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Issue:	New Mutants Summer Special
Date:	1990
Story:	A Mutant in Megalopolis (67 pages)
Feature Characters:	Sunspot, Wolfsbane, Boom Boom, Warlock
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Marge Simpson, Roseanne, Whoopie Goldberg, the Beatles, Doogie
Howser, Darrin and Samantha, and a few other images on Warlock's TV sets.
Villains:	a Siren, Moopert Rurdock of the Manufacture of Consent, a
Rent-a-President (George Bush); Mutual Assured Destruction, Situation Ethics
Other Characters:	The Wobblies Sneaker Gang including Mookie; scientists
including Jeff
Credits:	Writer: Ann Nocenti
	Pencils & Inks: Bret Blevins
	Letters: Bill Oakley
	Colors: Greg Wright
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is a parable of social theory.
	Rahne, watching disasters on the TV news, is moved to tears by the disparity
between her life and that of the poor. Boom Boom tells her to just be "Zen" about
it. Then, they discover that a river on the estate is polluted.
	Warlock, a big TV fan, detects a new, alien signal. He and Sunspot pull it to
earth and find a vidiot: a TV-headed being from another dimension ruled by a
corporate-military-media megalopoly. He and Boom Boom open a portal which
transports all five there.
	Rahne is seduced by a Siren representing consumerism and temporarily buys into
a politically correct life: husband, two rent-a-kids, everything money can buy,
but morally empty.
	The rest overhear Rurdock plotting a cover-up. He rents a president to
distract public opinion and is successful.
	Roberto realizes that this world is like America, where the press is assumed
free and is therefore free to conspire and conceal.
	They wander down to the Third World, which is under constant bombardment from
M.A.D., a double-headed figure representing America and Russia. As they squabble,
they bombard the Third World. Boom Boom and Roberto attack them, spurring them to
knock each other out. When they awake, the Third World realizes how puny they are
and laughs at them.
	Boom Boom, Warlock, Roberto, and the vidiot attack the Megalopolis itself,
despite the attempt of Situation Ethics to confuse the issues. They follow the
bottom line to the power center, which contains an altar to Greed and is bedecked
with symbols of the US and of the USSR. They are attacked by robots and decide to
fight them. Rahne comes to her senses and joins them, follows a child who has
discovered the Mediamogul behind a curtain (as in the Wizard of Oz), and pulls
the plug on him. His soldiers disappear, and his people laugh at him.
	The New Mutants are returned to earth, where kids calling themselves the
Wobblie Sneaker Gang had decided to sit in the polluted river as a protest. The
media took note, embarrassing the megazine president enough that he ordered his
printing factory to stop polluting. The river is saved, and TV is legitimized.
	NOTE: a pin-up gallery follows: Rahne, Warlock, Roberto, and Boom Boom
watching Donald Duck on TV; the four falling through a dimensional portal;
M.A.D.; the four watching TV.

Issue:	New Mutants 92
Date:	Aug-90
Story:	When the Carnival Comes to Town (29 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Warlock, Boom Boom, Rictor;
Cable
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	disguised Skrull slavers including Sebastian, Horio, Musard, Gragnon,
a clown, lions, tigers, and pachyderms
Other Characters:	Mrs. Guthrie, carnival attendees including Mabel
Credits:	Writer: Dwight Zimmerman
	Pencils: Bob Hall
	Inks: Jeff Albrecht
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Nel Yomtov
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Cable trains Rahne in the Danger Room and activates a holographic
image of a giant clown, which brings up bad memories of the Case of the Corrupted
Carnival:
	Flashback: the New Mutants visiting Kentucky, going to a carnival. They see
animals who are really Skrulls, and the tiger tells Sebastian that the these
teenagers have super powers.
	Roberto and Sam can't knock down milk bottles because the game is rigged as a
test. Boom Boom wins by using her power, but the prize teddy bear has chemicals
in it that make Rahne ill. In the first aid tent she and Rictor are knocked out,
miniaturized, and put on display with other captives. Sam sees it but does not
realize it is real. Boom Boom is accosted by a large Skrull, who is felled when
Rictor uses his power to break out of the case.
	The New Mutants (and everyone else) flee, but the Skrulls attack, planning to
sell them into slavery. The police arrive; and the carnival transforms itself
into a spaceship and zooms away. The miniaturization has by this time worn off.
	Rahne and Cable deplore the fact that nothing is completely safe and innocent.
	NOTE: a team picture follows, still including Rusty and Skids.

Issue:	New Mutants 93
Date:	Sep-90
Story:	Madripoor (29 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Warlock, Boom Boom, Rictor;
Cable
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Shiro Yashida (Sunfire); Wolverine
Villains:	Gen. Nguyen Ngoc Coy; MLF's Stryfe, Zero, Sumo, Kamikaze, Dragoness
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Rob Liefeld
	Inks: Hilary Barta
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	In Madripoor to meet Sunfire, a disproportionate Cable and the New
Mutants are ambushed. Sunfire arrives and beats off the attack. They ally to
forestall the MLF from engaging in chemical warfare.
	Stryfe and Coy plan the destruction of the New Mutants.
	Rahne defends her interest in Rictor to Roberto, who finds the newcomer too
moody (!).
	Sunfire, Warlock, Boom Boom, and Sam fight Kamikaze, Sumo and Dragoness (read:
Cannonball, Blob, and Sunfire) and are winning until Zero and Stryfe show up and
paralyze and capture them.
	Cable spots an intruder and attacks him. When he and Wolverine recognize each
other, they begin to fight in earnest.

Issue:	New Mutants 94
Date:	Oct-90
Story:	Lethal Weapons (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Warlock, Boom Boom, Rictor;
Cable
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Shiro Yashida (Sunfire); Wolverine
Villains:	MLF's Stryfe, Zero, Sumo, Kamikaze, Dragoness
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Rob Liefeld
	Inks: Hilary Barta
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Cable and Wolverine duke it out while the MLF plan to poison water
supplies around the world. Sam flirts with Dragoness; she kisses him; he filches
the key from her (while his hands are shackled above his head!), and Boom Boom,
not understanding and jealous, also kisses him. They impress each other.
	Rictor tips a water tower onto Cable and Wolverine to stop their fight. They
ally to stop Stryfe, who decides to use human soldiers to stop the escaped
mutants while reserving super-powered henchmen to pour chemicals. Sam and Sunfire
use judo and threats to subdue and intimidate Stryfe's soldiers and find the
chemical stockpile. Cable and Wolverine arrive, then the MLF. In the ensuing
battle, Cable and Stryfe argue, Wolverine destroys the poison with his claws (?),
and Rictor fells Dragonness, whose fire ignites crates of explosives. The New
Mutants escape and hope that Stryfe was killed in the explosion.

Issue:	New Mutants Annual 6
Date:	1990
Story 1:	The Once and Future Mutant (45 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Sunspot, Wolfsbane, Warlock, Rictor, Boom Boom;
Cable
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Franklin Richards 2017, Rachel Summers 2017, Doug Ramsey 2017,
Blaze, Blue, Banshee 2017; Jimmy Carter (as a template for Warlock); Reed, Sue,
and Franklin Richards, Banshee
Villains:	Ahab and his hounds and Sentinels
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Terry Shoemaker, Chris Wozniak
	Inks: assorted
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of Days of Future Present.
	Franklin 2017 arrives at the ruins of Xavier's mansion. Ahab, alerted to his
presence, takes his hounds to capture him.
	The New Mutants are working out in the Danger Room when visitors arrive from
the future and attack them. Trying to flee, they are transported to the future
themselves. Doug is shown to have been infected by Warlock and turned into Magus.
Rahne realizes that Franklin has generated all this illusion, and both it and he
are dispelled.
	Banshee and the Richards arrive, and all are attacked by Ahab and his robots.
One of the hounds explains that the adult Franklin is a monster, and they were
sent into the past to abduct him as a child. Ahab kills the blabbermouth.
	Franklin 2017 constructs another Rachel in the Museum of Natural History. When
Sentinels attack, they ignore them, but the New Mutants, Banshee, and the
Richards defend them. Franklin finally realizes he is under attack and destroys
Sentinels and hounds alike.
	Adult Franklin confronts young Franklin, tells him his powers are bad, and
removes them. This, however, means he will be unable to stop the future
Sentinels, so Reed pleads with him to restore the powers, but since both
Franklins locked them away, they cannot be restored.

Story 2:	Tribute the Second (10 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cypher (as a ghost), Wolfsbane
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	
Other Characters:	Teddy, Winston
Credits:	none listed
Synopsis:	In the graveyard, the ghost of Doug Ramsey is sad that he is dead.
Other ghosts tell him to get over it. Rahne visits, lays flowers on the grave,
and asks Doug's permission to love Rictor. Vandals start spray painting the
tombstones and attack Rahne. She shifts to wolf-form and nearly kills one, but
since animals can sense ghosts, Doug is able to call her off. He tells her it's
okay for her to love someone else.
	NOTE: a possible future team picture follows: Rictor, Boom Boom, Cable,
Wolfsbane, Magma (?), Magik (?), Sunspot, Cannonball, Warlock, Shatterstar
	NOTE: a pinup of Cable follows.

Issue:	New Mutants 95
Date:	Nov-90
Story:	Shell Game (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Warlock, Boom Boom, Rictor;
Cable
Regular Characters:	Stevie Hunter (last in iss. 48!)
Guest Stars:	X-Men: Storm, Gambit, Forge, Banshee; X-Factor: Archangel, Iceman,
Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast
Villains:	Cameron Hodge's head (see X-Factor 34), Pipeline, Wipeout; Dr. David
Moreau (Genegineer), Havok as a Genoshan magistrate
Other Characters:	Genoshan mutates including 9212, 985, Michael
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Rob Liefeld & co.
	Inks: Joe Rubinstein & co.
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of the X-Tinction Agenda.
	Pipeline has transmitted Storm, Boom Boom, Rahne, Rictor and Warlock from
Westchester (Uncanny X-Men 270) to Genosha, an island nation off the east coast
of Africa, made rich by using mutate slaves.
	Warlock's energy is gravely depleted. The rest are subdued, and Wipeout
removes their powers. Hodge plans to try them for crimes against the state, and
to make Warlock infect him with the transmode virus so that he can shape-shift.
	Warlock slips away from Hodge and shorts out the prison cell to let the rest
escape. He is left behind, depleted, while the others split up, fleeing to the
American embassy. Rahne doubles back to help Warlock and interrupts Hodge
absorbing his energy, but is too late to save his life. He disintegrates into
dust.
	X-Factor meets up with the X-Men in Westchester, and they realize that Havok
is helping the Genoshans. They are called upon by the U.S. president.

Issue:	New Mutants 96
Date:	Dec-90
Story:	Flashpoint! (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Boom Boom, Rictor; Cable
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	X-Men: Wolverine, Psylocke, Jubilee, Forge, Gambit; X-Factor:
Cyclops, Beast, Marvel Girl, Iceman, Archangel
Villains:	Cameron Hodge, the Genegineer, Genoshan magistrates including Frank,
Havok; Wipeout
Other Characters:	Genoshan kids, mutates including 8765
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Rob Liefeld
	Inks: Art Thibert, Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Task Force Z
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of the X-Tinction Agenda.
	Jubilee, guarding Rictor and Boom Boom, leads magistrates right to them. They
knock them out without powers, take their mutate slave under their wing, and find
a place to rest.
	X-Factor and Cable are on the island, and attack the citadel. Havok, having
battled Cyclops and Psylocke (X-Factor 60), is having doubts. The Gengineer makes
Rahne a mutate, and she and Rictor separately admit their love.
	Cable, Gambit, Sunspot, Marvel Girl, and Forge are captured, their powers
wiped out. Jubilee, Rictor, and Boom Boom are nearly captured, but the mutate
lies to cover them.
	Seeing Rahne as mutate, Rictor plans to force Wipeout to return his powers,
then shake the island apart.

Issue:	New Mutants 97
Date:	Jan-91
Story:	War (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Warlock (deceased), Boom
Boom, Rictor; Cable
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	X-Men: Gambit, Wolverine, Storm, Banshee, Jubilee, Psylocke,
Havok, Forge; X-Factor: Iceman, Marvel Girl, Cyclops, Archangel, Beast
Villains:	Cameron Hodge; the Genegineer
Other Characters:	mutates including 360, magistrate "Tam" Anderson
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Guang Uap
	Inks: Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of the X-Tinction Agenda.
	The Genegineer, plotting against Hodge, gave Storm the ability to restore the
mutants' powers, and Anderson has let her do so to Cyclops (Uncanny X-Men 272).
Storm restores Jean, but the three of them barely hold back Hodge, until a
tracker bomb detonates, courtesy Forge, and Hodge flees.
	Jubilee, Boom Boom, and Rictor follow the Genegineer as his mutate tunnels
into Hodge's complex, just in time for Forge's bomb. Boom Boom recovers Warlock's
ashes.
	Storm restores powers to the rest, and Cable and Forge rebuild their limbs.
Havok remembers himself and escapes Hodge. Rahne attacks Rictor until the
Genegineer stops her. When Storm arrives and restores them all, her wolf-girl
form is larger and stronger, courtesy the Genegineer. She, Rictor, Sunspot,
Cannonball, Jubilee and Boom Boom take out some frustration on Hodge's lab and
power source.
	Hodge attacks and downs Iceman, Banshee and Psylocke, but Gambit, Forge and
Beast counter. Hodge disengages and races to defend his lab, using
shoulder-spikes on Jubilee and Sunspot. The rest attack, most effectively the
Genegineer, whom he kills, then he phases away. Cable and Storm lead the
able-bodied mutants to follow him.

Issue:	New Mutants 98
Date:	Feb-91
Story:	The Beginning of the End: Part One (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Sunspot, Boom Boom, Rictor; Cable, Domino;
Rusty, Skids, Karma, Magma, Mirage (as computer records)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Bart Simpson (on a poster); Wade Wilson (Deadpool)
Villains:	Gideon, Adam, Eve; Emmanuel da Costa
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Rob Liefeld
	Pencils & Inks: Rob Liefeld
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Gideon trains for battle in his Vail complex.
	Cable and Sam train in the Danger Room. Sam is unable to avoid Cable's shots
silently, and Cable displays an enhanced bionic arm. Warlock is dead; Rahne is
MIA in Genosha; Cable is uncaring.
	Gideon's agent Eve poisons Emmanuel. Rictor starts for Genosha to rescue
Rahne. Deadpool sneak-attacks Cable, sent to kill him by a Mr. Tolliver, but he
talks long enough for Sam to sneak up on him; Rictor, Sunspot, and Boom Boom join
in; and Deadpool is about to take them each out when Domino appears and downs
him. She is Cable's old friend (flame?) and stays on to help with the remaining
team.
	Deadpool is FedEx'd back to Tolliver, and Rictor runs off to save Rahne.
	Gideon breaks into the mansion to tell Roberto that his father has died of a
"heart attack."
	NOTE: Cable's first name is revealed: Nathan.

Issue:	New Mutants 99
Date:	Mar-91
Story:	The Beginning of the End: Part Two (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Sunspot, Boom Boom, Rictor, Maria Callasantos
(Feral), Thunderbird II, Shatterstar; Cable, Domino
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Masque, Brute, and Hump; Gideon, Adam
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Rob Liefeld (plot), Fabian Nicieza (script)
	Pencils & Inks: Rob Liefeld
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	In the Morlock tunnels, Feral escapes Masque. Thunderbird, having
resigned the Hellions and returned to his reservation, is offered a spot on
Cable's team. Gideon convinces Roberto to leave the team and attend to his
newly-inherited business. Cable chooses not to follow Rictor to Genosha,
outraging Sam and Boom Boom. Thunderbird returns to find his reservation
destroyed, all killed, and a Hellfire Club mask in the wreckage. Roberto tells
Cable he is leaving. Cable is uncaring.
	Sam and Cable argue, Cable asserting that they are fighting a war and should
not be sheltered from pain; Sam asserting that caring about your teammates eases
that pain.
	Roberto leaves. The team is down to Sam and Boom Boom, and Cable plans to
rebuild the team the right way: his way.
	Thunderbird joins up; Feral spies from the air duct and decides to do the
same; Shatterstar appears, unconscious, on the Danger Room floor.

Issue:	New Mutants 100
Date:	Apr-91
Story:	The End of the Beginning (47 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Boom Boom, Feral, Thunderbird II, Shatterstar;
Cable, Domino
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Morlocks Masque, Brute, and Hump; Mojo V, Spiral 2090; Imperial
Protectorate soldiers; the MLF's Stryfe, Wildside, Forearm, Tempo, Kamikaze,
Reaper, Zero, Rusty, Skids, Sumo, Strobe
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Rob Liefeld (plot), Fabian Nicieza (script)
	Pencils & Inks: Rob Liefeld
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Internal sensors alert the team to Shatterstar's presence. He is in
the Danger Room, beating up robots, and defeats Thunderbird, Cable, Domino, and
Sam in turn. Then Cable gets mad, takes his sword, and punches his lights out.
They take him to the med lab, and bad guys materialize in the Danger Room,
tracking him. The Morlocks also break into the mansion, tracking Feral (better
recheck the security systems!). Shatterstar wakes and explains that he has come
seeking the X-Men's help against Mojo V and Spiral, one hundred years after
Longshot's Mojo. Cable is skeptical.
	Boom Boom goes to fetch food for the new bohunk and catches Feral in the
kitchen. She asks for asylum from the Morlocks.
	Shatterstar, Thunderbird, and Domino are attacked by the Imperial soldiers,
and when the others assist, they learn that Feral is, well, feral. Shatterstar is
also extreme, sticking a sword through his own body to kill the man holding him
from behind. As soon as the soldiers are defeated, Masque shows up and demands
Feral's return. Cable shoots Brute in the head, and Masque and Hump retreat.
	Cable assembles his new "fighting unit," including three new members with
personal enemies. Cable decides too many of their enemies know their location, so
they must relocate. He declares Xavier's dream "dead," and they must now fight
for what's right. Sam and Boom Boom stay on, convinced they can still help the
world.
	Stryfe plans terrorism in Genosha as payback for the X-Tinction Agenda. He
removes his helmet, revealing that he looks like Cable.
	NOTE: the series continues as X-Force.

Issue:	New Mutants Annual 7
Date:	1991
Story 1:	Pawns of Senescence (34 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Boom Boom, Thunderbird II, Shatterstar, Feral;
Cable, Domino
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	The X-Terminators: Takeshi "Taki" Matsuya (Wiz Kid), Arthur
"Artie" Maddicks (miscalled Maddox), Leech; the New Warriors: Firestar, Namorita,
Speedball, Night Thrasher, Nova, Marvel Boy
Villains:	The Alliance of Evil: Harness, Frenzy, Tower, Stinger, Piecemeal; the
IDIC Corporation; Gideon, Mortimer Toynbee (the Toad)
Other Characters:	Harmon Furmintz and Walter Rosen of Genetech, Holly
Credits:	Writer: Fabian Nicieza
	Pencils: Guang Yap
	Inks: Dan Panosian
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Asst. Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of Kings of Pain.
	The Alliance of Evil attacks the prep school that Taki, Artie, and Leech
attend, fell them all, and force Piecemeal to eat some sort of energy deposit.
	In the hospital, Taki is introduced to the new New Mutants. They explain that
the Alliance has been working its way up the East Coast, and they plan to stop
them.
	Genetech has a meeting, in which they realize that the energy pattern being
collected by the Alliance matches one they have been paid to duplicate. In Vail,
Gideon and Toad play chess.
	At Niagara Falls, Harness forces Piecemeal to eat another energy deposit right
over the falls. The New Mutants attack and defeat them, but Harness and Piecemeal
teleport away.
	The New Mutants interrogate Tower and then break into Genetech. They easily
defeat the guards, but they find that the New Warriors are defending the lab.

Story 2:	The Killing Stroke, Part I: The First Cut (10 pages)
Feature Characters:	
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Freedom Force: Blob, Crimson Commando, Avalanche, Super Sabre,
Pyro
Villains:	Desert Sword: Sirocco, Aminedi, Arabian Knight, the Veil, Black
Raazer
Other Characters:	Dr. Reinhold Kurtzmann
Credits:	Writer: Fabian Nicieza
	Pencils: Kirk Jarvinin
	Inks: Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Mike Thomas
	Asst. Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
	"Big Boss Man": Irving Forbush
Synopsis:	Freedom Force is on a mission to get Kurtzmann out of Kuwait. They
easily defeat Iraqi tanks. Then Desert Sword attacks, beheading Sabre.

Story 3:	Close Encounters of the Mutant Kind (10 pages)
Feature Characters:	
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl; The X-Terminators: Takeshi "Taki" Matsuya
(Wiz Kid), Arthur "Artie" Maddicks, Leech; Annalee (as a hologram)
Villains:	
Other Characters:	Ida Fassbender, police officers including Sgt. Winchenbach,
Roy
Credits:	Writer: Judy Bogdanove
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Hilary Barta
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Mike Thomas
	Asst. Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Scott and Jean see Taki, Artie, and Leech in a school play. Later,
Taki takes Artie and Leech up in a flying saucer that he has built. Fassbender
sees them, calls the cops and the news, and starts a general panic. Leech sees
her on the news and wants to help her, thinking that she is really under attack
by UFO's.
	When they get to her house, she is frightened of Leech. Taki makes a small
model of the saucer, and says that is all that she saw. That satisfies her and
the police, and she invites them in for cocoa.
	NOTE: a chart of New Mutant membership follows, as do new and an old team
pictures.

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