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Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with the X-eated by writer Len Wein and artist Dave Cockrum, he debuted in the comic book Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May 1975).
Nightcrawler briefly died at the hands of Bastion during the SECOND COMING story as seen in X-FORCE (2008) #ter spending some time in a Heaven-like place, he returned to the land of the living in AMAZING X-MEN (2013) #1 - 5.
Nightcrawler was created by writer Len Wein and artist Dave Cockrum.Cockrum was working for DC comics at the time of his conception, he was originally supposed to be a demon from hell that failed a...
The X-Men 's Nightcrawler has the craziest mindscape in all of Marvel e mutant race has entered what seems, on the face of it, to be a utopian era. Hero and villain alike have set aside their differences in order to settle on the living island of Krakoa, building a mutant community that no longer lives in the shadow of death.
Nightcrawler — also known as Kurt Wagner — is dashing, a personable horndog with a strong moral compass that comes from, of all places, his Catholic faith. But times are good ter years of...
Nightcrawler served as the new leader of the Uncanny X-Men team alongside Wolverine, Bishop, Psylocke, Cannonball, and Marvel the last mission against the Foursaken, Nightcrawler took Marvel Girl, Psylocke, Bishop, and Cannonball to Central Park. He later helped Storm liberate Africa from her uncle's control.
Way of X #1 is a solid comic, and Spurrier's portrayal of Nightcrawler is infinitely better than the one seen in X-Men #7. While Hickman showed Kurt as disturbed by the Crucible, Spurrier goes further and shows him rejecting it outright, even attempting to intervene to prevent what - to him - seems like a clear act of barbaric cruelty.
Nightcrawler is the most religious member of the X-Men. Kurt Wagner's faith has often defined him as a character, guiding him through his struggles as a mutant. Way of X #1, by Si Spurrier and Bob Quinn, explores and challenges this faith.