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


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  • Actors: Iona Morris, Lenore Zann, Alison Seasly-Smith
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • 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: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 15, 2009
  • Run Time: 345 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002DYKPF6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,220 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The saga of the Dark Phoenix--in which Jean Gray is possessed by a powerful and destructive cosmic being--is the centerpiece of X-Men, Volume 3, which compiles the conclusion of the third season of 1990s animated series X-Men and the beginning of its fourth. The story line, which unspools over 4 of the double-disc set's 15 episodes, largely echoes the one outlined by Chris Claremont, John Byrne, and Dave Cockrum in the print version circa 1976-77, with Gray/Dark Phoenix installed as the Black Queen of the Hellfire Club's Inner Circle, her destruction of the D'Bari star system, and the X-Men's fight against the fearsome Shi'ar Imperial Guard to decide the Phoenix's fate. It's a thrilling quartet of episodes, and the highlight of the set; other story arcs include Wolverine's never-ending quest for the facts of his past ("Weapon X, Lies and Videotape"); Morph's return to the X-Men, which is dampened by an attack by the Sentinels ("Courage"); appearances by Nightcrawler, Iceman ("Cold Comfort"), and Archangel ("Obsession"), who recruits Rogue to battle Apocalypse; and a nice nod to the Age of Apocalypse story line in the two-parter "One Man's Worth." Those who remember the TV series will be pleased to have this current go-round of episodes, despite their being out of broadcast order (which results in some continuity confusion); newcomers will appreciate the plentiful action and smart scripting. As with previous Buena Vista X-Men releases, no extras are included in the set. --Paul Gaita

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The X-Men are back for more nonstop thrills and excitement in Volume 3 of the definitive animated series. Faithfully created from the pages of the original Marvel comic books, these classic stories are a must have for any X-Men fan.

When the all powerful Dark Phoenix inhabits the body of Jean Grey, the X-Men go to battle in order to save one of their own. Get into the action with 15 spine-tingling episodes, including the 4-part Dark Phoenix saga in this collectible 2-disc set.

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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Reconnecting To My Childhood on June 20, 2009
After the release of Volumes 1 & 2 most fans were ecstatic to be able to own the first three and a half seasons of this classic animated series on studio released DVD. The problem with Disney is you can never tell if they will finish releasing a series or cancel it because of poor sales or God knows why. Luckily fans of this series will be able to collect more episodes this September 22nd with the further release of X-men: The Animated Series with Volumes 3 & 4. Volume three is confirmed to contain the following fifteen episodes from the third and fourth seasons of the show spread across two discs:

Disc 1
34 Savage Land, Strange Heart (1)
35 Savage Land, Strange Heart (2)
36 Obsession
37 Dark Pheonix: Dazzled (1)
38 Dark Pheonix: The Inner Circle (2)
39 Dark Pheonix: The Dark Pheonix (3)
40 Dark Pheonix: The Fate Of The Pheonix (4)

Disc 2
41 Cold Comfort
42 Orphan's End
43 The Juggernaut Returns
44 Nightcrawler
45 Weapon X, Lies and Videotape
46 One Man's Worth (1)
47 One Man's Worth (2)
48 Courage

Really every episode from this series can be considered a fan favorite but more noticable in this collection is the four part Dark Pheonix Saga as well as Weapon X, Lies and Videotape, Nightcrawler and Obsession.

The audio & video quality we can expect will be the same as that of the first two volumes. Episodes tended to be in the same quality they aired with minor compression issues that go unnoticed by most and didn't impede on my personal viewing enjoyment. Also the further we go into the series we should notice a slow steady improvement on the actual animation quality.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Phoenix Child VINE VOICE on June 30, 2009
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I am a child of the '90's, growing up in a time when television was in something of a golden age -- the action was kicking harder, the humor was getting funnier but was still fresh and clean, and landmark shows such as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" were getting their starts. Among this age, FOX network created FOXkids!, a viewing block that aired in the afternoons after school let out and also on Saturday mornings. Within this time, "X-Men: The Animated Series" came into being.

Dealing with large social issues such as prejudice and good vs. evil, "X-Men", like the comics the show was based on, wrapped these issues in fun packaging with "mutants" and "super powers." Going on to be one of the most successful cartoons in FOX's history, "X-Men" ran for a phenomenal five seasons. This is the first time that these beloved episodes are available in high-quality DVD format.

Volume Three of this collection picks up where Volume Two left off -- the Phoenix Saga, one of the greatest of all comic book story arcs. Jean Grey joined with the cosmic entity known as the Phoenix Force and sacrificed her life to save the universe. Now, the Phoenix has been driven mad by Jean's humanity and her telepathic powers, helped by the mental manipulations of the sinister Inner Circle club, beginning the start of the epic Dark Phoenix Saga.

Follow the X-Men as they fight for Jean Grey's soul, as Apocalypse rises and the battle not only evil but prejudice and social adversity time and time again. Featuring everyone's favorite comic characters (from Nightcrawler to Iceman to Archangel, to Cable and Apocalypse and Magneto), Volume Three will continue to delight fans of both comic and show.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Vulture Girl on June 26, 2009
In my opinion, X-Men, Batman TAS, Spider-Man, Animaniacs, Power Rangers, Eek the Cat, Bobby's World, Tiny Toons and all the other shows that were featured on Fox Kids were the very best shows. X-Men, in spite of being a Saturday morning cartoon gathered very high ratings. In fact, it was so successful that it ran for a whopping 76 episodes with a total of 5 seasons, all the way from 1992 to 1997. In fact, it is the longest running Marvel animated show with Spider-Man being the second longest. X-Men has often been compared to Batman the Animated Series in terms of quality.

We can now witness more adventure as episodes from season 3 and 4 are now being released. X-Men closely followed some storylines from the comics. In this one, we witness the Dark Phoenix Saga in which Jean Grey is consumed by the Phoenix Force but is her dark evil side. We'll also see the X-Men clash in an epic battle with the immortal god-like mutant Apocalypse and even battle Sauron's army in the prehistoric Savage Land.

X-Men is something for all ages. Kid and teens will love the action and adventure, while adults will appreciate the well written episodes and how some of them follow the comics. And of course, everybody will appreciate the top-quality animation created by some of the greatest animation studios of the day and everyone will love the nicely drawn awesome looking characters who bear great resemblance to the X-Men of comic book artist Jim Lee and writer Chris Claremont.

In case you're a fan of X-Men, Marvel, good action, emotional scenes or epic battles of good vs evil or if you even watched this on Fox Kids during the fantastic era of the 90s, don't miss X-Men!
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DVD packaging
Volume 1 and Volume 2 had slip covers as well. I think it was limited or something, but that was the only difference making it limited.
Sep 18, 2009 by J. Clem |  See all 4 posts
Chrono order of episodes
http://web.archive.org/web/20050206113612/members.aol.com/melchwerx/xtasepnum.htm

Also the episodes on the Batman The Animated Series DVD's ARE in the correct order (NOT airdate order). WB actually got it right.
Sep 10, 2009 by E. Jackson |  See all 6 posts
Audio Spanish??
Confirm please!!!
Nov 2, 2009 by Pablo Zelayandía V |  See all 4 posts
Save $5 by purchasing 2 X-Men volumes at a time
So that explains that.
Aug 28, 2009 by benigngerm |  See all 2 posts
Episodes on the X-Men Volume 3 & 4 DVD are not in the correct order!
I think that was how it actually aired the first time around in the 90's-- I got confused when I saw that episode *after* the Dark Phoenix saga.
Jul 6, 2009 by Kia Purity |  See all 15 posts
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