TV Series | TV-Y7 | | Animation, Action, Family
A team of mutant superheroes fight for justice and human acceptance in the Marvel Comics universe.
The series adopted a number of famous storylines and events from the "X-Men" comics.
Are these the people whose laws you trust? They don't seem to share your sense of brotherhood.
Beast: They only fight because they fear us. Because they don't yet understand.
Magneto: But they do understand: Our mutant powers make us superior to them, and that is ...
In "X-Ternally Yours" Bobby and Belle place their tithe boxes before the X-Ternal, but the boxes disappear in a wide shot.
In the opening credits, a roll call of the X-Men occurs, with each member showing off their particular ability.
The first season of X-Men, when aired on FoxKids, featured CGI character profile models during the end credits. Later airings replaced these credits with those similar to season 2. When the fourth year episodes began, short clips from past episodes were filtered into the credits for the original airings. When the final year's worth of episodes aired, the series recieved slightly altered intro animation and music. When reruns of the series moved over to UPN for a short while, all of the aired episode intros and credits were replaced with brand animation, featuring Cable among the regular X-Men.
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