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Published March 1983 by Marvel
Initiation!
Chris Claremont
Bob McLeod
Bob McLeod (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball [Sam Guthrie]; Karma [Xi'an Coy Manh] (origin); Psyche [Danielle Moonstar]; Sunspot [Roberto DaCosta]; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]; Henry Peter Gyrich (villain); Stevie Hunter; Moira MacTaggert; Illyana Rasputin; Gabrielle Haller (introduction)
"Initiation!" The New Mutants get acclimated to their new home, new talents, new friends, and new teachers, unaware that they are being watched; Moira learns that Professor X has a son; and Psyche is attacked in the Danger Room by an unknown assailant.
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Published March 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Initiation!
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Bob McLeod
Cover Art
Bob McLeod (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball [Sam Guthrie]; Karma [Xi'an Coy Manh] (origin); Psyche [Danielle Moonstar]; Sunspot [Roberto DaCosta]; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]; Henry Peter Gyrich (villain); Stevie Hunter; Moira MacTaggert; Illyana Rasputin; Gabrielle Haller (introduction)
Storyline
"Initiation!" The New Mutants get acclimated to their new home, new talents, new friends, and new teachers, unaware that they are being watched; Moira learns that Professor X has a son; and Psyche is attacked in the Danger Room by an unknown assailant.
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Published March 1984 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Doug Ramsey

School Daysze
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Bret Blevins (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball; Magma [Amara] (joins the New Mutants); Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Kitty Pryde (guest-star); Sebastian Shaw (villain); Henry Peter Gyrich (villain); Sentinels (villain); Stevie Hunter; Lilandra; Doug Ramsey (introduction); Val Cooper
"School Daysze" Magma arrives at the school; Kitty and her friend/computer whiz Doug Ramsey gain control over a government-owned Sentinel; Kitty feuds with the New Mutants; Prof. X worries about Sunspot and Wolfsbane; Magma begins to cope with her new responsibilities.
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Published March 1984 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Doug Ramsey

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School Daysze
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Bret Blevins (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Magma [Amara] (joins the New Mutants); Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Kitty Pryde (guest-star); Sebastian Shaw (villain); Henry Peter Gyrich (villain); Sentinels (villain); Stevie Hunter; Lilandra; Doug Ramsey (introduction); Val Cooper
Storyline
"School Daysze" Magma arrives at the school; Kitty and her friend/computer whiz Doug Ramsey gain control over a government-owned Sentinel; Kitty feuds with the New Mutants; Prof. X worries about Sunspot and Wolfsbane; Magma begins to cope with her new responsibilities.
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Published June 1984 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of James Proudstar and the Hellions

Away Game!
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Tom Mandrake (signed)
Cannonball; Magik; Magma; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; GS: Kitty Pryde (guest-star); Emma Frost (villain); Hellions [Catseye (villain, introduction); Empath (villain, introduction); Jetstream (villain, introduction); Roulette (villain, introduction); Tarot (villain, introduction); Thunderbird [James Proudstar] (villain)]; Doug Ramsey
"Away Game!" The New Mutants make a quick retreat and try to free Kitty and Doug by stealth; they are attacked by the Hellions, a group of teenage mutants under the tutelage of the Hellfire Club; Magik rescues Psyche, but the rest of the New Mutants are captured.
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Published June 1984 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of James Proudstar and the Hellions

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Story Title
Away Game!
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Tom Mandrake (signed)
Character Appearances
Cannonball; Magik; Magma; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; GS: Kitty Pryde (guest-star); Emma Frost (villain); Hellions [Catseye (villain, introduction); Empath (villain, introduction); Jetstream (villain, introduction); Roulette (villain, introduction); Tarot (villain, introduction); Thunderbird [James Proudstar] (villain)]; Doug Ramsey
Storyline
"Away Game!" The New Mutants make a quick retreat and try to free Kitty and Doug by stealth; they are attacked by the Hellions, a group of teenage mutants under the tutelage of the Hellfire Club; Magik rescues Psyche, but the rest of the New Mutants are captured.
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Published March 1985 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Cameo Appearance of Legion

The Only Thing to Fear . . .
Chris Claremont
Bill Sienkiewicz
Bill Sienkiewicz (painting, signed)
Professor X [Charles Xavier]; New Mutants [Cannonball [Sam Guthrie]; Magik [Illyana Rasputin]; Mirage [Danielle Moonstar]; Sunspot [Roberto DaCosta]; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]]; Rogue (guest-star); Cloak (guest-star); Dagger (guest-star); Father Michael Bowen; Slick
"The Only Thing to Fear . . ." Professor X talk with Cloak and Dagger, then asks Magik to transport them all to Limbo. Magik and Rogue succeed in Cloak and Dagger's powers from Sunspot and Wolfsbane back to Cloak and Dagger. Cloak and Dagger renew their fight against injustice.
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First Cameo Appearance of Legion

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The Only Thing to Fear . . .
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Bill Sienkiewicz
Cover Art
Bill Sienkiewicz (painting, signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X [Charles Xavier]; New Mutants [Cannonball [Sam Guthrie]; Magik [Illyana Rasputin]; Mirage [Danielle Moonstar]; Sunspot [Roberto DaCosta]; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]]; Rogue (guest-star); Cloak (guest-star); Dagger (guest-star); Father Michael Bowen; Slick
Storyline
"The Only Thing to Fear . . ." Professor X talk with Cloak and Dagger, then asks Magik to transport them all to Limbo. Magik and Rogue succeed in Cloak and Dagger's powers from Sunspot and Wolfsbane back to Cloak and Dagger. Cloak and Dagger renew their fight against injustice.
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Published April 1985 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Full Appearance of Legion

Legion
Chris Claremont
Bill Sienkiewicz
Bill Sienkiewicz (painting, signed)
Professor X; New Mutants [Cypher [Doug Ramsey]; Mirage [Dani Moonstar]; Warlock; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]]; GUESTS: Moira MacTaggert; Jamie Madrox [Multiple Man]; Tom Corsi; Sharon Friedlander; Aleytys
"Legion" Gabrielle Haller's autistic son begins exhibiting telepathic, telekinetic, and pyrotic powers. Professor X and the New Mutants come to help. Wolfsbane encounters Reverend Craig again. Emma Frost gives Empath an ultimatum. Magneto and Aleytys begin a relationship.
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Story Title
Legion
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Bill Sienkiewicz
Cover Art
Bill Sienkiewicz (painting, signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; New Mutants [Cypher [Doug Ramsey]; Mirage [Dani Moonstar]; Warlock; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]]; GUESTS: Moira MacTaggert; Jamie Madrox [Multiple Man]; Tom Corsi; Sharon Friedlander; Aleytys
Storyline
"Legion" Gabrielle Haller's autistic son begins exhibiting telepathic, telekinetic, and pyrotic powers. Professor X and the New Mutants come to help. Wolfsbane encounters Reverend Craig again. Emma Frost gives Empath an ultimatum. Magneto and Aleytys begin a relationship.
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Published April 1986 by Marvel
Aftermath!
Chris Claremont
Rick Leonardi
Art Adams (signed)
Magneto; New Mutants [Cannonball; Cypher [Doug Ramsey]; Karma; Magik [Illyana Rasputin]; Magma; Mirage [Dani Moonstar]; Warlock; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]]; Brightwind; Tom Corsi; Sharon Friedlander; Stevie Hunter; White Queen [Emma Frost]; Empath; Thor; Phillip Ramsey; Sheila Ramsey; Analie Hogarth
"Aftermath!" The New Mutants (except for Mirage and Warlock) are totally shaken by their death and rebirth at the hands of the Beyonder; Emma Frost offers Magneto her aid; Empath attacks Tom and Sharon; Magneto transfers the New Mutants to the Massachusetts Academy.
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Published April 1986 by Marvel

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Story Title
Aftermath!
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Rick Leonardi
Cover Art
Art Adams (signed)
Character Appearances
Magneto; New Mutants [Cannonball; Cypher [Doug Ramsey]; Karma; Magik [Illyana Rasputin]; Magma; Mirage [Dani Moonstar]; Warlock; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]]; Brightwind; Tom Corsi; Sharon Friedlander; Stevie Hunter; White Queen [Emma Frost]; Empath; Thor; Phillip Ramsey; Sheila Ramsey; Analie Hogarth
Storyline
"Aftermath!" The New Mutants (except for Mirage and Warlock) are totally shaken by their death and rebirth at the hands of the Beyonder; Emma Frost offers Magneto her aid; Empath attacks Tom and Sharon; Magneto transfers the New Mutants to the Massachusetts Academy.
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Published November 1986 by Marvel
We Were Only Foolin'
Chris Claremont
Jackson Guice
Barry Windsor-Smith
Magneto; Cannonball; Cypher; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Shadowcat; Brightwind; Analie Hogarth; Larry Bodine (introduction; death)
"We Were Only Foolin'" One of the New Mutants' friends at Salem Center high school receives a note indicating that some of his classmates know that he is a mutant and will call X-Factor; he commits suicide; Shadowcat gives an impassioned speech about prejudice at his memorial.
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Published November 1986 by Marvel

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Story Title
We Were Only Foolin'
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Jackson Guice
Cover Art
Barry Windsor-Smith
Character Appearances
Magneto; Cannonball; Cypher; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Shadowcat; Brightwind; Analie Hogarth; Larry Bodine (introduction; death)
Storyline
"We Were Only Foolin'" One of the New Mutants' friends at Salem Center high school receives a note indicating that some of his classmates know that he is a mutant and will call X-Factor; he commits suicide; Shadowcat gives an impassioned speech about prejudice at his memorial.
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Published January 1987 by Marvel
My Heart for the Highlands
Chris Claremont
Jackson Guice
Barry Windsor-Smith
Magneto; Cannonball; Cypher; Karma; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Magus (villain); Brightwind; Moira MacTaggert; S'ym; Robert the Bruce
"My Heart for the Highlands" The New Mutants regroup in Limbo, but Magus manages to attack them there as well; Magneto and Moira wonder what happened to the New Mutants; Magik teleports the team away "blind," ending up in medieval Scotland, where they meet Robert the Bruce.
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Published January 1987 by Marvel

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Story Title
My Heart for the Highlands
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Jackson Guice
Cover Art
Barry Windsor-Smith
Character Appearances
Magneto; Cannonball; Cypher; Karma; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Magus (villain); Brightwind; Moira MacTaggert; S'ym; Robert the Bruce
Storyline
"My Heart for the Highlands" The New Mutants regroup in Limbo, but Magus manages to attack them there as well; Magneto and Moira wonder what happened to the New Mutants; Magik teleports the team away "blind," ending up in medieval Scotland, where they meet Robert the Bruce.
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Published July 1987 by Marvel
Seduced & Abandoned
Chris Claremont
Rick Leonardi
Rick Leonardi (signed)
Magneto; Cannonball; Cypher; Karma; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Wolfsbane; Viper (villain, behind the scenes); Silver Samurai (villain, behind the scenes); Hellfire Club [White Queen [Emma Frost] (villain); Black Queen [Selene] (villain); Black King [Sebastian Shaw] (villain); Tessa (guest-star)]; Hellions [Catseye (villain); Empath (villain); Jetstream (villain); Roulette (villain); Tarot (villain); Thunderbird [James Proudstar] (villain)]
"Seduced & Abandoned" Cypher dreams that he has been infected by the transmode virus (which, in fact, he has); the New Mutants attend a party at the Hellfire Club, where tensions mount; Selene tells Magma they are related; the New Mutants and Hellions agree to a contest.
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Published July 1987 by Marvel

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Story Title
Seduced & Abandoned
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Rick Leonardi
Cover Art
Rick Leonardi (signed)
Character Appearances
Magneto; Cannonball; Cypher; Karma; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Wolfsbane; Viper (villain, behind the scenes); Silver Samurai (villain, behind the scenes); Hellfire Club [White Queen [Emma Frost] (villain); Black Queen [Selene] (villain); Black King [Sebastian Shaw] (villain); Tessa (guest-star)]; Hellions [Catseye (villain); Empath (villain); Jetstream (villain); Roulette (villain); Tarot (villain); Thunderbird [James Proudstar] (villain)]
Storyline
"Seduced & Abandoned" Cypher dreams that he has been infected by the transmode virus (which, in fact, he has); the New Mutants attend a party at the Hellfire Club, where tensions mount; Selene tells Magma they are related; the New Mutants and Hellions agree to a contest.
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Published September 1988 by Marvel
Promise
Louise Simonson
Bret Blevins
Bret Blevins (signed)
Magneto; New Mutants [Cannonball; Magik; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane]; Spyder (Villain); S'ym; Lila Cheney; Gosamyr; White Queen [Emma Frost] (behind the scenes, on the telephone)
"Promise" Cannonball promises Magneto that he will not use his powers at Lila's concert. Lila is captured by Spyder's slaves, but Cannonball keeps his promise. Gosamyr offers to help the New Mutants rescue her, in exchange for their help in saving her family.
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Published September 1988 by Marvel

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Story Title
Promise
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Bret Blevins
Cover Art
Bret Blevins (signed)
Character Appearances
Magneto; New Mutants [Cannonball; Magik; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane]; Spyder (Villain); S'ym; Lila Cheney; Gosamyr; White Queen [Emma Frost] (behind the scenes, on the telephone)
Storyline
"Promise" Cannonball promises Magneto that he will not use his powers at Lila's concert. Lila is captured by Spyder's slaves, but Cannonball keeps his promise. Gosamyr offers to help the New Mutants rescue her, in exchange for their help in saving her family.
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Published April 1989 by Marvel
The Right Stuff
Louise Simonson
Bret Blevins
Bret Blevins (?)
Magneto; Cannonball; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Illyana Rasputin (formerly Magik); Gosamyr; X-Factor's Ship (guest-star); X-Terminators [Rusty Collins (guest-star); Skids (guest-star); Boom Boom (guest-star); Rictor (guest-star); Artie; Leech (guest-star); Wiz Kid (guest-star)]; Black King [Sebastian Shaw] (guest-star); White Queen [Emma Frost] (guest-star); Black Queen [Selene] (guest-star)
"The Right Stuff" Magneto and Sebastian Shaw come to blows; the X-Terminators invite the New Mutants to X-Factor's Ship; Ship freaks out at Gosamyr; she decides to return home; the New Mutants return to their mansion, but are surprised at what they find.
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Published April 1989 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Right Stuff
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Bret Blevins
Cover Art
Bret Blevins (?)
Character Appearances
Magneto; Cannonball; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Illyana Rasputin (formerly Magik); Gosamyr; X-Factor's Ship (guest-star); X-Terminators [Rusty Collins (guest-star); Skids (guest-star); Boom Boom (guest-star); Rictor (guest-star); Artie; Leech (guest-star); Wiz Kid (guest-star)]; Black King [Sebastian Shaw] (guest-star); White Queen [Emma Frost] (guest-star); Black Queen [Selene] (guest-star)
Storyline
"The Right Stuff" Magneto and Sebastian Shaw come to blows; the X-Terminators invite the New Mutants to X-Factor's Ship; Ship freaks out at Gosamyr; she decides to return home; the New Mutants return to their mansion, but are surprised at what they find.
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Published June 1989 by Marvel
Splash!
Louise Simonson
Rich Buckler; Tom Palmer (finisher)
Rich Buckler (signed)
New Mutants [Cannonball; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Illyana Rasputin]; Brightwind; Namor, the Sub-Mariner (guest-star); X-Factor's Ship (guest-star); X-Terminators [Rusty Collins; Skids; Boom Boom; Rictor] (guest-stars); X-Factor [Cyclops; Marvel Girl [Jean Grey]; Beast; Iceman] (guest-star)
"Splash!" The New Mutants, in search of a home, go to X-Factor's Ship. The X-Terminators find a horn at the bottom of the ocean and blow it. Ship is attacked by an octopus. Sub-Mariner and New Mutants help restore order. X-Factor invites the New Mutants to stay.
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Published June 1989 by Marvel

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Story Title
Splash!
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Rich Buckler; Tom Palmer (finisher)
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
New Mutants [Cannonball; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Illyana Rasputin]; Brightwind; Namor, the Sub-Mariner (guest-star); X-Factor's Ship (guest-star); X-Terminators [Rusty Collins; Skids; Boom Boom; Rictor] (guest-stars); X-Factor [Cyclops; Marvel Girl [Jean Grey]; Beast; Iceman] (guest-star)
Storyline
"Splash!" The New Mutants, in search of a home, go to X-Factor's Ship. The X-Terminators find a horn at the bottom of the ocean and blow it. Ship is attacked by an octopus. Sub-Mariner and New Mutants help restore order. X-Factor invites the New Mutants to stay.
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Published September 1989 by Marvel
Asgard
Louise Simonson
Bret Blevins
Bret Blevins [as BB] (signed)
New Mutants [Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane]; Brightwind; Hela (villain); Valkyries; Eitri
"Asgard" In Asgard, Mirage, who is under Hela's control, flies off on Brightwind to serve her. The New Mutants are captured by dwarves. Cannonball is reunited with their leader, Eitri. Hela sends the Valkyries to attack the New Mutants.
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Published September 1989 by Marvel

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Story Title
Asgard
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Bret Blevins
Cover Art
Bret Blevins [as BB] (signed)
Character Appearances
New Mutants [Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane]; Brightwind; Hela (villain); Valkyries; Eitri
Storyline
"Asgard" In Asgard, Mirage, who is under Hela's control, flies off on Brightwind to serve her. The New Mutants are captured by dwarves. Cannonball is reunited with their leader, Eitri. Hela sends the Valkyries to attack the New Mutants.
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Published October 1989 by Marvel
Curse of the Valkyries
Louise Simonson
Bret Blevins
Bret Blevins (?)
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Rusty Collins; Skids; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Brightwind; Hela (villain); Valkyries (villains); Freedom Force [Avalanche (villain); Blob (villain); Crimson Commando (villain); Mystique (villain); Pyro (villain)]; Eitri; Mist; Wolf Prince
"Curse of the Valkyries" The Valkyries capture the New Mutants and the dwarves; the New Mutants escape, but the dwarves are sent into Hel; Hela separates Valhalla from the rest of Asgard; the team is forced to split up; meanwhile, Freedom Force captures Rusty and Skids.
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Published October 1989 by Marvel

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Story Title
Curse of the Valkyries
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Bret Blevins
Cover Art
Bret Blevins (?)
Character Appearances
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Rusty Collins; Skids; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Brightwind; Hela (villain); Valkyries (villains); Freedom Force [Avalanche (villain); Blob (villain); Crimson Commando (villain); Mystique (villain); Pyro (villain)]; Eitri; Mist; Wolf Prince
Storyline
"Curse of the Valkyries" The Valkyries capture the New Mutants and the dwarves; the New Mutants escape, but the dwarves are sent into Hel; Hela separates Valhalla from the rest of Asgard; the team is forced to split up; meanwhile, Freedom Force captures Rusty and Skids.
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Published November 1989 by Marvel
Faith
Chris Claremont
Louis Williams (pp. 4-24); Terry Shoemaker (pp. 1-3, 25)
Louis Williams [as L W] (signed)
Magma; Empath; New Mutants [Cannonball; Cypher; Karma; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane] (Flashback); Hercules (guest-star); Zeus; Apollo; Ares; other Olympian gods; Jaime Suarez (introduction, death)
"Faith" Magma tells Empath about how she met her god: when she once doubted her faith, Hercules visited her, but she did not believe he was real until he saved a boy from a fire and told him stories all night until he died, a hero, like Jason and the Argonauts.
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Published November 1989 by Marvel

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Story Title
Faith
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Louis Williams (pp. 4-24); Terry Shoemaker (pp. 1-3, 25)
Cover Art
Louis Williams [as L W] (signed)
Character Appearances
Magma; Empath; New Mutants [Cannonball; Cypher; Karma; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane] (Flashback); Hercules (guest-star); Zeus; Apollo; Ares; other Olympian gods; Jaime Suarez (introduction, death)
Storyline
"Faith" Magma tells Empath about how she met her god: when she once doubted her faith, Hercules visited her, but she did not believe he was real until he saved a boy from a fire and told him stories all night until he died, a hero, like Jason and the Argonauts.
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Published December 1989 by Marvel
The Quick and the Dead
Louise Simonson
Bret Blevins
Bret Blevins (signed)
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Rusty Collins; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Hela (villain); Frost Giants (villains); Brightwind; Vulture (guest-star); Eitri; Grand Vizier; Kindra; Mist; Tiwaz; Wolf Prince; the Einherjar; Volstagg's children
"The Quick and the Dead" Cannonball, Rictor, Sunspot, and Wolfsbane escape; Boom Boom, Warlock, and the Wolf Prince are rescued by Tiwaz; Eitri finishes the sword; Volstagg's children head off to find Balder; meanwhile, Rusty becomes cell-mates with the Vulture.
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Published December 1989 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Quick and the Dead
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Bret Blevins
Cover Art
Bret Blevins (signed)
Character Appearances
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Rusty Collins; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Hela (villain); Frost Giants (villains); Brightwind; Vulture (guest-star); Eitri; Grand Vizier; Kindra; Mist; Tiwaz; Wolf Prince; the Einherjar; Volstagg's children
Storyline
"The Quick and the Dead" Cannonball, Rictor, Sunspot, and Wolfsbane escape; Boom Boom, Warlock, and the Wolf Prince are rescued by Tiwaz; Eitri finishes the sword; Volstagg's children head off to find Balder; meanwhile, Rusty becomes cell-mates with the Vulture.
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Published January 1990 by Marvel
The Killing Stroke
Louise Simonson
Geof Isherwood
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Rusty Collins; Skids; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Hela (villain); Vulture (villain); Brightwind; Balder (guest-star); Karnilla (guest-star); Odin (guest-star); Warriors Three [Fandral (guest-star); Hogun (guest-star); Volstagg (guest-star)]; Eitri; Kindra; Wolf Prince; the Einherjar; Volstagg's children
"The Killing Stroke" The combined heroes wage all-out war against Hela and her army; Mirage, still under Hela's power, tries to attack Odin with the sword, but the New Mutants stop her; Hela retreats; Mirage collapses; meanwhile, Rusty frees Skids, and they chase the Vulture.
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Published January 1990 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Killing Stroke
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Geof Isherwood
Cover Art
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Character Appearances
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Rusty Collins; Skids; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Hela (villain); Vulture (villain); Brightwind; Balder (guest-star); Karnilla (guest-star); Odin (guest-star); Warriors Three [Fandral (guest-star); Hogun (guest-star); Volstagg (guest-star)]; Eitri; Kindra; Wolf Prince; the Einherjar; Volstagg's children
Storyline
"The Killing Stroke" The combined heroes wage all-out war against Hela and her army; Mirage, still under Hela's power, tries to attack Odin with the sword, but the New Mutants stop her; Hela retreats; Mirage collapses; meanwhile, Rusty frees Skids, and they chase the Vulture.
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Published February 1990 by Marvel
Bang! You're Dead!
Louise Simonson
Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Rusty Collins; Skids; Vulture (villain); Nitro (villain); Tinkerer (villain); Freedom Force [Blob (villain); Crimson Commando (villain); Pyro (villain)]; Mutant Liberation Front [Wildside (villain, introduction); Reaper (villain, introduction); Strobe (villain, introduction); Zero (villain, introduction)]; Boom Boom (guest-star); Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Balder; Warriors Three [Fandral; Hogun; Volstagg]; Eitri; Wolf Prince; Cable (in blurb for next issue)
"Bang! You're Dead!" The New Mutants regroup in Asgard; Rusty and Skids defeat Vulture and Nitro, but are captured by Freedom Force; the Mutant Liberation Front destroys a federal research facility, then demands that Rusty and Skids be freed, or else they will strike again.
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Published February 1990 by Marvel

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Story Title
Bang! You're Dead!
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Rob Liefeld
Cover Art
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Character Appearances
Rusty Collins; Skids; Vulture (villain); Nitro (villain); Tinkerer (villain); Freedom Force [Blob (villain); Crimson Commando (villain); Pyro (villain)]; Mutant Liberation Front [Wildside (villain, introduction); Reaper (villain, introduction); Strobe (villain, introduction); Zero (villain, introduction)]; Boom Boom (guest-star); Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Balder; Warriors Three [Fandral; Hogun; Volstagg]; Eitri; Wolf Prince; Cable (in blurb for next issue)
Storyline
"Bang! You're Dead!" The New Mutants regroup in Asgard; Rusty and Skids defeat Vulture and Nitro, but are captured by Freedom Force; the Mutant Liberation Front destroys a federal research facility, then demands that Rusty and Skids be freed, or else they will strike again.
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Published March 1990 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Cable

A Show of Power!
Louise Simonson
Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Rusty; Skids; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Cable (Introduction); Ship; Mystique; Stryfe (Introduction); Mutant Liberation Front; Balder; Karnilla; Warriors Three [Fandral; Hogun; Volstagg]; Eitri; Wolf Prince
"A Show of Power!" The Mutant Liberation Front attacks more research stations; Mystique threatens Skids; a federal agent shoots Rusty; he and Skids allow the MLF to rescue them; the New Mutants return to New York; after trying to stop the MLF, Cable weighs his options.
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Published March 1990 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Cable

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Story Title
A Show of Power!
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Rob Liefeld
Cover Art
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Character Appearances
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Mirage; Rictor; Rusty; Skids; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Cable (Introduction); Ship; Mystique; Stryfe (Introduction); Mutant Liberation Front; Balder; Karnilla; Warriors Three [Fandral; Hogun; Volstagg]; Eitri; Wolf Prince
Storyline
"A Show of Power!" The Mutant Liberation Front attacks more research stations; Mystique threatens Skids; a federal agent shoots Rusty; he and Skids allow the MLF to rescue them; the New Mutants return to New York; after trying to stop the MLF, Cable weighs his options.
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Published April 1990 by Marvel
The Great Escape
Louise Simonson
Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Rictor; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Cable; Ship; X-Factor [Archangel (guest-star); Beast (guest-star); Cyclops (guest-star); Iceman (guest-star); Marvel Girl (guest-star)]; Moira MacTaggert (guest-star); Nathan Summers (guest-star); Freedom Force [Blob (villain); Crimson Commando (villain); Mystique (villain); Pyro (villain); Super Sabre (villain)]
"The Great Escape" Freedom Force captures Cable, suspecting a connection to the MLF; the New Mutants reunite with X-Factor, and learn about Rusty, Skids, and the MLF; Wolfsbane has an unpleasant confrontation with Moira; Cable escapes Freedom Force's clutches.
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Published April 1990 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Great Escape
Writer
Louise Simonson
Interior Art
Rob Liefeld
Cover Art
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Character Appearances
Boom Boom; Cannonball; Rictor; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; Cable; Ship; X-Factor [Archangel (guest-star); Beast (guest-star); Cyclops (guest-star); Iceman (guest-star); Marvel Girl (guest-star)]; Moira MacTaggert (guest-star); Nathan Summers (guest-star); Freedom Force [Blob (villain); Crimson Commando (villain); Mystique (villain); Pyro (villain); Super Sabre (villain)]
Storyline
"The Great Escape" Freedom Force captures Cable, suspecting a connection to the MLF; the New Mutants reunite with X-Factor, and learn about Rusty, Skids, and the MLF; Wolfsbane has an unpleasant confrontation with Moira; Cable escapes Freedom Force's clutches.
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Published March 1991 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Shatterstar

The Beginning of the End, Part Two
Rob Liefeld (plot); Fabian Nicieza (script)
Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld (signed)
New Mutants [Cable; Boom Boom; Cannonball; Sunspot (Leaves); Domino [Vanessa; Copycat]; Warpath [Thunderbird; James Proudstar] (joins)]; GUEST: Feral (1st); VILLAINS: Gideon; Masque; Adam (1st?); Brute (1st?); CAMEO: Shatterstar (1st)
"The Beginning of the End, Part Two" Feral, a Morlock, flees from Masque and ends up at X-Mansion; Cable invites Warpath to join the New Mutants, and after his village is destroyed by the Hellfire Club, he accepts; Gideon convinces Sunspot to leave the team; Cannonball challenges Cable; Shatterstar appears on the floor of the Danger Room.
Near Mint- 9.2

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First Appearance of Shatterstar

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Story Title
The Beginning of the End, Part Two
Writer
Rob Liefeld (plot); Fabian Nicieza (script)
Interior Art
Rob Liefeld
Cover Art
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Character Appearances
New Mutants [Cable; Boom Boom; Cannonball; Sunspot (Leaves); Domino [Vanessa; Copycat]; Warpath [Thunderbird; James Proudstar] (joins)]; GUEST: Feral (1st); VILLAINS: Gideon; Masque; Adam (1st?); Brute (1st?); CAMEO: Shatterstar (1st)
Storyline
"The Beginning of the End, Part Two" Feral, a Morlock, flees from Masque and ends up at X-Mansion; Cable invites Warpath to join the New Mutants, and after his village is destroyed by the Hellfire Club, he accepts; Gideon convinces Sunspot to leave the team; Cannonball challenges Cable; Shatterstar appears on the floor of the Danger Room.
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Published April 1991 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Shatterstar

The End of the Beginning
Rob Liefeld (plot); Fabian Nicieza
Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld (signed)
New Mutants [X-Force] [Cable; Boom Boom; Cannonball; Warpath; Domino [Vanessa; Copycat]; Feral (Joins); Shatterstar (1st Full; Joins)]; VILLAINS: Masque; Brute (Death); Hump; Imperial Protectorate (1st); Stryfe (Looks exactly like Cable); Mutant Liberation Front [Rusty Collins; Skids; Forearm; Kamikaze (1st); Reaper; Sumo (1st); Tempo; Wildside; Zero]; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Mojo; Spiral; Wolverine; Storm; Colossus; Rogue
"The End of the Beginning" Shatterstar shows up in the Danger Room and the New Mutants have to help him defeat Mojo's Soldiers; Feral also arrives at the Mansion and Cable helps get Masque off of her back; Agreeing to try Cable's new proactive stance in the mutant struggle, the New Mutants leave X-Mansion behind and officially become X-Force.
Near Mint 9.4

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Story Title
The End of the Beginning
Writer
Rob Liefeld (plot); Fabian Nicieza
Interior Art
Rob Liefeld
Cover Art
Rob Liefeld (signed)
Character Appearances
New Mutants [X-Force] [Cable; Boom Boom; Cannonball; Warpath; Domino [Vanessa; Copycat]; Feral (Joins); Shatterstar (1st Full; Joins)]; VILLAINS: Masque; Brute (Death); Hump; Imperial Protectorate (1st); Stryfe (Looks exactly like Cable); Mutant Liberation Front [Rusty Collins; Skids; Forearm; Kamikaze (1st); Reaper; Sumo (1st); Tempo; Wildside; Zero]; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Mojo; Spiral; Wolverine; Storm; Colossus; Rogue
Storyline
"The End of the Beginning" Shatterstar shows up in the Danger Room and the New Mutants have to help him defeat Mojo's Soldiers; Feral also arrives at the Mansion and Cable helps get Masque off of her back; Agreeing to try Cable's new proactive stance in the mutant struggle, the New Mutants leave X-Mansion behind and officially become X-Force.
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