These three standalone tales feature several allies and threats both old and new as the X-MEN Animated Series gears up for yet another multi-part epic.
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Season Two comes full circle in the Savage Land in this two-part finale, guest-starring Ka-Zar and Shanna the She-Devil.
It’s New To Me – X-MEN: THE ANIMATED SERIES (“A Rogue’s Tale” / “Beauty and the Beast” / “Mojovision”)
The second season begins to wind down with two quality solo-focused tales and one so-so group effort.
The team deals with not one but two time-traveling vigilantes on separate missions to save their respective futures. Which future will wind up being saved?
The past catches up with two of the more secretive X-Men in these two standalone tales.
The team goes globe-hopping while Xavier and Magneto travel through the Savage Land in these early Season Two episodes.
Season Two begins with a botched wedding, a powerful new enemy, and the return of a character long thought to be dead.
It’s New To Me – X-MEN: THE ANIMATED SERIES (“Days Of Future Past Parts 1&2” / “The Final Decision”)
The first season of X-MEN ends with an abridged adaptation of one of their best-loved stories and the supposed end to a season-long threat.
Rogue experiences an existential dilemma and the team meets new allies and foes in this thematically interesting two-part tale.
The cast of the X-Men’s animated adventures gets a lot more crowded in these two flawed but entertaining installments.
The much-discussed gender-swapped remake of the 1984 classic blockbuster comedy ain’t afraid o’ no trolls.
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These early episodes delve a little deeper into the personal lives of a few team members while introducing threats both old and new.
Xavier and Wolverine run into their old nemeses, and the X-Men’s dream of human / mutant cohabitation faces some formidable challenges.
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PoP!’s classic TV column returns with a look back at one of the most beloved cartoons of the Nineties. Morph, we hardly knew you.