History Comicbook / NewMutants

5th Jun '16 8:33:50 PM Phoenixion
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[[caption-width-right:300:Characters from left to right - Mirage, Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Sunspot and Karma (on the second plan). And Professor X's giant flying head.]]




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14th Nov '15 3:59:33 PM nombretomado
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Doug Ramsey was killed, four new team members were added (Rictor, Boom-Boom, Rusty & Skids, from Simonson's own "X-Terminators" team), and things soon fell apart for the team. The fabled (and notorious) RobLiefeld shot some new energy into the book, and a horde of new characters started showing up, as Liefeld's creative energies (there was nothing else like him at the time -- his extreme linework, flashy cyborgs and armoured characters were very unique in the era before the [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks Iron Age Of Comics]]) would quickly overwhelm the pages. A new cyborg character named Cable showed up -- preaching a more [[DarkerAndEdgier militaristic and extreme]] approach to heroics, Moonstar left for Asgard, Rusty & Skids were brainwashed by the new villain team (The Mutant Liberation Front), and the team soon fell into the X-Tinction Agenda, which resulted in the loss of Warlock (to Cameron Hodge's energy-drain) and Wolfsbane (who became a mutate and left to join the new X-Factor).

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Doug Ramsey was killed, four new team members were added (Rictor, Boom-Boom, Rusty & Skids, from Simonson's own "X-Terminators" team), and things soon fell apart for the team. The fabled (and notorious) RobLiefeld Creator/RobLiefeld shot some new energy into the book, and a horde of new characters started showing up, as Liefeld's creative energies (there was nothing else like him at the time -- his extreme linework, flashy cyborgs and armoured characters were very unique in the era before the [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks Iron Age Of Comics]]) would quickly overwhelm the pages. A new cyborg character named Cable showed up -- preaching a more [[DarkerAndEdgier militaristic and extreme]] approach to heroics, Moonstar left for Asgard, Rusty & Skids were brainwashed by the new villain team (The Mutant Liberation Front), and the team soon fell into the X-Tinction Agenda, which resulted in the loss of Warlock (to Cameron Hodge's energy-drain) and Wolfsbane (who became a mutate and left to join the new X-Factor).
4th Nov '15 11:19:55 AM FF32
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*** TheHero[=/=]TheBigBad: Hellion

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*** TheHero[=/=]TheBigBad: TheHero[=/=]BigBad: Hellion
12th Sep '15 8:06:56 AM Phoenixion
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[[caption-width:228:Old school is back to kick some butts]]

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12th Sep '15 8:06:14 AM Phoenixion
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[[caption-width:234: Characters clockwise from the bottom: Anole, Elixir, Hellion, Prodigy, Rockslide, Dust, Gentle, Pixie, Mercury, Surge, X-23 ]]

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7th Sep '15 12:19:52 PM nombretomado
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*** Not so much now in the new run of NewMutants since he seems to have had a decent boost in the scope of his powers.

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*** Not so much now in the new run of NewMutants ComicBook/NewMutants since he seems to have had a decent boost in the scope of his powers.
24th Aug '15 11:50:39 PM 69BookWorM69
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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: In issue number 47 (entitled "My heart for the Highlands"), several of the team find themselves in 14th century Scotland and fight on behalf of Robert the Bruce. Afterward, Doug Ramsey has a question, and the answer implies this trope:

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: In issue number 47 (entitled "My heart Heart for the Highlands"), several of the team find themselves in 14th century Scotland and fight on behalf of Robert the Bruce. Afterward, Doug Ramsey has a question, and the answer implies this trope:
24th Aug '15 11:50:02 PM 69BookWorM69
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--> '''Doug:''' Pardon my asking sir, but--Aren't you afraid of us? We pop up out of nowhere, wielding fantastic powers. You've only our word that we're not deons or worse.

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--> '''Doug:''' Pardon my asking sir, but--Aren't you afraid of us? We pop up out of nowhere, wielding fantastic powers. You've only our word that we're not deons demons or worse.worse.
--> '''Robert the Bruce:''' True Douglas--But any hadesspawn able to assume so young an innocent, an' noble a seeming deserves our respect rather than our fear--for that demon has become more human than most men.
24th Aug '15 11:35:40 PM 69BookWorM69
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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: In issue number 47 (entitled "My heart for the Highlands"), several of the team find themselves in 14th century Scotland and fight on behalf of Robert the Bruce. Afterward, Doug Ramsey has a question, and the answer implies this trope:
--> '''Doug:''' Pardon my asking sir, but--Aren't you afraid of us? We pop up out of nowhere, wielding fantastic powers. You've only our word that we're not deons or worse.
15th Aug '15 8:08:53 AM Ambaryerno
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** [[Comicbook/HouseOfM M-Day]] and a change of creative team in ''New X-Men'' led to the dropping of a number of arcs in that series. Most notably, Wither was attending counseling sessions with Wallflower's father, Sean Garrison (unknowingly), who was planning to take advantage of this connection to gain access to the school and take his daughter back. Although Garrison played a key role during ''House of M'', once the normal universe was restored (and Kyle and Yost took over writing duties) he was never so much as mentioned again, Kevin went through his FaceHeelTurn, and Laurie [[DroppedABridgeOnHim had a bridge dropped on her]].
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