“You didn’t see that coming?”
We look back at ‘X-Men: The Animated Series’ and celebrate its audacity.
By Meg Shields
There’s a team of video essayists dissecting their favorite scenes from the X-Men films. Here’s one of our favorites: a video on why the attack on Division X scene from ‘X-Men: First Class’ exemplifies the “warm house” archetype.
After years in stasis, ‘The New Mutants’ is free from its post-production limbo as well as those pesky other superheroes we dare not name.
Finally, after more than a decade, audiences could say the “Dark Phoenix” storyline was over, or so we thought.
As we approach the end of Fox’s tenure in charge of the X-Men, it seems like a good time to take a look back at how they have addressed continuity over 12 films and almost two decades.
Because who didn’t want to live at fancy superhero boarding school back in the day?
By Anna Swanson
By sacrificing style for the sake of safety, the X-Men film series ends with a whimper.
The era of the 20th Century Fox-men (sorry, not sorry) is over. Celebrate as you see fit.