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Wolverine and the X-Men Animated Series

Tour Wolverine and the X-Men's Mansion

Take a look at behind the scenes concept art for the X-Men's headquarters in 'Wolverine and the X-Men'

Relive the full experience of Wolverine's quest to save the future with "Wolverine and the X-Men: The Complete Series" on DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday, October 12. With the X-Men disbanded, Wolverine is given a dark portent of things to come. Now the most legendary of all X-Men must bring the team back together, leading them on their ultimate mission: to protect mutantkind, to uphold Xavier's dream of equality, and to prevent the world's very destruction. "Wolverine and the X-Men: The Complete Series" contains all 26 episodes from the hit show, and is yours to bring home on October 12!


Final color art for the Xavier Institute from "Wolverine and the X-Men"

"Wolverine and the X-Men" began with a blast...specifically, a blast that demolished the Xavier Institute as the X-Men knew it, leaving its founder, Professor X, apparently dead.

Before the show's creators could tear the X-Men's world apart, though, they had to build it up in meticulous detail. Now, with "Wolverine and the X-Men: The Complete Series" set to hit DVD and Blu-ray on October 12, we give you a peek behind the curtain at a gallery of concept art used during the show's development.

Feast your eyes on early designs for the Xavier Institute, and come back tomorrow for even more behind the scenes goodness as we countdown to the release of "Wolverine and the X-Men: The Complete Series!"


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      Zekk_Jedi member

      Okay, airboy1620 lets put it another way: we greatly enjoyed this show as well as many other Marvel products, while we'd be happy to see this show somehow return we know it probably won't happen. We did hear that some of the next season was being made before the cancellation and we wonder if they might be releasing it direct to dvd. Aside from such hopes we, as grateful consumers of marvel products as well as, yes, some DC (though personally I enjoy Marvel's stuff more) would like to mention that we enjoyed this show and think marvel definitely did a good job in all aspects of it; we would like to see similar quality shows in the future.For myself Personally I am hoping that shows like this being dropped and more "kiddie" (sorry folks) shows continuing or starting, is not a trend, but just the way it is now. AlannasPryde: no I'm not so surprised either, especially in recent years many shows in all strata of american entertainment have been getting axed quite rapidly. On a related anime note I was happy to see all of FMA: Brotherhood [subbed] (another surprisingly long running show) up on hulu.


      @Zekk_Jedi and @lasereye21 It doesn't surprise me to much. I watch a lot of Japanese anime and USUALLY their series run between 26-52 or 54 episodes. I like that better because you don't have the often changing of voices that you get here in America (I HATE that), it is rare for it to run longer like it does in Dragon Ball or Sailor Moon, but we don't have as dedicated voice actors here as they do in Japan. In Japan if it does run longer you have the same voice through out the series. I've notice here if it runs longer than a season or two the voice actors change. So running between 26 and 52 or 24 episodes is preferable.


      @Zekk_Jedi and lasereye21: I haven't heard this much crying and whining since I was in daycare. If you both have such strong dissatisfaction with the way that Marvel does things, then feel free to go elsewhere. I'm sure a company that rhymes with DeeCee could use some good crybaby antics on their site. Sour apples have no place in a fan base. And unless you can match or beat what Marvel does on a daily basis - you know, by starting up your very own comic book conglomerate - you really don't have any business in telling them what they do or do not "owe you." If you buy their titles and watch their shows, you're doing what you want to do, doing something that entertains you. You are, by no means, putting down payments on future projects that you alone might enjoy. But hey, stranger things have happened. When you're both filthy rich and running your own comic businesses, I'll come to your sites and whine and moan and cry that your companies aren't doing little things the way that I would like them to be done. Just a little something to look forward to :)

      Zekk_Jedi member

      I agree completely lasereye21, it's also irritatingly suspicious that the vague 'financial/legal reasons' for this show's cancellation came right after disney started running things


      words cannot do justice to how disappointed I am that we never get to see a second season of this phenomenal x-men series. Marvel owes us, at the very least, a direct to dvd "age of apocalypse" feature. On that note why do we have to wait until next summer for the next direct to DVD marvel animated feature. The other guys (you know, rhymes with DeeCee) release three each year, and they are quite quality. (It's really the best thing they have going for them.)