X-Men: The Animated Series (1992-97): What Happened To This Series?

This year Marvel is returning to one of the most beloved cartoons of my childhood with the highly anticipated X-Men’ 97. Of course, I’m talking about X-Men: The Animated Series. It featured a team of outcasts who saved the world daily even though they were scorned by the world. A group of people were born with amazing powers and posed the question “of whether they were the next step in human evolution?” They were called mutants or freaks, but to many, they were called icons or legends. I am, of course, talking about The X-Men. Specifically, the animated series from the 90s was full of action and adventure. But it also taught many children about the dangers of hate and how love and acceptance are what’s needed in the world. The show was massively popular, and its message was applauded. But what’s the story of its origin, and why did it leave us in the first place? Let’s find out in this episode of Gone But Not Forgotten.

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