Written by Jude Terror
on Wednesday, March 12 2014 and posted in News with Benefits
Good lord, why is he so shiny?!
Comic Book Resources has a preview up of Nightcrawler #! by Chris Claremont and Todd Nauck. Marvel used to send these to us, but then they stopped, I guess because we make fun of them too much.
Not too much is known about this series yet, but we can surmise that a major plot point will be the strange mutant virus that's causing Storm's head to grow to three times its proportional body size. Man, Banshee has got quite the crotch on him as well. It's nothing compared to Wolverine's, however, which is like a black hole, pulling the reader's focus into its cold, endless void. Clearly, Jason Aaron's influence on the character has had a lasting effect.
See, Marvel, why wouldn't you want to send these previews directly to us for this kind of promotion?
Ok, that's enough words. Here's your preview:
Nightcrawler #1 is in stores in April. Chris Samnee and Humberto Ramos provide variant covers.
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About the Author - Jude Terror
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