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Soon after his marriage, Sean Cassidy, an Interpol agent, was sent on an Siryn . Theresa's sonic powers emerged at puberty and, a few years later, Wolverine was upset at Deadpool, even after Theresa broke out of her healing tank, but Terry stood by Wade and flew off with him. . Theresa Cassidy (Earth)/ Quotes. Cable & Deadpool, Volume 3 has ratings and 31 reviews. Quotes; Favorite genres; Friends' recommendations; Account settings; Help; Sign out .. Cable sets off to find Skornn and in turn Deadpool, accompanied by Siryn and . Because this story was pivotal to the relationship between these two characters. I can't. "Love is a beautiful thing. When you find it, the whole world smells like daffodil daydream".
Over time, Siryn became the voice of reason and sanity in Deadpool's ear, attempting to sway him to the side of good. She assists him in some of his missions, such as when Deadpool felt he needed some blood from the Hulk in order to cure problems with his own healing powers. She promises him that she would consider progressing their relationship if he continues on the path of good, and once she has her X-Force responsibilities secured.
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Warpath continues to seek Siryn's affections, and makes his dislike for Deadpool clear during a visit to the baseball diamond used in the movie, Field of Dreams. She helps put down a coup in the other dimensional realm of Asgard. She confronts the forces of Onslaught and the interdimensional media mogul known as Mojo.
She even battles S. She also confronts more down to earth problems, particularly alcoholism. Warpath helps her to cope with her drinking problems, and as of recent issues of X-Factor she is leading a sober lifestyle.
There she reunites with old friends such as Multiple Man, Rictor and Cannonballand works for the first time with Monet St. As part of her initial duties for X-Factor Investigations, Siryn investigates the murder of a woman who died in a movie star's penthouse, on behalf of the victim's sister.
Siryn and X-Factor Investigations manages to incriminate the star, and to thwart Singularity Investigation's assassination attempt on Rictor. She was later found and taken hostage by a mentally ill former mutant only to be rescued by Rictor.
Upon hearing of his death, she goes into a state of denialholding to the fact that many X-Men have been believed dead only to later return alive.
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After speaking with Spider-Man, X-Factor gets into contact with Quicksilver and Cyclops' team of X-Men demanding they answer why the reason behind the Decimation was kept secret and defy the registration act. CroixSiryn's relationships become strained with both teammates. After spending a night drinking, Jamie Madrox awakens to learn that he and one of his duplicates slept with Theresa and Monet. The two end up being ambushed, knocked out, and kidnapped by the children's mutant bodyguards, Solo and Clay.
They awake imprisoned, Theresa is tied up with her mouth covered by duct tape to prevent her from using her powers but they both escape and return the children to their grandparents. It is revealed that the entire mission was a ruse by Josef Huber to lure the women away from their X-Factor teammates.
Both Monet and Siryn's mental-based powers negatively affect Huber's mind-control abilities. When she attempts to tell Jamie he mistakenly believes that she wants to quit X-Factor. Monet later helps Theresa realize that she still loves Jamie and attempts to tell Jamie again but Arcade makes his presence known in Mutant Town; which he later destroys.
Val reveals her interest in Theresa's child and during a heated discussion, Theresa's water breaks and she is taken to a hospital. She gives birth to a boy, and they name him Sean after her father, whose death she finally accepts.Siryn Busta & Yelawolf
Just hours after his birth, baby Sean is absorbed into Jamie's body as Jamie holds him, completely against Jamie's will, to the horror of Jamie, Theresa and the rest of X-Factor.
Theresa attempts to save the baby and claws at Jamie's chest to get him back but pops some of her stitches and goes back into surgery. Later Jamie reveals Sean was an "infant dupe", and was absorbed into him as a duplicate would, but a grieving Theresa; filled only with rage declares after breaking Jamie's fingers that she will break his neck next time she sees him.
She disbands the Detroit team, with the remaining members defecting to the New York branch. Reverend Maddox helps Theresa cope with depression and she has a one-night stand with Deadpool. After finally coming to terms with Banshee's death and reconciling her grief, Theresa retired the codename Siryn and takes her deceased father's codename as her own and begins calling herself Banshee in honor of his memory.
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Second Coming, agents of the Mutant Response Division prepare to target Theresa for assassination when she attempts to return to America. When Jamie and Theresa track it down and take it off of the neck of a drunken bar patron, he reveals he is none other than Pip the Troll. Jonah Jameson when an old friend of his is killed. Thinking the murderer may come after him, Theresa acts as his personal bodyguard.
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During a protest, Theresa receives an image of the murderer, who is revealed to be a woman named Ballistique. At that moment, Theresa sees Ballistique talking to J. Jonah Jameson and tries to attack by launching a powerful sonic scream at her but due to Ballistique's close proximity to Jameson, the police think Theresa is attempting to attack Jameson.
The police attempt to stop Theresa by attacking her with their nightsticks but not before she can warn Monet of Ballistique. Monet takes him to the hospital where Theresa attempts to console her.
After the baby is born, it attempts to attack Theresa and Madrox but not knowing it is Rahnes son, Theresa uses one of her screams to blast it away from the duo. The two women decide to take Rahne on a road trip to Reverend John Maddox to help her.
During the trip, Theresa and Lorna bond and develop a friendship. Pairing up with Havok, the two investigate the murders. She requests to speak with granddaughter as the grandmother was the first to die.
At first believing the little girl to be a mutant, Theresa soon realizes the girl is not when she summons a Celtic goddess by the name of the Morrigan. The girl attempts to send the Morrigan back but she ignores the girl and takes Theresa; furious that she has been using the name Banshee, one of the many names associated with the Morrigan.
Taking her to a lighthouse, the Morrigan offers Theresa a choice; apologize and worship her or die. Theresa rejects the Morrigans offer and is thrown to her death as her vocal cords had been weakened by the ordeal. Havok turns up just in time to see Theresa falling to her doom when she is rescued by a demon named Jezabel. Havok destroys the lighthouse leaving the Morrigan trapped under rubble. Jezebel advises them the apocalypse is coming and Theresa will have to make a tough choice sometime within the near future; to become part of a race of new gods or perish with the rest of humanity.
Working with Layla, the duo attempt to summon the Morrigan but instead Theresa is teleported to Ireland. Of course, it could be a heartbreaking work of staggering genius and still get lost behind the unbelievably atrocious Liefeld art. I guess you could look at it as a product of its era the early 90s wasn't exactly the golden age but its bad for any era.
Deadpool only shows up for a few pages, so you could easily skip this without missing much, saving your eyes in the process. The Circle Chase miniseries was also written by Nicieza. It's better than New Mutants was speaking of damning with faint praise And it is a pretty good introduction.
Neither has really great art, but it was the 90s.
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And then we come to Deadpool 1. Probably it's included here because nobody would buy this book otherwise. The monthly series is what made Deadpool, in particular Joe Kelly's work on it. For me, it was the only thing really worth reading. And I actually liked the art, for the most part.
McGuinness has a slightly cartoony style that appeals to me, especially with a character like Deadpool.