Real men wear corsets (and viking helmets).

allyndupe:

I made Cyclops on Animal Crossing… :o

This is so cute that I had to reblog.

allyndupe:

I made Cyclops on Animal Crossing… :o

This is so cute that I had to reblog.

thisguycalledfonzreads:

All New X-Men #14
Well that’s heartbreaking.

I think the best part of this is that Scott clearly has no idea how a high five works.

thisguycalledfonzreads:

All New X-Men #14

Well that’s heartbreaking.

I think the best part of this is that Scott clearly has no idea how a high five works.

xmarksthescott:

Scott Summers’ life summed up in one panel:

image

I don’t think there are enough terrible father figures in this panel.

But otherwise, yes.  :-P

Going to start remembering I have a blog again by reblogging this great gifset.  Hi again!


All new x-men #26 

There is nothing I don’t love about this panel set.

All new x-men #26 

There is nothing I don’t love about this panel set.

cyborgcap:

Everyone stinks at being sixteen.”

Cyclops #1 

Aw.  Corsair ISN’T sucking at fatherhood for once!  Adorable!

All-New X-Men #20 // Guardians of the Galaxy #12

…I have no idea what’s going on in the Guardians of the Galaxy issue, but that is adorable!

towritecomicsonherarms:

Scott Summers and Scott Summers
Uncanny X-men

Scott gives the best advice to himself.  :-)

towritecomicsonherarms:

Scott Summers and Scott Summers

Uncanny X-men

Scott gives the best advice to himself.  :-)

comicsandraps:

Cyclops #2 Cover By Alexander Lozano

Eee.

comicsandraps:

Cyclops #2 Cover By Alexander Lozano

Eee.

the-x-gene:

All New X-Men #23

I think my heart just died

I have nothing coherent to say about this entire set up.

inthecomix:

MARVEL PREVIEW: CYCLOPS #1
Greg Rucka Rockets Into the Cosmic Unknown for CYCLOPS #1!
What would you do if you were suddenly thrust into the future? See your older self. Learn the path you’ve taken. The mistakes you’ve made. Now, imagine that the father you thought died long ago is alive and well – and is a space pirate! This May, experience the ongoing adventures of young Scott Summers in CYCLOPS #1 – the all-new series from Eisner Award winning writer Greg Rucka and artist Russel Dauterman!
Spinning directly out of the blockbuster All-New X-Men crossover “The Trial of Jean Grey” comes the very first ongoing solo series for one of the time-travelling Original X-Men. After clashing with the Shi’ar on the edge of deep space, Scott Summers is about to encounter the last person he’d ever expect to meet – his father!
Long thought dead, Corsair, leader of  that intergalactic band of misfits the Starjammers, has returned! And he’s got a new recruit in the form of his son, young Cyclops himself! Scott Summers is leaving the X-Men behind to stay in space amd learn a few valuable lessons from dad: 1) How to shave, 2) How to talk to women, 3) How to steal a Badoon spaceship.
“This books is everything Marvel is about – high stakes, intergalactic action, adventure and intrigue with the emotional core of a father and son who have to repair their relationship,” says Editor Tom Brennan.  “Corsair and Cyclops are both in a bold new world – a man back from the dead and a teen out of time. They need each other now, and the universe needs them more than ever.”
Don’t miss one moment of the high adventure in deep space as Rucka & Dauterman kick off the newest cosmic adventure this May in the action packed CYCLOPS #1!
CYCLOPS #1
Written by GREG RUCKA
Art by RUSSEL DAUTERMAN
Cover by ALEXANDER LOZANO
On-Sale This May!

SCORE!

inthecomix:

MARVEL PREVIEW: CYCLOPS #1

Greg Rucka Rockets Into the Cosmic Unknown for CYCLOPS #1!

What would you do if you were suddenly thrust into the future? See your older self. Learn the path you’ve taken. The mistakes you’ve made. Now, imagine that the father you thought died long ago is alive and well – and is a space pirate! This May, experience the ongoing adventures of young Scott Summers in CYCLOPS #1 – the all-new series from Eisner Award winning writer Greg Rucka and artist Russel Dauterman!

Spinning directly out of the blockbuster All-New X-Men crossover “The Trial of Jean Grey” comes the very first ongoing solo series for one of the time-travelling Original X-Men. After clashing with the Shi’ar on the edge of deep space, Scott Summers is about to encounter the last person he’d ever expect to meet – his father!

Long thought dead, Corsair, leader of  that intergalactic band of misfits the Starjammers, has returned! And he’s got a new recruit in the form of his son, young Cyclops himself! Scott Summers is leaving the X-Men behind to stay in space amd learn a few valuable lessons from dad: 1) How to shave, 2) How to talk to women, 3) How to steal a Badoon spaceship.

“This books is everything Marvel is about – high stakes, intergalactic action, adventure and intrigue with the emotional core of a father and son who have to repair their relationship,” says Editor Tom Brennan.  “Corsair and Cyclops are both in a bold new world – a man back from the dead and a teen out of time. They need each other now, and the universe needs them more than ever.”

Don’t miss one moment of the high adventure in deep space as Rucka & Dauterman kick off the newest cosmic adventure this May in the action packed CYCLOPS #1!

CYCLOPS #1

  • Written by GREG RUCKA
  • Art by RUSSEL DAUTERMAN
  • Cover by ALEXANDER LOZANO
  • On-Sale This May!

SCORE!

gambits-ace-of-spades:

Don’t worry so much, Emma.

Scott is enjoying telekinesis.  Not that I blame him.  I would be the laziest person in the world with telekinesis.

gambits-ace-of-spades:

Don’t worry so much, Emma.

Scott is enjoying telekinesis.  Not that I blame him.  I would be the laziest person in the world with telekinesis.

june2734:

Scott and Logan sitting down and having drinks without trying to kill each other. This probably won’t happen again for a long time.

Honestly, while I love the whole set up.  I still think Wolverine’s completely full of shit.

I mean, as I read it, Scott’s different from Jean, who ate a planet, because she owned what she did.  (Except for how the Marvel Universe has tried to keep the Phoenix a completely separate entity for years.)

Honestly, it sounds more like “I’m mad at you because I don’t want to bang you nearly as much as I wanted to bang her.” 

swagclops:

Needless to say, it was an awkward first date.
Avengers VS X-Men: Consequences #2

Now, now.  This was hardly their FIRST date.

swagclops:

Needless to say, it was an awkward first date.

Avengers VS X-Men: Consequences #2

Now, now.  This was hardly their FIRST date.

comicsweekly:

Marvel NOW! (Week 56)

Wolverine and the X-Men #039

I didn’t know this issue existed.  Clearly I must amend this.

(“Professor” makes me laugh so damn hard.)