Wood: "It's not off and doing its own thing (like my 'X-Men' was last year)," "Taking one as an example, Psylocke is up to a lot over on 'Uncanny X-Force,' obviously, and it's going to clash with what she's doing here. She's going to struggle to keep it separate, since her role or mandate here is different. But that just makes for great stories, great character moments. One of the best things, I feel, about my previous run on 'X-Men' was how the characters were pulled in different directions, they had to make choices and pick sides and reconcile loyalties. It'll keep things interesting, and will give readers a more complex character."