"Batman V Superman" Saves the Best for Last: The Final Trailer's Greatest Moments
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Did Chris Claremont nearly join Scott Lobdell on Marvel's core X-Men titles in 1998? Plus, a surprisingly spoiler-filled Batman action figure.
CSBG looks at dueling retcons between Bryne & Claremont over Magneto's role in the Hellfire Club. Was he really a villain, or just pretending?
Comic Book Legends Revealed dives into the strange history of the man known as Bishop, and the differing opinions of Chris Claremont and John Byrne.
CSBG has a massive archive of cool moments, like the climactic moment from Claremont and Miller's classic "Wolverine" miniseries.
Legendary creators Chris Claremont, Bob Layton, Don McGregor, Dean Mullaney and Mark Evanier share tales from comics' era of expansion.
CSBG has a collection of comic book cliches, like the famous exclamation by resurrected mutants when people ask if they were dead.
Chris Claremont discusses how "Nightcrawler" is dealing with the death of Wolverine and his plans to bring in the Shadow King with exclusive art.
Rising star writer Marguerite Bennett talks about her increasingly busy schedule, working with huge names and BOOM!'s "Sleepy Hollow" series.
X-Men creators Chris Claremont, Walt & Louise Simonson, Len Wein and more recount their time with Marvel's mutants and the birth of the crossover.
Chris Claremont, Marguerite Bennett & Todd Nauck's offer an "introspective, highly emotional character piece" that says goodbye to an old friend.
The recently revived Kurt Wagner struggles with his friend's death in "Nightcrawler" #7 by Chris Claremont, Marguerite Bennett & Todd Nauck.
Veteran writers Chris Claremont and Peter David team with Nick Lowe for a freewheeling look back at their personal Marvel histories in New York.
Check out CSBG's collection of "meta-messages," including Chris Claremont giving Ms. Marvel voice to complain about her sexist treatment in the Avengers.
Organizers dub it "the largest event of its kind ever held in the U.K.”! John Carpenter and Eric Powell on "Big Trouble in Little China"! Stan Lee and Chris Claremont talk X-Men!
Fans know some of the repetitive themes the legendary Chris Claremont used while writing the X-Men for 17 years, and CSBG collects some of the most famous.
In a classic Comic Book Legends Revealed, CSBG reveals how an edit to a single caption dramatically changed the ending of legendary X-Men tale, "Days of Future Past."
In the latest in their series examining common comic book themes, CSBG looks at the popular Chris Claremont phrase known to X-Men fans the world over.
The latest Meta-Message archive entry involves the one time when Chris Claremont poked fun at his & John Byrne's role in then-current Marvel crossovers.
Chris Claremont and Todd Nauck's "Nightcrawler" #1 has "just enough energy and fun to hold readers steady" for a strong series debut.
The newest look at Chris Claremont & Todd Nauck's "Nightcrawler" #2, hitting stores May 14, gives a glimpse at Kurt Wagner's childhood in the circus.
The Eisner Hall of Fame nominee was an active artist for almost 50 years. Also, Evan Dorkin on John Buscema! Chris Claremont discusses Nightcrawler! Dynamite's Nick Barrucci on everything! And more!
"Nightcrawler" scribe Chris Claremont discusses his return to the world of the X-Men and his plans for the blue elf's ongoing adventures.
Check out a first look at Chris Claremont and Todd Nauck's "Nightcrawler" #1, chronicling the modern adventures of the fuzzy blue elf. The issue hits stands April 9.
Axel Alonso discusses the remastered "Miracleman" #1, Chris Claremont and DnA's new Marvel projects, adopting a "season"-type format and more.
Prolific "X-Men" writer Chris Claremont returns to the franchise for a "Nightcrawler" series, illustrated by Todd Nauck and featuring Wolverine.
Chris Claremont & Todd Nauck are on board for an All-New Marvel NOW! series involving the signature sound of Nightcrawler's teleportation ability.
Second Taipei comics and animation expo expected to draw even bigger crowds than first! Race and superhero comics! Chris Claremont talks "Marada the She-Wolf"!
Was there nearly a Star Wars comic where Luke and Leia ended up together? And is there an unpublished Claremont/Byrne "What If...?"
Legendary X-Men creator Chris Claremont looks back at his 16-year run on Marvel's X-Books and his story in the mutants' 50th Anniversary title "X-Men: Gold."
This week, Tim watches a Chris Claremont documentary, reads a couple of Ben Marra and Geoff Johns comics and reflects on the life and times of Jim Henson.
Comics veteran Chris Claremont says he's been asked to consult on Bryan Singer's "X-Men: Days of Future Past," the "First Class" sequel based in part on one of his most famous stories.
Writer Brett White has discovered a new favorite comic -- "X-Men: Vignettes" -- one that's actually over 25 years old.
CSBG's list of cool comic book moments includes this week's spotlight on Wolverine and the first time he encountered The Hand in Frank Miller & Chris Claremont's famed "Wolverine" miniseries.
Augie takes a look at the classic Chris Claremont/Frank Miller 'Wolverine' mini-series and realizes something about Miller's art. Also, coloring, storytelling, and planning for NYCC (already?!?)
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Star Wars Omnibus: Wild Space" vol. 1 TP featuring stories by a cadre of creators including Alan Moore, Chris Claremont and Carmine Infantino.
Augie looks back on the first issue of Chris Claremont's "X-Men Forever!" Plus, how can we make comics "special" again, where is Frank Miller's "300" sequel and more!
Was there almost an issue of Spider-Man that would require a mirror to read? What X-Men character did Chris Claremont write a year's worth of stories for before having the character taken away after three issues?
Legendary X-writer Chris Claremont explains why he believes Marvel's X-Men have lost their uniqueness, why he's focusing on his prose career and what he expects from the "The Wolverine" and "Days of Future Past" films.
Did Chris Claremont secretly return to the X-Men books in 1999? Did Steve Ditko seriously turn down a chance to adapt Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged" as a comic book? Plus, a strange Peanuts rumor!