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A VS. X makes it clear Cyclops is acting like a total jerk. And I wish it was Out Of Character for him, that some desperate hope Jean will come back is overriding his better judgement. Except it isn't. Cyclops being a jerk is standing operating procedure pretty much since DECIMATION started, if not before.



From the last issue of CHILDREN'S CRUSADE:



Good gravy, Scott.

Two pages from X-MEN: SCHISM #4:





Cyclops has two good points: Logan blows off every class he is assigned, and he was in a bar when the Hellfire Club attacked the Mutant History Museum (thus Idie killed the Club soldiers). Those are Scott's only points.

One panel from X-MEN: SCHISM #5:



Examples like when he ran out on Madelyn Pryor and his son also come to mind, but he realized at that very instant what an ass he was. He just didn't do anything to change it.

Date: 2012-04-19 05:21 am (UTC)
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This did happen a while back with Hulkling -- who technically speaking wasn't even an American citizen (he was born on a different planet as opposed to US soil and I doubt his Skrull nanny went through proper immigration channels). The Skrulls and Kree both wanted him and Cap said no. In this example the stakes didn't involve a planet killing monster, though the intergalactic politics involved were arguably worse.

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