X-Men, Volume Five on DVD

x-men season 5 DVD

The original tales of Marvel comic books come to life in Volume 5 of the X-men collection. Relive the action of the popular animated series in this collectible compilation of the X-men adventures. The X-men must turn to their arch-nemesis, Magneto, in an effort to save the life of Professor Xavier! Watch the action unfold in the final episode, “Graduation Day, “ and don’t miss a moment of X-men excitement in this 2-disc set, complete with 14 riveting episodes. Complete your X-men collection with this must-own final installment of this great animated series.

X-men stars voice talents Iona Morris (Law and Order, Spider-man, Fantastic Four, The Wayans Bros), Lenore Zann (Law and Order, Dragon Tales) and Alison Seasly-Smith (Honey, Degrassi: The Next Generation, M.V.P: The Secret Lives of Hockey Wives) and is executive produced by Stan Lee (Spider-Man, Iron Man, The Fantastic Four, The Ultimate Avengers II), Scott Thomas (Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles) and Will Meugniot(Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, X-Men: Evolution, Silver Surfer).

Sometime fans are left waiting for what seems like an impossibly long period of time while a studio slowly releases cartoons on DVD. I am very happy that Disney put the X-men animated series on the fast track. Unlike the Iron Man Animated Series from around the same period, I found the X-men much more “believable”, even when it strayed from canon. The DVD contains all 13 episodes from the 5th season and an episode from the 3rd that had not been released. This means that ALL episodes are now available. As a Captain America fan, I happy to see the Wolverine flashback episode “Old Soldiers” once again. I had this on VHS for the longest time before the tape just broke from over-watching.

You know you love the X-men…So why not drop by Amazon and pick up a copy of the X-Men, Volume Five (Marvel DVD Comic Book Collection).

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