New X-Men: Academy X, Vol. 1: Choosing Sides
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New X-Men: Academy X, Vol. 1: Choosing Sides (New X-Men: Academy X #1)

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The children at the X-Mansion thought they had it tough when Professor X was running things - but now that Cyclops and Emma Frost have taken over the reins of the school, they're wishing for the simpler times of yesterday.

As a new semester begins at the Xavier Institute, the X-Men-in-training are just getting comfortable with one another as the devastating news hits: the...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published January 5th 2005 by Marvel Comics
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Isis Lee
I really enjoyed this. Wasn't sure what to expect but was pleasantly surprised. I love the art style and new characters.
I really liked the first New Mutants trade, and was a bit skeptical about the rest of the series, but so far it has really grown on me. Sorry Teen Titans. I think the New Mutants could kick your ass.

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Shannon Appelcline
A little too Dawson's Creek, and that could get really old really fast. For now, though, I'll enjoy these character-based stories and look forward to how they'll grow.
This series started out okay, but it has grown to be the best x-title after Whedon's "Asonishing".
I don't know if I like everyone I should like - but characters are growing on me.
Another start to the series, continued from New Mutants. Solid teen superhero stuff.
Teenage mutants gone wild!
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