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X-Men: Volume Two (Marvel DVD Comic Book Collection) (2009)

Iona Morris , Lenore Zann  |  Unrated |  DVD
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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)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 28, 2009
  • Run Time: 391 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,715 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.

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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Animated TV Was Better In The 90's February 13, 2009
Finally, fans of this show can own the classic episodes we grew up on and enjoyed. It's amazing to me how much more realisticly they tried to ground television series back then. This show imparticular went out of it's way to stick true to the comics it was based on, several major storylines were told in multi-part episodes too which is something I don't see as much anymore. I'm sure any fan will love this second volume as it contains the amazing Pheonix storyline. They tried to pull it off in 'X3: The Last Stand', and though I enjoyed it, for me they didn't manage to top the five parter that told the saga in this animated series. Episodes on this 2 disc volume include:

Red Dawn
Repo Man
X-Ternally Yours
Time Fugitives (Part 1)
Time Fugitives (Part 2)
A Rogue's Tale
Beauty & The Beast
Mojo Vision
Reunion (Part 1)
Reunion (Part 2)
Out of the Past (Part 1)
Out of the Past (Part 2)
The Phoenix Saga (Part 1): Sacrifice
The Phoenix Saga (Part 2): The Dark Shroud
The Phoenix Saga (Part 3): Cry of the Banshee
The Phoenix Saga (Part 4): The Starjammers
The Phoenix Saga (Part 5): Child of Light

There are no special features on this set and though I'd obviously love special features I'm willing to be happy with just the episodes if that's all they'll give us for now. I'm one of the people who hopes that good sales on these volumes will lead to the release of the others and possible special features in the future. I also hope that good sales on these sets could lead to the release of Marvel's 90's Spider-man series in sets like this.

Having now found the time to watch the DVD I want to say for those wondering that the video quality is near the same as I remember the original broadcast being.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
In 1992, the "X-Men" animated series aired on television and suffice to say, the series was a tremendous hit.

Considering what was going on behind-the-scenes at the time, especially on the comic book end of things. Comics had a resurge in popularity and popular artist Jim Lee would bring new life into the X-Men comic books by giving them new costumes, bringing an edge to the way the characters were drawn and a new comic book spinoff in the X-Men universe.

In fact, the X-Men comic books reached such an all time high in popularity that there were more spinoff series than any super hero title and fans actually bought them all up.

The series was a big hit for FOX KIDS during the Saturday morning block but because the series captured the heart and soul of the comic books (with slight differences in storyline and actual continuity), fans young and old were watching the "X-MEN" animated series.

With the first volume, we watched as the X-Men had to face against intolerance towards mutantkind and having to face off against Magneto. This time around, the storylines now come closer to what is happening on the comic side of things during the early to mid-90's.

This second volume is full of non-stop action and each episode filled with thrilling episodes plus more characters from the Marvel Universe and battles galore!

Here is a summary of what to find on both discs for "X-MEN" Volume 2.


* EPISODE 17 - Red Dawn - Professor X and Magneto continue to survive in the Savage Land. Meanwhile Colossus talks about how his Russian people are being terrorized by a mutant named Omega Red. The X-Men go to Russia to take him on.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Series - now let's finish it! April 28, 2009
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At last, one of the finest series ever to hit animation has come home to us. Marvel's X Men the Animated Series Vols 1 & 2 bring to life the comic book as few other series did. These volumes, especially the second, display the depth of these characters and the fine animation quality that made this series a hit. I am delighted to add these to my library.

But let us be clear, here. The first volume finishes into the second season. The second volume takes us through the rest of season two and into season three. But the second volume does NOT complete the third season.

And that leaves us with and unfinished season three, PLUS season four and five! Granted, after the Dark Phoenix Saga the episodes were shown more randomly and few were in order. However now we should benefit with further DVDS that allow us to see the remaining shows in order.

So I encourage everyone to buy Vol 1&2 but realize there must be more to come. PLEASE RELEASE THE REMAINING EPISODES. For us, the X-Men true followers, if you release it, we will buy and thank you.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Conclusion of Season 2 Plus Phoenix! May 9, 2009
By Joe H.
For most of my thoughts on the release of this show please see my review of the first set. My score takes into account the DVD's lack of special features and visual quality, but the rest of this written review is for the episodes contained herein.

The first set concluded with the third episode of season 2 ("Whatever it Takes") and volume 2 picks up from there. Season 2, like season 1, had episodes that all ran together though here the gap in time between episodes is not always clear. Connecting them all together is the absence of Professor Xavier and clips of he and Magneto's trials in The Savage Land are found in each episode before the storyline comes to a conclusion in the two-part "Reunion." The villain Mr. Sinister also appears throughout as it becomes clear he has a heavy influence on the happenings of season 2.

Sinister was a relatively new villain at the time of this show's creation and season 2 is pretty topical in that regard. Omega Red is featured here and he was almost brand new at the time of the episode's creation. If that displeased some longtime fans, they were rewarded with the five part Phoenix Saga that concludes the set. The Phoenix Saga here obviously needed to be reworked (after all, a completely different team of X-Men existed at the time in the comics) but it is mostly faithful. Some other comic book plots are carried over such as The Plague and Wolverine's past dealings with Department H but altered to better fit the animated series continuity.

An interesting trend was also started where a new character each week got his or her own episode. For characters like Rogue and Gambit, an origin story was presented where their past caught up to them (as opposed to having a flashback episode).
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Yes, the box art is silly.
But then again... it could've been Liefeld art.
Jan 28, 2009 by Kia Purity |  See all 10 posts
Volume 3 DVD is Confirmed!
Amazing!!! The art is great! I wonder if they're going to split the remaining episodes into 2 volumes with 3 discs or 3 volumes with 2 discs?
Apr 28, 2009 by Zach Pisut |  See all 8 posts
Volume 2 has no slipcover?
All the volumes have slipcovers. As they were released at Target, I've never seen any without the Slipcovers.
Jul 21, 2010 by Aaron Patterson |  See all 3 posts
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