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X-Men: Evolution 

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This rendition of X-Men features Cyclops, Jean Grey, Rogue, Nightcrawler, Shadowcat and Spike as teenagers as they fight for a world that fears and hates them.
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Complete series cast summary:
Kirby Morrow ...  Cyclops / ... 51 episodes, 2000-2003
Venus Terzo ...  Jean Grey / ... 50 episodes, 2000-2003
David Kaye ...  Professor Charles Xavier / ... 47 episodes, 2000-2003
Brad Swaile ...  Kurt Wagner / ... 47 episodes, 2000-2003
Maggie Blue O'Hara ...  Kitty Pryde / ... 44 episodes, 2000-2003
Scott McNeil ...  Logan / ... 41 episodes, 2000-2003
Meghan Black ...  Rogue 36 episodes, 2000-2003
Kirsten Alter ...  Ororo Munroe / ... 32 episodes, 2000-2003
Neil Denis Neil Denis ...  Evan Daniels / ... 29 episodes, 2000-2003
Noel Fisher ...  Toad / ... 25 episodes, 2000-2003
Christopher Gray Christopher Gray ...  Avalanche / ... 22 episodes, 2000-2003
Michael Dobson ...  Blob / ... 22 episodes, 2000-2003
Andrew Francis ...  Iceman / ... 22 episodes, 2001-2003
Michael Kopsa ...  Beast / ... 22 episodes, 2001-2003


Professor Charles Francis Xavier, who has the mutant ability to read minds, searches for new mutants to train them how to use their powers for good and to prevent the mutants from harming themselves and others at his School for Gifted Youngsters. His opposition, Magneto "Master of Magnetism", is doing the same thing, but for evil purposes. He has made Mystique who is a shape-shifter, a principle of his high school to gather evil mutants to prepare them for war against non-mutants. The most interesting plot of the story is that all the heroes and villains attend the same high school. The classic battle of good vs. evil has begun again. Written by Emmett Dweh <edweh@clam.rutgers.edu>

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Powr8 is a copy of the real drink Powerade (episode 3.06 "X-Treme Measures") See more »


When Jean and Kurt leave the mansion, McCoy and Xavier find them at the airport buying tickets to New York City; Bayville is less than an hour by car from the city, around two in bad traffic. There are no flights from anywhere near Bayville to New York City. See more »


Magneto: Welcome to Sanctuary.
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It's a good show.
14 April 2003 | by CrystalStormSee all my reviews

Seeing how many have bashed this show, I decided to give my two-cents in. I had never heard of X-men before Cartoon Network decided to show Evo here in Sweden. Curious, I went on-line to see if it was something. What was explained got me interested, and I started to look up facts on the original comics, particular the first ones. Afterwards I saw Pryde of the X-men, and one of TAS, and accutally decided that I liked Evo better! When it arrived I had no means to see the first episode, or the second as I was away that weekend. But when I did see it, I watched the episode 'Spyke-cam' and decided that I liked the animation. (Rouge's and Kitty's dance went smooth.) Also, I researched about Evan (Spyke.) And found out that he was an Evo-exclusive chara, and stumbled upon an interview with the creator of him. Apparently they wanted Evo to have something unique, so they made Spyke, and from what they says, they didn't know about Marrow. I believe them, because how many X-men/mutants are there in the Marvelverse?! They can't know everything about all of them. Now they also gave the mutants a more likely life.

I mean, if a big institute is opened up in your city and you see almost nothing of those who live there, wouldn't you wonder? That's why it's so good to have the mutants go in a 'normal' school. (How normal it is to have earthquakes without fault-lines, a shape-shifting, blue principal, and prehistoric monsters from another dimension destroying the school dance.) Both Jean and Scott are part of the popular-class people. Pietro is a part of the cute guy-class. Todd is in the, not to be near unless absolutely needed. Kitty is a part of the annoying freshman-class, though she is friend with Jean. Rouge is the loner. (Well until her powers developed.) Kurt is the insecure one. Evan is the joker. And so on, they need to cooperate with the normal teenage problems, be the normal teenager, and handle the evolution of their powers.

One more thing, Logan only came to the institute when the news was talking about strange things in Bayville. When he got there, it's unlikely that he knew that he was gonna be a teacher. But as the student-body where growing in the institute they where in need of more teachers, and Logan's loyalty to the X-men, as well as his friend Chuck(Xavier.) he became the violent, lonesome teacher, that pretends he doesn't like the students, but he wouldn't want them hurt.

I'll give this show 9.5/10.

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