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Veteran writers Chris Claremont and Peter David team with Nick Lowe for a freewheeling look back at their personal Marvel histories in New York.
This week, was Marvelman supposed to show up at the original ending of Age of Ultron? Was Nightmare originally going to be Nightcrawler's father?
This week, learn the truth behind whether Nightcrawler really has more body parts than most other mutants. Plus, a tribute to the late Al Feldstein.
Alex Ross takes two out of five slots while the covers for "Fables," "Secret Avengers" and "Nightcrawler" all represent.
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's back from the dead, but the reaction from friends and family appears to be mixed in this preview of "Amazing X-Men" #6.
"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.
It's red Bamfs versus blue in this preview of Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness' Nightcrawler-starring "Amazing X-Men" #5!
Prolific "X-Men" writer Chris Claremont returns to the franchise for a "Nightcrawler" series, illustrated by Todd Nauck and featuring Wolverine.
Following Kurt Wagner's triumphant return in "Amazing X-Men" #1, Brett White has realized the fuzzy elf may be the most important mutant around right now.
Jason Aaron & Ed McGuinness' "Amazing X-Men" #1 has incredible art that lives up to the title, but makes for a slightly slow start.
Writer Jason Aaron discusses the events of "Battle of the Atom" #2 and what repercussions the crossover will have on the X-Men moving forward.
Marvel Comics has released a first look at Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness' "Amazing X-Men" #1, featuring the return of swashbuckling mutant Nightcrawler. The issue hits stores November 6.
Jason Aaron joins X-Position to answer reader questions about his upcoming "Amazing X-Men" series and the status of "Wolverine and the X-Men" post-"Hellfire Saga." Plus, exclusive art!
Writer Jason Aaron tells CBR about "Amazing X-Men," a new ongoing series that kicks off in November with a new team of X-Men on a mission to save one of their most beloved fallen members: Nightcrawler.
Marvel has announced "Inhumanity," an event in the aftermath of Jonathan Hickman's "Infinity," with a centerpiece series called "Inhuman" by "Hawkeye" scribe Matt Fraction.
In a new interview, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" star James McAvoy casually mentions Alan Cumming among the cast, indicating Nightcrawler will play a role in director Bryan Singer’s sequel.
In CSBG's latest spotlight on abandoned and retconned comic book plots, Brian Cronin takes a look at Nightcrawler's short-lived tenure as an ordained Catholic priest.
CBR News spoke with "Astonishing X-Men" writer Marjorie Liu about her team's involvement in the upcoming "X-Termination" crossover with "X-Treme X-Men" and "Age of Apocalypse."
Beloved X-Men cast member Nightcrawler has been dead for over two years, but with a new teaser, Marvel is pointing towards a return for the at least the alternate reality take on the elf in a March story called "X-Termination."
"Uncanny X-Force" is the focus for today's X-Men: Regenesis teaser with Marvel openly revealing Nightcrawler - or a Nightcrawler - as a member of the team as artist Robbi Rodriguez joins the title.
Joe Quesada returns this week with a wave of news on everything from the rebirth of Marvel’s greatest cosmic champion to character swapping in the Marvel Universe, and plenty more!
Tim digs into his personal archive and unearths a piece of comic book journalism that hasn't yet been seen online. Ever wonder about how Apocalypse replaced the Owl? Or about Nightcrawler's peculiar parentage? Read on, true believer...