Short Review of Wolverine and the X-Men Fate of the Future

Hay Bub is this any good or what?

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By Roscoe182 - 1/29/2010
I love anything x-men but i havent had much chance to watch Wolverine and the X-men but i came across this last nite havent seen it mentiond on here so i though id do a small review for it



Plot:WOLVERINE and the X-MEN race through time to regain control of their destiny in Volume 4: FATE OF THE FUTURE. Evil attempts to rewrite the past, and the mutant heroes must prevent a perilous future in these five time-bending episodes. History repeats itself when Wolverine's past resurfaces, forcing him to repay old debts in "Stolen Lives." In "Code of Conduct," Wolverine's history returns again when the X-Men are threatened by the SILVER SAMURAI who challenges the adamantine hero to anohter duel. In "Badlands," LOGAN's captivity helps spawn a new breed of SENTINELS to terrorize the future. And before MOJO rips their friendship apart, NIGHTCRAWLER struggles to convince a brainwashed Wolverine of their lost days together in "Hunting Grounds." Finally, in "Backlash," when Wolverine learns that MASTER MOLD is the same nemesis for tomorrow's X-Men, he must protect his fellow mutants before the future becomes obsolete.

It was pretty cool i must admit but i dnt no why but i keep comparing to the 90's cartoon witch i grew up with but it still has all our fav mutants in it but i do have to say this isnt as good as the old stuff i do like the voice acting and the animation but its just not as good im sure a few will agree but im sure many will get more enjoyment out of it than i did.

So thair u go not really a review as such but still gets the point across (cant beat the 90's for cartoons) and with that said hope u enjoy the read.

Roscoe
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Shaman - 1/29/2010, 7:58 AM
Well i bought myself the whole season's metal collector's case this christmas and i've enjoyed it as much as Spectacular Spider-man. I've actually enjoyed it MORE than the 90ies cartoon. Not a million times more but a bit more. It's just fresher than the original. It takes a few different turns but manages to stick close enough to the original stories. Can't wait for season 2 and i hope they put out another metal collector's case ;)

I just saw Ironman Armored Adventures for sale but it was only the blasted ist "volume" of the first season. WHY THE [frick] MUST MARVEL ALWAYS DO THAT?!?!?!?!?! Can't you just put out the whole damn season in one case?!?!?!? Now i have to look at it everytime i go to the store to see if the whole season's out yet :((
DarkWebs - 1/29/2010, 9:20 AM
I have yet to finish the 1st season I am only 12 episodes in. I think it kicked ass
TheMyth - 1/29/2010, 6:33 PM
I love this series and hope it goes on forever! I understand your paradox in attempting to compare it to the 90's TAS, nobody can beat that voice for Beast, but I see them as being from 2 entirely different generations. Thus, I can't begin to say one is better than the other. This series has me every bit as enthralled as the TAS did on Saturday morning. I like the spin they put on the stories, and while making no pretense that they are attempting to make a direct adaptation. They give enough familiarity to make me feel comfortable, while adding twists in the appropriate areas to maintain my interest. I actually like the role reversal of Cyke and Wolvie. I see it as a "What If..." scenario, and I love it. I even like how Gambit has been spun, though I sorely hope he eventually joins the team. If that is the plan, then I couldn't approve more of the development of his 'badass' image right now. I want to see how this Age of Apocalypse will be treated. Maybe they will give Gambit the appropriate role in that future, which I have no reason to think they wouldn't, as the AoA Sinister and Cyke looked spot on. Maybe at the end of season 2 Bishop will end up with the present day X-Men somehow. Anyway, it's a very fun series, I love it and can't get enough.

Shaman, I don't like the Spectacular Spiderman show. Too cartoony, waaaay too cartoony. Almost funny pages cartoony, and it drives me insane. Ironman adventures isn't bad though, not great, but not bad. The theme song h grown on me and the action and animation isn't too bad.
Roscoe182 - 1/30/2010, 10:34 AM
i cant help it its anoying me now that i am compareng it but i have to say after watching more of it last nite an to day well its pretty damm good i cant wait for season 2 but i really liike how they have done old storylines like days of future past with bishop an prof x.. but id like to see more of gambit as he is my fav x-men and colossus.

i try to avoid the spidy cartoons now il watch pretty much any cartoon cus i love um but its just to kidy for me to get in to ...


Thnx for reading guys .
Shaman - 2/1/2010, 1:49 PM
TheMyth- I understand your point of vue ;) But for some reason, i almost prefer my Spider-Man to be cartoony. It feels light hearted and i like that. It wouldn't fit every hero though. But to each's own ;)
wadepool - 3/5/2010, 2:41 PM
does anyone have wolverine and the xmen season 2 character pics?

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