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After the 1990s X-Men series, the next animated series was called X-Men Evolution

Today’s Link:

http://marvel.com/videos/browse/movietv/66/x-men_evolution

X-Men: Evolution had 4 seasons with 52 episodes total, now available online. The show features the first appearances of many X-Men characters in animated form along with some new additions to the cast, like Wolverine’s clone X-23. She’s since gone on to become a very popular character in the comics.

Evolution is the third longest running Marvel show, behind the 1990s X-Men and Spider-Man series.

I admit, I haven’t seen this one yet myself, but I’m pretty intrigued. According to wikipedia, it’s won several awards:

X-Men: Evolution won the award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Live Action and Animation at the 30th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, on May 16, 2003.[2] It also won the Cover of the Year Award in 2004 for best animated figure for Beast. It was nominated for several Golden Reel Awards, as well as other Emmys. Steven E. Gordon, the director of this show, was nominated in the Production Design in an Animated Television Production category for X-Men: Evolution at the 2001 Annie Awards.

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  1. avatar Chris D. wrote on at February 18, 2011 1:14 am:

    Ok, now I feel an overwhelming weight on my shoulder to watch ALL of these shows you’ve posted :)

    I very just vaguely remember seeing a commerical for this. I was in college at the time and just “too mature” to watch toons like this…now that I don’t have to fake maturity I must catch up ;)

    Looks like some great animation.

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    avatar Ian replied on February 18th, 2011 at 1:16 am:

    well, it was fun for a minute, but still a kids show. Won’t keep me for long.

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    avatar Chris D. replied on February 18th, 2011 at 1:26 am:

    hey you’re in good company here man, no need to pretend you don’t like it ;)

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    avatar Ian replied on February 18th, 2011 at 1:27 am:

    haha, it got to be a bit much for me a little quick. But I’m sure I’ll have moods where I really want to watch an x-men cartoon.

    Right now, I couldn’t even keep watching B5, just trying to concentrate on some tricky books. A lot of the ones I have to do left are weird ones.

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  2. avatar jcolma1979 wrote on at July 12, 2011 5:35 pm:

    This is actually a pretty good series!

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  1. Ian Aleksander Adams
    wrote on at February 17, 2011 6:20 pm:

    Just started the first episode of this to take a break from B5 while doing the marvel updates. It's already earned a chance by calling cyclops out on his “stupid sunglasses at night.”

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  2. Chris D.
    wrote on at February 18, 2011 1:36 am:

    Whoa, it must be some intense work you’re doing to not even have a show on in the background! :-O

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    wrote on at February 18, 2011 1:36 am:

    Whoa, it must be some intense work you’re doing to not even have a show on in the background! :-O

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  4. Ian Aleksander Adams
    wrote on at February 18, 2011 1:37 am:

    I gave up on one section and just made a forum post about it.

    I pretty much finished finding the panini pocket book info. It wasn't really intense, I just kept getting distracted, and a lot of the books aren't really listed comprehensively anywhere so I gotta piece together the info from a few different sources. Sometimes make an educated guess from the synopsis or length of a miniseries, etc.

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  5. Simon
    wrote on at February 18, 2011 4:27 am:

    Unlike you guys I was only 12 when this started showing so I had my youth as an excuse to watch this show.

    Personally I think this was better than the '90s show, it actually came out about 6 months after the first X-Men film. I have since gotten fed up with the films but I remember at the time liking this show as the characterisation was mostly the same as the ones from the films. – Well worth a watch.

    Glad to hear that you are almost through the UK troublesome trades, not long to go now.

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  6. yudansha
    wrote on at January 23, 2013 6:48 pm:

    Man I loved this show when I was a kid.  It came out right at the right time for me, when I was just starting middle School.  The animation and the characterizations are both solid.  As an adult it might seem a little kidish but as an older kid or early teenager this is a creative and cool approach to the X-men I highly recommend it, if for no other reason then the nostalgia.   

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