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Old 10-19-2007, 10:45 AM   #26
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I do like that costume.

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Old 10-20-2007, 12:14 AM   #27
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Cyclops shows off his mad skillz as a pitcherCyclops fights his own brother in a freefall, shows prep time by knowing where to shoot to destroy his anti-gav device. Nearly kills himself in the processCaptain America and the Avengers defferring to Cyclops' leadership


AoA Cyclops freeing a prisoner against orders (Polaris) and defeating Aurora and Northstar with one shotAoA Cyclops freeing prisoner Jean Grey and defeating his brother Alex (Havok) in the process. Knocks him out with one punch. Knocks out Dark Beast with one blast.Getting married (awwww )


Cyclops giving a stunning and touching speech to his mentor Charles Xavier (kinda wussy )


What Stryfe thinks of Cyclops

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Old 10-20-2007, 12:31 AM   #28
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AoA Cyclops defying and defeating Horseman Death (Maximus the Mad)AoA Cyclops mercy kills his own FATHER (infected by Brood)Cyclops (and Jean) fights his way through Styfe's (Apocalypse's) Dark RidersCyclops (and Cable) ironically save Emma Frost's the night before Scott's wedding life by defeating X-ecutioner. Tells Cable "the day we lose compassion for our enemy is the day we become out enemy". Does this all while missing his own bachelor party.Cyclops blasting through the grip of a superstrong mutant opponent.


Cyclops beating Jean Grey (and Rogue) again in combatCyclops and Jean survive unaided by air on the moonCyclops (and Havok) take Stryfe down for the count.Cyclops takes out a Brood infected Ghost Rider (goddamn ninties )


Cyclops has a penis too, apparently.


Cyclops showing off his mad survival skillzAoA Cyclops moves the Blob


AoA Cyclops sacrifices himself to save the dayCyclops and his brother Alex get in a bar fight. Even though they beat everyone inside, apparently Cyclops gets out without a scratch.AoA Cyclops doing his best Terminator impersonation

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Old 10-20-2007, 12:56 AM   #29
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Cyclops again shows acrobatic ability by jumping out of the Blackbird and onto the hood of a moving vehicle


Cyclops is one lucky ass man part 1.Cyclops is one lucky ass man part 2Mr. Sinister foretelling the coming of the legacy virus to Cyclops. Famous 'brothers' conversation.Cyclops lets forth a blast that 'could rip a planet in half'. Shows adept acrobatic skills.


Cyclops fights a 1800s version of ApocalypseCyclops beats a T-REXCyclops doesn't 'do' holograms. He uses the traditional lethal danger room devices on the OMEGA settingCyclops using his optic blasts to punch a hole through Blob


Cyclops fights a creature (some sort of Hydra) blindfolded with a sword (If that doesn't impress you I don't know what will)AoA Cyclops showing hand to hand combat skills


AoA Cyclops (and Havok) defeating Mr.Hyde and Cobra (a team who claims to have nearly bested Thor)Cyclops orders Thor around, leads an attack against OnslaughtCyclops, blinded, defeats five street gang members

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Old 10-20-2007, 06:06 AM   #30
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This thread is amazing by the way....

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Old 10-20-2007, 06:12 AM   #31
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crazy how he can do all that and hulk walks off his blasts.

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Old 10-20-2007, 10:39 AM   #32
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This thread is amazing by the way....
thank you. It has taken a lotta work to go back and find all these scans.

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Old 10-20-2007, 10:45 AM   #33
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yuh, cool thread. Cyclops is one of the best.

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Old 10-20-2007, 10:55 AM   #34
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Joe Madureira's figures were so elongated back then...

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Old 10-20-2007, 11:23 AM   #35
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Joe Madureira's figures were so elongated back then...
A few of those AoA scans were drawn by Steve Epting. Apparently, back in the day he was another Jim Lee clone.

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Old 10-20-2007, 11:25 AM   #36
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I wouldn't call him a Jim Lee clone. He wasn't as good back then as he is now, but I personally loved all of his work on Avengers, including the stuff from Blood Ties that you posted up there.

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Old 10-20-2007, 11:29 AM   #37
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I wouldn't call him a Jim Lee clone. He wasn't as good back then as he is now, but I personally loved all of his work on Avengers, including the stuff from Blood Ties that you posted up there.
Well I mean noticably he went from using really overly dramatic muscles on his characters (like Lee) down to using a more photorealistic interpretation of the human form.

Then Chris Bachalo did that whole X-Men ultimited things posted on the first page...


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Old 10-20-2007, 12:28 PM   #38
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Well, I guess everyone was a little more guilty of taking liberties with the human figure in the '90s. Still, Epting's figures generally look pretty well-proportioned both in themselves and to each other. He's always been one of my favorites.

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Epting's Avengers work was phenomenal.

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Before writers threw his credibility into the gutter,i bet Cyclops was one of the best leaders in the Marvel Universe.

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He's generally regarded as second only to Captain America, as far as I've heard.
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Epting's Avengers work was phenomenal.
What do you think of Tom Palmer's inking?

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He's generally regarded as second only to Captain America, as far as I've heard.
It's true. Cyclops was trained by Cap, too.

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Love it. For my money, if anyone's going to ink Epting, Palmer's the guy. As much as I like Perkins, I think he's better suited to pencil. Epting and Palmer doing that Avengers run was the perfect mix of old and new school.

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Evolution Cyclops versus Juggernaut
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X-Men Evolution: Blind Alley part 1
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Wow, Scott was pretty reckless in that first video. Those two civvies were lucky.

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Gotta get a few more scans since I still have him sacrificing himself to become Cypocalypse, "showing off" and a few Morrison run stuff as well.

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Those are some manly yellow loafers Scott's wearing.

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Those are some manly yellow loafers Scott's wearing.
That should just tell you how badass he is. He got Mr. Sinister to run away like a scared, little child from a man in yellow loafers.

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Love it. For my money, if anyone's going to ink Epting, Palmer's the guy. As much as I like Perkins, I think he's better suited to pencil. Epting and Palmer doing that Avengers run was the perfect mix of old and new school.
I love Palmer's work, too. I've noticed a lot of really similar elements on the finished art no matter whose pencils he's inking, though, so I was wondering if he sometimes overpowers the penciler's lines with his own. I know Jerry Ordway does that because I saw pencils and finished art that he did with John Byrne, and Byrne's pencils were drastically different--like, characters were in different positions and stuff before Ordway inked the art.

When did Cap train Cyclops?

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I love Palmer's work, too. I've noticed a lot of really similar elements on the finished art no matter whose pencils he's inking, though, so I was wondering if he sometimes overpowers the penciler's lines with his own. I know Jerry Ordway does that because I saw pencils and finished art that he did with John Byrne, and Byrne's pencils were drastically different--like, characters were in different positions and stuff before Ordway inked the art.
Anything anyone can do to make Byrne's pencils not look like Byrne's pencils is alright with me. He got ****ty.

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Thanks, that was helpful.

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