Name: Cyclops Height: 6' 1" Weight: 181 lbs Eyes: Red Hair: Brown
Scott Summers, one of Professor Charles Xavier's first recruits, is stalwart leader of the X-Men. Xavier took in Scott in to his "Institute for Gifted Children" in Westchester County, New York when he discovered the young man's uncontrollable ability to release immensely destructive force beams from his eyes, and began training the boy in the use of his incredible power. Scott firmly believes in the professor's dream of human and mutant coexistence. Cyclops possesses the mutant ability to project a beam of concussive force from his eyes. Unable to control the blasts, Cyclops prevents the energy from escaping by wearing ruby-quartz lenses - the only substance able to diffuse his awesome power.
POWER RATINGS Intelligence: 3 Strength: 2 Speed: 2 Durability: 2 Energy Projection: 5 Fighting Skills: 4
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5.00 stars from Dr Nightmare
I like the 90's version of the X-Men, probably because I grew up watching the cartoons. I liked how their suits looked like something people would actually wear and not something so outlandish or bland like before. Cyclops was a great, but now a lot of people seem to consider him as a whiny spoiled brat. Where is this coming from? Did the X-Men movies bring this on? I don't know, but I don't hear people talking about Cyclops nearly as much. It's always Wolverine this, and Wolverine that, and that's fine, but what's the point in having an X-Men team if you're just going to focus on one guy?
Cyclops gives the impression of being short because of those large boot-cuffs, but he actually stands 6 1/4 inches tall. He wears the older X-men suit, . . . Read More
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