Cyclops #9

Cyclops #9

Writer: John Layman Artist: Javi Garron Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 14, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 6
8.3Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

• Yeah, Scott Summers may be serving aboard a ship full of space-pirate killers and cutthroats, but as he gets to know them, they seem like nice killers and cutthroats. Especially the Captain, who's starting to treat Scott like the son he never had.
• And ESPECIALLY the Captain's cute daughter, who wants to make kissy-face at every opportunity.
• So what's the problem? Well, it might have something to do with that stolen super-weapon sitting in the pirate ship cargo hold-the one powerful enough to blow up an entire solar system! Everybody in the galaxy wants it... but nobody wants to pay for it!
Rated T+

  • 10
    All-Comic - Jeremy Matcho Jan 15, 2015

    Cyclops continues to be an impressive book each month. I keep waiting for it to dip in quality, but it never does. Everything about this series, from the words to the pencils has been wonderful. Layman and Garron are putting in great work and really fleshing Scott out. Kudos to a job well done for everyone involved. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    GWW - Everett Harn Jan 15, 2015

    This series, although ending soon I believe, has been a highlight of this current Marvel run for me. Cyclops needed this redesign and reimagining to put him apart from his evil self, who has been boring me for the past year. This book continues the lighthearted, classical sci-fi space adventure that makes me thing of the greater episodes of Star Trek. If you want a fun tale that is set apart from the rest of the Marvel happenings (for now), pick this book up from your local comic book retailer! Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Nerds Unchained - Jeremy Radick Jan 15, 2015

    I'd never say the issue was bad at all. It's still a very enjoyable issue, and I continue to be excited to pick up each issue of Cyclops with anticipation. It's just that this storyline has yet to break any new ground. It's just a classic story, well told. That's not anything bad at all, but I'm hoping in the next issue we get to see something beside the predictable crisis of conscience and betrayal that these undercover stories always end with. Read Full Review

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