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 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 1-6
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.20(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Gregory "Greg" Rucka is an American comic book writer and novelist. He is the author of nearly a dozen novels, including the Atticus Kodiak series. In comics, he has had the opportunity to write stories featuring some of the world’s best-known characters—Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Punisher, and Wolverine—as well as penning several creator-owned properties himself, such as Whiteout, Queen & Country, and Lazarus.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As a recent fan of Cyclops aka Scott Summers, I went into All New X-men expecting something good from his past self. While decent to great up to the Trial of Jean Grey, it felt like the character of Teen Cyke could be doing more considering his older self was proclaimed enemy no.1. But then while in space Corsair, his long thought dead Father and leader of the Space Pirates the Starjammers, reveals himself to be alive. And thus this book was made. Cyclops Vol 1 Starstruck is a space road trip featuring the Time displaced Scott Summers as he tries to connect to his space pirate father as well as try to change his future. While short, this was a great tale between two family members trying to find common ground and make up for lost time. While also being a swashbuckling affair. Greg Rucka is a great writer of creator owned works (Queen and Country, Lazarus) and working with DC (Gotham Central, Wonder Woman, Detective Comics etc...) and Marvel (Elektra, Daredevil, Punisher). On art, Russell Dauterman and Carmen Carnero do a great job with character designs while Chris Sotomayor gives the issues their color. It is a great space road trip and fun for fans of Cyclops who may want to see him outside his role in the X-men. I recommend this to anyone who likes family bonding and Cyclops. I eagerly await volume 2 A Pirate's Life for Me.