Psylocke

  • Title: Psylocke
  • Author: Christopher Yost Harvey Tolibao David Finch Chris Claremont Jim Lee Scott Williams
  • ISBN: 9780785144397
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Paperback
  • Psylocke Best Download || [Christopher Yost Harvey Tolibao David Finch Chris Claremont Jim Lee Scott Williams] - Psylocke, Psylocke Written by CHRISTOPHER YOSTPenciled by HARVEY TOLIBAOCover by DAVID FINCHPsylocke has returned to the X Men Following the defeat of Madelyne Pryor and her Sisterhood Psylocke travels to Japan to re i
    Psylocke Best Download || [Christopher Yost Harvey Tolibao David Finch Chris Claremont Jim Lee Scott Williams] - Psylocke, Psylocke Written by CHRISTOPHER YOSTPenciled by HARVEY TOLIBAOCover by DAVID FINCHPsylocke has returned to the X Men Following the defeat of Madelyne Pryor and her Sisterhood Psylocke travels to Japan to re i

    • Psylocke Best Download || [Christopher Yost Harvey Tolibao David Finch Chris Claremont Jim Lee Scott Williams]
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    1. The signature Psylocke stories of the 90 s usually involve Spiral and Mojo, who originally gave her electronic eyes and or Matsu o Tsurayaba, her handler and lover when she was the Hand s telepathic ninja pawn So it is not surprising that for Psylocke s solo miniseries, Chris Yost and Harvey Tolibao picked Matsu o as her main antagonist since they have a lot of baggage together.I am of two minds about Psylocke s characterization by Yost here I really like how Yost gave her Britishism and she s a [...]

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    2. Good So after seeing X Men Apocalypse which I actually liked I wanted to learn about Psylocke, and I saw this series in a advert in one of my War Machine comics So the story is a simple, kill the guy who did me wrong in the past story with some twists and turns We get to see some origin story, but just bits and pieces, enough to peek your interest Artwork is beautiful, and fits Psylocke s character quite well Theirs also some twists and turns here and there, which made it feel a bit original a [...]

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    3. Beautiful artwork and an awesome look into one of my most favourite X Men Gives great insight to her past and her demons also makes her relationship with Wolverine interesting and complicated If you re a Psylocke fan, this is a must read.

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    4. Everything about this book was bad writing to art.

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    5. I thought this was mostly pretty cool The art looked good The story was engaging enough with a few twists and turns It added some depth to a character I didn t know much about Most of the background info you might need is provided unless you re just a completely lost individual who doesn t know what an X man or Wolverine is I m not saying this is going to change your life or even be that memorable a few weeks later I m just saying that I enjoyed it You should, too.

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    6. Psylocke has gone through the wringer of bad character choices body switches, robot eyes, connections to Mojo and Spiral, dead once or twice This volume tries to rebuild her a bit, or, at least give her a solid character that can be used in other stories Though, like Gambit, Bishop and just maybe Rogue, Psylocke s best days are behind her.

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    7. Too much bombast and not enough characterization And the storyline isn t helped by the fact that it s not clear what s going on Psylocke is chasing her body around, but with all the body hopping, exactly which body is it And last time I ran across Psylocke, she didn t have the psychic knife any, and had become a telekinetic or something I actually don t remember that well I ve never seen Psylocke handled well as a character, ever The reader gets brief bits of flashback, but they only confuse wha [...]

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    9. When it comes to Psylocke, I will always like it As long as the art is good Here she is out for a bit of revenge Someone she thought she was cool with has destroyed her old body, the last thing she has left of the old life, I assume it was Elizabeth s body but they made it seem like it was Kwannon, maybe it was Well she knows who it is and she wants him dead When she finds him, it turns out to be the guy who killed Wolverine s love in Japan, and Wolvie has been taking little parts of him every y [...]

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    10. Really wanted to like this book with gorgeous art by Tolibao, an awesome and underutilized femme fatale lead, and a ready to kill Wolverine it seemed like it had all the right elements for a great yarn But Christopher Yost really brought some his amateur writing to it Despite the stunning visuals, ninjas, and all the great stuff I d expect from a Psylocke story, Psylocke is a bland TA doll as she goes on a hunt into her past to kill someone from her past Mat suo It s a horrid mess of a story tha [...]

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    11. Psylocke gets another mini The story was kind of basic She wants to say by to her dead body, how odd is that Is this an X Men comic or Ghost Hunters Then she has this ex boyfriend or what ever that destroys her dead body, mind you that Psylocke is still alive, what the hell your probably thinking If you know anything about her, she was originally an English woman, but her mind was transferred into an Asian woman s body I know confusing isn t it Anyway, wolverine comes in and stops her from tryin [...]

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    12. Having missed out on much of the X Men during the Lee period of the 90s, I always wondered about the specifics of Psylocke turning Japanese That story is told as a back up story here, following the collected 4 issue arc of her eponymous limited series which does two things re establishes her as the badass the rest of us knew she was before all this secret ninja body switching stuff way back in Uncanny 212 or 213 the Sabretooth one AND, it has the best Wolverine revenge thing EVER So, there s tha [...]

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    13. So as a graphic novel it probably could have been better it was a simplistic plot with not all that much going on However, it focussed on Psylocke who is just so damn cool I couldn t help but enjoy it It also had some of the most colourful and vivid art I ve seen, the whole thing looked fantastic The characters were done well and it had a nice twist, so any shortcomings were easily ignored It was also very accessible, after a cursory reading on about Psylocke beforehand.

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    14. A nice story giving good focus on the characters of both Psylocke and Wolverine Its biggest problem was that a one or two issue story got dragged out over four issues For once the inclusion of older material seemed particularly relevant here.

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    15. So as a woman I am slightly offended that the cover of this graphic novel had to be a picture of Psylocke s rear end, but it was still a great story line I am a huge Psylocke fan from reading parts of her storyline in X men, so it was nice to read her story all in one place.

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    16. It s alright and has it s moments but lots of it bored me

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    17. Typical revenge story with a dark twist towards the end There s also a bonus three issue story from 1990 added on to fill up the volume.

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    18. Nice story, but artwork is amazing, the fight with Mutsuo is very nice The colors contrast is well done.

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    19. She would be a great character if I didn t have to be worried about how insane her costume is all the time.

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