Thursday, January 28, 2010

X-Men: Legacy #232 Art

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonderful issue. The characters really shone here, and Mann's art is superb - classic, fluid, and expressive.

Anonymous said...

I think maybe when she returned to her original body, it sort of "reset" her a bit. No more reality-warping immunity and telepathic muteness.

She got her telepathy back, and her telekinesis has become limited (although i hope she keeps a degree of it since it really accentuates her fighting abilities).

Adam said...

I really enjoyed this issue. It's been a while since I've seen the X-men in a fight this suspenseful and the characters were spot on.

I really wouldn't mind seeing Carey writing both books, or being the principal writer rather than doing supplemental stuff. It's not that I dislike Fraction, I just find Carey does a better job of featuring multiple characters and preserving their unique voices.

Kike Galván said...

relamente me encanto, ahora solo me preocupa saber que va a pasar con su brazo :S... btw estoy de regreso

centurion said...

@Adam - I agree. Carey is definitely a more compelling writer. Betsy is well represented in this issue. I haven't gotten mine yet, but look forward to reading it.

centurion said...

Is it me or is Blindfold hot?

Anonymous said...

Um... that zombie hand better be in her mind...

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't it be great if Betsy still had her immunity from telepathy and being altered and that she is just tricking Proteus into thinking that he is messing with her so she can gauge the situation before acting? I doubt that it will be the case, but it would be a very Psylocke thing to do.

Kike Galván said...

@centurion, HI i'm back!!! like Betsy but less hotterJAJAJA just kiddin' i'm back from death

centurion said...

@Kike Galvan - Good to see you back! Betsy's very hot :)