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From the pages of New X-Men: Academy X come the resident bad boys (and girls) of Xavier's The Hellions spend the summer in California, where they'll discover the dirty secrets from one of their pasts and will face a temptation that will determine whether these kids will be heroes or villains. Collecting: New X-Men: Hellions 1-4 From the pages of New X-Men: Academy X come the resident bad boys (and girls) of Xavier's The Hellions spend the summer in California, where they'll discover the dirty secrets from one of their pasts and will face a temptation that will determine whether these kids will be heroes or villains. Collecting: New X-Men: Hellions 1-4


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From the pages of New X-Men: Academy X come the resident bad boys (and girls) of Xavier's The Hellions spend the summer in California, where they'll discover the dirty secrets from one of their pasts and will face a temptation that will determine whether these kids will be heroes or villains. Collecting: New X-Men: Hellions 1-4 From the pages of New X-Men: Academy X come the resident bad boys (and girls) of Xavier's The Hellions spend the summer in California, where they'll discover the dirty secrets from one of their pasts and will face a temptation that will determine whether these kids will be heroes or villains. Collecting: New X-Men: Hellions 1-4

30 review for New X-Men: Hellions

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Better than the actual New X-Men series. The teenage soap opera-y stuff is replaced by your typical superhero story where a guy named the Kingmaker makes deals with the Hellions in exchange for favors. I'd take this anyday over winey teenage melodrama. Clayton Henry's art is better than any of the subpar artists they've had on the main book. Better than the actual New X-Men series. The teenage soap opera-y stuff is replaced by your typical superhero story where a guy named the Kingmaker makes deals with the Hellions in exchange for favors. I'd take this anyday over winey teenage melodrama. Clayton Henry's art is better than any of the subpar artists they've had on the main book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    C. Varn

    enjoyable but predictable Christina Eric's writing with the Hellions is consistent with the New X-men but it's filled with very predictable beats and turns. Also the Hellions made a lot more sense in their origins in the New Mutants but as the rogue team of X-men, they aren't quite as compelling. Enjoyable but predictable. enjoyable but predictable Christina Eric's writing with the Hellions is consistent with the New X-men but it's filled with very predictable beats and turns. Also the Hellions made a lot more sense in their origins in the New Mutants but as the rogue team of X-men, they aren't quite as compelling. Enjoyable but predictable.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mitchell

    A lightweight but readable Hellions story. Pretty good actually, but in the end it was still a Hellions story. And it helps to care about at least some of the characters. I know there is life in at least a few of these characters elsewhere. But here I really didn't care about them much. And Frost is the behind-the-scenes hero. 3.5 of 5. A lightweight but readable Hellions story. Pretty good actually, but in the end it was still a Hellions story. And it helps to care about at least some of the characters. I know there is life in at least a few of these characters elsewhere. But here I really didn't care about them much. And Frost is the behind-the-scenes hero. 3.5 of 5.

  4. 5 out of 5

    J.

    A totally solid collection considering the whole genie/deal-with-the-devil theme. Enjoyable enough, but nothing particularly fantastic. I don't really have any complaints but I don't really have any praises either. A totally solid collection considering the whole genie/deal-with-the-devil theme. Enjoyable enough, but nothing particularly fantastic. I don't really have any complaints but I don't really have any praises either.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jedi Sunni

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The Hellions really, I really don't care for the name or team in general. I the story plot was one we have heard and is a classic. I will say unlike the outcome in this story when deals are made with the devil the consequences are apparent. Other than this I thought this was an above average comic and worth the read. I love relating anything I read to real life and this is a story that give you that. The art was very solid a well. I give this book a 3.3 out of 5.0. The Hellions really, I really don't care for the name or team in general. I the story plot was one we have heard and is a classic. I will say unlike the outcome in this story when deals are made with the devil the consequences are apparent. Other than this I thought this was an above average comic and worth the read. I love relating anything I read to real life and this is a story that give you that. The art was very solid a well. I give this book a 3.3 out of 5.0.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    The focus on a smaller cast of characters seems to suit Weir & DeFilippis's writing, as this is the best of the Academy X books that I've read so far. It's a tight, reined in story about wish fulfillment that skirts the cliches rather than tripping over them. Clayton Henry's art is also a boon for this collection. The focus on a smaller cast of characters seems to suit Weir & DeFilippis's writing, as this is the best of the Academy X books that I've read so far. It's a tight, reined in story about wish fulfillment that skirts the cliches rather than tripping over them. Clayton Henry's art is also a boon for this collection.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Judith Groen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I enjoyed this book way more than I thought I would. I was really sure they would grow up to be villains... But I guess they suprised me, and I really liked that. Who would actually be able to resist everything they ever wanted?

  8. 4 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    Of you are already familiar with the chart, it's a fun story. Of you are already familiar with the chart, it's a fun story.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

    Marvel has never been afraid to expand the X-Men mythos by adding new members and spin-off teams. The Hellions are the newest team, and they seem quite fit to face the world of today. The Hellions are actually a squad of students that are attending Academy X, which is the core of the New X-Men comics. They are made up of the outsiders at the school. They are taken under the wing of Emma Frost, former villain and evil lady White Queen from the Hellfire Club, who has mended her ways after her origi Marvel has never been afraid to expand the X-Men mythos by adding new members and spin-off teams. The Hellions are the newest team, and they seem quite fit to face the world of today. The Hellions are actually a squad of students that are attending Academy X, which is the core of the New X-Men comics. They are made up of the outsiders at the school. They are taken under the wing of Emma Frost, former villain and evil lady White Queen from the Hellfire Club, who has mended her ways after her original Hellions (also villains) died in battle. Her guidance and their skills seem to be quite fruitful since the squad turns out to be the winners of an intra-school competition that is not unlike the House Cup competition in the Harry Potter books. The team is made up of: * Hellion, a.k.a. Julian Keller, is telekinetic. * Dust, a.k.a. Sooraya Qadir, is a shy girl from Afghanistan who can turn herself into a living whirlwind of dust. She regularly dresses in a niqab, or veil. * Mercury, a.k.a. Cessily Kincaid, a shapeshifter whose body is composed of non-toxic liquid mercury. * Rockslide, a.k.a. Santo Vaccaro, able to manifest a physical body comprised of solid rock from the immediate environment and launch limbs at great velocity. * Tag, a.k.a. Brian Cruz, could psionically "tag" a person so that bystanders are compelled to run away from the person. * Wither, a.k.a. Kevin Ford, can destroy organic matter on touch. He accidentally killed his father when his powers manifested. This volume, their first adventure under their own title, joins the team as they are heading out for their summer vacation with hopes of spending it with Hellion's wealthy family in California. They can't even get onto a plane before things get really interesting. Before long they find themselves in the middle of a situation where they could have their most cherished dreams ... for a price. When it comes time to pay that price, they learn what it really means to be heroes. These characters are unique and very interesting and are involved with backgrounds and storylines, such as bioterrorism and the war in Afghanistan, that keep the Marvel Universe current. In some ways, they harken back to the second generation of X-Mean, which had Storm, Banshee, Wolverine, Nightcrawler, and Colossus at its core because of how the characters are troubled teens being cobbled together into an effective group of heroes.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Todd

    A short but sweet story featuring the Hellions from DeFilippis' run on New X-Men. This gives a bit more depth to some of the supporting characters. Completely non-essential but good for fans of the New X-Men. A short but sweet story featuring the Hellions from DeFilippis' run on New X-Men. This gives a bit more depth to some of the supporting characters. Completely non-essential but good for fans of the New X-Men.

  11. 4 out of 5

    saskia

    Now that's I've been hanging with the Hellions I feel like they have moved up on my ladder of favourites. Emma Frost is such a proud mum. I love it. Now that's I've been hanging with the Hellions I feel like they have moved up on my ladder of favourites. Emma Frost is such a proud mum. I love it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Surprisingly enjoyable, especially considering I didn't even like that group. Surprisingly enjoyable, especially considering I didn't even like that group.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Solitairerose

    Spin-off mini-series that feels very paint by the numbers. The lead character is unlikable, and many of the supporting characters are simply plot devices. Pretty much generic and disposable.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Ledrew

    By leaps and bounds the best of "New X-Men: Academy X" yet, and it's not even in the main series. By leaps and bounds the best of "New X-Men: Academy X" yet, and it's not even in the main series.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Nice to get some characterizations for the Hellions, but overall this is just a fair story, with no real consequences.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brooklyn

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dan

  18. 5 out of 5

    Grendelsbayne

  19. 5 out of 5

    Riley Freer

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dom Nuno

  21. 4 out of 5

    J

  22. 4 out of 5

    Omar

  23. 5 out of 5

    Len

  24. 4 out of 5

    Austin Coglianese

  25. 5 out of 5

    cissy

  26. 4 out of 5

    Syeda

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stitch

  28. 5 out of 5

    Caleb

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kerianne Crocker

  30. 5 out of 5

    RosieH

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