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Where does he he do that?
Unless I’m mistaken, that story was written by Ann Nocenti.
Yeah, that dialogue reads much more like Nocenti. I mean, look at how much of the art is left bare and unadorned by text.
It’s Ann. Backup story in Classic X-Men #34, I believe.
Ah, cool–thanks for the clarification. While it definitely makes more sense in terms of brevity, it does sound like something one of Claremont’s women would say.
Claremont is a LOT more verbose then this…
If Claremont wrote this scene, Emma would be talking about the focused totality of her corset.
Classic X-Men was a reprint title. You mean they had original material appearing there as well?
Backup stories, for a while. “Here’s a scene that happened around this time, to shed additional light on blah blah blah…”
Always love that Bolton Art.
Classic X-Men, in the beginning of its run, also inserted new pages/panels into the main story. These were written by Claremont IIRC.
Think of them as deleted/bonus scenes on DVD’s…
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