Nunzio DeFilippis Christina Weir Keron Grant
- Title: New Mutants, vol. 1: Back to School
- Author: Nunzio DeFilippis Christina Weir Keron Grant
- ISBN: 9780785112426
- Page: 224
- Format: Paperback
Moonstar, Karma, Magma, and Wolfsbane the former X Men in training who helped define a generation are back But what happens when these New Mutants find out Professor 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 help prepare the next generation of New X Men Collects New MutaMoonstar, Karma, Magma, and Wolfsbane the former X Men in training who helped define a generation are back But what happens when these New Mutants find out Professor 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 help prepare the next generation of New X Men Collects New Mutants 1 6.
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Dani Moonstar is sent out into the world to recruit troubled young mutants, whose powers are just emerging, for Xavier’s school.If you’re familiar with the X-Men in any medium, you’ll know that’s the classic X-Men setup. In fact, Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir’s New Mutants is an ironically old-school X-Men comic! And yet, despite its unoriginality, I thought this was the best X-Men book I’ve read in years because it’s written so well. Part of that is the back-to-basics appro [...]
So good! And very entertaining! Haven't read comics in such a long time, feels good to take a mini break from novels <3
This was the first comic I've ever read and I LOVED it! The characters were great and I'm really excited to see what comes next.
Continuing the great x-read of 2017…There was one word that kept coming to me over and over as I read this volume: Heartwarming. The original New Mutants characters feel like comfortable old friends to me and it is obvious that the writers of this series have the same familiarity, the same love for them as I do. They are treated with care, with utmost respect for where they’ve come from, who and where they’ve been.Really, it is all about the characters. This volume doesn’t have a lot of [...]
Okay, okay, okay.You should know that I am very specific on the type of illustrations I enjoy and it kinda affects my general enjoyment of the novel.Having said that, I'm not the biggest fan of the illustrations.However, I enjoyed the new (for me and everyone) characters, even if I don't have the necessary background to enjoy it more, and I wish to continue with this storyline.I decided to pick this volume based on THIS guide and eventually and stealthily reach the current Death of X issues that [...]
Feels galore for the next generation of mutants! <3 I just love this whole series!Former New Mutant Dani Moonstar returns to Xavier School as a teaching staff and recruits the next generation of New Mutants, later rebranded as the New X-Men. Here, we meet new and awesome characters! Enter Wind Dancer, Prodigy, Wallflower, Wither, Elixir, and Surge! Aside from them, there are also the other students such as Hellion, Mercury, Anole, and Rockslide.This is an amazing series that introduces new ch [...]
I've always struggled to get into the X-Men world (both the movies and the comics) but when I saw the cover of this collection of New Mutants, I knew I needed to try it. It's just so utterly gorgeous, and I love the art style.However, this art style is only featured during the first four pages and for each of the six covers of the six issues featured in this collection. The rest of the art is rather brash, and the shading is a bit uncomfortable - I got used to it as it went on, but compared to w [...]
Um. Wolfsbane is on the cover and in description but nowhere in this collection. Obviously an attempt to recreate the teen book of the original X-Men or of course New Mutants. I've only ever read things featuring Moonstar post M-Day, so it's nice to finally read some of her as a mutant. The art is that cartoony whimsy style that I've really started to enjoy recently. I used to prefer more traditional style but this has started to really catch my attention. I think there is something solid about [...]
dos cosas buenas: mutantes y New Mutantslas cosas demasiado buenas: aparecen por primera vez: Laurie, Sofia, Josh, David y Nori historia es como otra de mutantes que manifiestan sus poderes, pero vista desde otra perspectiva.Laurie le teme demasiado a sus poderes de control de feromonas; Josh juega con sus poderes; Julian se cree superior por tenerlos; Sofia no los ama ni los odia, le da completamente lo mismo tenerlos; Nori no puede siquiera meterse en una bañera porque se electrocuta; David d [...]
Another in a slew of pretty good with young superheroes that I've been reading from Marvel. I started this to get some background on Anole (I can never get enough of young gay heroes), but was surprised to find that I was drawn in by the other characters as well. This would have garnered four stars if the art wasn't too sloppy sometimes. Nevertheless, if you can look past the lackluster illustrations this is a book with a lot of heart and even more character.
The characters introduced in this story arc, as well as their abilities, are interesting. It was odd seeing Professor X walking, possibly due to some event that transpired prior to this story. The artwork could use a little work, but it did not ruin the story. At one point, a mutant reads a book written by J.R.R. Tolkien, and I was curious about which one it was. An interesting introduction to new mutant characters.
A nice setup to a series that didn't get much of a chance. I have always liked the "New teen heroes learning how to use their powers", and this book did a good job of introducing the characters, setting up the situation and giving enough story hooks to last for a while. On its own, unsatisfying, but as a pilot, it did it's job.
Conseguí los #1 y 3 de Panini a muy buen precio, así que será cuestión de encontrar el #2 para tener completa esta saga USA y leerme toda de corrido. También tengo el #6 (USA 11 y 12), pero no creo que to-readee el libro que lo contiene hasta no tener un par más de números al menos.
Re-boot of the New Mutants series with some origins for All New X-men, such as Prodigy, and Elixir. A very slow read, and if it were not for the origins of known characters this would have been a 2 star book.
It would have been better if the art was bit let juvenile. Most of the characters stare blankly into space when they should be showing emotion. The writing, however, was surprisingly good. Still, it was obvious written for a younger crowd than most of the other x-titles.
Read it twice.
Decent story, but it is worth pointing out that only 2 of the 5 advertised characters even appear. The art is fairly juvenile, but the story is enjoyable enough.
I LOVE THE NEW MUTANTS SO MUCH. OMFG. I can't even decide which character I love the most because they are all unique in their own ways; I utterly appreciate the diversity!
Ugh The copy I had was missing pages so the ending was ruined for me. The artwork was choppy and nothing like the cover which is amazing
I'm not sure if die-hard New Mutants fans will likes this new series, but it seems pretty sweet to me so far.I'll read anything with a Josh Middleton cover. hubba hubba ;)
New class, new recruits and all the struggles and heart aches that comes with being different yet unique.
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