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New Mutants, Vol. 4: Unfinished Business (New Mutants III #6)

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Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning (ANNIHILATORS, HEROES FOR HIRE) are joined by Leandro Fernandez (HULK, 5 RONIN) at the helm of NEW MUTANTS. Cyclops is sick of unfinished business coming back to haunt the X-Men, so he's tasking the New Mutants to finish it. Their first mission: Find X-Man. Nate Grey returned in DARK X-MEN, but ended up in the hands of Norman Osborn and H.A.M.M. ...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published October 26th 2011 by Marvel
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Being a huge fan of Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning's cosmic Marvel stuff (which quite frankly is second only to the grand old master himself, Jim Starlin), I could not resist picking up this first hardcover volume of their run on New Mutants dirt cheap in a local book sale. This volume collects issues #25–28, illustrated by Leonardo Fernandez and Michael Ryan, who do a good job.

X-Men's Cyclops puts Dani Moonstar in charge of the New Mutants, here basically consisting of Cypher, Warlock, Magma and S
Chris Lemmerman
Abnett and Lanning take over from where Zeb Wells left off, giving some decent closure to the Fall of the New Mutants storyline before launching the team into their new role - mopping up the X-Men's unfinished business. First on the list: find Nate Grey.

The three part arc that follows is decent, if a little lacking in focus. You could replace the team with any characters and it would all play out the same. There are some nice character moments, but nothing substantial. The art is also quite poor
So far I have liked the entire revival of the New Mutants team. I'm sure it's mostly nostalgia that allows me to enjoy it so much. Artwork is by Leandro Fernandez and his work has a rough, blocky look that looks very energetic when it doesn't look too rushed. They removed the characters that have been written the most over the years and left those with the least personality (except Dani). Cypher could be a great character, but they continue to just gloss over the fact that he has been dead for y ...more
Not quite the dynamic start I was expecting from Abnett & Lanning, considering how incredible their cosmic books have been. Then again, they are picking up a lot of pieces from (audible sigh) several crossovers. There's also the fact that the first arc focuses on Nate Grey and Sugar Man, not the most exciting beginning.
Shannon Appelcline
Not nearly as strong as the Wells run, but this volume features good stories with a great premise. The final/psychological issue is the best of the set and offers hope for the future.
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