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Issue Details

Issue #1
Published 1985
Frequency annually
Cover Price 1.50 USD; 1.75 CAD
Pages 68
Editing Ann Nocenti (editor); Jim Shooter (editor-in-chief)

Cover Details

Characters Loki; Storm; Enchantress; Mirage; Brightwind; Karma; Magma; Sunspot; Warlock; Cannonball; Wolfsbane; Magik
Genre superhero
Pencils Arthur Adams
Inks Terry Austin
Notes Wraparound cover.

64 page New Mutants story "Home Is Where The Heart Is"

Characters Cannonball; Cypher; Karma; Magik; Magma; Mirage; Sunspot; Warlock; Wolfsbane; GA: Storm; V: Loki; Enchantress; Hela; GS: Warriors Three [Fandrall; Hogun; Volstagg]; SC: Brightwind (I); OC: S'ym; Eitri (I); Kindra (I); Mist (I); Wolf Prince (I)
Synopsis Loki captures Storm; the Enchantress almost captures the New Mutants, but Magik teleports the rest of them away, where they each, individually, have life-changing adventures; eventually they reunite and defeat the Enchantress, and set out to rescue Storm.
Genre superhero
Script Chris Claremont
Pencils Arthur Adams
Inks Terry Austin
Colors Christie Scheele
Letters L. Lois Buhalis; Tom Orzechowski
Notes This story, which is continued in X-Men Annual #9, is a sequel to the events of the X-Men and Alpha Flight mini-series. The New Mutants appear here after New Mutants #34, and before X-Men Annual #9, Uncanny X-Men #200, and New Mutants #35. Warlock transforms into Longshot briefly.
Reprinted in X-Men: The Asgardian Wars (Marvel, 1988 series) #nn