Thursday, September 15, 2011

Uncanny X-Force #15 Art


11 comments:

Matt L said...

Am I the only one who thinks this storyline is starting to drag on? Maybe I'm just impatient.

Toffnut said...

pancakes, anyone?

JD said...

I was starting to get bored with the pacing when they went to the AoA, cause I didn't think Jean would come with them, at least not right away, but I think its picked back up amazingly.

Also...Am I the only one that is ecstatic by the fact that Psylocke is technically no longer wearing her thong? If you look closely her body suit is now connected to her boots. Great job at a new practical uniform, but still keeping her trademark look. I hope it sticks around!!

jarim77 said...

@JD
According to Rick Remender it is her new UXF costume.

JD said...

Awesome!! Thanks for the info.

Rahsaan said...

JD,

ICA! I love the redesign of the costume, and hope it sticks! However, I didn't see an X on her costume, and she should have one... whether it's a little circled X on her chest or a square one on her sash! Question though. Did Akaba give her the new threads!!? I sure don't recall X-Force going home to change first! LOL!

QKC said...

I like the costume & it looks purple too. I love the umbrella attack. No mutant powers needed here! haha

JD said...

Def agree it needs an X symbol on the Sash or something. I sort of wish it had the same kevlar looking material design that they used for her suit in MUA2, just to give it something more. Either way, I'm glad she has something different.

Wendell said...

You will hate me guys, but I still prefer her old bath suit! It was her classic costume for more than one decade... Old but gold

Braxton Garris said...

Wendell,
She will still wear her other suit when working with the X-men.

FSaker said...

Wow, her new X-Force suit is great! And the art in this book keeps getting better (it's amazing how UXF had several artists rotating each arc, yet the art quality was always very good).

Should she get a mask with infra-red lenses like X-23 now? I think it would be great, although I'm already satisfied with her new clothes.