After an explosion at the school, the X-Men went their separate ways. But they must unite once again under the leadership of Wolverine to prevent an inevitable war while also dealing with present problems.
X-Men, still grieving over the death of Phoenix (Jean Grey), are investigating a case of a missing mutant girl in Northern Japan. This leads them to a mysterious virus that turns mutants into monsters. U-Men and the Inner Circle want it.
The Incredible Hulk teams up with Red Hulk, She-Hulk, Skaar, and Rick Jones aka A-Bomb to battle the forces of evil in front of cameras for Rick's web-based series to show the Hulk is more hero than monster.
Logan is asked by his old friend, a cop from Japan, to help him take down Shingen Yashida's crime syndicate and save Mariko, Logan's lost love, from forced marriage arranged by her father Shingen. Yukio, a female assassin, helps him.
Animated series centering on the X-men after the school was attacked by an unknown force and Professor X vanishes. Wolverine tries to bring the X-Men back together to find out what happened. Eventually they find Professor X in a comatose state. But he contacts them from the future where he has awakened. And they have to deal with new challenges.Written by
In the comics, Kamal El Aloui is portrayed as a light skinned Acolyte with a tall hulking physique and brute personality. Here he is a future X-man with no association with the Acolytes or Genosha and is a lot friendlier. He is also closer to average height and appears to be Asian (West Asian or South Asian) as he sports an asian accent and had dark brown skin. See more »
Being a fully grown "adult" in my mid 20's who still reads comics and watches cartoons, naturally i nearly wet my pants with excitement after hearing of a new animated X-men show and after watching the trailer on "YouTube" I knew I was going to be in for something special.
I've just finished watching season one on DVD with each episode in close proximity intervals and I've got to say that the show is extremely addictive and the episodes flow really smoothly from one to the other.
There is a great storyline which pretty much starts in episode one and continues throughout the series with only a few "filler" type episodes (which are also very entertaining). The animation is top notch for an American cartoon series (I'm into Anime) and the voice casting and acting is spot-on! The legendary Steve Blum (voice of "Spike" in "Cowboy Bebop) reprises his role as "Wolverine" which is also great seeing as he's pretty much the "Kevin Conroy" of Marvel and Wolverine!
I believe that this series is more aimed at individuals already familiar with the "X-universe" and features many mutants never before seen in any previous animated "X-men" series. The overall tone is also "grittier" than you average cartoon series and is low on "cheese" (thankfully) with a lot of themes more aimed at teenagers and young adults as apposed to young children. That being said, the kids will still love this show as there is enough action and eye-candy to keep their short attention spans occupied outside of a story which may be a little complex for some.
Although i've been a long-time comic enthusiast and fan of the "X-men" mythos I wasn't a huge fan of the last animated X-men series "Evolutions" and thought that the early 90's series was far superior in every aspect.
However, I now have a new favourite "X-toon" and it's called "Wolverine and the X-men" and yes it is better than the early 90's cartoon series but only just ; )
Bring on "The Age of Apocalypes"!!!!
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