View Poll Results: Who are some of your fav New Mutants?

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  • Dani Moonstar

    127 61.95%
  • Sunspot

    101 49.27%
  • Magik

    145 70.73%
  • Karma

    69 33.66%
  • Cannonball

    77 37.56%
  • Wolfsbane

    62 30.24%
  • Cypher

    53 25.85%
  • Warlock

    43 20.98%
  • Magma

    47 22.93%
  • Boom-Boom

    48 23.41%
  • Rictor

    55 26.83%
  • Blink

    32 15.61%
  • Strong Guy

    16 7.80%
  • Rusty

    10 4.88%
  • Skids

    21 10.24%
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    Quote Originally Posted by gambitxremy View Post
    Zen wells new mutants run was amazing it finally let the new mutants grow up
    YUS!!!!
    I loved Deadly Dougie too.

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    Zen wells run had the greatest Moonstar panel

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    everyone had really cool moments in that run, karma mass possesion to defeat doug, dani's preserverance, cannonball making some tough calls, roberto's beard etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fokken View Post
    YUS!!!!
    I loved Deadly Dougie too.
    If only they remembered his one weakness:bullets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cool Thatguy View Post
    If only they remembered his one weakness:bullets.
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    too soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by davetvs View Post
    Please no to Rosenberg ever returning to an X-Book but I'm not sure why they want to keep Karma and Hellion maimed. I guess for the visual of the robotic limbs? Disability representation? I guess Forge, Cyclops, and Xavier aren't enough.
    What disability does Scott have that relates to the real world? And Xavier’s been walking for about a decade now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tycon View Post
    What disability does Scott have that relates to the real world? And Xavier’s been walking for about a decade now.
    He has a severe case of color blindness

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    Karma likes her robo leg, she can upgrade it with a margarita maker and throw it over dinner tables when hoes say shes fake while screaming "THE ONLY FAKE THING ABOUT MYSELF IS THIS"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havok83 View Post
    He has a severe case of color blindness
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    Such a hard life.

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    Yeah I don't see what's the problem with Karma and Hellion's bodies either. Disabled heroes r the coolest

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    I can see Karma and Hellion’s situation with possibly wanting or not wanting to be reborn into bodies with full limbs being explored in X-Factor. But I don’t get why it’s so important that Karma have both her legs back or Hellion have his hands. What does it add to either of those characters that these major changes are reversed?



    Quote Originally Posted by Havok83 View Post
    He has a severe case of color blindness
    Well............you’re not wrong. It’s very, very severe.
    Last edited by Tycon; 04-07-2020 at 05:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thirteen View Post
    Zeb Wells accomplished what most writers don’t even attempt: he wrote a compelling and badass Doug Ramsey that was not dependent on symbiosis with Warlock.

    Yeah, I love Cypher who is able to do physiccal hand-to-hand combat without Warlock but Hickman has ignored this body language power of his or maybe Hickman hasn't read Zeb's New Mutant issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davetvs View Post
    Please no to Rosenberg ever returning to an X-Book but I'm not sure why they want to keep Karma and Hellion maimed. I guess for the visual of the robotic limbs? Disability representation? I guess Forge, Cyclops, and Xavier aren't enough.
    I think it's to distinguish her from other Asian X-Man like Armor but Karma already has her signature purple aura and band around her head.



    So there's no excuse for not giving her leg back when you have omega healers there.
    Last edited by ericng; 04-08-2020 at 03:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericng View Post
    Yeah, I love Cypher who is able to do physiccal hand-to-hand combat without Warlock but Hickman has ignored this body language power of his or maybe Hickman hasn't read Zeb's New Mutant issues.

    What's potentially interesting is if his mutant power isn't just to *read* any language, but to communicate in any language. I have no idea if this is the case (I don't remember if he can traditionally speak an unfamiliar language, and not just understand it when it's spoken), but if this is the case, his new capacity to 'read body language' could be expressed as also the ability to *lie* in body language, as in to send all sorts of false tells to a trained martial artist, so that they are trying to block attacks that he's totally not doing, and leaving them wide open to attacks that they never saw coming, for all their superior training, experience or ability.

    If he could do something like this, he'd be super-frustrating to fight, for any experienced or veteran warrior, even in a style or weapon technique he's literally never seen before, as his 'stance is a lie.' They'd find out that they have a better chance fighting him *with their eyes closed!*

    In some alternate universe, there's a new Swordsman. His style is strange, he almost seems untrained, and yet he's unbeatable, nearly impossible to hit, or to block his own attacks, even though he moves with merely human speed and strength, and sometimes seems utterly unfamiliar with standard techniques of swordsmanship. Eventually he'll take his mask off, and be revealed as Doug Ramsey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sutekh View Post
    What's potentially interesting is if his mutant power isn't just to *read* any language, but to communicate in any language. I have no idea if this is the case (I don't remember if he can traditionally speak an unfamiliar language, and not just understand it when it's spoken), but if this is the case, his new capacity to 'read body language' could be expressed as also the ability to *lie* in body language, as in to send all sorts of false tells to a trained martial artist, so that they are trying to block attacks that he's totally not doing, and leaving them wide open to attacks that they never saw coming, for all their superior training, experience or ability.

    If he could do something like this, he'd be super-frustrating to fight, for any experienced or veteran warrior, even in a style or weapon technique he's literally never seen before, as his 'stance is a lie.' They'd find out that they have a better chance fighting him *with their eyes closed!*

    In some alternate universe, there's a new Swordsman. His style is strange, he almost seems untrained, and yet he's unbeatable, nearly impossible to hit, or to block his own attacks, even though he moves with merely human speed and strength, and sometimes seems utterly unfamiliar with standard techniques of swordsmanship. Eventually he'll take his mask off, and be revealed as Doug Ramsey!
    Me: Swooning.

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