Apoth finally begins to reveal his origins to Psylocke in Fallen Angels #4. Plus he has even bigger plans for Cable than previously imagined. Using the cyber drug, Overclock, Apoth is using children to get the attention of Psylocke and her team. And not wanting to risk more harm to the children, they have to rush into situations without much information on their enemy. But unless they push forward, they may never know the truth, and Apoth will just destroy the kids anyway.
This series has been dark, mysterious and pretty creepy. That continues here but at least there is a good amount of movement of the plot forward. I’m really struggling to like this take on Laura Kinney after really enjoying the recent X-Men Red and X-23 series. And I’m not really sure what is going on with this series. It has started fairly slow, but has no issues in February or March. #5 and #6 are out in January so this could be a fairly short series. If it does end in January, I hope it goes big for the finale. I like Hill normally but this hasn’t been a good series for me. Kudranski’s art has been really good. Maybe a little too dark and gritty but mostly good.
Fallen Angels - Marvel
from: Things From Another World
|Writer: Bryan Edward Hill||Artist: Szymon Kudranski|
|Colors: Frank D’Armata||Letters: Joe Sabino|
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