FIRST WATCH: X-Scribe Chris Claremont “Man Behind the Mutants” Re-Released!

The first trailer for documentarian Patrick Man’s Chris Claremont’s X-Men has been released by XLrator media. Spotlighting the X-scribe and featuring interviews with himself as well as colleagues such as Rob Liefeld, Ann Nocenti, Louise Simonson, Marc Silvestri, and the late Len Wein, Chris Claremont’s X-Men aims to break down how integral the UK-born writer’s work is to the Marvel mutants.

Rumored as the opening to the re-release of Claremont’s XLrator Media’s documentary one of the most influential writers in X-men history!

Chris Claremont came to Marvel as a young man and was assigned a book that no one else wanted, a book on the brink of cancellation: X-Men. Over the next 17 years, his work on the title turned it into the biggest franchise in comic book history. Forty years later, his work has been adapted into ten films, three TV series, countless video games and become a part of our cultural mythology. But, it all started with one writer and his commitment to emotionally honest storytelling and real character building.


The documentary about Claremont’s legendary X-Men run coming out February 6th! Boasting Claremont, Louise Simonson, and Ann Nocenti and also featuring interviews with Len Wein, Rob Liefeld, Marc Silvestri, and more, and directed by Patrick Meaney, who also directed The Image Revolution and Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods, amongst others, and produced She Makes Comics, Chris Claremont’s X-Men is a must-watch for any X-Men fan. The movie was originally produced in 2013 and sold on DVD, but has since gone out of print.

Rumored to be available today!

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