Believe or not, being there, at the Montreal Comic-Con for nearly 2 hours, having collected almost everything written by this man, I could not attend and host this incredible interview due to a dance show where my two beautiful girls where presenting they’re final act at the Saputo Theatre in St-Leonard. All worth it. Still, missing what I wished, could have been my favorite interview so far, I was lucky enough to send in Guy Caumartin from LeFrelonVert.Com, Sarah Sefer from Cybermaniax.Net and George Geza Meszaros from the soon to be available; Cinemaniax.Net/eng for an exclusive face to face with the award-winning American comic book writer and novelist, known for his 17-year (1975–1991) stint on Uncanny X-Men, far longer than any other writer; Chris Claremont.
On this podcast you will hear how the “Dark Phoenix Saga”, “Days of Future Past” and “X-MEN FOREVER” writer began his career with MARVEL, his creation process as a writer, the differences of individual ideas from the collectives one, his comprehension of the modern preconceive comics for future movie productions and his critic for X-MEN: The Last Stand.
Listen carefully about his interpretation on the failed project of SPIDER-MAN 4 by Sam Raimi, his evaluations from the 1980’s era with X-MEN and everything related to them, a out of the box look at the Disney·Marvel deal, his created characters and written stories elsewhere at DC Comics, Image Comics and more, the advantages of working with many houses of ideas, the schools of the industries and his hint on how and where to become the best at what you wish for.
Till then, make mine Cinemaniax!