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The Best Mutant

There are so many X-Men out there! You can’t walk round your private island paradise anymore without bumping into at least twenty mutants. But that raises a question which Shelfdust are going to try and answer! Who is the Best Mutant? We pitted the question to some of the best writers in comics criticism, so they could each argue their case!

The Best Mutant
– X-Factor #4 “X Of Swords Chapter 2”
The Best Mutant is Polaris, argues Cori McCreery
– New Mutants #22 “The Shadow Within”
The Best Mutant is Nightcrawler, argues Zoe Tunnell
– Wolverine & The X-Men #17 “Wolverine’s Secret Weapon”
The Best Mutant is Doop, argues Brad Gullickson
– 2000AD Prog #200″
The Best Mutant is Johnny Alpha, argues Tom Shapira
– New Mutants #73 “The Gift”
The Best Mutant is Magik, argues Duna Haller
– Age of X-Man: X-Tremists #3
Blob Could Be The Best Mutant, argues Samantha Puc
– Captain Britain & MI:13 #15
The Best Mutant is Pete Wisdom, argues Dan Grote
– Marvel Presents #150
The Best Mutant is Jessie Drake, argues Dani Kinney
– X-Men Legacy Vol 2 #24 “For We Are Many”
The Best Mutant is David Haller, argues Sean Dillon
– X-Force #19 “The Open Hand – The Closed Fist”
The Best Mutant is Cannonball, argues Vishal Gullapalli
– House of M #7
The Best Mutant is Scarlet Witch, argues Chad Nevett
– Uncanny X-Men V2 #14
The Best Mutant is Mister Sinister, argues Rowan Grover
– Uncanny X-Men V5 #15 “This Is Forever, Part 5”
The Best Mutant is Hope Summers, argues Jean Brigid-Prehn
– X-Men #28 “Devil in the House”
The Best Mutant is Jean Grey, argues Kayleigh Hearn

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