History Creator / ChrisClaremont

24th May '16 9:53:06 AM Orbiting
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-->--'''Creator/JohnByrne''' [[PetTheDog pets the dog]]

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3rd May '16 10:26:32 AM EmperorNorton
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He returned to Marvel in the late nineties, writing ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' and ''X-Treme X-Men'' with Salvador Larroca and Igor Kordey. He was later put on ''Exiles'', which was later relaunched as ''New Exiles'' before being canceled, and the alternate-universe reboot ''ComicBook/XMenForever''. His current project, beginning in April of 2014, is ''Nightcrawler'' with Todd Nauck.

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He returned to Marvel in the late nineties, writing ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' and ''X-Treme X-Men'' with Salvador Larroca and Igor Kordey. He was later put on ''Exiles'', which was later relaunched as ''New Exiles'' before being canceled, and the alternate-universe reboot ''ComicBook/XMenForever''. His current most recent comics project, beginning ending in April of 2014, is was ''Nightcrawler'' with Todd Nauck.
13th Mar '16 5:41:32 PM kkhohoho
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Chris Claremont (born 1950) is a comic book writer, most famous for his work as the writer of Comicbook/XMen from 1975 to 1991, and a few shorter runs later. During his first tenure on the series, ''Uncanny X-Men'' developed from one of the least popular Marvel comics to one of its flagship titles, and spawned many spin-offs (such as ''ComicBook/NewMutants'', ''Comicbook/XFactor'' and ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}''). His original 17-year run on ''Uncanny X-Men'' is one of the longest tenures by a single writer on any Big Two superhero comic, if not ''the'' longest, and it was him (along with people like Dave Cockrum and Creator/JohnByrne) that turned them into the pop-cultural juggernaut they remain to this day.

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Chris Claremont (born 1950) is a comic book writer, most famous for his work as the writer of Comicbook/XMen from 1975 to 1991, and a few shorter runs later. During his first tenure on the series, ''Uncanny X-Men'' developed from one of the least popular Marvel comics to one of its flagship titles, and spawned many spin-offs (such as ''ComicBook/NewMutants'', ''Comicbook/XFactor'' and ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}''). His original 17-year 16-year run on ''Uncanny X-Men'' is one of the longest tenures by a single writer on any Big Two superhero comic, if not ''the'' longest, and it was him (along with people like Dave Cockrum and Creator/JohnByrne) that turned them into the pop-cultural juggernaut they remain to this day.
23rd Jan '16 12:30:12 PM nombretomado
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** There's also the matter of whether or not [[PerverseSexualLust he's really in love with]] {{Storm}}.

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** There's also the matter of whether or not [[PerverseSexualLust he's really in love with]] {{Storm}}.ComicBook/{{Storm}}.
9th Nov '15 10:11:22 AM RedRoverRedRover
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*** And a few of the men. His novelization for the third X-Men movie has Iceman practically melting (no pun intended) over Angel.

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*** And a few of the men. His novelization for the third X-Men movie has Iceman practically melting (no pun intended) over Angel. HilariousInHindSight.
30th Jul '15 8:43:36 AM moloch
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Chris Claremont (born 1950) is a comic book writer, most famous for his work as the writer of Comicbook/XMen from 1975 to 1991, and a few shorter runs later. During his first tenure on the series, ''Uncanny X-Men'' developed from one of the least popular Marvel comics to one of its flagship titles, and spawned many spin-offs (such as ''ComicBook/NewMutants'', ''Comicbook/XFactor'' and ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}''). His original run on ''Uncanny X-Men'' is one of the longest tenures by a single writer on any superhero comic, if not ''the'' longest. In fact, it wasn't until his tenure that the X-Men became the major hit they've been ever since.

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Chris Claremont (born 1950) is a comic book writer, most famous for his work as the writer of Comicbook/XMen from 1975 to 1991, and a few shorter runs later. During his first tenure on the series, ''Uncanny X-Men'' developed from one of the least popular Marvel comics to one of its flagship titles, and spawned many spin-offs (such as ''ComicBook/NewMutants'', ''Comicbook/XFactor'' and ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}''). His original 17-year run on ''Uncanny X-Men'' is one of the longest tenures by a single writer on any Big Two superhero comic, if not ''the'' longest. In fact, longest, and it wasn't until his tenure was him (along with people like Dave Cockrum and Creator/JohnByrne) that turned them into the X-Men became the major hit they've been ever since.
pop-cultural juggernaut they remain to this day.
15th Jun '15 10:34:56 PM SSJMagus
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** Note that he was originally on ''X-Men'' for 15 years in a row! The list of dangling plot threads from then would require its own wiki.

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** Note that he was originally on ''X-Men'' for 15 years in a row! The list of dangling plot threads from then would require its own wiki. The problem there is that he had a ''really long'' story in mind, one that it was probably unrealistic for him to expect to have time for.
14th Apr '15 5:34:53 PM nombretomado
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** Claremont spent most of his original ''X-Men'' run with Jim Shooter as the editor in chief, and the two of them had frequent clashes over the directions in which Claremont wanted to take the story. Many abandoned subplots had to be dropped suddenly because Shooter vetoed them, such as Mystique and Destiny's relationship. Continuing this fine pattern of ExecutiveMeddling, Claremont clashed so badly with his editor Bob Harras that he left the ''X-Men'' franchise entirely in the early nineties, which is one of the early benchmarks that marks the start of superhero comics' DarkAge.

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** Claremont spent most of his original ''X-Men'' run with Jim Shooter as the editor in chief, and the two of them had frequent clashes over the directions in which Claremont wanted to take the story. Many abandoned subplots had to be dropped suddenly because Shooter vetoed them, such as Mystique and Destiny's relationship. Continuing this fine pattern of ExecutiveMeddling, Claremont clashed so badly with his editor Bob Harras that he left the ''X-Men'' franchise entirely in the early nineties, which is one of the early benchmarks that marks the start of superhero comics' DarkAge.[[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks Dark Age]].
10th Mar '15 7:07:18 PM EmperorNorton
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** When Claremont wrote ''Fantastic Four'' for a while in the '80s, they spent a ''lot'' of time having to deal with villains Claremont had introduced in ''Excalibur''.

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** When Claremont wrote ''Fantastic Four'' for a while in the '80s, '90s, they spent a ''lot'' of time having to deal with villains Claremont had introduced in ''Excalibur''.
20th Jan '15 1:56:51 PM Doc_Loki
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* CatchPhrase: Invented many well-known catchphrases, most famously Wolverine's "The best at what I do". Less famous for Cyclops's "[[LuckilyMyPowersWillProtectMe Only my ruby-quartz visor can contain my optic blasts]]" and Psylocke's "focused totality of my psychic powers."

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* CatchPhrase: Invented many well-known catchphrases, most famously Wolverine's "The best at what I do". Less famous for Cyclops's "[[LuckilyMyPowersWillProtectMe Only my ruby-quartz visor can contain my optic blasts]]" and blasts]]", Psylocke's "focused totality of my psychic powers.powers" and Cannonball's "Ah'm pretty much invulnerable while Ah'm blastin'."
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