Last edited by Psycwave; 05-02-2014 at 11:52 AM.
Totally. She hogs all the action and Wood's pretty creative with her. Dialogue-wise, she's all fun and doesn't offend.
Yes! She's honestly the only one in the book actually doing interesting things and seems to be the most competent.
Who has been writing the more interesting Psylocke, Spurrier or Wood?
Wood is clearly having a lot of fun with her and as a result she's enjoyable in his book. However the bulk of what he's done with her so far is mostly feats and new uses of her powers.
That one issue of Spurrier's X-Force that was centered on her was amazing and really developed her character.
I'll start reading, thanks!
Is the last X-Force book good? I left off after she was flying her car home drunk. I just forgot it existed, which maybe gives me my answer. But I've been rereading Remender's X-Force and I picked up this X-Force's Betsy issue, and I can't get enough.
For me, Wood's has been more interesting so far, on the merit of how long he's had her.
But Spurrier's already done great stuff. I didn't like her being Ms. Pissy Pants the first issues, but he made sense of it with her conflict with/and acceptance of her bloodlust. Made quick sense of it I might add, a most appreciated feat.
cib, UXF got much better after that arc. The third tpb collects the final arc and the crossover with CAXF.