Punchy wrote:Thankfully, Phil Noto is anything but messy, and his art here was top quality, I would love to see him on this book permanently, he’s a great fit.
I was mainly interested in this story to see how Remender was writing Captain Britain, as his take on him here seems different from how he’s using him in Secret Avengers, does one story take place before the other?
He wasn't in it for very long and the way that I took it was simply a man mourning the loss of his brother. They were still in Otherworld at the time, so I don't think that much time had passed. Any differences in his personality can simply be explained at the grief he must feel, especially since he couldn't do anything to stop his sister from using his body to murder their brother.
Psylocke being unable to feel sorrow is an interesting development, and it should make her much more lethal in service of the team, but it’s sad to see her like this. At least she got laid though, good on ya Fantomex!
I have never been what you would call a fan of Psylocke but I am definitely interested in this turn of events. While I know that there have been some feelings that have developed between Psylocke and Fantomex, I am curious if her decision to basically offer herself to him isn't directly related to the fact that she can no longer fill sorrow. Its not like she has the capacity to regret doing it later anymore.