New Mutants #12

Writer: Nunzio Defilippis, Christina Weir Artist: Khary Randolph Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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The mysterious homeless girl seen around Salem Center turns out to be a powerful mutant - but convincing her to come to the Xavier Institute could be a dangerous task!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 6, 2004

    I have to confess I'm getting a bit sick of reviewing this book, as it's not that the book is all that bad but rather it has seemed like no sooner have I finished writing up a review for one issue, when I find myself stuck with another one to review. I mean this is not a book that is engrossing enough that I want to see it on a weekly basis, and I'll be glad when it shifts back to a regular shipping schedule. It also doesn't help matters much that the issues are pretty similar in tone, as the past few issues have all been about getting the ducks in a row before the book is relaunched, and the lack of any real engrossing character revelations, or exciting action is starting to leave me questioning whether it might not be for the best if I was to simply make a clean break of it and leave the relaunched book on the stands. Now longtime New Mutant readers might want to take note of the fact that Rahne's powers are back, and that she looks to have gained some measure of control of them, so Read Full Review

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