Up Down

The most recent X-Men animated effort is now also available online!

Today’s Link:


Wolverine And The X-Men just ran one season.

Perhaps it should be obvious that Wolverine has been steadily gaining in popularity since his introduction, at least enough to headline this show!

Anyway, not all of it is up online. There’s 12 episodes there, about half of the 26 produced, along with some clips.

Check it out!

Still Bored? Visit Uncle Gorby’s Archive for More Links or Visit Uncle Gorby’s Corner in the Forum!

Join the forum discussion on this post
Want to stay up to date? Click here to subscribe to updates by RSS!
You can also sign up to get updates by Email!
« | »

6 Comments Post New »

  1. avatar Marc wrote on at February 21, 2011 8:16 pm:

    I’d like to get this series on Blu-ray at some point. I really should have just bought it when it first came out, as it was only about $25 then…now it’s closer to $40.


    avatar Ian replied on February 21st, 2011 at 8:17 pm:

    on blue ray, huh? I’ve never seen any modern animation on such high quality media. Even the theatres down here in georgia are kind of shitty.


  2. avatar Marc wrote on at February 21, 2011 8:38 pm:

    I’ve seen plenty of animated theatrical releases on Blu-ray, but not anything originally made for television. I can’t imagine they would have even bothered to put this series on Blu-ray if they knew it would look like total crap, but I guess you never know.


    avatar Ian replied on February 21st, 2011 at 8:41 pm:

    “they” will put anything out as long as it makes money. first rule of capitalism. right?


  3. avatar Chris D. wrote on at February 21, 2011 10:34 pm:

    I’m surprised at how nice animation looks on HD. I’ve got my hands on one or two of the recent DC films released on blu-ray and they look crystal clear. If given the choice I will always rent them that way. Also saw “UP” on a digital theater near me and it was beautiful!

    Thanks for more of these free shows. Have you guys seen them before? Are they a little too kid friendly to watch?


    avatar Ian replied on February 21st, 2011 at 10:39 pm:

    Haven’t seen this one. I like the older ones, but a lot of that is because of personal nostalgia. Getting into them absolutely cold is hard – they really are for kids or super-fans.

    Still, I’ll probably watch a couple episodes of this later tonight. And I’m always happy that they’re made – often I’ll see some hilarious clip out of context on youtube.


Trackbacks and Related Posts

Content from other blogs and on this site that links back to this post.
  1. Simon
    wrote on at February 22, 2011 5:22 am:

    Animation in HD works a lot better than a lot of the real-life films; the frames are being editing and created solely for HD making films like the aforementioned UP look stunning.


RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a comment

Registered users may edit their comments past the 5 minute limit. [Register] [Login] [Logout]
HTML is allowed, but posts containing more than two links or sketchy code will be held for moderation.

« | »