New Mutants Vol. 2 #13

Writer: Nunzio Defilippis, Christina Weir Artist: Khary Randolph Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 13, 2004

    This issue feels a bit like one of those reunion shows that they release a decade or two after a series has gone off the air, where you come to realize that the magic has long since dissipated and the reunion is little more that a bid to cash in on an idea that worked in the past. I mean New Mutant fans aren't going to walk away from this issue all that pleased by this issue's rather mundane adventure involving the old team, and based on their unengaging use in this issue I can't really imagine there being much demand from newer fans to see these characters again, as frankly I grew up slavishly following the adventures of this group, and after this issue I found my interest in seeing them get back together was actually decreased. Now there are some nice little moment that show me the writers have read the old issues, as we see Sam makes an attempt to comfort Rahne, and one has to love the fact that Bobby is still operating under the delusion that he's god's gift to women. However, the Read Full Review

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