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Comics Creators on X-Men

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This text looks at the mighty mutants in 'X-Men' comics, including interviews with original co-creator Stan Lee, fan-favourite Chris Claremont, & artists Joe Madueira and Alan Davis. It containing sketches, script pages & background information on the 'X-Men's' labyrinthine history & vast cast of characters.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Titan Books
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Apr 21, 2012 Patrick rated it it was amazing
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Amazing series of one-on-one interviews conducted by former Marvel editor-in-chief Tom DeFalco. The best/most important (aside from creator Stan Lee) X-Men writer in my opinion, is Chris Claremont, who wrote the comic from 1975-1991. Many of the artists he worked with are included, such as Dave Cockrum (creator of Storm, Nightcrawler, and Colossus), John Byrne (considered the definitive X-Men artist by many, drew and co-plotted famous storylines such as The Dark Phoenix Saga and Days of Future P ...more
Aug 07, 2016 Sirbriang2 rated it liked it
This is a collection of interviews with various writers and artists that worked on X-Men comics throughout the years. The list of talent is in no way comprehensive --- big name artists like Jim Lee, Adam and Andy Kubert, Joe Madureira, John Romita Jr, Paul Smith, Rob Liefeld and others are absent --- but the "main" writers of X-Men throughout the years are pretty well represented. Of course, it helps that Chris Claremont wrote the book for 15 straight years, so his contribution covers a LOT of ...more
Jun 01, 2015 Dancomfort rated it it was amazing
Interesting interviews with key people who wrote and/or drew the X-Men, missing only the late Jack Kirby.
The conversations are quite frank, especially considering the interviewer was formerly the boss of some of those interviewed!
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Tom DeFalco is an American comics writer and editor, well-known for his association with Marvel Comics and Spider-Man.
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