The X-Force Love Triangle: Who's Right for Psylocke?

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#51 Posted by misspresh (40 posts) - - Show Bio

Never really liked the Pyslocke/Archangel coupling, so going to have to go with Fantomex on this one :)

#52 Posted by CATPANEXE (9366 posts) - - Show Bio

Single and all males should be nothing more than dogs at her beck and and command, be the Warren, Phantomex or whoever.

#53 Posted by The Velvet Rabbit (262 posts) - - Show Bio
@Peregrine said:
How much love can the two share? Yeah at first they were a great couple like Scott and jean used to be, but then Archangel nearly wrecked her car when he caught Psylocke taking Neal Shaara for a joyride and accused her of having an affair, and then dumped her shortly after. Then he went the jailbait route with Husk as soon as she died and said he loved her. And now that she's back he's back with her (tho he never paid her the slightest attention for a while after her resurrection). Dont like the way Remender is writing Betsy..first he seems to have forgotten that Psylocke has some telekinetic powers that he never has her use (why the hell wouldn't she just wrap the bomb in a tk forcefield instead of trying to dismantle it by hand) and now he's forgotten that those two have been over for a while. And I hate fantomex..put Besty with Logan..i've always thought the mutant ninja should get with the mutant samurai (Wolverine's daughter in the MC2 universe has "Psi-claws" hint hint)
I agree with you in everything except the Logan part.   seriously, I can hardly count how many dozens of people have gotten some Wolverine action - for a loner, he sure gets around.... 
 
I'd take those two over her and Fantomex, though - it's a fun idea to mess with, but I can't possibly see it lasting, what with the whole dashing French rogue motif.   but yeah, Warren and Betsy have been out of the game for a long time.   then again, I think Rick Remender was just being adamant about getting it in there, so it was bound to happen. 
 
and I never got that either - I know Elektra has psychic powers - but seriously, her and Logan have a kid and her power is 'psi-claws'?   apparently even natural selection has a funny way of marketing characters. 
 
@CATPANEXE said:
Single and all males should be nothing more than dogs at her beck and and command, be the Warren, Phantomex or whoever.
now you're speakin' my language   :P
#54 Posted by Lovingdamnation (123 posts) - - Show Bio

It's pretty messed up that Fantomex is onlybetter for Betsy because her current is infected with a virus that makes him want to bring about an end to all things.

#55 Posted by The Black Hood (88 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't see her with Fantomex at all.  Writing her as hating him for his arrogance and lack of morals and then suddenly falling for him is simply pandering to teenage boys.  Psylocke is one my favorite comic characters and I was never happy with her and Angel, but I was certainly a ton happy with that arrangement than her being with that ass-hat Fantomex.

#56 Posted by Jayso4201 (551 posts) - - Show Bio

Whether it has been said or not there is only one man in the world for Psylocke:  
 
 
 
 
 ME!
#57 Posted by caladbolglight (90 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't like love triangles, and I find that Marvel potentially uses them to far to often, though it is fun to have a bit of drama occasionally in a comic. I love the series, since it's been consistently amazing issue after issue, blend of plot, action, character development, and so on and so forth. However, Remender seems to be putting a bit TOO MUCH romance in the comic. Recently we had Wolverine hook up with the Jean Grey from Age of Apocalypse, which was neat, but then Fantomex and Psylocke locked lips a good 10 pgs after! Overusing something much. While I think that it's cool to have a bit of underlying romance, I hope that it doesn't become a major part of this series. It frankly doesn't need it. Having Fantomex casually flirting with Psylocke when she has her problems with Archangel is all good fun, but imagine how the quality of the comic would change if Fantomex and Psylocke actually got serious??

#58 Posted by likalaruku (759 posts) - - Show Bio

If a relationship doesn't have ribaldry in it, it doesn't interest me, that's how cliche romance is.

#59 Posted by Iron Fist Angel (222 posts) - - Show Bio

With my name and avatar you'd think my answer would be obvious but I don't really care. Honestly, this love triangle crap is boring to me. I know this kind of thing has been a staple in my beloved comics since the beginning but it still doesn't interest me.

#60 Edited by RazielWraith (578 posts) - - Show Bio

Love triangles... is this all that writers in Marvel and DC can do these days??? Too many women in the X-Men group are too easy to get into bed. And for dumb reasons.

#61 Posted by thanobomb1124 (2000 posts) - - Show Bio

profesor x will show her the way (mentaly that is) : )

#62 Posted by Squares (3124 posts) - - Show Bio

Nobody, crazy cat lady Psylocke all the way!

#63 Posted by GT-Man (4054 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm voting for TEAM ANGEL! 

#64 Posted by CWB (54 posts) - - Show Bio

@ZombiePie: @ZombiePie said:

This is bugging me but the third image has a typo in the comic (not the article). It is not that big of a deal as everyone mistakes "were" with "we're," but it is somewhat annoying.

"We're" is short for "we are." i.e. "We are due for a session." Contracted, that would be written, "We're due for a session." Were; verb, a 2nd person singular pt. indicative, plural past indicative, and past subjunctive of be. i.e. "Were you thinking yourself clever to point out the downfall of others on an online forum?"

There is not a typo in this comic.

#65 Posted by daredevil21134 (9097 posts) - - Show Bio

Hawkeye

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