The first look at the X-Men ’97 Animated Series, featuring a new Magneto, was revealed at Marvel’s Comic Con animation panel.
San Diego Comic Con 2022 was filled with nostalgia with the first look at the X-Men ’97 animated series, which continues the beloved 1992 take on the mutants. And included a redesign for Magneto, who will now be the lead. of the mutants.
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X-Men ’97 takes its name from the series X-Men: The Animated Series, which originally aired on Fox from 1992 to 1997 and ran for 76 episodes.
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The original voices return in X-Men ’97
Original voice actors Cal Dodd (Wolverine), Lenore Zann (Rogue), George Buza (Beast), Adrian Hough (Cannonball), Christopher Britton (Mister Sinister), Catherine Disher (Jean Grey), Chris Potter (Gambit), and Alison Sealy-Smith (Storm) will reprise their roles. Alyson Court, who originally played Jubilee, will also return, but as a different character, to have an Asian voice actress voice Jubilee’s character.
“What an amazing first step in re-introducing audiences to the X-Men with a look at one of the pinnacle eras of X-Men comics, which was the 1990s. That iconic style that has its roots in Chris Claremont, and is celebrated in Jim Lee, and then again in ‘The Animated Series’” commented Brad Winderbaum, head of broadcast, television and animation at Marvel Studios.
“Everyone making X-Men 97, from top to bottom, is a fan. In this project, instinctively, we knew exactly what it was about. To take this series forward and pick up that baton, and not just keep running at the same pace, but really rise up. that’s the responsibility”, declared Dana Vasquez-Eberhardt, vice president of animation at Marvel Studios.
The animated return of the Mutants with X-Men 97 will arrive on digital platforms in 2023.
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The Days of Future Past return to SMASH and Marvel Comics Mexico
For years, the X-Men have fought to avoid a nightmarish future in which Sentinels herd mutants into concentration camps—or annihilate them on sight. But no matter what they do, that future is getting closer.
Now the classic stories featuring this alternate dystopian timeline are collected in one big volume! Kate Pryde desperately travels through time to prevent Senator Kelly’s assassination so she can save the entire mutant race.
SMASH and Marvel Comics Mexico brings us X-Men: Days of Future Past, one of the classics of the Marvel Universe, authored by Chris Claremont and John Byrne, compiled in a Deluxe Uncanny X-Men (1980) #138- volume. 143 and Uncanny X-Men King-Size Annual (1980) #4
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