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I love how much of a blabbermouth the Blob is being here. But damn there are so many parallels in this comic to the Trump administration. Here we find out that when X-Factor turned over the Inferno babies to Freedom Force to be returned to their families, the government actually stole the babies for nefarious reasons. Sound familiar? These sorts of fascist tendencies are so universal, and so meticulously ritualistic, you’d think the American public would be more sensitive to them. But nope, we’re just a bunch of ignorant fuckholes. (New Mutants #78 – Aug 1989)

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First off, now that Illyana has reverted to the child she was before she got trapped in Limbo and assaulted by demons for 8 years, the New Mutants drop her back at her parents’ house in Russia like they were spending the afternoon at Chucky Cheese so she can resume the innocent childhood she was enjoying before Colossus got her mixed up in all kinds of X-Men bullshit. I guess we’ll just leave her here for a few years until she contracts the legacy virus. In the meantime, Dani succumbs to a mystical virus of her own as a result of her being a normal earthling imbued with the powers of an Asgardian Valkyrie or something like that. (New Mutants #77 – July 1989)

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Dani Moonstar’s been feeling a little sick to her stomach for about 30 issues now, ever since she got mystical Valkyrie powers when she was in Asgard. But there’s been so much shit going on since then with mutants falling and getting massacred and demons infernoing all over the place that we all forgot about it. Welp, this is what happens when you ignore a sore throat so long that you become the goddess of Hel. This is basically how Jim Henson died. (New Mutants #77 – July 1989)

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This is a nice callback to how Boom Boom has been dropping time bombs into peoples’ pants since the second she showed up on X-Factor’s doorstep, but honestly if this comic was at all realistic I’m pretty sure Beast would be strangling that kid by now. Like, how much of that shit can one Beast put up with. (X-Factor #41 – Jun 1989)

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Oh come on. I would HOPE Cyclops knows who the New Mutants are. He was the leader of the X-Men when the New Mutants started living at the school! God damn it this motherfucker has the memory of an Alzheimeric guppy. Well this issue was basically pointless, involving a really boring battle against a giant squid, and this story only serves to relocate the New Mutants to X-Factor’s ship since they can no longer stay at the X-Mansion under the tutelage of Magneto (since Magneto revealed his plans to take over the world and since the fucking school blew up). Look at Cyclops standing there with his hands on his hips. “Sure you kids can stay here! Kids basically take care of themselves! Hey Hank let’s go make sure my ex-wife is still dead.” (New Mutants #76 – Jun 1989)

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We just can’t shake these X-Terminators characters. They are even more obnoxious than the Fallen Angels. And in their latest adventure, whilst exploring the sea floor as part of an educational exercise assigned by X-Factor’s sentient spacecraft, the kids find an Atlantean artifact lost by Namor the Submariner way back in the fourth issue of the Fantastic Four. And because they can’t help but fuck around with it, all the kids take turns tooting on it until Boom Boom toots it just right and calls forth a giant sea squid from the depths of the ocean. This is riveting stuff. Let me tell you. (New Mutants #76 – Jun 1989)

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X-Terminators

Volume: 1 #4

Finale

Writers: Louise Simonson

Pencils: Jon Bogdanove

Inks: Al Milgrom

Colours: Petra Scotese

Covers: Jon Bogdanove, Al Milgrom

Featuring: Leech, Artie Maddicks, Rictor, Rusty Collins, Skids, Boom-Boom, Takeshi Matsuya, N'Astirh, S'ym, Crotus, Magik, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Mirage, Cannonball, Warlock, Gosamyr

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X-Terminators

Volume: 1 #3

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

Writers: Louise Simonson

Pencils: Jon Bogdanove

Inks: Al Milgrom

Colours: John Wellington

Covers: Jon Bogdanove, Al Milgrom

Featuring: Leech, Artie Maddicks, Rictor, Rusty Collins, Skids, Boom-Boom, Takeshi Matsuya, N'Astirh, Crotus

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The time when the original five X-Men pretended to be mutant bounty hunters.

As the anti-mutant hysteria spreads, the original five X-Men consisting of Cyclops (Scott Summers), Jean Grey, Iceman (Bobby Drake), Angel (Warren Worthington III) and Beast (Hank McCoy) dedicated themselves to continuing Xavier’s dream, with an odd twist: they masqueraded themselves as mutant hunters living in advanced headquarters, while secretly saving and training new mutants. 

In this case, they were called over to catch the fugitive mutant who is a young man named Rusty Collins. When they interact with the humans who called them up, Cyclops and others would show up in blue uniforms whereas in another scene, they show up in standard X-Uniforms when they subdue the young mutant with fire powers. Cyclops and his team managed to subdue Rusty Collins by knocking him out and wrapping him up in the asbestos blanket. After they gave the man a bill, they unwrapped Rusty and explained to him about their “mutant-hunting” masquerade and they are here to help him control his powers. 

- X-Factor v1 #1, 1986

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