Season Three ends in a strangely anticlimactic fashion with two decent but somewhat oddly-placed episodes.
It’s almost too much of a coincidence that the studio has released two blockbusters to sharply divided response and then “made good” with the home video release.
It’s New To Me – X-MEN: THE ANIMATED SERIES (“Sacrifice” / “The Dark Shroud” / “Cry Of The Banshee”)
The iconic “Phoenix Saga” begins with three action-packed episodes featuring several new characters and a huge change for Jean Grey.
Wolverine encounters another piece of his checkered past and the team has to deal with an otherworldly threat in this shaky two-part opener to Season Three.
Show of hands – who here would have expected The Commish to release an album? Right, neither did we. But it’s pretty damn solid.
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.
Who’s ready to watch a bunch of wrestling?! The G1 Climax is here and I’m rating and ranking every match so you know which matches are the ones that you must watch and where the match of the year candidates are.