New Mutants #1
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New Mutants #1

Writer: Nunzio Defilippis, Christina Weir Artist: Kieron Grant Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
6.0Critic Rating
5.5User Rating

The original New Mutants return! But what happens when these "new" mutants find out Prof. Xavier's up-and-coming students think of them as the "Old Mutants"? Former students become the teachers as the old guard is asked back to teach and train the next generation of X-Men!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 4, 2003

    A bit of a slow start to this series, and truth be told Sofia's story is hardly breaking new, unexplored ground. Now it's a well crafted story, and by the end we have a character who is nicely defined, both in the power that she controls, and the frustration that she feels at being removed from an environment where she was loved, into one where she's rejected at every turn. The latter half of the issue also manages to nicely establish the role that the members of the original New Mutants will likely play, as Dani Moonstar steps in to offer up an invitation to our young mutant when she lashes out at the world, and manages to get herself thrown in jail. Still, I'm a little concerned that the opening six-seven issues are going to be basically the same plot, as Dani makes her way about the country rescuing young mutants who will make up the team. Plus, it doesn't help that this is a plot that has been seen many times before in the X-books, and fans of the original series might be a little Read Full Review

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