New Mutants #3

Writer: Christina Weir, Nunzio Defilippis Artist: Kieron Grant Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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Dani Moonstar recruits a new student for Xavier's school for mutants. But would she have agreed to do it if she knew the secret Professor X was keeping from her?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 29, 2003

    This series is off to a bit of a slow start, but if it manages to hold a sizeable fan-base into the second arc, I suspect the reward will be a title with a very solid, well defined cast of characters, and it will be far easier to take an active interest, in the young cast, who look to be made up entirely of new, never seen before characters. I also have to concede that in spite of the somewhat leisurely pace, the material is extremely well put together, as while I did have a bit of a problem with Kevin's rather quick emotional recovery once he arrived at the school, the book does a very strong job of presenting the various tragic moments that have made Xavier's school the ideal location for these young mutants. Plus, speaking as a fan of the original series, I have to say that I rather enjoy the fairly sizeable role that Dani has been given to play in this series, and this issue adds another member of the original cast to the book. I do have to make a minor quibble though, and that is Read Full Review

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