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My favorite part of the trailer is Magik! Shes going to be bad ass I already know 🤷🏻‍♂️ Especially the part where she manifests her sword! My second favorite part is the actual release date of April because weve been waiting for forever lol. The New Mutants, which was initially supposed to hit theaters two years ago, was delayed again due to COVID-19. Will it ever see the light of day? The New Mutants has been delayed once again, a situation that has become all-too-familiar for the film over the last couple years. The most recent delay comes courtesy of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which has shaken up the global entertainment industry. Centering on a group of young teenage mutants, the Josh Boone-directed Marvel horror film was expected to finally be released on April 3. However, it has since been postponed indefinitely. While the timing is coincidental, after the many time the movie has been pushed back for both common and uncommon reasons, fans might be starting to wonder if The New Mutants is cursed. Continue scrolling to keep reading Click the button below to start this article in quick view. EARLY DELAYS The first delay of The New Mutants came in February 2018 shortly before its original April release date. Fox, which was still an independent studio at the time, moved Deadpool 2 up a month from its originally scheduled June release to May; and in a decision to avoid competing with another Fox-Marvel property, Fox pushed The New Mutants back a whole 10 months to February 2019. The film was then pushed back another six months to August 2019. However, by March 2019, Fox's merger with Disney was complete, which brought a whole new set of problems. DISNEY ACQUISITION Once Disney acquired 20th Century Fox, including the X-Men and other Fox-owned Marvel properties, The New Mutants was in limbo. Disney is the home of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and under Fox, the X-Men films, including The New Mutants, had no connection to the franchise. After the acquisition, however, Disney made it clear it had plans to include the X-Men and other mutant characters in the MCU at some point. This left fans to wonder if The New Mutants would ever see the light of day, especially when Disney was initially reported to have been 'unimpressed' with the film and doubtful of its success upon release. Plus, Dark Phoenix, another Fox-Marvel film that was also delayed and released post-Disney merger, was critically panned and flopped at the box office. This surely did not look like a good sign for The New Mutants, Fox-Marvel's final unreleased film. RESHOOTS? Many believed that the film's frequent delays were the result of extensive reshoots, but in a recent interview, director Josh Boone claimed no reshoots were done and pointed to the Disney-Fox merger as the reason. "If there hadn’t been a merger, I’m sure we would’ve done reshoots the same way every movie does pickups, " Boone said. "We didn’t even do that because by the time the merger was done and everything was settled, everybody’s older. " The New Mutants originally wrapped filming in September 2017, and since most of the main cast was fairly young, post-2019 reshoots were a challenge because the actors looked different than they did during principal photography. Reshoots are not necessarily an indication of whether a film is good or bad, and are quite common for most movies, especially big franchise films. As a result, it might not bode well for The New Mutants if it was not able to do reshoots, as that might have been an opportunity to improve the film's quality. On the other hand, the film's stars have recently praised the final cut that was set to release in theaters, but since no one else has seen the movie, it's hard to get a realistic idea of its overall quality. At the moment, the future does not look as bright for The New Mutants as it did even a week ago. The film is likely to hit the big screen eventually, but interest could wane by then. Disney was putting a great deal of marketing muscle behind the movie before its postponement, but that momentum could now be stalled. In addition, as we get further away from Fox's X-Men series and closer to the time mutant characters may be introduced into the MCU, fans are likely to turn their attention to the X-Men that are expected to join the franchise in Phase 4 and beyond, possibly making The New Mutants feel like a relic of a bygone era. In order to salvage the film, Disney might consider releasing it on its Disney+ streaming service, or if its quasi-horror content is too intense, Hulu, instead of moving forward with a theatrical release. At this point, just getting The New Mutants in front of audiences would be a victory. Directed and co-written by Josh Boone, The New Mutants stars Maisie Williams as Rahne Sinclair/Wolfsbane, Anya Taylor-Joy as Illyana Rasputin/Magik, Charlie Heaton as Sam Guthrie/Cannonball, Henry Zaga as Roberto da Costa/Sunspot, Blu Hunt as Danielle Moonstar/Mirage and Alice Braga as Dr. Cecilia Reyes. KEEP READING: Disney's First Significant LGBT Representation May Be in... a Fox Film Email Hulk Vs. Juggernaut: Who Is the Stronger Marvel Powerhouse, Really?

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The New Mutants TV Spots Unleash Demon Bear and Sunspot Mar 3, 2020 20th Century Studios has released two new TV spots for The New Mutants ahead of its release next month. Anya Taylor-Joy Talks Magik and The New Mutants Finally Coming Out [Exclusive] Ryan Scott Mar 1, 2020 Magik actress Anya Taylor-Joy talks with us about The New Mutants finally hitting theaters after a long delay. Latest The New Mutants Poster Goes Full-On Children of the Damned Ryan Scott Feb 4, 2020 20th Century Studios has released a new poster for The New Mutants ahead of its theatrical release. Creepy The New Mutants Poster Will Get Under Your Skin Kevin Burwick Jan 26, 2020 The latest official poster for The New Mutants has been released and it looks like it could have been a Metallica t-shirt in the 1990s. The New Mutants Is Rated PG-13, Director Says R-Rating Was Never an Option Ryan Scott Jan 6, 2020 Director Josh Boone confirmes The New Mutants will be PG-13 and that there were no plans to go R-rated. The New Mutants Trailer Arrives, the Long-Lost X-Men Horror Movie Is Here Ryan Scott Jan 6, 2020 20th Century Fox has finally revealed a new trailer for The New Mutants, which arrives in theaters this year. The New Mutants Original Cut Is Being Released by Disney Ryan Scott Jan 2, 2020 Director Josh Boone reveals that The New Mutants will be his original version, which adds another interesting layer to this long-delayed project. Disney's The New Mutants Trailer Drops This Monday Ryan Scott Dec 31, 2019 Director Josh Boone reveals a new trailer for the long-delayed The New Mutants will be here next week. The New Mutants Earns Marvel's Blessing, Trailer Will Drop in January Kevin Burwick Dec 22, 2019 Fox's The New Mutants is actually still happening and we're about to get a new look at the long-awaited movie. Is New Mutants Cutting All Ties to Fox's X-Men Universe? Ryan Scott Aug 30, 2019 A new report suggests Marvel Studios has removed any references to the old X-Men universe from The New Mutants, but what does that mean? Latest New Mutants Rumor Doesn't Sound Good, Should It Just Get Scrapped? Ryan Scott Aug 13, 2019 Disney is altering its strategy with future Fox releases and The New Mutants is facing an uphill battle. New Mutants Should Have Hit Theaters This Weekend, Will We Ever See It? Ryan Scott Aug 3, 2019 Fox's long-delayed adaptation of The New Mutants was scheduled to hit theaters over the weekend and fans have made note of it on social media. The New Mutants Has Been Delayed Until 2020 for Upcoming Reshoots Ryan Scott May 30, 2019 Producer Simon Kinberg reveals The New Mutants will indeed receive reshoots under the Disney regime. Disney Delays New Mutants Yet Again, X-Men Spinoff Won't Arrive Until 2020 Ryan Scott May 7, 2019 Director Josh Boone's very troubled The New Mutants has a new release date, but will it stick this time? Disney Knocks New Mutants Off 2019 Release Slate, Is It Ever Coming Out? Ryan Scott Apr 18, 2019 The ever-troubled X-Men spin-off The New Mutants is reportedly going to be delayed again under the Disney regime. New Mutants Is Confirmed for Disney's 2019 Release Slate Kevin Burwick Apr 3, 2019 Disney released their upcoming 2019 slate and it featured a pretty awesome surprise with New Mutants among the names on the list. Frustrated Maisie Williams Doesn't Know When We'll See New Mutants Ryan Scott Mar 26, 2019 Expressing frustration, Maisie Williams reveals she is as clueless about the fate of The New Mutants as everyone else. The New Mutants Still Needs Reshoots, Could Land on Disney+ Mike Sprague Mar 4, 2019 The Fault in Our Stars writer-director Josh Boone's X-Men horror movie The New Mutants hasn't even begun reshoots yet and might end up on Disney+ X-Men Producer Thinks New Mutants Will Still Get a Theatrical Release Ryan Scott Feb 5, 2019 Producer Lauren Shuler Donner remains hopeful The New Mutants will be released in theaters, as opposed to being dumped to Hulu. The New Mutants Delayed Again, May Just Head to Hulu? Ryan Scott Jan 21, 2019 Fox's horror-driven X-Men spin-off The New Mutants is rumored to be dead on arrival and scheduling issues could delay it even further.
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New Mutants Cover of The New Mutants #1 (April 2009) by Diogenes Neves. Clockwise from top left: Warlock, Sunspot, Cannonball, Danielle Moonstar, Magma, Karma, Magik, Cypher, and Legion Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance The New Mutants (September 1982) Created by Chris Claremont Bob McLeod In-story information Base(s) Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters, Ship Member(s) Cable (trainer) Magneto (trainer) Professor X (trainer) Bird-Brain Blink Boom-Boom Cannonball Chamber Rusty Collins Cypher Domino Feral Gosamyr Karma Magik Magma Mirage Mondo Rictor Shatterstar Skids Sunspot Warlock Warpath Wolfsbane X-Man Roster See: List of New Mutants members The New Mutants is a group of fictional teenaged mutant superheroes -in-training appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. They have been the main characters of three successive comic book series, which were spin-offs of the X-Men franchise. The first team of New Mutants characters was created by Chris Claremont and artist Bob McLeod. They first appeared in The New Mutants (September 1982), part of the line Marvel Graphic Novel, and are subsequently featured in their own title from 1983 until 1991. Like its parent title, The New Mutants highlighted interpersonal and group conflict as well as action and adventure, and featured a large ensemble cast. With the end of the first series, the characters were relaunched as X-Force in a new, eponymous series. The second New Mutants series, launched in 2003, featured a new group of teenage mutants. Unlike the original New Mutants, they were part of a huge cast of students at the Xavier Institute. In 2004, it was relaunched as New X-Men: Academy X, after which the central group was formally dubbed the "New Mutants. " In the aftermath of the " M-Day " crossover storyline in late 2005, the remaining students were merged into one junior team, the New X-Men. The third New Mutants series, reuniting most of the original team, was launched in May 2009. A film featuring the New Mutants is scheduled to be released in April 2020. [1] The New Mutants, volume 1 [ edit] By the early 1980s, Uncanny X-Men (under the authorship of Chris Claremont) had become one of the comic book industry's most successful titles, prompting Marvel editor-in-chief Jim Shooter to launch The New Mutants, the first of several X-Men spin-offs. X-Men editor Louise Simonson recalled "Neither Chris [Claremont] or I really wanted to do it. We wanted X-Men to be special and by itself, but Shooter told us that if we didn't come up with a new 'mutant' book, someone else would. " [2] The name was a modification of Stan Lee 's original name for the X-Men, "The Mutants". [2] The New Mutants were teenaged students of Professor Charles Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters and wore matching uniforms, much like the original X-Men, who had since grown into adulthood. [3] These students, however, rather resembled the "all-new, all-different X-Men" of their era in terms of ethnic diversity. The original team consisted of: Cannonball (Samuel Guthrie), a 16-year-old from Kentucky, United States and eventual co-leader, with the ability to generate thermo-chemical energy and propel himself through the air. Karma (Xi'an Coy Manh), a 19-year-old girl from Vietnam and the team's original leader, who could mentally possess other people's bodies. Mirage (Danielle Moonstar, originally codenamed Psyche), a girl who is a Cheyenne Native American and eventual co-leader after Karma's apparent death, who could create visual empathic three-dimensional illusions. Sunspot (Roberto da Costa), a 14-year-old from Brazil who had superhuman strength fueled by sunlight and could store solar energy in his body to use his super strength during the night. Wolfsbane (Rahne Sinclair), a 13-year-old religious girl from Scotland, United Kingdom who could transform into a wolf and a werewolf -like creature. The team was intended to debut in their own series. However, as the first issue was nearing completion, Shooter ordered it to be reworked into a graphic novel so that Marvel Graphic Novel could make its deadline for the next issue. Thus, the New Mutants debuted in Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (December 1982), which continued a plotline from Uncanny X-Men. (Despite this, the graphic novel missed its shipping slot by two weeks due to artist Bob McLeod 's honeymoon. ) [2] The series was originally written by Claremont and illustrated by McLeod, the team's co-creators, but McLeod soon passed artistic duties on to Sal Buscema. McLeod was unprepared for the demands of doing both pencils and inks on a monthly book, prompting him to have Buscema do the breakdowns after the first three issues, and left entirely after issue #8 when he began to lose interest in the stories. [3] Claremont gave the series a darker tone, which was heightened with the arrival of artist Bill Sienkiewicz. Sienkiewicz's avant garde art style and painted covers broke through the conventional comic book boundaries of the day and helped The New Mutants stand out on the shelf. [3] In addition to very serious depictions of teenage angst and growing pains, the series featured themes of mysticism. The stories also relied on wilder, more far-fetched premises than were typical of X-Men at the time, shaping into more of a science fiction and fantasy series than the superhero coming-of-age comic it had been touted as in its early days. [3] Locales included demonic dimensions, alternate futures, and an ancient Roman civilization hidden within the Amazon rainforest. The New Mutants also encountered a secret society called the Hellfire Club, and began a rivalry with their young apprentices, the Hellions. After the apparent death of Karma, Cannonball and Dani Moonstar act as co-leaders. [4] New recruits included: Cypher (Douglas Ramsey), an otherwise ordinary young man who could learn to read or speak any language rapidly, whether it was human, alien, or machine, making him an unmatched computer expert. Magik (Illyana Rasputin), sister of the Russian X-Man Colossus and long-time resident of the X-Mansion, an accomplished mystic who could open "teleportation discs" allowing travel to Limbo and from there, any point on Earth. Magma (Amara Juliana Olivians Aquilla), a fiercely tempered native of a secret Roman society in the Amazon who can control lava. [3] Warlock, an extraterrestrial of the techno-organic race known as the Technarchy. Considered a pariah due to the uncommon trait of empathy. A supplementary New Mutants Annual series began in 1984. These annuals were always written by whoever was the regular New Mutants writer at the time and often included significant changes to the status quo which were not explained in the parent series, so that readers would have to buy New Mutants Annual in order to follow events in both series. The 1985 annual was solicited as New Mutants Annual #2, but published as New Mutants Special Edition #1 because it exceeded the maximum page count for an annual. [5] In 1986, Professor X was written out of the series. Before he left, he made the X-Men's one-time nemesis, Magneto, headmaster of his school. [6] Magneto would be the team's longest-running headmaster, holding the position from New Mutants #35 through to #75. Fiercely overprotective of his students, particularly after the events of the " Mutant Massacre " and " Fall of the Mutants ", he was increasingly used as an uptight foil for the adventurous New Mutants, setting rules that they would inevitably break in the interests of helping their friends. With Claremont taking on Wolverine and Excalibur, he left The New Mutants and the series was turned over to writer Louise Simonson and illustrator Bret Blevins with issue #55 (Sept. 1987). Simonson was intended to be only a fill-in writer for the six months Claremont needed to get the two new series launched, but he ultimately remained with his new projects, and Simonson ended up writing the series for over three years. [2] During her run, Magma is written out of the book, [7] and Magik is de-aged back to childhood. [8] Due to his unpopularity with New Mutants readers and artists, Cypher is killed off in The New Mutants #60 (February 1988). Simonson recalled, "He wasn't fun to draw. He just stood around and hid behind a tree during a fight... Every artist who ever did him said 'Can't we kill this guy? ' We would get letters from fans about how much they hated him. " [2] Simonson also folded the X-Terminators, a group of young wards from X-Factor, into the New Mutants. [9] The X-Terminators added to the team were: Boom-Boom (Tabitha Smith), a teen runaway who could create "plasma bombs. " Rusty Collins, a pyrokinetic wanted by the U. S. government. Rictor (Julio Richter), a young Mexican who could create shock waves. Skids (Sally Blevins), a former Morlock who could project a frictionless force field around her body. In 1989, Simonson crafted a saga in which the team journeyed to Asgard, the home of the gods of Norse mythology. The storyline wrote Dani Moonstar out of the series, as she joined the Norse pantheon as one of the Valkyrior. [10] However, the most controversial issue of her run was New Mutants #64. Titled "Instant Replay! ", the story deals with the New Mutants' mourning for Cypher, and includes a scene in which Warlock attempts to resurrect Cypher by taking his corpse out of its coffin and showing it to Cypher's loved ones. Simonson holds it to be her favorite New Mutants story, though she acknowledges that many readers found it too morbid. [2] Sales of the series had slumped for several years, but took a sharp upturn after Rob Liefeld took over the penciling and co-plotting chores at the end of 1989. [ citation needed] A new mentor for the group, the mysterious mercenary Cable, was introduced, [10] further helping sales. Over the next year, several longtime team members were written out or killed off. However, the relationship between Liefeld and Simonson was fraught with tension, and Simonson claims that editor Bob Harras dealt with the situation by rewriting her plots and dialogue so that the characterizations did not make sense: "Although I wasn't being fired, I think I was being shoved out the door with both hands by Bob Harras. Bob was only doing what he had to do, I expect, which was make Rob Liefeld happy. " [2] Simonson eventually gave in, leaving after issue #97. When Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza, who wrote dialogue based on Liefeld's plots, took over as writers of the final three issues of the series, they included several harder-edged characters: "Domino" (Vanessa Geraldine Carlysle), Cable's pale-skinned, black-garbed mercenary lover. Actually Copycat, impersonating Domino. Feral (Maria Callasantos), who possessed a bestial temperament and appearance. Shatterstar (Gaveedra Seven), a swashbuckling warrior from another dimension. Warpath (James Proudstar), the younger brother of slain X-Man Thunderbird and a former Hellion, an Apache who possessed super strength and speed. The New Mutants was cancelled in 1991 with issue #100, but the new platoon-like team formed by Cable continued in X-Force, a successful series (whose first issue sold approximately one million copies) [ citation needed] that would continue until 2002, and feature a variety of the former New Mutants cast. Cast [ edit] Collected Editions [ edit] The New Mutants has been reprinted in several trade paperbacks, some containing specific story arcs (such as the "Demon Bear Saga" by Claremont and Sienkiewicz), and some collected as part of a larger crossover of the various X-titles. Only in 2006, however, did a chronological reprinting of the series begin, with the commencement of The New Mutants Classic series of trade paperbacks. Collected Editions of New Mutants Volume 1 Title Material collected Publication date ISBN New Mutants Classic, Volume 1 The New Mutants #1–7; Marvel Graphic Novel #4; Uncanny X-Men #167 May 2006 0785121943 New Mutants Classic, Volume 2 The New Mutants #8–17 January 2007 0785121951 New Mutants Classic, Volume 3 The New Mutants #18–25, Annual #1 May 2008 0785131191 New Mutants: The Demon Bear Saga The New Mutants #18–21 December 1990 0871356732 New Mutants Classic, Volume 4 The New Mutants #26–34 March 2009 0785137289 Secret Wars II Omnibus New Mutants #30, #36–37; Secret Wars II #1–9; Uncanny X-Men #198, #202–203; Captain America #308; Iron Man #197; Fantastic Four #282, #285, #288, #316–319; Web of Spider-Man #6; Amazing Spider-Man #268, #273–274; Daredevil #223; Incredible Hulk #312; Avengers #260–261, #265–266; Dazzler #40; Alpha Flight #28; Thing #30; Doctor Strange #74; Cloak and Dagger #4; Power Pack #18; Thor #363; Power Man and Iron Fist #121; Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #111; Defenders #152; Quasar #8 May 2009 978-0785131113 New Mutants Classic, Volume 5 The New Mutants #35–40; New Mutants Special Edition; Uncanny X-Men Annual #9 March 2010 0785144609 New Mutants Classic, Volume 6 The New Mutants #41–47; Annual #2; Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 August 2011 0785155449 X-Men: Mutant Massacre The New Mutants #46; Uncanny X-Men #210–213; X-Factor #9–11; Thor #373–374; Power Pack #27 October 2001 0785102248 New Mutants Classic, Volume 7 The New Mutants #48–54; Annual #3 May 2012 978-0785159711 New Mutants Forever The New Mutants #53–54; New Mutants Forever #1–5 February 2011 9780785147473 X-Men: Fall of the Mutants Vol. 1 The New Mutants #55–61; Uncanny X-Men #220–227; Incredible Hulk #340 February 2013 978-0785167440 X-Men: Fall of the Mutants The New Mutants #59–61; Uncanny X-Men #225–227; X-Factor #24–26 February 2002 0785108254 X-Men: Fall of the Mutants Kopitius New Mutants #55–61; Uncanny X-Men #220–227; X-Factor #19–26; Captain America #339; Daredevil #252; Fantastic Four #312; Incredible Hulk #340; Power Pack #35 May 2011 978-0-7851-5822-6 X-Men: Inferno Prologue The New Mutants #62–70, Annual #4; Uncanny X-Men #228–238, Annual #12; X-Factor #27–32, Annual #3; Material from Marvel Age Annual #4; Marvel Fanfare #40 December 2014 0785192735 X-Men: Inferno The New Mutants #71–73; Uncanny X-Men #239–243; X-Factor #36–39 December 1996 0785102221 X-Men: Inferno (Hardcover edition) New Mutants #71–73; Uncanny X-Men #239–243; X-Factor #33–40; X-Terminators #1–4; X-Factor Annual #4 June 2009 978-0785137771 New Mutants Epic Collection, Vol. 6: Curse of the Valkyries The New Mutants #71–85; X-Terminators #1–4 March 2018 9781302910174 Atlantis Attacks Omnibus New Mutants #76, Annual #5; Silver Surfer Annual #2; Iron Man Annual #10; Marvel Comics Presents #26; Uncanny X-Men Annual #13; Amazing Spider-Man Annual #23; Punisher Annual #2; Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #9; Daredevil Annual #4; Avengers Annual #18; X-Factor Annual #4; Web of Spider-Man Annual #5; Avengers West Coast #56, Annual #4; Thor Annual #14; Fantastic Four Annual #22 March 2011 978-0785144922 Acts of Vengeance Crossovers Omnibus New Mutants #84–86; Uncanny X-Men #256–258; Fantastic Four #334–336; Wolverine #19–20; Dr. Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #11–13; Incredible Hulk #363; Punisher #28–29; Punisher War Journal #12–13; Marc Spector: Moon Knight #8–10; Daredevil #275–276; Power Pack #53; Alpha Flight #79–80; X-Factor #49–50; Damage Control #1–4; and Web of Spider-Man #64–65 978-0-7851-4488-5 Cable and the New Mutants The New Mutants #86–94, New Mutants Annual #5 January 2011 0785149708 Cable Classic, Volume 1 The New Mutants #87; Cable: Blood and Metal #1–2; Cable #1–4 March 2008 078513123X X-Men: X-Tinction Agenda The New Mutants #95–97; Uncanny X-Men #270–272; X-Factor #60–62 November 1991 0871359227 X-Men: X-Tinction Agenda (Hardcover edition) New Mutants #95–97; Uncanny X-Men #235–238 & #270–272; X-Factor (1986) #60–62 978-0785155317 Deadpool Classic, Volume 1 The New Mutants #98; Deadpool ("The Circle Chase") #1–4; Deadpool, vol. 2 ("Sins of the Past") #1–4; Deadpool, vol. 3 #1 0785131248 X-Force: Shatterstar The New Mutants #99–100; X-Force: Shatterstar #1–4 August 2005 0785116338 X-Force: A Force to be Reckoned With The New Mutants #98–100, X-Force #1–4, Spider-Man #16 978-0785149842 The New Mutants, volume 2 [ edit] New Mutants (Training Squad) The New Mutants from New X-Men: Academy X #2 by Randy Green. From left to right: Danielle Moonstar, Surge, Prodigy, Wind Dancer, Elixir, Wallflower. Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance New X-Men: Academy X #2 (August 2004) Created by Nunzio DeFilippis Christina Weir Keron Grant Randy Green In-story information Base(s) Xavier Institute for Higher Learning Member(s) Danielle Moonstar (advisor) Elixir Icarus Prodigy Surge Wallflower Wind Dancer Wither The second incarnation of the New Mutants debuted in 2003 with an ongoing series of the same name, written by Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir. The series would continue for 13 issues, until June 2004, before being relaunched as New X-Men: Academy X in July 2004, with a new #1. The series featured a handful of the dozens of mutant teenagers attending the Xavier Institute, as well as their instructors, which included various X-Men as well as former members of the original New Mutants ( Karma, Magma, Dani Moonstar, and Wolfsbane). The featured group of students never refer to themselves as "the New Mutants" before the series relaunch as New X-Men: Academy X in 2004, and the reorganization of the Xavier Institute student body into various training squads. The New Mutants, advised by Dani Moonstar, were: Elixir (Josh Foley) – Josh is an Omega-Level mutant who can manipulate his or others' biologies to heal or harm. In addition, Elixir possesses gold skin which converts to black when he uses his powers offensively. He was one of the 27 students at the Xavier Institute to retain his powers after "M-Day". He was seemingly killed by the Dark Riders before returning with vastly enhanced abilities. He is currently taking refuge in Tibet with Xorn. Icarus (Joshua "Jay" Guthrie) – Jay possesses red angelic wings on his back that allow him to fly and which grant him an accelerated healing process. Furthermore, he possesses the ability to manipulate his own voice. Jay's wings are amputated by Stryker, [11] who later kills him. [12] Prodigy (David Alleyne) – David was the team's co-leader who could temporarily gain the knowledge and skills of those near him. Although he was de-powered after "M-Day", he has retained all the knowledge he had acquired prior to the "Decimation". [13] Current member of the Young Avengers. Surge (Noriko Ashida) – Noriko is Japanese. She absorbs electricity from her environment which she can discharge as powerful electric blasts or utilize as superhuman speed. She requires mechanical gauntlets to prevent overcharge. Surge was one of the 27 students at the Xavier Institute to retain her powers after "M-Day". She is currently a student of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Wallflower (Laurie Collins) – Laurie is a shy girl who generates highly potent pheromones that influence people's emotions. She was one of the 27 students at the Xavier Institute to retain her powers after "M-Day". Laurie was later killed by one of Stryker 's men. [14] Wind Dancer (Sofia Mantega) – Sofia was the other co-leader and was a temperamental aerokinetic who was particularly adept at using this power to manipulate sound. She was depowered after "M-Day" and joined a group of fellow ex-mutants as part of the New Warriors. Donning a variety of mechanical gear, she took up the codename Renascence before the group disbanded. Her current whereabouts are unknown. Wither (Kevin Ford) – Kevin could cause organic material to decay with his touch. He eventually switches to the Hellions squad. [15] He is later killed by Elixir. [16] Another such group, advised by Emma Frost, was known as the Hellions and, like their predecessor, was the arch-rival of the New Mutants. Whereas the original New Mutants series revolved around battles with world-threatening menaces, New Mutants volume 2 focused on the characters' personal relationships and struggles with controlling their powers. After " M-Day ", the cataclysmic event that decimated the world's mutant population, only 27 of the 182 students enrolled at the Xavier Institute retained their powers. The New Mutants and the other training squads were disbanded, and the remaining students were folded into a single junior team, the New X-Men. [17] Collected Editions of New Mutants Volume 2 New Mutants: Back to School New Mutants, vol. 2 #1–6 March 2005 0785112421 New Mutants: Back to School – Complete Collection New Mutants, vol. 2 #1–13; X-Men Unlimited #42–43 January 2018 978-1302910327 New Mutants, volume 3 [ edit] New Mutants Variant cover to New Mutants, vol. 3 #1 by Bob McLeod. Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance New Mutants #1 (2009) Created by Zeb Wells (writer) Diogenes Neves (artist) In-story information Base(s) Utopia 1128 Mission Street, San Francisco Member(s) Former Members: Blink Cannonball Cypher Karma Magik Magma Mirage Sunspot Warlock X-Man In May 2009, a third volume of New Mutants was launched. The series was initially written by Zeb Wells and pencilled by Diogenes Neves with the titular characters forming a new field team for the X-Men. The team is a reunion of the cast from the first volume, consisting of Cannonball, Karma, Magik, Magma, Dani Moonstar and Sunspot. The reunion is spun from events from the limited series X-Infernus. Magik shows up at the X-Men headquarters in San Francisco, claiming to be from the future and warning that Dani Moonstar and Karma are in danger. Once tests show that Illyanna is not an imposter, Cannonball leads a rescue mission with her. They are joined by Magma and Sunspot. [18] They end up taking on Legion. In later issue, Warlock returns to Earth [19] and Cypher reappears alive, under the control of Selene. After Warlock frees him from Selene's control, Cypher joins the team. [20] [21] During " Siege ", Hela empowers Dani (now going by the codename Mirage [22]) as a Valkyrie to bring the souls of the fallen Asgardians to her. During " X-Men: Second Coming ", Karma loses her leg after being repeatedly stabbed by Cameron Hodge. [23] It is replaced with a bionic one. Magik leads the team to Limbo, as part of her plan for revenge against the Elder Gods. Cyclops has her imprisoned for her actions. [24] In the same issue, Cannonball and Karma also leave the team. After they successfully rescue him from Sugar Man, Nate Grey joins the team. [25] When the X-Men split in X-Men: Schism, the team sides with Cyclops and stays on Utopia. [26] Their next mission is to find Blink. After locating her and helping her defeat a mutant rock band (Diskhord), Blink returns with them but decides to join the X-Men at the Jean Grey School of Higher Learning. [27] She does join them during the last issues of the series. [28] Collected Editions of New Mutants Volume 3 New Mutants: Return of Legion New Mutants, vol. 3 #1–5; Marvel Spotlight: New Mutants December 2009 0785139923 New Mutants: Necrosha New Mutants, vol. 3 #6–11 May 2010 0785139931 X-Necrosha New X-Men #32; X-Force vol. 3 #11, #21–25; New Mutants vol. 3 #6–8; X-Men: Legacy #231–234; X-Force/New Mutants: Necrosha One-Shot; X Necrosha: The Gathering; material from X-Force vol. 3 Annual #1 December 2010 078514675X X-Men: Second Coming Second Coming: Prepare; Second Coming #1–2; Uncanny X-Men #523–525; New Mutants, vol. 3 #12–14; X-Men Legacy #235–237; X-Force vol. 3 #26–28 September 2010 0785146784 New Mutants: Fall of the New Mutants New Mutants, vol. 3 #15–21 0785145834 X-Men: Age of X Age of X: Alpha; X-Men Legacy #245–247; New Mutants, vol. 3 #22–24; Age of X: Universe #1–2 July 2011 078515289X New Mutants: Unfinished Business New Mutants, vol. 3 #25–28 October 2011 078515230X Fear Itself: Wolverine/New Mutants Fear Itself: Wolverine #1–3; New Mutants, vol. 3 #29–32 April 2012 0785158081 New Mutants: A Date with the Devil New Mutants, vol. 3 #33–37 0785152326 New Mutants: De-Animator New Mutants, vol. 3 #38–41 November 2012 0785161600 Journey Into Mystery/New Mutants: Exiled New Mutants, vol. 3 #42–43, Exiled #1, Journey Into Mystery #637–638 September 2012 0785165401 New Mutants: Fight the Future New Mutants, vol. 3 #44–50 December 2012 0785161619 New Mutants, volume 4 [ edit] New Mutants Cover to New Mutants (vol. 4) #1 by Rod Reis. Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics Schedule Monthly No. of issues 8 (as of 26 February 2020) Main character(s) First team: Cannonball Chamber Cypher Karma Magik Mirage Mondo Sunspot Wolfsbane Second team: Armor Boom Boom Glob Maxime Manon Creative team Created by Jonathan Hickman & Ed Brisson (writers) Rod Reis (artist) New Mutants was relaunched in November 2019 as part of Dawn of X. Written by Jonathan Hickman and Ed Brisson, and drawn by Rod Reis, the initial team comprised Chamber, Cypher, Karma, Magik, Mirage, Mondo, Sunspot and Wolfsbane. [29] A second team comprising Armor, Boom Boom, Glob, Maxime and Manon debuted in issue #3 (December 2019). [30] Prints [ edit] Collected editions [ edit] Format New Mutants Volume 1 New Mutants #1–2, 5, 7 Trade paperback May 12, 2020 [35] ISBN 978-1302919924 Other versions [ edit] Rahne of Terra [ edit] The graphic novel Rahne of Terra, by Peter David, is set in a heroic fantasy universe in which Wolfsbane 's counterpart is Princess Rain of Geshem. Other denizens of Terra include Rain's lady-in-waiting Tabby (Boom-Boom), the knights Richard (Rictor), Robert (Sunspot), and Samuel (Cannonball) and the peasant boy Douglas (Cypher). The Terrans all duplicate the powers of their counterparts in one way or another. [36] New Mutants: Truth or Death [ edit] In 1997, a three-issue reunion series written by Ben Raab and illustrated by Bernard Chang, New Mutants: Truth or Death, featured the young New Mutants traveling forward in time to meet their older, jaded selves in X-Force. Worst X-Man Ever [ edit] Here the New Mutants consist of X-Ceptional, who can explode permanently, Riches, who turns whatever he touches to gold, Minerva, who can manipulate reality, and Riches' sister Rags. Riches kills Professor X and takes over the world. Rags begins a relationship with Gambit, and Minerva goes to pure idea. X-Ceptional grabs Riches and explodes, killing them both. [37] Ultimate Marvel [ edit] In Ultimate X-Men, the Academy of Tomorrow (previously called New Mutants) is founded by Emma Frost. It is loosely linked to the X-Men via Emma Frost's professional relationship with her former lover and teacher Charles Xavier. This Academy accepts any talented students, regardless of their genetic status. The team is headed by a non-telepathic and more pacifistic version of Emma Frost and headed by field leader Havok. During Ultimatum, the Academy of Tomorrow is destroyed in a terrorist attack by Multiple Man. [38] Former members include Angel, Beast, Cannonball, Cypher, Dazzler, Karma, Northstar, Polaris, and Sunspot. In other media [ edit] Television [ edit] The animated TV series X-Men: Evolution (2000–2003) featured a group called the New Mutants who, like their comic book counterparts, were a junior team living at the Xavier Institute concurrently with the X-Men. The team featured Boom-Boom, Cannonball, Magma, Sunspot and Wolfsbane. Other members, such as Berzerker, Iceman, Jubilee, and Multiple Man were not New Mutants in the comic book series, but were featured in other X-Men comics. Mirage also appeared in the show's penultimate episode where she joined the team in a dream she projected into Shadowcat 's head. New Mutants is the name given to the "race" of Mutants on the television show Mutant X. Film [ edit] The live-action film X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) featured several of the New Mutants characters in supporting roles, namely Clarice Ferguson / Blink, James Proudstar / Warpath, and Robert da Costa / Sunspot portrayed by Fan Bingbing, Booboo Stewart and Adan Canto, respectively. [39] [40] [41] [42] [43] In May 2015, 20th Century Fox announced Josh Boone will direct a film adaptation of the New Mutants. Lauren Shuler Donner and Simon Kinberg will be producing the film, while Boone and Knate Gwaltney are writing the script. Boone and Gwaltney initially pitched the film to Kinberg and Fox by making a comic book mapping out a trilogy of New Mutant movies using panels from the original issues. [44] In October 2015, [1] [45] Boone tweeted that the first draft for the script is complete. [46] Kinberg has stated that the film will be a young-adult style movie. [47] On March 31, 2016, HitFix reported that Maisie Williams and Anya Taylor-Joy were rumored to be cast as Wolfsbane and Magik. [48] Boone announced on his Instagram account that the second draft for the film is finished. [49] Boone posted a photo on his Instagram page showing that those appearing will include Magik, [50] Wolfsbane, [51] Mirage, [52] Cannonball, [53] Sunspot, [54] and Warlock. [55] [56] Kinberg told Collider in an interview that Professor X will appear and filming may start in early 2017 and told That Hashtag Show that the film is very loyal to the comics. [57] [58] On August 25, 2016, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Boone will re-team with his The Fault In Our Stars writers Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber to write the script. [59] On November 9, 2016, Kinberg announced to The Hollywood Reporter that filming would start in spring 2017. [60] At almost the end of the month, Coming reported that Demon Bear would be the main antagonist in the film, the site also reveal that 20th Century Fox is currently targeting a Spring 2018 release date, the film's tone is describing as a " Stephen King meets John Hughes -style horror movie" and that Nat Wolff is being eyed for the role of Cannonball. [61] In December 2016, it was announced that the film would begin production in May 2017. [62] That same month, Boone told Creative Screenwriting that the film inspired his script from Chris Claremont's run with Demon Bear. [63] In January 2017, Taylor-Joy confirmed in an interview with Superhero Hype that James McAvoy will be reprising his role as Charles Xavier / Professor X in the film. [64] In May 2017, Anya Taylor-Joy and Maisie Williams were officially cast to play Magik and Wolfsbane respectively. Later that month, Charlie Heaton and Henry Zaga were cast to play Cannonball and Sunspot. 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