Scott Summers was the first student recruited to Charles Xavier's school for mutants, and is often referred to as the first X-man. To this day, he remains one of the most iconic, and longest serving, members of the team. Serving initially as the field leader of the team, he eventually became headmaster of the Xavier Institute and, following the events of M Day, the de facto leader of mutants across the world. Although he was initially set up as the successor to Charles Xavier, recent events have led to the character adopting the teachings of X-men villain and rival Magneto, and many fans now read Cyclops as a fusion of the two. After killing Xavier in Avengers Vs X-men, Cyclops became the leader of the mutant revolution in Uncanny X-men. Because Cyclops is such a central character of the X-men, most of his history is well-known. Cyclops has featured in almost every adaptation of the X-men for television, film, and computer games. With so many different versions of the character running around (including an evil version, a female version, and a black version from the American Civil War) there are a lot of misconceptions and mysteries that still surround Cyclops. We've had a look at some of the most common, and uncovered ten facts that almost no one remembers about the character.