View Poll Results: Who was the better leader?

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  • Storm

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    Default Cyclops or Storm: who was the better leader during mutantkind's most dire times?

    Cyclops, who led the X-Men in the aftermath of Wanda's decimation, or Storm, who led the X-Men when the terrigen cloud was poisoning mutantkind?

    Who did a better job protecting their people in the face of extinction and genocide?




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    Queen Summers


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    Great. Just when I thought things were getting back to normal. Y'all gonna start this mess again.
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    http://community.comicbookresources....disappointment

    Much like Iron Man in*Civil War, there’s a lot of factors that make it up to the readers if Cyclops truly betrayed his fellow mutants. And in fact, this division is what made the X-Men books after*Avengers vs X-Men*so compelling. Fighting against the Avengers to defend fellow X-Man Hope as the Phoenix loomed, Cyclops became possessed himself and led the Phoenix Five.

    Possessed by the Phoenix, Cyclops killed Professor Xavier and led many attacks against human and mutant alike. Afterward, he adopted a more revolutionary attitude, leading a rebellious team of X-Men and coming into conflict with other superheroes and his former friend Wolverine on more than one occasion. Cyclops was briefly viewed as a martyr, believed to have been killed by Black Bolt in*Death of X*before it was revealed he had succumbed to M-Pox days before.


    enjoy Cyclops fans :*

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    Strom was and still a wallpaper, not a leader.

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    ugh, again? having said that, i voted cyclops and i really don't think it will be very close

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightbird View Post
    Strom was and still a wallpaper, not a leader.
    this is actually pretty true. she hasn't been relevant to the X-books in 20 years

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    Extraordinary X-Men kind of cemented Storms descent. Was the perfect example of what a leader should not be.

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    Pointless thread.

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    Cyclops did more against the Inhuman cultists in a flashback than Storm did the entire time.

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    If you want a semi-serious answer, the one who didn't think of gathering about as many mutants as they could in a Hell dimension as a sanctuary. Seriously, no matter how much time passes, that will always be a retarded plot point.

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    Taking potshots at both of them;

    Storm was a way better leader of the X-Men than she was a leader of the Morlocks.

    Cyclops was a way better leader of the X-Men than he was a husband or father.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muffinman View Post
    The behind the keys of the message board sass is off the charts in this thread. All the condescending names... honey, boo boo, sweetie, darling... it's a little poke the bear for no reason, no?
    This form of belittling is sadly near-constant.
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    'Why?' Just to see the disappointment on your corn-fed, gee-whiz face, Superman. And because a great dark voice on the edge of nothing spoke to me and said you all had to die. There is no 'Why?'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sutekh View Post
    Taking potshots at both of them;

    Storm was a way better leader of the X-Men than she was a leader of the Morlocks.

    Cyclops was a way better leader of the X-Men than he was a husband or father.
    Scott is a great father, just ask Cable he turned out fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflykyss View Post
    hunny don't get it twisted. stop with playing the victim. storm has been trolled over and over again. you don't see storm fans baiting other characters. however, when a post by cbr is made questioning Cyclops ability to lead and be a hero is created and a discussion thread is made to discuss CBRs blog his fans want to get all in their feels. so to me it's quite sad that when a genuine thread is made people want to cry foul when it's geared toward the character they like. (some) Cyclops fan will go on and on talking about how bad storm is at this and that but as soon as a legitimate one is created (which the source being cbr) his fan want to cry foul. that's an egregious double standard and it's misleading to say it is storm fans are constantly denigrating Cyclops because it's the opposite that is true.
    Well, your thread about how Cyclops is a dissapointment is old than this, so you started it.

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