X-Men Origins: NightCrawler

X Men Origins NightCrawler The X Men Origins continue with your favorite German mutant Nightcrawler Relive his early days as a trapeze artist in Germany witness the first time he teleported and see the events that made him th

  • Title: X-Men Origins: NightCrawler
  • Author: AdamFreeman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 141
  • Format: None
  • The X Men Origins continue with your favorite German mutant, Nightcrawler Relive his early days as a trapeze artist in Germany, witness the first time he teleported and see the events that made him the hero he is today

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    1. Few mutants have had a life as hard as Kurt Wagner. Most mutants manifest powers as teenagers, but Kurt wasn't so fortunate. He was born blue, with glowing yellow eyes, and with a tail. His mother was forced to run away with him so he could live and eventually she let him go. He was found by another woman and raised as her child. His life got a tiny bit better, but for his protection he became a circus act. Just like a circus animal, he's kept in a cage when he's not performing.On top of that hi [...]

    2. NightCrawler is my favourite mutant ever. From the X-Men movies series he appears to be a very complicate character, very sensitive and with a mysterious past. So when I came into this comics I thought I absolutely needed to give a look at it. It was really worth my time! The drawings are astonishingly gorgeous -- the colours are simply wonderful and the main traits of the characters make you feel like you were in the story too. The plot isn't very articulate actually, but full of empathic momen [...]

    3. Kurt Vagner has always been one of my favorite mutants. Admittedly, like I did with most Marvel content, my first approach was through the movies, but I always wanted to see the "true" character. I always found his story particularly interesting. This issue was really enlightning: Kurt's story is one of the most compelling for me. I hope I can get around to reading more of him (and all the mutants, actually) in the future. But I knew I wanted to start here, and it didn't disappoint.

    4. Well I did read the plothole ridden stereotype fest that was the 1997 origin story, and this revised (and later ignored) 2010 version was no better if you ask me.Instead of changing Margali & Co's name to "Wagner" which would actually fit for "German gypsies" they instead give Kurt the name Szardos and then make up some bullshit and forced reason for him to change it to Wagner.Of course the German is as bad as it ever was, still thrown in for "authenticity". Also apparently all things they h [...]

    5. Kurt karakterinde hoşuma giden şeyleri bulmama yardım etti. Origins serisi çok keyifli. Özellikle yan karakterler konusunda.

    6. YAYA FINALLYI have been looking for this comic for so long!! This is the cheapest version. Kurt wagner (vagener german accent remember) aka night crawler never fitted in go on his adventure to discover the true meaning of this special (my favourite) x-man. Also a sneak peak at the arrival of his first adventure as being a x man.Man I wish he had his own movie !!!! Its short but so so so amazing!(WARNING )This book is highly awesome people may not understand the true coolness of this book!!

    7. This one-shot details Nightcrawler's backstory - we learn how he was abused by Max Getman owner of the circus, see his first teleport and how he finds his faith plus his first meeting with Charles Xavier. There's also a bonus of the 1st meeting between Charles and Nightcrawler from Giant Size X-Men #1. While this does contradict other, happier scenes of Nightcrawler's history in the circus - it is rather moving and tragic and a must have for all Nightcrawler fans. I loved this one.

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