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Eric Sofer
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Posted: 01 February 2021 at 8:40am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

But of course Nightcrawler! Kurt is such an imagination stirring character, and this storyline is going to be great as ELSEWHEN continues!

And how I wish you were doing a regular Spider-Man strip. Your understanding of how he looks and acts is nothing less than magical. Are we SURE he's a non-mutant variant? Maybe just a little bit mutant...? :D
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John Byrne
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About Nightcrawler's invisibility: Was that Chris Claremont's idea, or something Dave Cockrum came up with?

Both, most likely.

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Michael Genitempo
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Well, character powers (and even backstory) do change on occasion.  I'm not sure anymore, but after the "he's always (now) had bone claws" were the bionic housings for the claws definitely done away with for Wolverine?

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Steve Gumm
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Posted: 01 February 2021 at 9:07am | IP Logged | 4 post reply

Love it!!! I have always been amazed by your mastery of the low angle shot AND you drawing Spidey swinging around NYC is always a home run! 

Issue 19... the dream continues, dont wake me up : )
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Raj Dhami
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love the facial expression on Kurt and the shading on the trash can (which I know sounds kinda random).
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Paul Wills
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JB you are just too damn good
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Andrew Bitner
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Maybe Nightcrawler's power gets phased out (so to speak) so that by now, he's only a little blurry in deep shadow... ;)
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Larry Gil
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19 Issues ...wow...never thought I would be enjoying a new comic again .
Thanks JB . Do you have an idea of how many more issues are in your head.
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John Byrne
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I dont, Larry!
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Pauson Yun
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I hope you have a lot more.  Really enjoying you revisiting these characters.
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Tony Salmon
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Dave Cockrum recycled Nightcrawler's shadow abilities into a character he created for the (sadly) short-lived Futurians - an ex-spy called Jonathan Darknyte who is able to merge with, animate, or teleport through shadows and darkness.


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Jonathan Kaye
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Love it!!! I have always been amazed by your mastery of the low angle shot AND you drawing Spidey swinging around NYC is always a home run! 

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There are great details even in the bottom inch or so of the page -- the variety of trash, the different shoes/boots and stances, the bus tire, etc.

And back to Spidey -- JB, does the 378 below his foot have any significance?  The number seems familiar, but perhaps I'm thinking of Marvel's old address at 387 Park Ave. South.


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