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X-Men: Manifest Destiny – Nightcrawler

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One shot, Nightcrawler story arc.
38 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Marvel
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Andre
Nov 22, 2016 Andre rated it did not like it
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As if Marvel hasn't vilified Germany enough in their X-Men comics, but now they came with something downright insulting. I will get to that when it is the right time, so far lets go at it one step at a time.
The title is already problematic as it borrows from the doctrine that basically caused even more war and stealing of land from the Native Americans, all the while claiming that white Americans have a god given right to the land.

You see I wanted to see whether they get the German phrases and t
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Leila Anani
With new teleporter Pixie now in the X-Men, Nightcrawler feels redundant and quits. He travels back to Germany and discovers a fan has set up a nightcrawler museum. A monster is terrorizing the local area, Nightcrawler investigates and finds another cursed creature. The ending is tragic for our monster especially when Mephisto arrives back on the scene and tries once again to tempt Nightcrawler to the dark-side (See The Winding Way). Nightcrawler discovers his inner-strength and returns to the ...more
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James began writing for live theater; creating sketch comedy, stand-up, plays and musicals. After a few years writing and performing in New Orleans and Chicago, a run of one his shows in New York garnered an offer to write for Marvel Comics' X-Men. A lifelong comics fan, James pounced on the opportunity and would go on to write Marvel titles like Uncanny X-Men, Captain America & Bucky, Gambit, ...more
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