History ComicBook / NewWarriors

15th Jan '17 3:19:49 PM DustSnitch
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* {{Badass}}: every team member gets their moments, but Justice really shines in his BigDamnHeroes moment when he goes toe to toe with several of the Eternals.
23rd Dec '16 5:30:48 PM MitchFox
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* PartyOfRepresentatives: The New Warriors had a team which was not only racially diverse, but also contained a representative of most of the different types of heroes and human types (i.e. Mutants, superhumans, Inhumans, demigods, Atlanteans, clones). This becomes a plot point in the 2014 series as the High Evolutionary tries to use the genetic makeup of each member as a template to help his superweapon target and eliminate all non-pure humans on Earth.



** Neils was abandoned. He ended up in a SHIELD laboratory. When the original Human Torch Jim Hammond found out, the synthezoid adopted the cat.

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** Neils was abandoned.either abandoned or got lost from wandering off. He ended up in a SHIELD laboratory. When the original Human Torch Jim Hammond found out, the synthezoid adopted the cat.
22nd Dec '16 7:40:40 PM Digifiend
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** Neils was abandoned. He ended up in a SHIELD laboratory. When the original Human Torch Jim Hammond found out, the synthezoid adopted the cat.
22nd Dec '16 7:37:29 PM Digifiend
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* ArmourClosetGay: Justice's father. Justice somehow travels back in time and sees that his own father was gay and beaten by his father for it, which is why he later grows up to be abusive to his own son for being a mutant.

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* ArmourClosetGay: ArmouredClosetGay: Justice's father. Justice somehow travels back in time and sees that his own father was gay and beaten by his father for it, which is why he later grows up to be abusive to his own son for being a mutant.
17th Nov '16 5:58:36 PM SilverSupernova
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Before re-forming the New Warriors, [[ComicBook/PetAvengers Speedball's cat]] was seen with his owner and Justice as they leave the Avengers Academy for a road trip. However, as Marvel NOW's New Warriors comic was relaunched, Speedball's cat wasn't brought up again. Presumably, it was left with someone else to look after it.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Before re-forming the New Warriors, [[ComicBook/PetAvengers Speedball's cat]] was seen with his owner and Justice as they leave the Avengers Academy for a road trip. However, as Marvel NOW's New Warriors comic was relaunched, Speedball's cat wasn't brought up again.again (barring the Pet Avengers team-up with Cosmo and Rocket Raccoon in Guardian's Team-Up). Presumably, it was left with someone else to look after it.
27th Aug '16 8:20:25 AM erforce
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* Vance Astrovik / '''Justice''', originally called Marvel Boy. The alternate past version of Major Victory from both GuardiansOfTheGalaxy teams. A mutant with telekinetic powers; he and Firestar dated and were engaged.

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* Vance Astrovik / '''Justice''', originally called Marvel Boy. The alternate past version of Major Victory from both GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy teams. A mutant with telekinetic powers; he and Firestar dated and were engaged.
31st Jul '16 12:40:56 PM nombretomado
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''The New Warriors'' is a team of young superheroes published by the MarvelComics company. Created in the 1990s as Marvel's answer to DCComics' ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'', they were at first, like the Titans, composed mostly of teenage superheroes who had already appeared in other comics, though new characters were added as well. Among their most notable members are:

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''The New Warriors'' is a team of young superheroes published by the MarvelComics company. Created in the 1990s as Marvel's answer to DCComics' Creator/DCComics' ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'', they were at first, like the Titans, composed mostly of teenage superheroes who had already appeared in other comics, though new characters were added as well. Among their most notable members are:
26th Jul '16 6:26:42 PM Someoneman
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26th Jul '16 6:26:30 PM Someoneman
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* TheCape - Justice; see AwesomeMoments for the incident where he proved it.

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* %%* TheCape - Justice; see AwesomeMoments for the incident where he proved it.Justice



* GetOutOfJailFreeCard - Subverted (see Crowning Moment)

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* %%* GetOutOfJailFreeCard - Subverted (see Crowning Moment)Subverted
19th Jun '16 8:28:11 PM nombretomado
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Whilst filming an episode of their reality show, the team entered a fight with several supervillains in Stamford, Connecticut. One of the villains, Nitro[[note]]A former Captain Marvel villain[[/note]], caused an explosion which killed the majority of the team, their camera crew and destroyed several city blocks, including an Elementary School. The New Warriors became the face of superhero negligence and were the catalyst of ''ComicBook/CivilWar''. Speedball survived, but with an [[{{Wangst}} extreme]] case of SurvivorGuilt. The very term "New Warrior" became an insult amongst people who hated Supers, much to the annoyance of the former team members and the majority of the team was forced to register under the Super Human Registration Act & receive formal training; the exceptions being Justice[[note]]Instructor for the Inititave[[/note]], Nova[[note]]Off-world dealing with Nova Corps business[[/note]], Firestar[[note]]Retired[[/note]] and Speedball[[note]]Assumed the identity of Penance and placed on the {{Thunderbolts}} roster[[/note]].

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Whilst filming an episode of their reality show, the team entered a fight with several supervillains in Stamford, Connecticut. One of the villains, Nitro[[note]]A former Captain Marvel villain[[/note]], caused an explosion which killed the majority of the team, their camera crew and destroyed several city blocks, including an Elementary School. The New Warriors became the face of superhero negligence and were the catalyst of ''ComicBook/CivilWar''. Speedball survived, but with an [[{{Wangst}} extreme]] case of SurvivorGuilt. The very term "New Warrior" became an insult amongst people who hated Supers, much to the annoyance of the former team members and the majority of the team was forced to register under the Super Human Registration Act & receive formal training; the exceptions being Justice[[note]]Instructor for the Inititave[[/note]], Nova[[note]]Off-world dealing with Nova Corps business[[/note]], Firestar[[note]]Retired[[/note]] and Speedball[[note]]Assumed the identity of Penance and placed on the {{Thunderbolts}} ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} roster[[/note]].
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