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X-Men: Evolution - Powers Revealed

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This great collection includes four X-Men Revolution episodes: 1) The Beast of Bayville: In an attempt to quell his growing animal instincts, Bayville High Teacher Hank McCoy tests a serum on himself, and unleashes the beast within. 2) Adrift: During Scott's visit to Hawaii, he attempts to rescue his brother, Alex, who has been pulled out to sea on his surfboard during a terrible storm. 3) On Angel's Wings: A new mutant appears in New York during the Christmas holiday. Angel (Warren K. Worthington III), wants to be the guardian angel of the city, and publicly help people. But his actions are bringing unwanted attention. 4) African Storm: Just as Evan's slacker attitude prompts the decision to send him back tohis parents, Storm's state of mind is questioned when she hallucinates that ghostly shadows are haunting her. Or perhaps she's not hallucinating....

DVD Features:
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Special Features

  • Contains 4 episodes
  • "Stan Lee" The Original X-Man"
  • "Inside Xavier's Institute"

Product Details

  • Actors: Scott McNeil, Meghan Black, Christopher Judge, Kirby Morrow, Venus Terzo
  • Writers: Chris Claremont, Jack Kirby, John Byrne, Stan Lee
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: February 10, 2004
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000WN0XM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,838 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "X-Men: Evolution - Powers Revealed" on IMDb

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"Powers Revealed" continues the issuance of episodes from "X-Men: Evolution." This disc includes the following episodes from Season 2:
1) The Beast of Bayville - the episode describing how Hank McCoy joins the X-Men.
2) Adrift - Cyclops and his brother Havok are lost at sea.
3) On Angel's Wings - one of the best of the entire series, this special Christmas episode focuses on Warren Worthington III, and the X-Men's & Magneto's attempts to recruit him to their opposing sides.
4) African Storm - An African witch-doctor steals Storm's powers.
These eps are all great, but it would be nice if Warner Bros. would just release these shows by the season, as opposed to four eps to a disc.
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X-Men - Evolution, the Complete 3rd Season, continues the adventures of the teenage versions of the X-Men. Season 3's first episode, "Day of Recovery," picks up immediately where Season 2's "Day of Reckoning, Part 2" left off. After a frenetic battle with Magneto and the giant Sentinel robot and with mutanthood having been outed on the media, the X-Men must now deal with the aftermath of an Xavier's Institute in ruins and team members still being held captive in Area 51. Magneto is possibly dead and the X-Men have just discovered that Mystique had been posing as Professor X. Things have definitely taken a momentous turn as the X-kids now must deal with mutant bigotry by the public, and the hostility and prejudice of their "normal" high school peers. The Brotherhood of Mutants certainly don't aim to make things easy for their rivals. Events also lead to the return of the ancient, all-powerful mutant, Apokalypse. On a personal level, Scott and Jean become even more close, and Toad grows ever fonder of the scornful Scarlet Witch (ie: Wanda kicks him and Toad replies with "Oww, the delicious pain of l'amour"; well, that's love, baby). Spyke and Rogue also go thru their own personal wringers here, and Mystique is again a major player.

It only took me the first episode of Season One to get pretty comfortable with the revamped X-Men, although, as the seasons went on, it was still a bit unsettling to think of Colossus, Gambit, and the Scarlet Witch as semi-villains. While I wouldn't go as far as to call the idea of casting most of the X-Men as teens a stroke of genius, it's certainly a smart and hip, demographically savvy move on someone's part.
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I totally love this show, and was sad to see it end at only four seasons, but I have seasons 1 and 3 on DVD now, so I can watch them when ever I want.

This set has the episodes:

Disc 1 -

1. Day of Recovery

2. The Stuff of Heroes

3. Mainstream

4. The Stuff of Villains

5. Blind Alley

6. X-tream Measures

7. The Toad, The Witch, and The Wardrobe

8. Self Possessed

Disc 2 -

9. Under Lock and Key

10. Cruise Control

11. X23

12. Dark Horizon (part 1)

13. Dark Horizon (part 2)

As for the special features -

Mutant Files - they're your standard issue who's who of the heroes and villains, and it's a run down of everyone. The watcher doesn't get to pick which character to look up, you get eveybody all at once.

X-posed - this is mostly about how they came up with X-23 and that it spawned it's own comic after the fact.

Trivia Challenge - you don't get to pick your answers, Mystique justs asks the questions and then tells you the answers...a let down in my opinion.

My favorite episodes from this season are -

Self Possessed - it's the one where Rouge touches Mystique and starts becoming all of the personalities that she has absorbed, physically and mentally.

Cruise Control - it's about the group on vacation saves an Island from a volcano's eruption and being praised/accepted for it instead of being feared/hated.
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This season has to be the best. It started off with such a dark story and ended with a great cliff hanger! The animation was a wonderful as always, but the stories have evolved as much as the mutants of this series has. I loved the changes, from Wolverine's new look, to everyone finding out that mutants are among humans.

This had some great episodes that were dark, but they also had a few episodes that were just fun (Cruise Control). Overall, this season and series were and still are great. It's a shame that this series ended so soon, so much more it had to offer. I'm just glad this was finally released. If you haven't seen this series before, this is the season to get, even though you may be a little confused since it starts where the story left off from season 2. A must have
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I'm so glad they're coming out with the entire season at once! I am still missing 2 DVDs from the first 2 seasons because it was so hard to find when and where they were being sold. Also, Season 3 is probably my favourite--the characters are well-developed, and we start getting further into what makes them who they are. Season 4, in my opinion, jumps around too much, but Season 3 focuses on things that are important later on, as well as showing sides of the characters that we haven't seen before. But the final reason I'm looking forward to this is just two words: Self Possessed. ;)
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