And now a rare scene: Logan comforting Kurt instead of the contrary:
One more time, I apologize for my bad English]
STORM: If Magus is so powerful as he said...why threaten us? Why don't destroy us?
NIGHTCRAWLER: Do you think it was a bluff, Ororo?
STORM: You are the leader, Kurt. You tell me. [Ororo and her tact!]
NIGHTCRAWLER: Leader?... What a joke! I didn't even think of following Magus while we were calling for you.
WOLVERINE: Follow him? How? You were shattered. We would have found another circuite sculpture. An unnecessary sacrifice. You did it well. You faced up to him and you keep alive, elf... You didn't be defeated.
NIGHTCRAWLER: Just good luck. This position should be yours.
WOLVERINE: Being leader is not my style.
This scene is useful for discuss another matter. We now that Kurt's weak point is women (in my language it would be said: "He likes chicks more than eating with his own fingers [instead of with cutlery]", but I can't find an equivalent English saying). However he has another Achilles' heel: he can face leadership with efficiency enough when necessary...but he's overwhelmed by its burden. He doubts his own ability, and the implied human cost is too high for him. Anyway, this situation always ruins his nature.
There is a lovely scene written by Claremont in which Betsy notice new wrinkles in his eyes because of his worry. I'll post it another day.