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Chris Claremont
Chris Claremont
Birth name: Christopher S. Claremont
Gender: Male
Medium(s): Comic books
Roles: Writer
Date of birth: November 25th, 1950
Place of birth: London, England
1st Sci-Fi: Daredevil #102 (1st Marvel)

Christopher S. Claremont is an American author and comic book writer born in London, England on November 25th, 1950. He is best known for his groundbreaking and longstanding work on the comic book series Uncanny X-Men for Marvel Comics, as well as several of it's spin-off titles. Considered by many to be "the" definitive X-Men scribe, Claremont's work on the series spans seventeen years, longer than any other single writer to have worked on the series to date. His first work on the series was Uncanny X-Men #94, which was the first regular issue of the series to feature the "All-New, All Different" X-Men following their debut in Giant-Size X-Men #1.

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