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  • Actors: Iona Morris, Lenore Zann, Alison Seasly-Smith
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Surround), French (Unknown), Spanish (Unknown)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 28, 2009
  • Run Time: 368 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001QIVEVE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,089 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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In a world that hates and fears them, several mutants (humans who are born with unique powers and abilities) have banded together to fight the hatred, and eventually fight for their very lives. Under the tutelage of Professor Xavier, the most powerful telepath on the planet, they learn to master their powers. Cyclops, the team leader, can shoot laser beams from his eyes. The rebellious and feral Wolverine can heal himself and has metal claws. Jean Grey is a telekinetic and telepath. Rogue has super-strength and the ability to fly, but can never touch another human being. The eloquent Storm can control the weather. The Cajun thief Gambit can charge any object with kinetic energy... making the smallest objects powerful bombs. The Beast has superhuman intelligence, agility, and has a body covered with blue fur. Jubilee is the new girl, a confused teenager with the ability to shoot plasma from her fingertips. Together they form the X-Men, fighting mutants like Magneto and Mystique, as well as stopping hate-mongers like Graydon Creed, Henry Guyrich, and Senator Kelley.

Customer Reviews

It's a must for any X-Men fan, whether it's of the comics or the movies.
Dark Phnix
I first watched this show on fox kids back in 1995 when i was 10 man i loved this show so much it brings so much memories good old times good times SWEET!!!
DeathNeff
There are no extras on the DVDs but there's "episode selection" and "play all" feature, plus good picture and sound quality.
Alex Honda

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150 of 158 people found the following review helpful By Reconnecting To My Childhood on February 12, 2009
Format: DVD
Is it just me or was television overall, but especially children's, better in the nineties? Growing up we had such intelligent children's programs introducing us properly to mature themes of adulthood, Batman: the Animated Series, Spiderman (the 90's version that often crossed over with X-men), and X-Men itself among many more.
Even Disney had more mature shows back then with the likes of Gargoyles on the air (which I'm upset they never finished releasing on DVD) and children's shows with well done premises like Recess. Nickelodeon had it's greats back then too (Rugrats, Doug, Rocko's Modern Life, etc.), now all they have are Dan Schneider productions and Spongebob.
Animated sitcoms/series were smart and edgey not stupid and in your face trying to get shocks, we had the likes of King Of The Hill, Daria and Simpsons at its peak.
Now all kids have are Ben 10 and an onslaught of angularly drawn super hero revamps (which are sometimes enjoyable but not nearly of the same calabur), along with the recent Disney sitcoms that have become so wrongly popular amongst the youth. I wish I could go back to the nineties, luckily this set will help me and anyone else longing to do that by allowing us to revisit these classic episodes.
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118 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Maras Memcevic on February 9, 2009
Format: DVD
Walt Disney Home Entertainment has passed along the following official details about the upcoming X-Men: Volume One and X-Men: Volume Two DVD releases. The details are posted below.

Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment

Story: Experience the classic Marvel® legacy as the X-Men animated series finally explodes onto DVD for the first time. Featuring stories adapted directly from the original comic books, this collection is a piece of Marvel history and a must-have for every X-Men fan.

Discover the origins of your favorite characters and uncover the secrets of Magneto and more of the world's most diabolical villains in X-Men: Volume 1. Relive 32 episodes of the series, from the 2-part "Night of The Sentinels" through the 5-part amazing epic "Phoenix Saga," in this must-have collection!
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Norman Wolf on March 25, 2009
Format: DVD
Neil K has it wrong. The first two volumes (4 dvds) contain the first 33 episodes in order...all of seasons 1&2 plus the first half of season 3. The last half of season 3 plus seasons 4 and 5 (43 episodes) will be on the next two volumes (another 4 dvds or so).

That works out very nicely, and makes a total of 8-9 dvds for the series, which is nice and compact. Definitely looking forward to it, and the price is fairly reasonable at $18 US per 2-disc volume
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By S. R. on May 2, 2009
Format: DVD
I will not spend any time elaborating on the importance of this pivotal superhero animated series since anyone visiting this page undoubtedly knows that already. However, since many DVD sets have been issued in edited form over the years, I felt it necessary to alleviate any concerns of the same being true of this release. The episodes on this set clock in at around 21mins 30secs each, which is the correct full length. A handful of early episodes had incomplete animation that was only seen in the original airing and corrected by the original animation studio ever since, which is what are on these discs. For instance, the original airing of "Slave Island, Part 3" ended with the X-Men arriving at an intact X-Mansion instead of one demolished by the Juggernaut. Due to animation delays/ problems with "The Unstoppable Juggernaut" episode (which was to follow chronologically), the ending was altered, since the Juggernaut episode would not be ready to air for several weeks. So "The Cure" and "Come The Apocalypse", which were ready to be aired, were shown first instead. Fortunately, these episodes are arranged by production order and not broadcast order, thus the chronology of the storylines are not disjointed.

This series is one of the few where having the original broadcast versions is not better. So many of those early episodes aired initially with incomplete special effects shots, coloring mistakes, dialogue sync errors, poorly animated scenes, and so forth. The two-part pilot episodes in particular have several variations due to repeated corrections and alterations (FOX initially aired unfinished, error-ridden versions of the pilot episodes as part of a 'sneak preview').
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Finally!!
Finally.... i can't believe this took as long as it did. Can't wait to check these out.
Jan 25, 2009 by K-Rappa Dizzle |  See all 20 posts
Volume 3 is Confirmed!
As long as they get the dark phoenix saga out on dvd I'll be happy.
Apr 26, 2009 by David A. Riley |  See all 10 posts
Why is everyone complaining about them being in volumes instead of...
I agree - the episodes are still in order, we just get more this way instead of having them released in seasons.
May 16, 2009 by Zach Pisut |  See all 4 posts
Do these releases come with slip covers?
Mine did not come with a slip cover for either volume. I got it from here.
May 3, 2009 by Zach Pisut |  See all 14 posts
Quality of the episodes
just because the episodes on youtube are blurry doesn't mean the series is... people don't animate things blurry...
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