• New Mutants #5: Space, The Final Frontier

    New Mutants #5: Space, The Final Frontier0

    In the fifth issue of Jonathan Hickman and Rod Reis’s New Mutants, the team’s space mission encounters real space danger, as the New Mutants go head-to-head with the Shi’ar Death Commandos. Dawn of X’s space saga hurtles ahead and the New Mutants entangle themselves in more interstellar political turmoil than anyone expected from a simple

  • Last Week’s Episode: God’s In Good Hands

    Last Week’s Episode: God’s In Good Hands0

    We’re back! And I say ‘we’ because starting this month this column will be rotating between a few different writers, so you’ll get to sample some new and exciting perspectives into comic book shows, movies, and more.

  • New Mutants #4: Ugh, Nebraska

    New Mutants #4: Ugh, Nebraska0

    In New Mutants #4, the young X-Men assembled by Armor in the previous issue are in trouble in Pilger, Nebraska. In the second issue of this storyline in the Dawn of X title, the young New Mutants face down high stakes with lives on the line, in a straightforward conflict with the villains of this

  • New Mutants #3: Newer than New Mutants

    New Mutants #3: Newer than New Mutants0

    Writer Ed Brisson takes the wheel from Jonathan Hickman in New Mutants #3, kicking off the first earthbound arc of the book with Flaviano, Carlos Lopez, Travis Lanham, and Tom Muller. While Sunspot and the original New Mutants stumble into intergalactic political intrigue off-world, Armor assembles a Krakoan team drawing from multiple generations of newer

  • Adoption Papers for Rahne Sinclair

    Adoption Papers for Rahne Sinclair1

    New Mutants #1, in addition to being a great issue in its own right, had a very important highlight: like other mutants, Rahne Sinclair is alive again. That brings us to an important point of discussion regarding her: She’s ours now. By ‘ours’, of course, I mean that she belongs to trans people. You may

  • Don’t Call Them X-Babies Anymore: New Mutants: War Children #1

    Don’t Call Them X-Babies Anymore: New Mutants: War Children #10

    New Mutants: War Children #1 Chris Claremont (writer), Clayton Cowles (letterer), Bill Sienkiewicz (artist), Chris Sotomayor (colorist) Marvel Comics September 25, 2019 In the 1980s, Bill Sienkiewicz, artist on The New Mutants, Moon Knight, Elektra: Assassin, and other titles, was putting art on spinner racks that looked like nothing Marvel had ever sold before. Stylistically,