From Cyclops' willingness to cross lines to Captain America's experience in warfare, here are some reasons why each hero makes for the better leader.
Cyclops has been one of the most iconic leaders of the X-Men. He has tried to strive for a betterment for mutant kind all his life.
Cyclops has helped save the world plenty of times. But he's also come close to being responsible for its destruction as well.
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Uncanny X-Men Annual #1 promises to be the start of what we all wanted from this series in the first place.
He returned to the Marvel Universe in the Extermination finale, but its X-Force #1 that reveals Cyclops' first mission.
We'll let you decide whether Cyclops is exactly what the X-Men need, or if he's doing more bad than good.
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Marvel has released a preview of Jeff Lemire, Charles Soule and Aaron Kuder's Death of X #1 that depicts the real story behind the heated mutant/Inhuman conflict.
The latest Marvel NOW! teaser sees the time-displaced teenaged Cyclops bid farewell to the X-Men.
The guy who created the electromagnetic Mjolnir and flamethrower lightsaber now delivers a visor that's probably too dangerous for the X-Mansion.
"Extraordinary X-Men" writer Jeff Lemire concludes his two-part interview with insight into the Terrigen Mists, Forge and more.