Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Wolverine and the X-Men Deadly Enemies|
Actors: Steve Blum, Jim Ward, Nolan North, Fred Tatasciore, Kari Wahlgren
Genres: Action & Adventure, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Animation
The battles against formidable opponents have begun for Wolverine and the X-Men in Volume Two, as they continue their fight to prevent an unspeakable future. The X-Men fight to save Storm?s life after the parasitic Shadow ... more »
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Show is excellent! But need to release a whole season!
Isiah Xavier Bradley | PA, USA | 05/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This show is a five star hands down, but the releases are poor and not worth your buck. In this purchase, there's only five episodes and commentary. Just wait for the whole season, maybe they'll get the message by not buying this."
Great show, but corp. GREED makes this a bad deal
Aaron Calilan | SF, USA | 06/25/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I agree with the comments on NOT BUYING THIS DVD. It's a great series, but releasing only 4 episodes at a time is just corp. America taking us for a ride. When you can get complete seasons of great animated series (like Justice League Unlimited) for under $24, you gotta think... "only 4 episodes, WTF???"
Don't get caught up in this marketing hype, wait until they get it right and release the season set."
Wolverine and the x men:deadly enemies
Paul Lazzaretti | Arlington Heights, IL | 07/11/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"No matter how good the movie, people can see that the almighty dollar not the consumer drives the marketing of Marvel items. Being frugal will teach Marvel a lesson."
Good show but too few episodes on one disc
picardfan007 | USA | 08/07/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This version of the X-Men is far from perfect. However the storylines have been adapted pretty much the way they were from the comics. I do have to question the motivations of the packagers of this show. I was fortunate to purchase this at Wal-Mart for $9.99. Other retailers are charging more.
The animation reminds me style of Batman: The Animated Series. Unlike the 90's version, the figures are all streamlined and devoid of details. I suppose it's more affordable to get them on the air. If I were producing this show I'd make an attempt to use CGI for the figures. I can't help but think that someone along the line said how the show has to be produced economically. It's only that the CGI shows get the ratings. It's too bad some executive at Marvel doesn't say if we want to stay on the air and sell DVD's CGI will keep the fans coming back.
On the stories, I am glad it isn't just one of those kid versions of the characters. The new Spectacular Spiderman seems be interested in just the pre teen fans. The best aspect of some the latest Marvel's are the fact that they try to attract the adult fans. These aren't strictly Saturday Morning type toons."