X-Men: the Animated Series
Where the X-Men movies have failed, a revived X-Men: The Animated Series could find astonishing success.
Is it possible Hollywood superstars and multi-million dollar budgets can't compete with a '90s cartoon series?
An X-Men: The Animated Series revival could be in the works, as the creative team plans to approach Disney with a pitch.
How did X-Men: The Animated Series shock fans both old and new? And which two X-villains were named after jokes on the page margins?
X-Men: The Animated Series' Dark Phoenix Saga might be known chiefly for a meme, but there's actually a lot going on here.
What is the absolute last story fans expected to see adapted on X-Men: The Animated Series?
The '90s cartoon introduced the X-Men to a whole new generation of Marvel fans - but who was the best superhero?
Why wasn't Rogue present for the animated Phoenix's origin, and what does the Phoenix story owe to the Fantastic Four's debut?
Every era of the X-Men was fair game for the animated series, even if audiences were sometimes confused.
Days of Future Past wasn't an easy fit for Saturday morning, so how does the adaptation hold up today?
Did the animated adaptation of the Morlocks' debut live up to its inspiration? Are '90s kids still waiting for Logan and Jean's hook-up?
You're likely to remember most, if not all of these classic superhero cartoons fondly. Let's take a look at how successful they actually were.
As we live in the age of everything superheroes, we look back at all the cartoons that we wish were still on and those we never want to see again.
Why, exactly, couldn't Chicago's favorite teenage mutant ever appear on the hit animated X-Men adaptation?
X-Men: The Animated Series' greatest design inspiration was clearly Jim Lee - so why did Marvel ask the producers to drop the look?
X-Men: The Animated Series was a cultural milestone for a generation of X-Men fans. It has also led to a pile of awesome memes!