The Story Of Cyclops





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Published on Dec 17, 2009

Dark Phoenix and soared through the universe, where she devoured an entire star and the five billion inhabitants of one of its planets. When she returned to Earth, she threatened to kill anyone but Cyclops still tried to reach out to her. Professor Xavier was able to keep Phoenix under control and helped her will herself back to normal.

The Shi'ar had witnessed Dark Phoenix consuming the star and the X-Men were forced to battle with the Imperial Guard over Jean's fate. The battle triggered her transformation into Dark Phoenix once more. She understood that she would never be able to fully control the dark hunger inside and sacrificed herself on moon. When the Phoenix committed suicide, Scott believed the love of his life had died and he left the X-Men.

During his time away from the team, Scott met fishing boat captain Lee Forrester who helped him work through his grief. When Corsair came to Earth, Scott recognized a certain medallion that Corsair was wearing, containing pictures of the Summers family. At first, Scott was very angry at Corsair for keeping the truth from him but Scott came to understand and forgive his father. He then introduced Corsair to his other son, Alex.

Scott eventually returned to the X-Men whereupon he met Madelyne Pryor, a woman who bore an uncanny resemblance to Jean. Unaware that Madelyne was a clone of Jean created by Sinister, Scott fell in love with Madelyne and they were soon married. Madelyne fell pregnant and bore Scott a son named Nathan Christopher Charles Summers
When the real Jean emerged from suspended animation, Scott left his wife and son and rejoined the other original X-Men in establishing a new team, X-Factor. During a demonic invasion of New York City, X-Factor and the X-Men fought against a super-powered and insane Madelyne. The invasion was thwarted after Madelyne perished in combat with Jean.

Later, the mutant warlord named Apocalypse infected baby Nathan with a techno-organic virus. To save his son's life, Scott had to allow a member of the Clan Askani to transport Nathan two millennia into the future, where it had been foreseen that he would deliver the world from Apocalypses clutches.

X-Factor disbanded soon after, and its members returned to the ranks of the X-Men. Scott and his long-time love Jean were married, and whilst on their honeymoon their spirits were taken into the time-stream by the Clan Askani's matriarch. Arriving in the future, they inhabited new bodies and raised Nathan for twelve years. When they returned to their own time and bodies, Nathan remained in the future and ultimately matured into his time's greatest hero: Cable. Together, Phoenix and Cable searched for Cyclops. They found him merged with Apocalypse. Jean used her psi-rapport with Scott, and her psi-power to pull out Apocalypse's essence from Scott's body, and Cable disrupted it with his Psimitar.
Cyclops and Phoenix's marriage started undergoing a strain apparently due to Scott's merger with Apocalypse.
Emma's own students, the Stepford Cuckoos, informed Jean of her husband's psychic affair. Jean caught them in the act and invaded Emma's mind. Jean scanned Emma's most painful memories and made her re live them. Scott abandoned the school and left to get drunk in a strip joint.
An intelligent bacteria possessed one of the Stepford Cuckoos and shot Emma. Frost was shattered to a plethora of pieces. Jean used her telekinesis to fuse Emma back together for Scott's sake.
Jean gets killed by xorn and comes back to life s the white phinoex and makes cyclops fall inlove with emma and she remains in the white hot room


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