X-Men

1992

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EP12 Descent Sep 06, 1997

8.4| 0h30m| TV-Y7| en
Synopsis

The X-Men are an elite team of mutants, genetically gifted human beings with superpowers, sworn to fight for mutant rights against hostile Government agencies, whilst at the same time protecting mankind from mutant supremacist Magneto who seeks to destroy the human race in return for the atrocities committed against mutant kind.

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CommentsXp Best movie ever!
Sexyloutak Absolutely the worst movie.
Hayden Kane There is, somehow, an interesting story here, as well as some good acting. There are also some good scenes
Ariella Broughton It is neither dumb nor smart enough to be fun, and spends way too much time with its boring human characters.
DCfan I have not seen every single episode of this show but I watched four episodes last year.The first one was where Peter and Jubliee go to Russia to stop cable. The second one was where Cyclops leaves the team to his childhood foster home to discover the purple man is using Mutant Children as weapons, the third one is where Jubliee is looking after some school kids during a cave visit and the last one was where Rouge goes to a countryside to recruit a mutant young man.Overall this show was excellent and it had a good theme song.
Johnny H. The X-Men TV series has been cited as one of the greatest televised- cartoons of all time. And I completely understand why: the characters are near-perfect reflections of the comic counterparts, the stories respect their source material(s) beautifully, and the music is a '90s nutshell! X-Men is still Marvel's best animated series to date, and though live-action shows like Marvel's Daredevil and Legion have overshadowed the show's legacy somewhat: I still LOVE this series!What's not to like? It's got kick-ass action, kick-ass stories, and Wolverine doing his thing: being a completely lovable bad-ass! Anything wrong with this series that comes to mind for me? Not really. Maybe some of the voice-acting does get a little corny, but hardly ever. Basically everything in this show is wonderful! It's a childhood memory of mine, I love it as much as Batman: The Animated Series and it's still fondly remembered by millions of fans to this day.If you're someone who was born in the 90s and somehow DIDN'T end up watching the series, what the hell are you waiting for?! Binge it right away! And thank me later.
btimmfan I'm sorry but this show is rated way too high. I think most people are blinded by their nostalgia.I didn't watch this show as a child. I grew up watching Batman: TAS and Spider-Man TAS which I absolutely loved and still love to this day. I re-watch those shows pretty regularly even as an adult.I tried to watch a couple episodes of X-Men TAS since it was rated so highly on here. I found it pretty unwatchable. It's pretty obvious to me that this show was made strictly for children, without any concern for making it interesting to adults too.It is really preachy to kids about accepting and tolerating people who are different from you. This is a good message, but they hammer it in literally every episode. Also, the dialogue is really bad at times and Wolverine is almost useless since he can't use his claws on anyone except robots. There are countless nonsensical moments where the plot or the premise just doesn't add up. It's not a bad show for children, but I can't watch it as an adult.
Terryfan X-men one of the many shows I remember watching as a kid on TV and on VHS.Marvel comics has been known for their many characters and X-men is one of them.The X-men team contain Cyclops (voiced by Norm Spencer) Wolverine (voiced by Cathal J Dodd) Rogue (Voiced by Lenore Zann) Storm (Voiced by Iona Morris then later by Alison Sealy-Smith) Beast (Voiced by George Buza) Gambit (Voiced by Chris Potter) Jubilee (voiced by Alyson Court), Jean Grey (Voiced by Catherine Disher) Professor X (Voiced by Cedric Smith)They fight for Human mutant peace while their enemy The Brotherhood lead by Magneto (voiced by David Hemblen) fight to ruin their plans.What makes the show a classic is the strong character developments the producers and writers took the time to stay true to the characters of X-men which is a plus for any fan and for those who enjoy comic books.The animation for each episode really dark and a lot attention to detail. The show's animation style fits the story line of the series which is important for any animation show.The voice acting is pretty good and you can feel the emotions of each character. They made some wise choices with the actors they pick to voiced the characters.The writers for the show were very wise for the show and the writing is very intelligent for kids and adults. X-men The Animated Series is one of the best cartoons ever made and one of the few that gives justice to the comic book it's based on.If you're a fan of X-Men you will enjoy this classic series for it's strong characters, animation style to tell the story and smart writing