You know what? I liked it. Cyclops is back. It's our dude. He gets his young self's memories but doesn't really act like Tyke. He's stepping up to save the when the other X-Men fell. I think the way they went about bringing him back fit in the continuity. It wasn't overly dramatic but played off well. My real deep opinion on stuff, I will put in spoilers because some Cyclops fans might be more triggered. So here we go.
My only issue with the writing was the dig at Emma in Kid Cable's little rant, but that was it because Scott said nothing about her. It's him. The beach scene was ok. I think Scott saying he was wrong was handled ok. He basically said he got so caught up and angry at their species being on the brink of extinction that he was kind of blinded by that fact. And now the X-Men are gone and he is going to rebuild the team and set things right. So here is my problem with this. We have one issue out, and I went and unfortunately checked the CBR forum, which I know some of you guys post here and there, but this fandom disappointed me because Rosenberg said somethings about Scott gaining access to the PF and he was wrong and blah blah, but in the meantime, he goes in interviews and him and Brisson actually manage to understand Cyclops really well. I may disagree with that stance on Scott being wrong, but in turn it's more of Scott's self-realization that the road he took and the way things turned out didn't work. And here is this section of the Cyclops fandom completely turning on this guy, who will be our Cyclops writer and just in the preview issue alone has him with a sweet beard and beating up some dudes then goes to get some coffee. So Scott realizes things are in a bad spot, but here is once again at square one to rebuild the team and get back to basics and try again. Yet here we have a decent amount of fans saying he's a crybaby this issue, when he did no such thing except say he was wrong? And is immediately going back to work to save the world and the team? Such a crybaby.
So going forward, we have Scott on a good team, a good team of writers and these guys are putting the X-Men back as a family and are narritively doing it well. It may not be the best, but they are doing it well. And all I see for 5 pages on a forum and some other sites with people doing nothing but complaining because it doesn't follow their own head canon. And if it doesn't follow their own headcanon it automatically sucks, screw the writers, and I'm going to write a mean tweet about it, or make an angry instagram post and if we don't get our way, well me and my friend Mark are gonna riot. This fandom is fickle, don't support the book, don't spend the money, keep your opinions to yourselves then. In the meantime, my boy is back, he is taking charge, and he is back to doing what he does best, saving the day.