Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|X-Men Evolution - Season 2 Volume 1 Mutants Rising|
Actors: Scott McNeil, Meghan Black, Christopher Judge, Kirby Morrow, Venus Terzo
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense, Animation
Even as the youthful X-MEN explore the boundaries of their unearthly abilities, Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine, Rogue and the other X-MEN are thrust into the front lines of an epic confrontation: the battle between their mentor... more »
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Could've been better
spacedog | boston, ma United States | 04/22/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"includes the first four eps of season 2:ep 201 growing pains -- season opener, first appearance of the younger class (jubilee, cannonball, etc.), avalanche exposes the mutants to the school, but the professor wipes their minds
ep 202 badda bing badda boom -- boom boom's father forces her to steal money
ep 203 power surge -- jean grey's powers threaten to overwhelm her
ep 204 fun and games -- the x-men throw a party while the professor is away, but a student named arcade accidentally stumbles into the danger roomextras inc: language features, episode intros by the director frank paur, and a few other things that i haven't checked yet, prob. just bios on the characters. all in all sort of disappointing, since the rest of the episodes from season 1 haven't been put out and the first 4 eps of season 2 were def. not the best of the season. still, it's better than nothing."
X-Men Evolution : The Greatest X-Men series
A.Gambit.Kelly | United Kingdom | 05/24/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I recently became a big fan of X-Men from the movie and when Evolution started i thought it was better than the film.I have been a collector of the figures for nearly a year and find some of the reviews on this DVD rubbish.Episode 1: Growing Pains, this episode is where the Brotherhood try to reveal the identities of the X-Men at the soccer tournament.Episode 2: Power Surge, this is one of the main stages in Jean's life. Her powers increase rapidly and she can't hold them so the X-Men are left to save the day and a fellow student's future.Episode 3: Bad-a-bing Bada-Boom:
Another good story line featuring a new recruit's father who attempts to steal the carnival money.Surprisingly stopped by the brotherhood who want Boom-Boom as a new member.Episode 4:Fun& Games Mystique returns luring the proffessro out to repair Juggernaut's prison and encourages the X-Men to hold a party giving her and a computer geek access to cerebro whilst she escape's with some mutant data on DVD. Episode 4 being the best as the whole action extravaganza except for the cliff hanger ending.What will Mystique do to Boom-Boom when she finds her living in her room.This DVD has extra's such as detail's of X-Men and the brotherhood."
spacedog | 05/03/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I loved it but yet im a huge fan of X-Men Evolution. I thought it was good for 4 eps. The thing that makes this really good is that the eps are UNCUT! You finially get to see the scene that started the Kitty & Lance relationship and a few other scenes in Growing Pains. There is a little bit added to Power Surge at the end with Jean losing control. Also a little bit from Bada Bing, Bada Boom. So i thought it was worth it just to see those scenes"
Azrael | Glasgow, Scotland | 09/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"X-men Evolution is simply the best animated series in years, better than the 90's series, and will be enjoyed by people who may never have read the comic but liked the movies, whatever age you are (I'm 26). It is Xtremely well animated, the characters have depth, and you do care what happens to them. Good storylines, good voice acting, good humour for young and old to appreciate. Overall a very mature animated series and not kiddy-ish or comicbook-ish - just like the movies! Long may it run!"