"New Mutants" continues to be a dependable comic, and now free of its crossover with "Journey into Mystery" (and also not getting yanked into "Avengers vs. X-Men," for those who need a break of those tie-ins), it's a nice moment to check the book out for yourself if you're interested. It might not be overly flashy or attention-grabbing, but "New Mutants" is fun to read, and that's just what the doctor ordered. Read Full Review
It's awful that this has become a reason for giving a book a thumbs down, but in today's economy where Marvel is double-shipping the majority of their titles and you really have to pick and choose between what's really great and what you're possibly buying just because (insert reason here), “New Mutants” doesn't offer anything particularly striking from anyone. The New Mutants haven't really been “new” in who knows how long, and there's just no major reason to read the book unless you're a) a diehard fan of the New Mutants, b) a diehard fan of Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, or c) a diehard fan of Leandro Fernandez. If you don't fall into any of those categories, now would be just as good a time as any to jump ship if you haven't already. Read Full Review
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