The character of Scott Summers, aka Cyclops, has long been a staple of Marvel Comics.
Created by the iconic duo of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Scott would debut in September 1963 as one of the original members of the X-Men. Positioned as the leader of Charles Xavier's merry band of mutants, Cyclops was the poster boy for what the X-Men stood for.
He's one of the top dogs of the X-Men - an X-Men team who would eventually go on to become the hottest act in the world of comic books at one point in time - but Cyclops has become almost a figure of mockery amongst readers over the years.
For a number of reasons, people have often struggled to embrace Cyclops as anything but an annoyance, to the point where some readers flat-out hate the guy. And to be fair to those who have their issues with Cyclops, it's not like Scott has always been an easy guy to get behind.
Taking a look back through his storied history then, here's a breakdown of just why the Cyclops character has been a major turn-off for fans across the decades.