclops, one of the new Phoenix avatars, travels back to Earth with an unconscious Hope. The world's transformation beings as a utopian society which descends to a police state as the avatars are corrupted by the power of the Phoenix and are unable to control their desires, impulses, fantasies and whims from changing reality.

Wanda teleports Hope away and Cyclops declares that there will be no more Avengers. In defense against the combined assault of the Avengers and the X-Men, Cyclops attacks Emma Frost and absorbs her portion of the Phoenix Force, before killing Xavier and transforming into Dark Phoenix.

She undoes the changes to the world caused by Cyclops and she and the Scarlet Witch then spread out the Phoenix Force across the globe, causing thousands of people to become mutants.

Cyclops is held captive in a ruby quartz cell and while guilt-stricken over killing Xavier, he is happy over the mutant race restarted and claims he would do it all over again.

Captain America convinces Wolverine to visit Cyclops, who is being held in a specialized private prison created for the reemerged mutant population, to learn where his Extinction Team might be hiding.

Once returned to general population, Cyclops is joined by Jake, the only other mutant inmate in the prison. The pair soon realize that all the guards have left as three inmates approach them brandishing shivs.

The tattooed inmate states to Cyclops that their issue is with all mutants as he and the other two inmates attack them. However, due to his training in martial arts, Cyclops was able to defeat the three inmates.

After that, he had a talk with Jake who revealed his origin to Cyclops. Cyclops then tells Jake about the Jean Grey School and they might take older students.

Later that night, Cyclops uses metal filings to communicate with Magneto and tell him not to break him out as he must stay a prisoner, a political prisoner and he will not let them turn him into a criminal.

Cyclops allows Iron Man to study him for remaining effects of the Phoenix Force. As he is leaving, Jake is murdered by the mutant-hating inmates.

Depressed at this action, Cyclops ends up taking up the earlier offer from Magneto to break him out of prison.

Before leaving with Magneto, Magik, and Danger, Cyclops has Magik send Jake's murderers to Limbo and has Danger disfigure the corrupt warden by carving an X on his face.

The Avengers arrive to find the prison demolished and abandoned except for the warden who delivers a message from Cyclops to Wolverine stating that he will support Wolverine's school and continue to fight for mutant rights, noting that now that Wolverine has taken the role of "the better man", Cyclops can be "the man who does what's necessary".

Cyclops, Magneto and Magik watch a newscaster advocating putting mutants in concentration camps.

When Magneto asks Cyclops if killing Neanderthal newsmen falls within their purview, Cyclops tells him it does not.

Magneto warns him that they're embarking on something completely different now, but Cyclops tells him he's wrong saying that just like before With the X-Men disturbed at Scott's more violent policies — including attacking police officers and various officials for illegally detaining mutants after their powers manifested — but unwilling to actively confront him for fear of triggering a mutant civil war, a chance comment by Iceman inspires Beast to pursue a new solution; he travels back in time to recruit the Scott Summers from the early days of Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters to convince the present Scott that what he was doing was wrong.

This leaves the present day Cyclops with little to no control over his powers. It is also revealed that the "Mutant Revolution" and Cyclops in particular have gained popular support among the general public, despite continued distrust and animosity from the Avengers and X-Men.

Later it was revealed that the reason for this alteration was not from the exposure to the Phoenix Force but because they had been infected by Dark Beast with nano-sentinels.

Once they removed the nano-sentinels from their bodies, they regained total control over their powers. He calls it New Xavier School for the Gifted.

It was revealed that Scott, Emma, Illyana and Magneto had been infected with nanite sentinels that had corrupted their powers and caused them to be unpredictable.

Cyclops then begins recruiting new mutants for his new Uncanny X-Men. Storm finds Cyclops's new school in order to tell him that Xavier's last will and testament will be read in Westchester and they will allow him back on the original school's campus again.

Cyclops, after finally realizing what his mutant revolution is, gathered mutants at the White House to show humans that the mutants could all gather in one place without creating harm to the human race.

Some X-Men were reluctant to appreciate Cyclops's act, while other endorsed him, such as Nightcrawler, his brother Havok, and finally Magneto, who stated that, even if Cyclops's actions seemed insane, Xavier would have loved this.

At some point during the future Time Runs Out storyline, Cyclops acquires a Phoenix Egg which he holds in reserve, hoping to use it to end the Incursions.

Cyclops eventually uses the Phoenix Egg to become one with the Phoenix Force again and uses his powers to decimate the Children of Tomorrow, before joining most of the surviving heroes from his universe in their 'life raft', his fellow survivors including Mister Fantastic , Carol Danvers now known as Captain Marvel , Spider-Man , Black Panther , the new Thor , and Star-Lord.

They remain in stasis for a time until they are released by Doctor Strange - who survived the incursions on his own- and meet Miles Morales , the successor to the Ultimate universe's original Spider-Man.

Learning that Strange is now Doctor Doom 's sheriff, the heroes set out to learn more about where they are now and what's the situation in the present world.

The Phoenix Force actually allows Cyclops to hold his own for a time against Doom's Beyonder-acquired powers, but the fight ends with Doom breaking Cyclops's neck.

Following Secret Wars and the restoration of Earth, Cyclops was killed during Death of X , when the X-Men discovered that the released Terrigen mists were fatal to mutants upon exposure.

Only the Stepford Cuckoos, Havok, and Magneto were aware of Emma's deception and Magneto aware only because his helmet prevented Emma from altering his mind.

Although the specific details of his death were not known to the public, eight months later, several mutant youths regarded Cyclops as a figure of inspiration for standing up for their rights.

This led to problems for the young Cyclops, who is disgusted at what his future self has become and resents the legacy he is seemingly destined to leave.

It turns out they are just college students and the All-New X-Men come to save them. Cyclops convinces them to turn themselves in rather than fight the police.

He vows to not go down the same destructive path as older Cyclops. Sinister only to discover that he was experimenting on unwilling subjects, to try to make Inhuman and Mutant DNA co-exist in order to allow the creation of a genetically superior species of mutants who could survive the Terrigen Mist.

To their surprise, Sinister deployed his only successful specimen, the seemingly-revived Cyclops.

When the Phoenix attempts to return once again by bringing the adult Jean Grey back to life, it allows her to talk with what appears to be Cyclops' spirit, but after reading his mind about the events that led to his death, Jean simply expresses regret that she wasn't there to help him, the two apologizing for the way things ended before she and Scott agree that they belong dead.

After the original X-Men are returned to their proper time by the end of the "Extermination" miniseries, Cyclops is revealed to not only be alive but also in hiding with a teen version of Cable until the time- displaced X-Men return to their timeline to the present in order to prevent Ahab's mutant murder future from happening.

After most of the X-Men who participated the battle, including Legion, Magneto, Apocalypse, Blob and Omega Red are vanished by the hands of X-Man, who plans to reshape the world without X-Men, Cyclops, while keeping his low profile, is seen a few days later reading news of the X-Men's disappearance.

It is explained that his recent resurrection was caused when the younger version of Cable went to find Paul, a human who was rescued by Cyclops from giant robots controlled by the vengeful professor Mavin, back during the original X-Men era, with Paul now working for Tony Stark as a scientist.

Cable gives Paul the Phoenix Cage device created by the Avengers back in to recreate the device so he could resurrect Cyclops.

Cable and Paul manage to find Cyclops's corpse after his public 'death', and implanted a smaller version of the Phoenix Cage into the corpse's heart.

When Cyclops was temporarily brought back by the Phoenix during Jean's resurrection, the Phoenix Cage is activated and absorbs a small portion of Phoenix Force which eventually restored Cyclops to full life even after the Phoenix abandoned him.

After the time-displaced X-Men manage to return to their time, Cyclops gains the extra memories of his past-self, while finding out that the original older Cable had been screwing the timeline for keeping the younger X-Men in the present.

Although Cable admits that he brought his father back to life primarily because he saw his death as unfair, he keeps Cyclops contained in his base until the other X-Men are engaged in battle against Nate Grey at the same moment as Professor Marvin escapes prison and goes after Paul for revenge, Cable then forcing Cyclops to choose which of the two he will save.

Although the other X-Men are apparently killed by Nate, Cyclops' decision to save Paul allows him to reassess his actions prior to his death and conclude that he had become as bad as his enemies, choosing to help mutants over humans regardless of the consequences.

Visiting Utopia, the place where he killed Professor X during the Avengers vs. X-Men event and also where Nate vanishes the participating X-Men, Cyclops vows to find the lost X-Men and restore them to create a brighter future, joined by the resurrected Wolverine, but unable to save Blindfold from committing her own suicide attempts.

When the Fantastic Four captures Sabretooth after he kills several guards during a heist, he shows up to claim him on the grounds of amnesty, though he agrees to leave Sabretooth behind after Mr.

Fantastic refuses. Though they succeed, they are all killed during the mission. However, the entire team is resurrected by a group of mutants known as the Five Goldballs, Tempus, Proteus, Elixir, Hope Summers and are proclaimed the heroes of Krakoa.

Beast hoped that bringing the original X-Men into the present would remind Cyclops of why Xavier created the X-Men and prevent a mutant genocide.

This results in the Battle of the Atom crossover. He also secretly wants some time apart from Jean Grey, who is showing feelings toward younger Hank McCoy.

In his own spin-off series, young Cyclops enjoys spending time with the father he thought was dead. Despite facing his future self's reputation as the man who attempted to destroy the Inhumans with his final act, the young Cyclops nevertheless sides with the other X-Men when they go to war with the Inhumans over the creation of the Terrigenesis clouds.

However, during this fight, young Cyclops is briefly possessed by the body-jumping Inhuman Mosaic, which results in him witnessing a memory Mosaic saw when he possessed Magneto of Magneto and Emma Frost standing over the future Cyclops' body after he died of M-pox.

This leads to young Cyclops realizing that his future self did not die attacking the Inhumans, prompting him to vow to go after Emma Frost for what she did to his reputation.

After becoming inspired by a viral speech made by Ms Marvel , the young Cyclops decides to join the new Champions team. After misreading a situation and attacking Hulk , initially the Champions attack him and restrain him.

After hearing his pitch and putting it to a vote they decide to not make the same mistakes made in the most recent Civil War and not judge him for the actions of his future self, agreeing to let him join the team.

However, a leader is never formally chosen. After Inhumans vs. X-Men ended, the young Cyclops was determined to return to his own timeline but upon returning to the past, he is crestfallen to realize that their timeline is not the same as the Earth timeline.

This knowledge places Cyclops into a stupor as now the time-displaced X-Men do not know what timeline they are originally from. Cyclops emits beams of energy from his eyes, described as "optic blasts", which have the appearance of red light and deliver massive concussive force.

His cells constantly absorb solar energy and he can use some of that energy to create an opening to another universe in front of his eyes. The beams fire from these openings.

The beams cause no recoil or heat, are tremendously powerful, and can be used to rupture steel plates and pulverize rock, or even punch a hole through a mountain.

The beams' involuntary nature has been explained as a psychological shortcoming that resulted from childhood trauma. In addition to varying the beam width, height, and intensity, Cyclops has demonstrated a high degree of skill and accuracy in manipulating his optic blast.

Cyclops is able to reflect the beam off hard and shiny surfaces. It has been observed to be focused tight enough to punch a pinhole through a coin, [] drill through the trunk of a log, [] and pierce the skin of the Blob.

With Cyclops unable to shut off his optic beam, Leech came to his aid and negated his mutant power. Early accounts describe Cyclops' optic beams as the product of his body metabolizing sunlight and other ambient energy.

This metabolized energy is then released in the form of the beam from his eyes. In some stories, Cyclops depletes his body's energy reserves and needs to recharge through exposure to sunlight.

When depleted, Cyclops continued to emit the beams; however, their intensity was greatly diminished. One story showed him able to safely open his eyes when in total darkness-without any ambient light to absorb, his power diminished to the point that he did not need his visor.

The original Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe volume stated that Cyclops' eyes contain inter-dimensional apertures, releasing powerful energies from another dimension into his own via the beams.

This account states that his body naturally metabolizes ambient energy that is used to open and focus the apertures in his eyes. The energy of the beam itself originates from this other dimension.

Cyclops's body is naturally immune to the force of his own beams. Scott is also immune to the power of his brother Alex Havok who has the ability to emit waves of energy that heat the air into plasma.

Likewise, Havok has demonstrated immunity to Cyclops's optic beam. Scott has been shown as being able to absorb Storm 's lightning bolt, although this act caused Cyclops a great deal of pain.

Scott has only limited resistance to his brother Vulcan 's powers. For all Cyclops' skill in manipulating his optic beam, it continuously projects from his eyes whenever they are open and unprotected.

To prevent the destruction of any objects in his field of view, Cyclops uses a pair of ruby quartz eyeglasses developed by Professor X to contain the devastating rays.

In his X-Men uniform, he uses a ruby quartz battle visor in place of the glasses. The crystal is said to resonate at the same frequency as the psionic field that protects Cyclops and Havok from their own powers.

In the event that the visor has a power failure, the apertures are spring-loaded to automatically close so Cyclops can at least see normally.

He has also been observed using casual sunglasses and contact lenses made from the same ruby quartz as his visor lens.

Cyclops' poor control over his power is attributed to events in his childhood, [18] [] initially described as being due to a head wound, disabling his brain's ability to turn off his optic blasts.

Cyclops' power has been altered by his exposure to the Phoenix Force. The end of the issue concludes with Beast purging the nano-sentinels from both Cyclops and Magik, giving him control over his still altered optic blasts.

During the " Riot at Xavier's " storyline, Cyclops faces off against Quentin Quire 's Omega Gang and can be observed doing a cartwheel while firing his optic blast at Radian 's leg.

Cyclops has had multiple serious relationships and is rarely written without a romantic female relationship. Cyclops' relationships are particularly complicated because of the many retcons involved in the publication history of the Jean Grey and Madelyne Pryor characters.

In terms of publication time, Cyclops's longest and deepest romantic relationship would be with Jean Grey, whom he would eventually marry but not before she would appear to tragically die protecting the X-Men.

Grieving from this loss, Scott leaves to the Summers family reunion where he meets and starts to pursue Madelyne Pryor.

Scott would become obsessed with Madelyne's similarity to Jean. A romantic love triangle would later be created when Jean was reawakened from a coma and brought back to life by the Fantastic Four.

These relationships would be resolved over the duration of Cyclops's appearance in the X-Factor series. We all grow up. We all move on. Jean Grey and Scott finally marry in X-Men

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