New Mutants (1983) #76

New Mutants (1983) #76



The New Mutants flew away from the destroyed site of their old school.  Brightwind had survived the destruction and found Mirage.  They weren't sure where to go, and when Wolfsbane suggested that they all call their respective parents to go home Warlock reminded her that he had no parents to return to.  They were all exhausted, it had been at least two of three days since they last slept.  So they landed in town to make a phone call, but a local woman called them demons and demanded that Wolfsbne hand over Illyana (a seemingly normal child) to her.  Sunspot grew enraged at the accusation and powered up his crackling black fire effect to scare the local bigots away.  Just as Mirage used her power to conjure up a quarter for the pay-phone, the police turned up chasing the New Mutants back into the air.  Warlock then suggested that they return to X-Factor's Ship where their friends the X-Terminators lived.The X-Terminators were swimming to the bottom of the ocean.  Jean Grey had insisted that the X-Terminators have a lesson, and they had convinced Ship that an underwater excursion would be educational.  So Ship created bubble-helmets, air tanks and flippers and they were enjoying their swim.  Rictor disturbed an octopus, which shot ink at them.  It also drew the attention of sharks, which Skids kept at bay with her deflector shield.  Boom-Boom tried to use her time-bombs, but the water resistance meant that they floated too slowly.  Rusty had to heat the water up to flush the bomb away from them and into the coral below.  Rictor used his vibrations to stir up the water and confuse the sharks into leaving.Free to swim in safety again, the X-Terminators made a discovery; a bizarrely shaped shell.  Rusty picked up the shell and they swam back to Ship to investigate further.  Boom-Boom was grossed out by the years worth of slime and coral that had grown over it, bit Rictor guessed that it was in fact an ancient Atlantean artefact.  While the X-Terminators...


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