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


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  • Actors: Iona Morris, Lenore Zann, Alison Seasly-Smith
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish, English
  • Dubbed: 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: Unrated
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 4, 2010
  • Run Time: 308 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0036EH3XY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,824 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The original tales of Marvel comic books come to life in Volume 5 of the X-MEN collection. Relive the action of the popular animated series in this collectible compilation of X-MEN adventures. The X-MEN must turn to their arch-nemesis, Magneto, in an effort to save the life of Professor Xavier! Watch the action unfold in the final episode Graduation Day, and don't miss a moment of X-MEN excitement in this 2-disc set, complete with 14 riveting episodes. Complete your X-MEN collection with this must-own series.

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Season 5 is the end of the series, and for good reason.
B. Almy
DVD is all accounted for and I have a really good collectors items!!
JG
With this final volume, the entire series is now complete.
Vulture Girl

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87 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Reconnecting To My Childhood on January 31, 2010
X-men fans can finally finish off the complete animated series on DVD with this 5th volume. All I can say is thank God that Disney finished releasing this series and didn't leave us hanging. Containing all 13 episodes of the 5th season and one episode held over from the 3rd season this set contains the following fourteen episodes:

The Phalanx Covenant (1) Aired: 9/7/1996
Rushing to investigate a disturbance downtown, the X-Men find Sabretooth on the rampage again, but realize too late that it isn't really Sabretooth at all. It is the Phalanx, a voracious alien life-form that can assume the guise of anything or anyone.

The Phalanx Covenant (2) Aired: 9/7/1996
Beast and Forge search for allies to help them battle the alien threat. Gathering assistance from such unlikely sources as Magneto and Sinister, they embark upon a daring and risky plan to free the planet from the clutches of the Phalanx by traveling straight into the belly of the beast.

A Deal with the Devil (Aired: 9/14/1996)
The former Soviet Union's weapon, Omega Red, is thawed out by the US Military to deal with an abandoned Soviet nuclear submarine near Hawaii. He asks for his old enemy, Wolverine, and the woman responsible for freezing him, Storm, to accompany him on the mission. Omega Red is offered restored humanity, but once aboard the warhead-filled sub he reveals he may have other intentions.

No Mutant is an Island (Aired: 9/21/1996) [This episode is from the 3rd season]
Following the loss of Jean Grey to the Phoenix Entity, Cyclops becomes disillusioned with the constant struggle between human and mutantkind. He quits the X-Men and returns to the orphanage he grew up in, discovering his old friend Sarah runs the place.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Vulture Girl on February 12, 2010
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Fox Kids, in my opinion had the best cartoons in the world, X-men being one of them. Fox Kids had Eek the Cat, Bobby's
World, Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs, X-Men, Spider-Man, The Tick and Mighty Morphing Power Rangers. Each one of memorable
shows of the 90s. One of the most highly successful shows was the 90s X-Men.

The final adventures of the highly successful X-Men animated series are now finally here.
With this final volume, the entire series is now complete. We've waited long enough for this
whole series. We can now rejoice as the series is now completed.

This is the series' season four and five. X-Men debuted in 1992 on the Fox Kids network and ran all the way to 1997 with
five seasons and a total of 76 episodes. In this season, we'll witness Omega Red teaming with the X-Men,
an alien species consuming the planet, Storm being engaged to a king from another world, the origins of
Mr.Sinister and Wolverine teaming up with Captain America to battle the Red Skull. We'll even witness the final
episode with emotional results as Xavier leaves the X-Men to survive a fatal illness.

If you are either a fan of X-Men, Marvel, Fox Kids' cartoons, 80s/90s cartoons or just love all in general, then don't miss the final adventures of X-Men. If you loved volumes one two, three and four, then don't miss the final volume. It might just be
a great time to gather all volumes and witness the 90s all over again.

Also the Iron Man 90s animated series is being released along with X-Men. Let's just hope that someday, Disney will someday
released the 90s Spider-Man, along with Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends, Silver Surfer and all other Marvel series. I would
love to have the 94 Spider-Man get a DVD release.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Joe H. on February 27, 2010
Disney has actually decided to finish releasing the entirety of one of its properties, rejoice X-Men fans, its been a long wait!

Unfortunately in many ways the series went out with a whimper. The creators never anticipated a fifth season and the contract with the animation studio even expired resulting in the last few episodes being animated by a new studio and a drastic change in visual style. Some voice talent left as well, most notably Chris Potters who played Gambit and was replaced by Tony Daniels, making for a somewhat jarring presentation and conclusion. A lot of the episodes are "filler" and stand-alone stories. That doesn't mean they are bad, but the series always had a feeling of moving forward that is absent here.

Nevertheless, if you've come this far you must see it through! There are some good episodes here, even some classics, and the series did get a proper final episode which provides closure to the series. Among the standout episodes are the two part Phalanx episodes which provide at least an entertaining team-up between Beast, Magneto, and Sinister. I quite enjoy the episode "Deliverance" which gives us the back story of one of the villains of the series. "Old Soldiers" is another flash back episode, this one featuring Wolverine and depicting his team-up with the legendary Captain America to take on the Red Skull. "Bloodlines" brings back Nightcrawler and unveils his origins and relationship with Rogue and Creed. We also get a couple holdover episodes, "A Deal With the Devil" and "No Mutant is an Island," two episodes part of prior seasons that are presented here according to air date. "Fifth Horseman" raises the question of whether Apocalypse is truly defeated and brings the often forgotten X-Factor member Caliban to the party.
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ugh No slip cover
I got the same thing when ordering all the volumes last week so I e-mailed Disney support about the missing Volume 5 slipcase and got the following reply:

Thank you for your e-mail. O-sleeves are a limited-quantity bonus item available on initial shipments of titles. Not all titles are... Read More
Aug 5, 2013 by Natrix |  See all 3 posts
Complete Series Collectors' Set?
I hope so.
Sep 17, 2010 by Deep_Royal_Blue |  See all 4 posts
French audio track ?
hi, were you able to confirm this?
Jul 28, 2013 by Karen |  See all 2 posts
Spider-man animated series?
Hopefully that's next.
Mar 12, 2010 by David L. Lee |  See all 9 posts
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