Saturday, March 4, 2017

Logan creator credits

This has been a good week for me to watch X-Men films I guess.

As always, my master list of creator credits is here and your additions/corrections are most welcome!

Chris Claremont Co-creator of: Rogue, a mutant clad in green with a white stripe in her hair (Avengers Annual #10, 1981); Wolverine as one of the X-Men, recruited by Professor X; Colossus, an X-Man whose body transforms into organic steel (Giant-Size X-Men #1, 1974); Donald Pierce as an anti-mutant bigot; Donald Pierce converting his followers into cyborgs like himself (Marvel Graphic Novel #4, 1982); Wolverine flying into berzerker rages (X-Men #96, 1976); Wolverine's claws as a part of his body; Wolverine's pointed hair spikes; Wolverine's vice for smoking (X-Men #98, 1976); Wolverine's real name as Logan (X-Men #103, 1977); Wolverine's vice for drinking alcohol (X-Men #110, 1978); Wolverine possessing an enhanced healing ability (X-Men #116, 1978); Xavier using an automated wheelchair (X-Men #118, 1979); Wolverine's skeleton and claws laced with unbreakable Adamantium (X-Men #126, 1978); Donald Pierce, an enemy of the X-Men (X-Men #129, 1980); Donald Pierce revealed as a cyborg, fights Wolverine (X-Men #132, 1980); Macon, a mercenary who fights Wolverine (X-Men #133, 1980); a near future where Wolverine is an old man and mutants have been hunted into virtual non-existence (X-Men #141, 1981); Caliban, a bald, albino mutant who tracks other mutants, friends with the X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #148, 1981); Macon as a cybernetic soldier who fights mutants (Uncanny X-Men #152, 1981); Rogue affiliated with the X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #171, 1983); The Reavers, a team of mercenaries led by Donald Pierce who are all cyborgs like him; Pretty Boy, one of Donald Pierce's Reavers; Bonebreaker, one of Donald Pierce's Reavers (Uncanny X-Men #229, 1988); Macon as one of Donald Pierce's Reavers (Uncanny X-Men #248, 1989)

Christopher Yost Co-creator of: X-23, a young girl given Wolverine's powers through genetic experiments, along with Adamantium for her claws; X-23 possessing two claws on each hand and one claw in each foot (X-Men: Evolution animated series); Dr. Zander Rice, chief scientist of the program which created X-23; Dr. Rice's father having been killed by Wolverine; X-23 planted in a surrogate mother (X-23 #1, 2005); X-23 given surgery to receive Adamantium claws; X-23 loved by one of the project's female medical staff (X-23 #2, 2005); Dr. Rice's efforts to create a perfect clone of Wolverine (X-23 #5, 2005); X-23 liberated from Dr. Rice's project by a female staff member who names her 'Laura' (X-23 #6, 2005)

Craig Kyle Co-creator of: X-23, a young girl given Wolverine's powers through genetic experiments, along with Adamantium for her claws; X-23 possessing two claws on each hand and one claw in each foot (X-Men: Evolution animated series); Dr. Zander Rice, chief scientist of the program which created X-23; Dr. Rice's father having been killed by Wolverine; X-23 planted in a surrogate mother (X-23 #1, 2005); X-23 given surgery to receive Adamantium claws; X-23 loved by one of the project's female medical staff (X-23 #2, 2005); Dr. Rice's efforts to create a perfect clone of Wolverine (X-23 #5, 2005); X-23 liberated from Dr. Rice's project by a female staff member who names her 'Laura' (X-23 #6, 2005)

John Byrne Co-creator of: Wolverine possessing an enhanced healing ability (X-Men #116, 1978); Xavier using an automated wheelchair (X-Men #118, 1979); Wolverine's skeleton and claws laced with unbreakable Adamantium (X-Men #126, 1978); Donald Pierce, an enemy of the X-Men (X-Men #129, 1980); Donald Pierce revealed as a cyborg, fights Wolverine (X-Men #132, 1980); Macon, a mercenary who fights Wolverine (X-Men #133, 1980); a near future where Wolverine is an old man and mutants have been hunted into virtual non-existence (X-Men #141, 1981)

Dave Cockrum Co-creator of: Wolverine as one of the X-Men, recruited by Professor X; Colossus, an X-Man whose body transforms into organic steel (Giant-Size X-Men #1, 1974); Wolverine flying into berzerker rages (X-Men #96, 1976); Wolverine's claws as a part of his body; Wolverine's pointed hair spikes; Wolverine's vice for smoking (X-Men #98, 1976); Wolverine's real name as Logan (X-Men #103, 1977); Caliban, a bald, albino mutant who tracks other mutants, friend of the X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #148, 1981)

Billy Tan Co-creator of: Dr. Zander Rice, chief scientist of the program which created X-23; Dr. Rice's father having been killed by Wolverine; X-23 planted in a surrogate mother (X-23 #1, 2005); X-23 given surgery to receive Adamantium claws; X-23 loved by one of the project's female medical staff (X-23 #2, 2005); Dr. Rice's efforts to create a perfect clone of Wolverine (X-23 #5, 2005); X-23 liberated from Dr. Rice's project by a female staff member who names her 'Laura' (X-23 #6, 2005)

Jack Kirby Co-creator of: Mutants, a collection of humans with powers who are feared by other humans; the X-Men, a team of mutant heroes who were based in Westchester County; Cyclops, a member of the X-Men; Professor Charles Xavier, a bald, crippled mutant telepath and founder of the X-Men (X-Men #1, 1963)

Stan Lee Co-creator of: Mutants, a collection of humans with powers who are feared by other humans; the X-Men, a team of mutant heroes who were based in Westchester County; Cyclops, a member of the X-Men; Professor Charles Xavier, a bald, crippled mutant telepath and founder of the X-Men (X-Men #1, 1963)

Roy Thomas Co-creator of: Adamantium, an indestructible metal (Avengers #66, 1969); Wolverine, a man with metal claws which extend from his hands (Incredible Hulk #180, 1974); Sauron, an enemy of the X-Men who resembles a humanoid pterodactyl (X-Men #60, 1969)

Len Wein Co-creator of: Wolverine, a man with metal claws which extend from his hands (Incredible Hulk #180, 1974); Wolverine as one of the X-Men, recruited by Professor X; Colossus, an X-Man whose body transforms into organic steel (Giant-Size X-Men #1, 1974)

Marc Silvestri Co-creator of: The Reavers, a team of mercenaries led by Donald Pierce who are all cyborgs like him; Pretty Boy, one of Donald Pierce's Reavers; Bonebreaker, one of Donald Pierce's Reavers (Uncanny X-Men #229, 1988)

Bob McLeod Co-creator of: Donald Pierce as an anti-mutant bigot; Donald Pierce converting his followers into cyborgs like himself (Marvel Graphic Novel #4, 1982); Macon as a cybernetic soldier who fights mutants (Uncanny X-Men #152, 1981)

Barry Windsor-Smith Creator of: Logan going on a rampage, killing many of the Weapon X Project's staff (Marvel Comics Presents #81, 1991); Co-creator of: Adamantium, an indestructible metal (Avengers #66, 1969)

Walter Simonson Co-creator of: Rogue affiliated with the X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #171, 1983); Rictor, a young hispanic mutant who can generate control over seismic activity (X-Factor #17, 1987)

Steve McNiven Co-creator of: a near-future in which Wolverine has grown older while most of his fellow heroes are dead and goes on a road trip with an old ally (Wolverine #66, 2008)

Mark Millar Co-creator of: a near-future in which Wolverine has grown older while most of his fellow heroes are dead and goes on a road trip with an old ally (Wolverine #66, 2008)

Mirco Pierfederici Co-creator of: Wolverine's healing factor wearing down, causing him to slowly die from Adamantium poisoning (Wolverine #5, 2013)

Paul Cornell Co-creator of: Wolverine's healing factor wearing down, causing him to slowly die from Adamantium poisoning (Wolverine #5, 2013)

Louise Simonson Co-creator of: Rictor, a young hispanic mutant who can generate control over seismic activity (X-Factor #17, 1987)

Howard Mackie Co-creator of: Christopher Bradley, a mutant who generates electricity from his hands (X-Men Unlimited #8, 1995)

Joe Quesada Co-creator of: X-23 cutting herself (NYX #3, 2004); Wolverine's real name James Howlett (Wolverine: The Origin #1, 2001)

Tom Grummett Co-creator of: Christopher Bradley, a mutant who generates electricity from his hands (X-Men Unlimited #8, 1995)

Michael Golden Co-creator of: Rogue, a mutant clad in green with a white stripe in her hair (Avengers Annual #10, 1981)

Herb Trimpe Co-creator of: Wolverine, a man with metal claws which extend from his hands (Incredible Hulk #180, 1974)

John Romita Co-creator of: Wolverine, a man with metal claws which extend from his hands (Incredible Hulk #180, 1974)

Neal Adams Co-creator of: Sauron, an enemy of the X-Men who resembles a humanoid pterodactyl (X-Men #60, 1969)

Paul Jenkins Co-creator of: Wolverine's real name James Howlett (Wolverine: The Origin #1, 2001)

Andy Kubert Co-creator of: Wolverine's real name James Howlett (Wolverine: The Origin #1, 2001)

Bill Jemas Co-creator of: Wolverine's real name James Howlett (Wolverine: The Origin #1, 2001)

Jim Lee Co-creator of: Macon as one of Donald Pierce's Reavers (Uncanny X-Men #248, 1989)

Tony DeZuniga Co-creator of: Wolverine's vice for drinking alcohol (X-Men #110, 1978)

Joshua Middleton Co-creator of: X-23 cutting herself (NYX #3, 2004)

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