Chris Claremont/X-Men Interview From Emerald City Comic Con

Chris Claremont writes both comics and prose. His initial unbroken 17-year run on Marvel Comics The Uncanny X-Men is the stuff of industry legend. The story arc “Dark Phoenix,” with its radical treatment of the story’s central character, paved the way for the reinterpretation of superhero mythos throughout the comics industry. His work is lauded for its anti-prejudice themes, and the groundbreaking inclusion of minorities as heroes. He is the creator of such iconic characters as Gambit, Mystique, Kitty Pryde, and Rogue.

Although best known for his work on Marvel Comic’s X-Men series, Chris has written other seminal characters such as Batman and Superman, and The Fantastic Four. He is especially proud of his creator-owned work, with includes The Black Dragon and Marada, the She-Wolf (art by John Bolton). He is the author of nine novels, with more on the way.

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SYFY WIRE – Legendary X-Men writer Chris Claremont – he who created Phoenix, Kitty Pryde and more – talks with us at Emerald City Comic Con. This is the unfiltered, uncut interview!