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Someone is gift-wrapping super-villains for the police. Someone is defacing Super Human Registration posters. Someone is raising eyebrows all around town - from City Hall to Tony Stark's war chamber. And the only clue to their identity are two spray-painted letters: N.W. Who are these mysterious young upstarts that have dared to fight the powers-that-be? And what do they want from a de-powered mutant named Sofia? Are the New Warriors truly back from the dead? Or has something new risen from the ashes of Stamford? Collecting NEW WARRIORS #1-6.

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I probably shouldn't have read Defiant by writer Kevin Grevioux and artist Paco Medina when I did. I'd recently taken in a lot of pop culture dealing with themes of "otherness" and the evils of colonialism, and the story in this trade paperback, which reprints the first six issues of The New Warriors rubbed me the wrong way. I don't know that I've really read anything else by Grevioux, but the lack of research and the consequential taking for granted of a boatload of Marvel's mutant hi...

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