Xposing the Truth
Children of the atom, born with powers that make them stronger, faster... different.
As students of Professor Charles Xavier, they must learn to harness their super-human abilities and fit into the world around them as they continue their evolution into... THE X-MEN!
When Rogue's chilling nightmares offer a glimpse into Nightcrawler's mutant past, Nightcrawler risks it all- even his friendships with the X-men- to search for the truth.
A suppressed memory haunts Wolverine, leading him to the twisted man who transformed him into a mutant... and to a battle of wills that could cost Wolverine his life.
The Cauldron Pts. 1 & 2:
The battle begins when Magneto pits mutants against mutants in a plot to determine the most powerful mutant abilities. Housed on Asteroid M, Magneto intends to help the victors realize their full potentials, then unite them to take over the world... and only the X-Men can stop him! But when Cyclops' long-lost brother emerges on Magneto's side, Cyclops must make a fateful choice between the only link to his past or his future friendships with the X-men.
Xtra Special Features:
- Episode Introductions with producer Boyd Kirkland, executive story editor Greg Johnson and directors
- The X-men Unmasked
- X-men: Evolution Trailer
- Interactive Menus
- Languages & Subtitles: English, Francais & Espanol
Episode Introductions ||
Definitely a nice special feature! The reveiw for Shadowed Past
touches on how the creators were trying to give their villians- as well as the heros- more than just a single flat dimention, which, considerign that it was a childrens TV show, is ALWAYS appreciated. The other intros are just as good. I'm glad they took the time to put together this feature for all the episodes.
X-Men Unmasked ||
On this disk, we're treated to several interviews with the Voice Actors of some of our favourite Evo characters. It truely is interesting, I think, to get to see the actual faces of the people making these voices. Some of them seem pretty amuseing in their own right. My only dissapointment is that we didn't get to meet MORE of them. I would have loved to see ALL of the cast on this disk, but still- I'm happy with what's given.
Interactive Menus ||
... This isn't a special feature any more than "Turnable Pages" are a special feature in a book. I'm not saying they don't look nice. I just don't really consider it a special feature. 9_9
X-men: Evoultion Trailer ||
Not the most facinating sepecial feature. Well put together, but in the end, it's just an add to buy the other DVDs. Whiiiich you should really be buying ANYWAY... right?
Flimsy, to say the least. Also, rather unsurprisingly, the language used on the box is a little laughable. But the actual design's not bad, and if it gets my my Evo DVDs, I'm not gonna complain.
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