Posted by : Wendy B Wednesday, 14 December 2016
It’s no secret that I’m a big X-Men fan. I’m not talking about whatever rebooted/rehashed/resurrected business Marvel has going on right now. I’m talking about those 16 years of X-Men spear-headed by Chris Claremont. I credit late ’80s, early ’90s comics with shaping my young life, so one might say I’m a bit biased when it comes to reviewing a book chronicling his influential run. And there’s going to be more than a little bit of fan flail when I get a chance to talk to someone who is as big a fan of Claremont’s X-Men as I am.