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Real Name
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Scott Summers
Current Alias
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Aliases
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Scott Sinister, Red-Eye, Lieutenant Summers

Identity
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Alignment
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Affiliation
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Relatives
Parents (Deceased), Alex Summers / Havok (Brother), Nathaniel Essex / Mister Sinister (Adoptive Father), Salvator / Armageddon (Godson)

Universe
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Base Of Operations
The Great Pyramid

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Unusual Features
Eyes Constantly Blasting Concussive Energy

Status
Citizenship
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Occupation
Lieutenant of Apocalypse's Armada

Education
Educated by Mister Sinister

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First appearance
Last appearance

Marvelette's Age of Ultron vs Age of Apocalypse #1


History

Quote1.png I can see more clearly now than ever before... that I'm one of the bad guys. Quote2.png
-- Cyclops

Scott Summers, and his little brother, Alex, lost their parents to Apocalypse's forces at a young age. Their potential was noticed by Apocalypse's top scientist, Mister Sinister, who took them in and raised them as his sons, harnessing their powers to become weapons of mass destruction.

As Cyclops and Havok, the Summers Brothers served as some of Apocalypse's most loyal lieutenants for years. However, Cyclops would eventually come into contact with the leader of the X-Men, Jean Grey, who made him feel something he had never known existed before. Their minds connected on a deeper level than Jean thought possible, but they were from two different worlds. Too conflicted and afraid to betray Apocalypse, Scott stays where he was raised, but keeps mental contact with Jean and relays information to her whenever he can.

However, his brother has become suspicious of him, and passed his concerns onto their father, Mister Sinister, who is beginning to consider rewriting Cyclops's memories, like he did with the former X-Man, Wolverine.

Cyclops eventually became brave enough to betray the Armada, even killing Gambit and Mister Sinister during his escape to join the X-Men. Not long after, a group of reality hopping heroes called the Outsiders came to Earth-9999 to help them defeat Apocalypse.

One of the Outsiders was Cable, Cyclops and Jean's son from another reality. Scott was almost brought to tears after meeting him, and the two spent as much time together as they could before the final battle. However, Cyclops met his end in the confrontation with Apocalypse, who beat him nearly to death before completely absorbing his powers and consciousness, just like he had done to Charles Xavier many years ago.


Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Optic Blasts

Abilities

  • Hand to Hand Combat

Strength level

Average Strength

Weaknesses

None known.


Paraphernalia

Equipment:

  • Ruby Quarts Visor

Transportation:

  • Savage Land Pterodactyls
  • Blackbird Jet

Weapons: None known.


Notes

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Trivia

  • Mister Sinister's original choice for his codename was Basilisk. However, after designing the Visor, he decided Cyclops would be more fitting.
  • Cyclops does not get along with any of the Five Horsemen, except for Conquest, with whom he has a complicated sexual relationship.
  • In the animated film Age of the Outsiders Cyclops is voiced by Scott Porter. Porter has previously voiced the character in Marvel Heroes and Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 3: the Black Order.



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