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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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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 April 1983 by Marvel
Sentinels
Chris Claremont
Bob McLeod
Bob McLeod (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Sentinels (villains); Prof. X's Brood embryo (villain); Sebastian Shaw (villain); Henry Peter Gyrich (villain); Stevie Hunter; Michael Rossi (from X-Men #96); Diana (introduction); other students from the school in Salem Center (introductions)
"Sentinels" The Sentinels attack the New Mutants, who learn that they are caught up in a web of intrigue involving the government; the Hellfire Club wants the New Mutants; Col. Rossi returns from the dead; and Psyche's attack seems to have been initiated by Prof. X.
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Published April 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Sentinels
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Bob McLeod
Cover Art
Bob McLeod (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Sentinels (villains); Prof. X's Brood embryo (villain); Sebastian Shaw (villain); Henry Peter Gyrich (villain); Stevie Hunter; Michael Rossi (from X-Men #96); Diana (introduction); other students from the school in Salem Center (introductions)
Storyline
"Sentinels" The Sentinels attack the New Mutants, who learn that they are caught up in a web of intrigue involving the government; the Hellfire Club wants the New Mutants; Col. Rossi returns from the dead; and Psyche's attack seems to have been initiated by Prof. X.
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Published May 1983 by Marvel
Nightmare
Chris Claremont
Bob McLeod
Mike Gustovich
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Prof. X's Brood embryo (villain); Banshee (guest-star); Moira MacTaggert; Illyana Rasputin
"Nightmare" Psyche wonders whether the monster that attacked her is the Demon Bear that killed her parents; Illyana remembers how she killed some of the X-Men; Psyche's monster strikes again, this time attacking all the New Mutants.
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Published May 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Nightmare
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Bob McLeod
Cover Art
Mike Gustovich
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Prof. X's Brood embryo (villain); Banshee (guest-star); Moira MacTaggert; Illyana Rasputin
Storyline
"Nightmare" Psyche wonders whether the monster that attacked her is the Demon Bear that killed her parents; Illyana remembers how she killed some of the X-Men; Psyche's monster strikes again, this time attacking all the New Mutants.
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Published June 1983 by Marvel
Who's Scaring Stevie?
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema (breakdowns); Bob McLeod (finished art)
Bob McLeod (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Stevie Hunter; Lilandra; Peter Bristow (introduction); Diana; other students from the school in Salem Center
"Who's Scaring Stevie?" Regrouping after the realization that Prof. X had been under Brood influence, the New Mutants set out to find the person who is threating Stevie on the telephone -- who turns out to be another student in Stevie's dance class, a victim of child abuse.
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Published June 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Who's Scaring Stevie?
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema (breakdowns); Bob McLeod (finished art)
Cover Art
Bob McLeod (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Stevie Hunter; Lilandra; Peter Bristow (introduction); Diana; other students from the school in Salem Center
Storyline
"Who's Scaring Stevie?" Regrouping after the realization that Prof. X had been under Brood influence, the New Mutants set out to find the person who is threating Stevie on the telephone -- who turns out to be another student in Stevie's dance class, a victim of child abuse.
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Published July 1983 by Marvel
Heroes
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Armando Gil (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Viper (villain); Silver Samurai (villain); Team America [Cowboy (guest-star); Georgianna (guest-star); Honcho (guest-star); R.U. Reddy (guest-star); Wolf (guest-star); Wrench (guest-star)]; Stevie Hunter; Lilandra; Michael Rossi
"Heroes" The New Mutants meet Team America at a fair, where they are attacked by Viper and the Silver Samurai; Viper captures Psyche and blackmails Team America into stealing a certain object; the New Mutants and Team America join up to go to the rescue.
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Published July 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Heroes
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Armando Gil (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Viper (villain); Silver Samurai (villain); Team America [Cowboy (guest-star); Georgianna (guest-star); Honcho (guest-star); R.U. Reddy (guest-star); Wolf (guest-star); Wrench (guest-star)]; Stevie Hunter; Lilandra; Michael Rossi
Storyline
"Heroes" The New Mutants meet Team America at a fair, where they are attacked by Viper and the Silver Samurai; Viper captures Psyche and blackmails Team America into stealing a certain object; the New Mutants and Team America join up to go to the rescue.
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Published August 1983 by Marvel
Road Warriors!
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Bob McLeod (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Viper (villain); Silver Samurai (villain); Gen. Nguyen Ngoc Coy (villain); Amahl Farouk (villain, unidentified); Team America [Cowboy (guest-star); Georgianna (guest-star); Honcho (guest-star); R.U. Reddy (guest-star); Wolf (guest-star); Wrench (guest-star)]; Lilandra
"Road Warriors!" Karma tries to gain help from Gen. Coy, her crime-lord uncle; Team America recovers the crystal Viper wants from an AIM fortress in Mexico; the New Mutants rescue Psyche; and a mysterious assailant "claims" Karma, body and soul, forever.
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Published August 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Road Warriors!
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Bob McLeod (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Karma; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Viper (villain); Silver Samurai (villain); Gen. Nguyen Ngoc Coy (villain); Amahl Farouk (villain, unidentified); Team America [Cowboy (guest-star); Georgianna (guest-star); Honcho (guest-star); R.U. Reddy (guest-star); Wolf (guest-star); Wrench (guest-star)]; Lilandra
Storyline
"Road Warriors!" Karma tries to gain help from Gen. Coy, her crime-lord uncle; Team America recovers the crystal Viper wants from an AIM fortress in Mexico; the New Mutants rescue Psyche; and a mysterious assailant "claims" Karma, body and soul, forever.
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Published September 1983 by Marvel
Flying Down to Rio!
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Bob McLeod (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Sebastian Shaw (villain); Emmanuel DaCosta (villain, Sunspot's father); Axe (villain, introduction); Storm (guest-star); Nightcrawler (guest-star); Colossus (guest-star); Lilandra; Nina DaCosta (introduction, Sunspot's mother)
"Flying Down to Rio!" Prof. X, suspecting foul play in Karma's disappearance, sends the New Mutants to Rio de Janiero with Sunspot's archaeologist mother, who is captured by the Hellfire Club; the New Mutants rescue her, unaware that Sunspot's father is plotting against her.
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Published September 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Flying Down to Rio!
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Bob McLeod (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Psyche; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Sebastian Shaw (villain); Emmanuel DaCosta (villain, Sunspot's father); Axe (villain, introduction); Storm (guest-star); Nightcrawler (guest-star); Colossus (guest-star); Lilandra; Nina DaCosta (introduction, Sunspot's mother)
Storyline
"Flying Down to Rio!" Prof. X, suspecting foul play in Karma's disappearance, sends the New Mutants to Rio de Janiero with Sunspot's archaeologist mother, who is captured by the Hellfire Club; the New Mutants rescue her, unaware that Sunspot's father is plotting against her.
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Published October 1983 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Amara Aquilla

The Road to... Rome?
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Bob McLeod (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Sebastian Shaw (villain); Emmanuel DaCosta (villain); Castro (villain, introduction); Cowboy (guest-star); R.U. Reddy (guest-star); Wolf (guest-star); Lilandra; Amara Aquilla [Magma] (introduction); Nina DaCosta
"The Road to... Rome?" The New Mutants and Sunspot's mother, journeying down the Amazon River, are attacked by natives; Cannonball captures one, who turns out to be not what she seems; their ship is destroyed, and they are captured by -- Romans?!?
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Published October 1983 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Amara Aquilla

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Story Title
The Road to... Rome?
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Bob McLeod (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Sebastian Shaw (villain); Emmanuel DaCosta (villain); Castro (villain, introduction); Cowboy (guest-star); R.U. Reddy (guest-star); Wolf (guest-star); Lilandra; Amara Aquilla [Magma] (introduction); Nina DaCosta
Storyline
"The Road to... Rome?" The New Mutants and Sunspot's mother, journeying down the Amazon River, are attacked by natives; Cannonball captures one, who turns out to be not what she seems; their ship is destroyed, and they are captured by -- Romans?!?
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Published November 1983 by Marvel
Arena
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Bob McLeod (signed)
Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Selene (villain, introduction); Marcus Domitius Gallio (villain, introduction); Castro; Amara Aquilla [Magma]; Lucius Antonius Aquilla; cameo: Professor X
"Arena" The New Mutants and Amara are taken to Nova Roma, a hidden city near the headwaters of the Amazon, where they are caught in a power struggle involving Amara's father; the boys are forced to fight in the arena; and Wolfsbane is hailed as a god.
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Published November 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Arena
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Bob McLeod (signed)
Character Appearances
Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Selene (villain, introduction); Marcus Domitius Gallio (villain, introduction); Castro; Amara Aquilla [Magma]; Lucius Antonius Aquilla; cameo: Professor X
Storyline
"Arena" The New Mutants and Amara are taken to Nova Roma, a hidden city near the headwaters of the Amazon, where they are caught in a power struggle involving Amara's father; the boys are forced to fight in the arena; and Wolfsbane is hailed as a god.
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Published December 1983 by Marvel

Amara Aquilla Becomes Magma

Betrayal!
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Bob McLeod (signed)
Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Selene (villain); Marcus Domitius Gallio (villain); Castro (villain); Amara Aquilla [Magma]; Lucius Antonius Aquilla; Nina DaCosta
"Betrayal!" As Cannonball, Sunspot, and Wolfsbane try to figure out what's going on, Psyche and Amara are captured and taken to Selene for a sacrificial ritual; Selene throws Amara into a lava pool, and Amara re-emerges with super-human powers, demanding vengeance.
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Published December 1983 by Marvel

Amara Aquilla Becomes Magma

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Story Title
Betrayal!
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Bob McLeod (signed)
Character Appearances
Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Selene (villain); Marcus Domitius Gallio (villain); Castro (villain); Amara Aquilla [Magma]; Lucius Antonius Aquilla; Nina DaCosta
Storyline
"Betrayal!" As Cannonball, Sunspot, and Wolfsbane try to figure out what's going on, Psyche and Amara are captured and taken to Selene for a sacrificial ritual; Selene throws Amara into a lava pool, and Amara re-emerges with super-human powers, demanding vengeance.
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Published January 1984 by Marvel
Magma
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Walt Simonson (signed)
Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Selene (villain); Marcus Domitius Gallio (villain, death); Castro (villain); Amara Aquilla [Magma]; Lucius Antonius Aquilla; Nina DaCosta
"Magma" As Amara battles Selene, the New Mutants help Amara's father defeat Gallio; Sunspot learns the truth about his father; the New Mutants rescue Psyche and Amara; and Amara, a mutant, wonders whether she will become like the New Mutants, or like Selene.
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Published January 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Magma
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Walt Simonson (signed)
Character Appearances
Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Selene (villain); Marcus Domitius Gallio (villain, death); Castro (villain); Amara Aquilla [Magma]; Lucius Antonius Aquilla; Nina DaCosta
Storyline
"Magma" As Amara battles Selene, the New Mutants help Amara's father defeat Gallio; Sunspot learns the truth about his father; the New Mutants rescue Psyche and Amara; and Amara, a mutant, wonders whether she will become like the New Mutants, or like Selene.
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Published February 1984 by Marvel
Sunstroke
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Tom Mandrake (signed)
Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Sebastian Shaw (villain); Emmanuel DaCosta (villain); Amara Aquilla [Magma]; Lucius Antonius Aquilla; Nina DaCosta
"Sunstroke" Sunspot confronts his father, vowing that he and the New Mutants will do everything in their power to stop him; DaCosta decides to join the Hellfire Club; Amara loses control of her powers in Rio de Janiero, and decides to join the New Mutants.
Very Fine+ 8.5

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Published February 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Sunstroke
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Tom Mandrake (signed)
Character Appearances
Cannonball; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Sebastian Shaw (villain); Emmanuel DaCosta (villain); Amara Aquilla [Magma]; Lucius Antonius Aquilla; Nina DaCosta
Storyline
"Sunstroke" Sunspot confronts his father, vowing that he and the New Mutants will do everything in their power to stop him; DaCosta decides to join the Hellfire Club; Amara loses control of her powers in Rio de Janiero, and decides to join the New Mutants.
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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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Story Title
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 April 1984 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Illyana Rasputin as Magik

Do You Believe In -- Magik?
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
Tom Mandrake (signed)
Professor X; Cannonball; Magma; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; X-Men [Storm (guest-star); Nightcrawler (guest-star); Wolverine (guest-star); Colossus (guest-star); Kitty Pryde (guest-star); Rogue (guest-star)]; S'ym (villain); Stevie Hunter; Doug Ramsey; Illyana Rasputin; Diana; other students
"Do You Believe In -- Magik?" S'ym follows Illyana to earth and battles the New Mutants; they learn that Illyana is a mutant, with the power of teleportation, but she keeps her sorcery a secret; Doug gets a scholarship to the Massachusetts Academy, the school run by the Hellfire Club.
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First Appearance of Illyana Rasputin as Magik

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Story Title
Do You Believe In -- Magik?
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Tom Mandrake (signed)
Character Appearances
Professor X; Cannonball; Magma; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; X-Men [Storm (guest-star); Nightcrawler (guest-star); Wolverine (guest-star); Colossus (guest-star); Kitty Pryde (guest-star); Rogue (guest-star)]; S'ym (villain); Stevie Hunter; Doug Ramsey; Illyana Rasputin; Diana; other students
Storyline
"Do You Believe In -- Magik?" S'ym follows Illyana to earth and battles the New Mutants; they learn that Illyana is a mutant, with the power of teleportation, but she keeps her sorcery a secret; Doug gets a scholarship to the Massachusetts Academy, the school run by the Hellfire Club.
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Published May 1984 by Marvel
Scaredy Cat!
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema; Tom Mandrake (finisher)
Tom Mandrake (signed)
New Mutants [Cannonball [Sam Guthrie]; Magik [Illyana Rasputin]; Magma [Amara Aquilla]; Danielle Moonstar [Mirage]; Sunspot [Roberto DaCosta]; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]]; Kitty Pryde; White Queen [Emma Frost] (Villain); Hellfire Club; Doug Ramsey (Illusion); Roberta (Cameo); Edwin Jarvis (Cameo); Cloak (Flashback); Dagger (Flashback)
"Scaredy Cat!" Magik sends her astral form to the Massachusetts Academy and learns that the White Queen has captured Kitty and brainwashed Doug. The New Mutants learn that Magik is a sorceress; they head off to the rescue, but are met by the White Queen.
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Published May 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Scaredy Cat!
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema; Tom Mandrake (finisher)
Cover Art
Tom Mandrake (signed)
Character Appearances
New Mutants [Cannonball [Sam Guthrie]; Magik [Illyana Rasputin]; Magma [Amara Aquilla]; Danielle Moonstar [Mirage]; Sunspot [Roberto DaCosta]; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]]; Kitty Pryde; White Queen [Emma Frost] (Villain); Hellfire Club; Doug Ramsey (Illusion); Roberta (Cameo); Edwin Jarvis (Cameo); Cloak (Flashback); Dagger (Flashback)
Storyline
"Scaredy Cat!" Magik sends her astral form to the Massachusetts Academy and learns that the White Queen has captured Kitty and brainwashed Doug. The New Mutants learn that Magik is a sorceress; they head off to the rescue, but are met by the White Queen.
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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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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 July 1984 by Marvel
Getaway!
Chris Claremont
Sal Buscema
June Brigman (signed)
Cannonball; Magik; Magma; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Kitty Pryde (guest-star); Emma Frost (villain); Sebastian Shaw (villain); Hellions [Catseye (villain); Empath (villain); Jetstream (villain); Roulette (villain); Tarot (villain); Thunderbird [James Proudstar] (villain)] S'ym (villain); Demon Bear (villain, introduction); Doug Ramsey
"Getaway!" Magik gives Psyche an introduction to Limbo, then transports them back to the Massachusetts Academy, where the Hellions propose a duel; it is interrupted by Sebastian Shaw and Emma Frost; in the chaos, Magik teleports the New Mutants and Kitty back home.
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Published July 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Getaway!
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
June Brigman (signed)
Character Appearances
Cannonball; Magik; Magma; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane; Kitty Pryde (guest-star); Emma Frost (villain); Sebastian Shaw (villain); Hellions [Catseye (villain); Empath (villain); Jetstream (villain); Roulette (villain); Tarot (villain); Thunderbird [James Proudstar] (villain)] S'ym (villain); Demon Bear (villain, introduction); Doug Ramsey
Storyline
"Getaway!" Magik gives Psyche an introduction to Limbo, then transports them back to the Massachusetts Academy, where the Hellions propose a duel; it is interrupted by Sebastian Shaw and Emma Frost; in the chaos, Magik teleports the New Mutants and Kitty back home.
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Published August 1984 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Warlock

Death-Hunt
Chris Claremont
Bill Sienkiewicz
Bill Sienkiewicz (painting, signed)
New Mutants [Cannonball [Sam Guthrie]; Magik [Illyana Rasputin]; Magma; Danielle Moonstar [Mirage]; Sunspot [Roberto DaCosta]; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]; Professor X of 2013 (guest-star, death); Demon Bear (villain); Magus (villain, introduction); Lockheed; Rachel Summers (origin); Warlock (introduction)
"Death-Hunt" Danielle Moonstar knows that the Demon Bear that killed her parents is coming for her. Rachel Summers, displaced from her own time, tries to contact Professor X. Warlock tries to flee from Magus, his father. The Demon Bear comes for Danielle Moonstar and critically wounds her.
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Published August 1984 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Warlock

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Story Title
Death-Hunt
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Bill Sienkiewicz
Cover Art
Bill Sienkiewicz (painting, signed)
Character Appearances
New Mutants [Cannonball [Sam Guthrie]; Magik [Illyana Rasputin]; Magma; Danielle Moonstar [Mirage]; Sunspot [Roberto DaCosta]; Wolfsbane [Rahne Sinclair]; Professor X of 2013 (guest-star, death); Demon Bear (villain); Magus (villain, introduction); Lockheed; Rachel Summers (origin); Warlock (introduction)
Storyline
"Death-Hunt" Danielle Moonstar knows that the Demon Bear that killed her parents is coming for her. Rachel Summers, displaced from her own time, tries to contact Professor X. Warlock tries to flee from Magus, his father. The Demon Bear comes for Danielle Moonstar and critically wounds her.
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Published September 1984 by Marvel
Siege
Chris Claremont
Bill Sienkiewicz (signed)
Bill Sienkiewicz (painting, signed)
New Mutants [Cannonball; Magik; Magma; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane]; Demon Bear (villain); Magus (villain); Tom Corsi (introduction); Sharon Friedlander (introduction); Lilandra; Warlock; Starjammers [Binary (guest-star); Ch'od (guest-star); Corsair (guest-star); Cr'reee (guest-star); Hepzibah (guest-star); Waldo (guest-star)]
"Siege" Danielle Moonstar fights for her life in surgery. Warlock and Magus fly past the Starjammers, who realize they are heading for Earth. Magik starts to manifest armor. The Demon Bear attacks again, transporting the New Mutants and two prisoners to his own dimension.
Fine/Very Fine 7.0

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Published September 1984 by Marvel

Issue Details

Story Title
Siege
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Bill Sienkiewicz (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Sienkiewicz (painting, signed)
Character Appearances
New Mutants [Cannonball; Magik; Magma; Danielle Moonstar; Sunspot; Wolfsbane]; Demon Bear (villain); Magus (villain); Tom Corsi (introduction); Sharon Friedlander (introduction); Lilandra; Warlock; Starjammers [Binary (guest-star); Ch'od (guest-star); Corsair (guest-star); Cr'reee (guest-star); Hepzibah (guest-star); Waldo (guest-star)]
Storyline
"Siege" Danielle Moonstar fights for her life in surgery. Warlock and Magus fly past the Starjammers, who realize they are heading for Earth. Magik starts to manifest armor. The Demon Bear attacks again, transporting the New Mutants and two prisoners to his own dimension.
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Published October 1984 by Marvel
Badlands
Chris Claremont
Bill Sienkiewicz (signed)
Bill Sienkiewicz (signed, painting)
Professor X; New Mutants [Cannonball; Magik; Magma; Danielle Moonstar [Mirage]; Sunspot; Wolfsbane]; Storm (guest-star); Demon Bear (villain, destroyed); Tom Corsi; Sharon Friedlander; Morlock Healer; Peg Moonstar (introduction, Dani's mom); William Moonstar (introduction, Dani's dad)
"Badlands" The New Mutants battle the Demon Bear. Officer Tom Corsi and nurse Sharon Friedlander are transformed into Indians. Magik defeats the Demon Bear with her Soulsword. Danielle Moonstar's parents return from the dead, having been freed from the Demon Bear's power.
Very Fine/Near Mint 9.0

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Published October 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Badlands
Writer
Chris Claremont
Interior Art
Bill Sienkiewicz (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Sienkiewicz (signed, painting)
Character Appearances
Professor X; New Mutants [Cannonball; Magik; Magma; Danielle Moonstar [Mirage]; Sunspot; Wolfsbane]; Storm (guest-star); Demon Bear (villain, destroyed); Tom Corsi; Sharon Friedlander; Morlock Healer; Peg Moonstar (introduction, Dani's mom); William Moonstar (introduction, Dani's dad)
Storyline
"Badlands" The New Mutants battle the Demon Bear. Officer Tom Corsi and nurse Sharon Friedlander are transformed into Indians. Magik defeats the Demon Bear with her Soulsword. Danielle Moonstar's parents return from the dead, having been freed from the Demon Bear's power.
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