In this week’s episode of Off Panel, writer Gerry Duggan joins to chat about his work in the X-Office. Duggan discusses his recent run of news, Cable’s ending, the story they’re telling, finite stories vs. ongoings, writing for different artists, the X-Men line as a glacier, the joyfulness of the X-Office, Russell Dauterman’s design game, Marauders and continuity, the X-Men vote, the new X-Men team, and more.
You can find Duggan on Twitter and his work in Cable and Marauders as well as the upcoming Planet-Size X-Men and X-Men.
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