In a new interview with Albert Ching, Chris Claremont said how he believed his Wolverine/Jean Grey story would end.
"For me, the relationship between Phoenix and Jean is primal and unbreakable, and transcends the brief interlude of Jean's physical existence on Earth. That there is a much larger back story and future story than anyone can imagine that would, in my personal vision, culminate umpty-bump billion years down the line, when you get to the last sun going out against the darkness, and on the last bit of rock you find Logan patiently sitting and waiting — probably playing chess with Kitty, who's been watching over him 20 billion years — for Jean. Who shows up. And then she and Logan have their moment of privacy, and the fire of their passion ignites the big bang. That's my vision of how all this fits together."
That's right. Claremont thinks that Jean Grey and a 20 billion year old Wovlerine would have such hot sex, it would restart an entropic universe. Of course, the flip side to this is that, upon discovering that he'd created a new universe with Jean, Wolverine would immediately try to kill it after neglecting it for a few decades.
As if X-Men Forever wasn't proof enough that Claremont should just stay away from the X-Men. We don't need nor want to read about a Wolverine's whose sexual prowess can literally reignite the sun.
Of course, now that the idea's out there, I'm expecting to see a Wolverine: Sex Master of the Universe written by Jason Aaron and drawn by Milo Manara on stands by the end of 2013.
To see what Claremont thinks about things besides how good Wolverine is in bed, be sure to read Mr. Ching's full interview. It's a treat, as always.