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I have to say, ever since young, I've been watching X Men. When Mutant X came on, I thought that it was probably just a copy of X Men, but it wouldn't hurt to give it a chance.
And I'm glad I gave it a chance.
Mutant X, I say, has a great storyline, and the characters, I must say, are pretty much perfect. I myself have only watched 5/6 of the episodes, but I know that I can safely say that Mutant X is NOT a mere copy of X Men. I've introduced this series to others, and all of them, every single one of them agreed that it is a good series, and it was very upsetting when they canceled the fourth season, we all looked forward to it.
For those who have said that MX was a terribly series... Something must be wrong with you. I have no idea how you can say that MX was terrible, it was great, an excellent series that is a must watch.
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