Mutant X (2001–2004)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Drama


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A fugitive geneticist and four of his "creations" search for others of their kind while attempting to stay a step ahead of a morally ambiguous government agent.


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Avi Arad

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2 March 2004 | QueenMakeda84
I like it
I liked X-Men the cartoon and I like this show. That's apparently weird and wrong to many people. The plots explore a lot of issues about genetic testing and the consequences of trying to play God. Ultimately, we screw ourselves up and create a race that we want to get rid of because they're more powerful. It's the human weakness to want to run things but then can't control it and get in over our head. Anyone who came on Xena, I'll watch their shows. Hence I watch Mutant X for V. Pratt because she played Cyane on Xena and Sarge on Cleo 2525. The show is good though. Adam is starting to make a comeback (saw that coming) and Emma's gone. I'm happy about that. She had no personality and was just annoying. Her powers were cool though. The show's premise is Adam, a geneticist, who takes in 4 powerful mutants to help them control their powers and to fight to protect all mutants. Shalimar, the feral, who's very territorial and protective of the crew; Jesse, the masser/phaser, can walker through walls or become one and is a little naive, but he's coming out of that. They usually have him staying at Sanctuary doing computer tricks and he never gets any action. Brennan, the electric guy, can electrocute things and is a playboy, but has a sweet side. Basic pretty boy, but he and Shal may have something going on. And Lexa, new to the group. She can bend light to become invisible and to form a laser, ouch! She works for the secret gov't group The Dominion, but she's got her ow agenda and may be as much out of the loop as Mutant X. Adam's coming back to run things because I think he was betrayed. Anywho, great show. Good concepts. I lost touch with it for awhile, but I like where I'm at now. Watch it.

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