Mar 04, 2014

An Evening with Chris Claremont: His Career With the X-Men and Beyond

(Newport News, Va.) - CNU's Department of History, Department of Communication and the Lambda Pi Eta Communication Honor Society will host "Wolverine and the White Queen:" An Evening with Chris Claremont, on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 8 p.m., in Gaines Theatre. A book signing will immediately follow. This event is open to the university community only. Attendees must present valid CNU identification at the door.

Legendary American comic book writer Chris Claremont has encountered more success than most writers ever dream of. His stories have achieved best-seller status, won numerous awards and are trendsetters for the industry. Although best known for his work on Marvel Comics' "X-Men" series, where he created the characters of Rogue, Gambit, Sabretooth, Kitty Pryde and the White Queen, among others, he has also written seminal characters such as Batman and Superman, originated several creator-owned series, is published throughout the world in dozens of languages, and is the author of nine novels.

His papers are collected at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Columbia University in New York. Conservative estimates put Claremont's book sales in excess of $750 million worldwide.

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1393948800000Newport News, Va.CNU's Departments of History and Communication and the Lambda Pi Eta Communication Honor Society will host "Wolverine and the White Queen:" An Evening with Chris Claremont, on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 8 p.m., in Gaines Theatre. A book signing will immediately follow. This event is open to the university community only.CNU's Department of History, Department of Communication and the Lambda Pi Eta Communication Honor Society will host "Wolverine and the White Queen:" An Evening with Chris Claremont, on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 8 p.m., in Gaines Theatre. A book signing will immediately follow. This event is open to the university community only. Attendees must present valid CNU identification at the door.

Legendary American comic book writer Chris Claremont has encountered more success than most writers ever dream of. His stories have achieved best-seller status, won numerous awards and are trendsetters for the industry. Although best known for his work on Marvel Comics' "X-Men" series, where he created the characters of Rogue, Gambit, Sabretooth, Kitty Pryde and the White Queen, among others, he has also written seminal characters such as Batman and Superman, originated several creator-owned series, is published throughout the world in dozens of languages, and is the author of nine novels.

His papers are collected at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Columbia University in New York. Conservative estimates put Claremont's book sales in excess of $750 million worldwide.

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1393948800000Newport News, Va.CNU's Departments of History and Communication and the Lambda Pi Eta Communication Honor Society will host "Wolverine and the White Queen:" An Evening with Chris Claremont, on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 8 p.m., in Gaines Theatre. A book signing will immediately follow. This event is open to the university community only.CNU's Department of History, Department of Communication and the Lambda Pi Eta Communication Honor Society will host "Wolverine and the White Queen:" An Evening with Chris Claremont, on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 8 p.m., in Gaines Theatre. A book signing will immediately follow. This event is open to the university community only. Attendees must present valid CNU identification at the door.

Legendary American comic book writer Chris Claremont has encountered more success than most writers ever dream of. His stories have achieved best-seller status, won numerous awards and are trendsetters for the industry. Although best known for his work on Marvel Comics' "X-Men" series, where he created the characters of Rogue, Gambit, Sabretooth, Kitty Pryde and the White Queen, among others, he has also written seminal characters such as Batman and Superman, originated several creator-owned series, is published throughout the world in dozens of languages, and is the author of nine novels.

His papers are collected at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Columbia University in New York. Conservative estimates put Claremont's book sales in excess of $750 million worldwide.

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