In which the New Mutants return from space; Professor Xavier ruins everything; Magneto is the Craig Pelton of X-Men; Cypher carouses shamefully with Hellfire tramps; Karma quits the team; and we wrap up Chris Claremont’s New Mutants run.
- Leong and Nga Coy Manh
- New Mutants #51-54
- The Starjammers (again)
- The paradox of Professor X
- Several dramatic speeches
- The Hellfire Club for Creative Anachronism
- Plan Omega (but not that one)
- A fairly epic dress-code violation
- Magik vs. Limbo
- A very specific bit of fancasting
- Best Magneto
- What X-fans (may or may not) live for
- A well-wrought nightmare
- Hellion disambiguation
- Doug Ramsey’s Fancy Hair
- New Mutants X Frank Zappa
- Wacky teen hijinks at the Hellfire Club
- Carousing shamefully with Hellfire tramps
- A heroic challenge
- A counterintuitive heart’s desire
- Claremont’s New Mutants run.
- Emma Frost’s accent
- The sounds of blastin’
- In the first, or maybe second, issue of Grant Morrison's New X-Men run, Emma Frost gets into a taxi and the taxi driver asks if "that's an English accent I hear?" She replies in the affirmative. Why the hell would Emma Frost have an English accent?
- Is blastin' noisy? I know that Sam Guthrie is nigh invulnerable when he's blastin', and assumed he was pretty loud too. The attached panel seems to indicate that blastin' is, counterintuitively, pretty quiet. What say ye?