Cyclops, Vol. 1: Starstruck

Cyclops, Vol. 1: Starstruck

Greg Rucka Russell Dauterman Carmen Carnero Terry Pallot Alexander Lozano / Jan 20, 2020

Cyclops Vol Starstruck Cyclops just discovered that the father he thought died long ago is alive and well and a space pirate Spinning out of ALL NEW X MEN comes the first solo adventure for one of the time traveling origina

  • Title: Cyclops, Vol. 1: Starstruck
  • Author: Greg Rucka Russell Dauterman Carmen Carnero Terry Pallot Alexander Lozano
  • ISBN: 9780785190752
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cyclops just discovered that the father he thought died long ago is alive and well and a space pirate Spinning out of ALL NEW X MEN comes the first solo adventure for one of the time traveling original mutant teens Young Cyclops stays in space to get to know his dad, and the two steal a Badoon spaceship for an intergalactic road trip First stop, the resort world of DiCyclops just discovered that the father he thought died long ago is alive and well and a space pirate Spinning out of ALL NEW X MEN comes the first solo adventure for one of the time traveling original mutant teens Young Cyclops stays in space to get to know his dad, and the two steal a Badoon spaceship for an intergalactic road trip First stop, the resort world of Dixzit but Dixzit has a dark secret And when Corsair and Cyclops shipwreck, they get to have that nice father son chat they ve both been avoiding, The indigenous species are none too happy with them, either What bargains will need to be struck to get out alive And is their would be rescuer putting Scott at greater risk than before Greg Rucka charts a new course for the first X Man Collecting CYCLOPS 2014 1 5.

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      • Greg Rucka Russell Dauterman Carmen Carnero Terry Pallot Alexander Lozano

        Greg Rucka, is an American comic book writer and novelist, known for his work on such comics as Action Comics, Batwoman Detective Comics, and the miniseries Superman World of New Krypton for DC Comics, and for novels such as his Queen Country series.


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    1. It's a touching Father/Son Road Trip story!Except, it's in space. And the father is a cosmic pirate using illegal drugs to keep himself alive. Oh, and the son was brought out of the past, so there's actually another older more jaded version of himself running around trying to start a Revolution.But besides that stuff, it's your regular old road trip story.Yep.In all seriousness, I thought this was pretty good. I've never read much about the Starjammers, so I had no idea who they are or what they [...]


    2. I was going to write something brilliant, erudite, and compelling about this volume, and then life happened and exhaustion set in, so I'm going to settle for pithy: it didn't suck. And I've continued to read subsequent volumes. So there's that.


    3. X-Men comics fans like to talk about how underserved Cyclops is in the movies. He’s basically written as the bland good guy foil to Wolverine’s bad boy rebel in their rubbish love triangle with Jean. But in the comics? He’s a badass! And I’ll give them that, he is a much more interesting character in the comics. So ok, a solo title might be fun. Except there are currently two Cyclopses (what is the correct plural of Cyclops - Cyclopi?) in the Marvel Universe. One is currently a fugitive [...]


    4. It's amazing that I liked this book so much, considering that it stars teenaged Scott Summers and is dominated by his narration. Which, all credit to Rucka, sounds convincingly like a serious sixteen year old boy who's had to spend a lot of time alone with his thoughts over the years. There is a story, and it's pretty decent. But the main thing here is Scott getting to know his father, and vice versa. I guess a lot of kids reach a point in their lives when they become surprised by the people the [...]


    5. This book gave me a Cyclops that I don't hate. Marvel may have given the original Cyclops some needed attitude, it's just his transformation didn't make sense to some long-time readers. I just plain hated the parricidal murderer.Not only to have a better Cyclops, it also a great story by Greg Rucka and some fine art by Russell Dauterman, who did the first three chapters. Dauterman's excellent work here led to a promotion to main artist on the better selling Jason Aaron Thor book.


    6. Young Scott from the past goes on space adventures with his Dad who he doesn't know. Space pirates! Aliens! Laser guns! X-men high-drama!Young Scott is now not only a kid out of time, but a kid out of his home universe. The guy can't seem to catch a break. Most of the Rucka stuff I've read has been his crime stuff, or his creator owned dystopian comic Lazarus, so him writing a heavy science fiction book in the marvel universe was pretty fun. Really nice looking covers. The interiors channel Quie [...]


    7. Pretty good father-son space romp. I liked getting to see a different side of Cyclops. At one point he says his dad is a mix between Han Solo and Jack Sparrow and I think that's a pretty accurate description of the whole story as well.


    8. I'm usually not a huge fan of the X-Men solo books, but I couldn't resist a book starring Kid Cyclops and Corsair written by Greg Rucka. And I'm glad I picked it up.Rucka does a great job of building a relationship between Scott and his dad, addressing what this means in continuity without wallowing in it. Along the way he also offers us some fun space adventures. They're not deep, but they give us the necessary canvas to paint this very personal story upon.Also, who can resist three issues of S [...]


    9. Update 9-7-2016: Just read this again, whatever complaints I had about the art have faded and I'm upping the stars to 5 because I just love Scott. I think my opinion on the quality of art of things I'm reading really varies with what else I'm reading. This is the first graphic novel I've read in a long time so there's nothing immediate to compare it to so maybe that makes a difference. Not reading whatever wrongness they've done in the comics lately also mellows everything. I'm curious if that s [...]


    10. Things actually turned out pretty good and what I wanted to see in this book: a small, personal journey with Cyclops and his dad, where they bonded and hashed out a few things. I wish this would have happened with the "real" Scott and not the time-displaced teenage Scott, but in some ways it works better.Along their journey you learn more about Christopher Summers and what is was like for him when he gave up his sons for good. While it wasn't anything new to the reader, having it said to young S [...]


    11. Slight disclaimer before I write my review, I have always hated the character of Cyclops, I don't think he's particularly interesting or even a good person. The front cover however stated that this was a great book if you'd given up on Cyclops or a good place to start reading him so I thought I'd give it a shot. I am so glad that I did, this story is brilliantly written and beautifully illustrated. I thought that though there was angst (well placed) there was no whining which I associate with Sc [...]


    12. Read from Marvel Unlimited App issues 1-5 of Cyclops [2014].Oh, how I hate to admit it, but I ended up liking this quite a bit. It's only getting three stars because of two things, one the art was nothing special, and two, the premise of this "time swept" teenage Scott Summers and the fact that there is another adult Scott running around is beyond stupid. The story itself however I liked quite a lot.The covers on this look pretty misleading too. Looks like the artist drew the beefed up adult Sco [...]


    13. Who'd have thought I'd ever be liking a Cyclops ongoing series? Not me, but if you take a young Cyclops from the past and put him in Space before giving him to Greg Rucka to helm, then I'll be all over this book. Excellent series it's just a shame that Rucka didn't last long.



    14. I haven't read All-New X-Men in a long while, but I did know that young Scott had gone off with his (Space Pirate!) father. That's where this story starts.I'm not a big fan of space/aliens & Sci-Fi, but this was a pretty fun father-son bonding adventure. There was a weird, and totally typical comic-book explanation/non-explanation of why Corsair is "sick": (view spoiler)[Scott's unknown brother Gabriel (becoming the evil "Vulcan"), killed Corsair in rage and madness, or something or other. C [...]






    15. Rucka is pretty great on this title, and Dauterman and Carnero do a great job doing alien worlds to dress up a long talk between estranged dad and son.


    16. Scott Summers is a very serious character. This seriousness is what led to his death, I think, and him being hated by everyone. Even teen Summers, in All-New X-Men is starting to be a pretty serious teen. So, it's a relief to see him having some fun for once and not trying to be super stern Scott. He's just a kid hanginng out with his space pirate dad. You know, like boys do.Rucka's writing and the artists paired with him all create a Cyclops story we haven't seen in a while. One where you want [...]


    17. My father passed away 20 years ago, when I was 18. He had dark hair and a handlebar mustache, much like Christopher Summers, aka Corsair.Just like Cyclops, if my dad turned out to be alive and a space pirate, I'd jump at the chance to join him on his adventures. This book is just plain fun.


    18. Couple things to get off my chest first that affected this score: First, anyone who is hired to write Cyclops should know that his optic blasts do not produce any kickback (something to do with them coming from another dimension and whatnot) and therefore could not result in him moving through space or else he could break his neck or launch himself into the air by shooting down at the ground. Maybe they could make the case that it's a minimal amount of force that poses no danger and that would r [...]


    19. It was finally time to read a trade featuring my very favorite X-man of all time. Perfect time for a solo series, that would focus on a sixteen year old Cyclops, pulled out of time to show his megalomaniac modern counterpart what he used to be like. Teen Cyclops ends up going into space, to be with his Space Pirate Father, who he had believed died, when he was abducted by Aliens, but had actually lived for years, under the alias of Corsair, fighting against an evil Empire. Corsair had actually b [...]


    20. Really liked this one. Great combination of story and art. Not a whole lot happens, but that's okay, because this is mainly about father and son bonding, as in Cyclops (though it's the younger, time-jumping version from recent Brian Michael Bendis stories) and Corsair, the space pirate and leader of the Starjammers (not too different from the Guardians of the Galaxy, really). The two of them take off on a trip around the universe, Scott gets to see some sights, they crashland and are marooned on [...]


    21. Okay, okay, so maybe I don't hate Scot Summers/Cyclops, even though even this version of him has hints of self-righteousness that are annoying. It's easier to swallow, though, since this is a story about a teenage Cyclops, so some bratiness and angst are in order.This book basically had me won over after the first two pages, which had interesting layouts and the words SPACE PIRATE. While this is cheesy, it's super a super fun father-son space road trip with just enough father-son bonding and per [...]


    22. Fun and thrilling, this series charts the adventures of Corsair and a 17 year old, time displaced Cyclops. Together they discover more about each other and the crazy galactic world out there. There is deception, betrayal, love, and action. I liked the art, something that often makes or breaks my enjoyment of a comic book. The stories are not complex or convoluted, at the end of the day this is a father/son road trip out in space. I'm not the biggest fan of the. storytelling device of letter writ [...]


    23. Wow! I am so impressed with this series, and even more happy that my skepticisms were unfounded. I don't get very excited or invested with the idea of a Cyclops-Corsair-space drama, but apparently I should, at least when it's as well-realized as this book. Sixteen year-old time-displaced Cyclops is much more refreshing and compelling that his current spoiled self, and Corsair is written so authentically, it's hard not to like anything here. Under the surface of a classic father-getting-a-second- [...]


    24. Not your regular Cyclops story. The leader of the X-Men is still in his early days and in a future timeline and is set to go on a space-trip with his long-presumed-dead Dad, Christopher.The story mainly explores the dynamics of the relationship between the father and the son and also gives an insight to what it feels for a son to be living under the pretext that his father is dead until he discovers otherwise."The other you, I guess. The reason that he became so was because he lost hope and repl [...]


    25. I liked the drawing style and the concept of young Cyclops traveling the stars with his dad, the Starjammer pirate. It did seem rather roughshod as they had a few time skips, but it was rather cinematic with each panel providing a glimpse into their intergalactic roadtrip. But I almost did wish that they had spent more time with the Starjammers, as I'm surprised that Corsair would leave his group (and his love) for that long. I'd read more of this, just to see how young-Cyclops develops in this [...]


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