Someone working on this wave seems to have a hard on for Cyclops’ family, we’ve got his wife, Jean Grey (Phoenix), his son from the future, Cable, and his brother, Havok. There isn’t a Cyclops, but we got one in the first wave of X-men with Jubilee and there is one in the next wave coming in 2017. He’s Cyclops’ younger brother in the comics but older brother in the movies, though this is a decidedly comic book design.
He definitely doesn’t have the most amazing design for a super hero. There’s nothing complicated going on here, he’s a dude in spandex with a funky helmet. It’s a pretty well done figure, he’s just a little on the boring side.
He does have a pretty cool power, though not really any good way to portray it in toy form. He absorbs energy and re-releases it. As he absorbs energy he gives on energy waves, for the figure this is depicted using these attachable bubble effects. These are similar to the circular effects we’ve seen a lot lately with Doctor Strange and Scarlet Witch, though it’s not the same effect piece. Also, given how his power work, I find they work best attached higher up on his arms than on his wrists, since it looks more like he’s “emanating energy”.
Considering Hasbro seems to be against including things like fireball effects with these figures, there’s not much else he could have come with to make him more exciting. Articulation is decent, though if you put the effects higher up on the arms things can get a little limited.
I do like his design though. He’s pretty basic but the effect parts work pretty well and there’s something elegant about his design despite it’s blandness.