New Mutants (1983) #72

New Mutants (1983) #72



Demons poured through a giant stepping disc portal, which was being held open by a giant inverted pentagram in the sky above Manhattan. Darkchilde wailed as she realised that N'Astirh had used her to send Limbo to New York, but he delighted in the fact that she had accepted her true power. The demons adored her and bowed before her. Sym arrived and was outraged to see her being given such respect. He grabbed her by the wrist and threw her around. N'astirh demanded that he release Darkchilde, but Sym cancelled their agreement.The two demons began to fight. They were both strong, but N'astirh relied more on his magic spells. However, he couldn't hit Sym because of his malleable transmode infected body. He nearly hit Darkchilde instead. Sym taunted N'astirh knowing that his magic was spread thinly. Darkchilde teleported away when the fight came to an end.The rest of the New Mutants watched her disappear and wondered what to do about the portal. Gosamyr spotted tiny planes flying around the inverted pentagram that held the portal open. Realising that the demons were flying after the planes to stop them, Warlock gathered up the New Mutants and flew them up to the portal. Looking down, Sunspot saw a demon drop a boy (see X-Terminators # 4).Darkchylde landed outside a diner that had been corrupted by Limbo's influence. She was dragged inside and watched priests & nuns throw themselves into a blender, the resulting blood juice was offered to her as a drink. Terrified, she teleported away.In the skies, the New Mutants met the X-Terminators. The two teams thought themselves to blame, and explained what was happening. The aerial New Mutants offered to take over the X-Terminators' mission to save the mutant babies who were held in the pentagram. N'astirh had kidnapped them to power his portal spell, and the babies were used to hold the corners of the pentagram in place. The X-Terminators then flew back down to the ground to save their team-mate Wiz Kid (see X-Terminators #...


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