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X-Men: Evolution | Marvel Database This page contains a list of all episodes in the television series X Men Evolution Unxpected Changes If you have found an episode that is not seen on this page please add it to this list as well as the appropriate Seasons list if applicable Episodes Season 1 Strategy X The X Impulse Rogue Recruit Mutant Crush Speed & Spyke Middleverse Turn of the Rogue Spykecam Survival of the Fittest Shadowed Past Grim Reminder The Cauldron Part I The Cauldron Part II Season 2 Growing Pains Power Surge Bada Bing Bada Boom Fun and Games The Beast of Bayville Adrift On Angels Wings African Storm Joyride A Walk on the Wild Side Operation Rebirth Mindbender Shadowdance Retreat Hex Factor Day of Reckoning Part I Day of Reckoning Part II Season 3 Day of Recovery Stuff of Heroes Mainsteam Stuff of Villains Blind Alley XTreme Measures The Toad Witch and Wardrobe Self Possessed Under Lock and Key Cruise Control X23 Dark Horizon Part I Dark Horizon Part II Season 4 Impact No Good Deed Target X Sins of the Son Uprising Cajun Spice Ghost of a Chance Ascension Part I Ascension Part II XMen Evolution is an American animated television series about the Marvel Comics superhero team XMen In this iteration some of the characters are teenagers rather than adults The series ran for a total of four seasons 52 episodes from November 2000 until October 2003 on Kids WB even though Warner Bros owns Marvel competitor DC Comics The story is set in an alternate Marvel Universe Plot outline Season One The first season introduced us to the core characters and laid the foundations for future storylines Cyclops Professor X Wolverine Storm and Jean Grey made up the original XMen As the season developed the ranks of the XMen were bolstered by the appearance of Nightcrawler in the first episode Shadowcat in the second Rogue in the third and Spyke in the fifth In the thirteen episodes of this season Nightcrawler discovered the identity of his birth mother Wolverine found answers to his past Rogue switched sides to join the XMen and Xaviers stepbrother Juggernaut is released from his prison Confrontations were typically with the Brotherhood who vied for new recruits with the XMen over the course of the season Toad was the first to be introduced followed by Avalanche Blob and Quicksilver The Brotherhood apparently led by Mystique were in fact being directed by a higher power the identity of whom was revealed in the twopart season finale as being Magneto After Cyclops discovered that his brother Alex survived the plane crash that killed their parents they were both taken by Magneto into his sanctuary on Asteroid M Magneto captured several XMen and Brotherhood members in an attempt to amplify their mutant abilities and remove their emotions Asteroid M was destroyed by Scott and Alex Summers but not before two unidentified metal objects flew from the exploding rock Season Two The second season saw the addition of several new mutants including the Beast During the course of the season it was revealed that the villains who supposedly perished on Asteroid M were in fact alive Sabretooth meanwhile continued his pursuit of Wolverine while Magneto continued to work his own agenda Mystique posed as Risty Wilde a high school student at Bayville High who befriends Rogue and broke into the mansion stealing Xaviers Cerebro files Using the files she recovered Wanda Maximoff the Scarlet Witch Magnetos daughter and Quicksilvers twin sister The mentally unstable ubermutant joined the Brotherhood upon Mystiques return allowing them to defeat the XMen in a battle at the Bayville mall Before the finale a pivotal episode aired featuring the telepath Mesmero opening one of three doors that would unleash a mutant known as Apocalypse In the season finale Xavier rigorously trained his XMen to face Magneto pairing them with the Brotherhood Cyclops furious with having to work with his former adversaries left the team The mansion was later set to selfdestruct with Cyclops and several students still inside Magneto meanwhile recruited Sabretooth Gambit Pyro and Colossus as his Acolytes to fight the XMenBrotherhood team At the same time Wolverine was captured by Bolivar Trask for use as a test subject for the antimutant weapon the Sentinel The Sentinel was unleashed onto the city forcing the XMen to use their powers in public Wanda tracked down Magneto and attempted to crush him with the Sentinel When the mutants who hadnt been captured by the Sentinel returned to the remains of the mansion Cyclops and the students emerged from the explosion unharmed Scott threw Xavier from his wheelchair and blamed him for blowing up the mansion Xavier calmly stood up transforming into Mystique Season Three After the battle with the Sentinel the mutant race was no longer a secret The public reaction was one of hostility As the season progressed the real Xavier was found Mystique defeated the mansion rebuilt and the XMen allowed back into Bayville High Wanda continued to search for Magneto who was saved by his son Quicksilver at the last minute until Magneto used the telepathic mutant Mastermind to change her childhood memories Scott and Jean forged a deeper relationship while the romance between Shadowcat and the Brotherhood member Avalanche ended Also Spyke left the XMen when his power became uncontrollable deciding to live with the sewerdwelling deformities the Morlocks As part of the series arc Rogue loses control of her powers leading to her hospitalization During that time she learned she was the adoptive daughter of Mystique Mystique through the visions of the mutant Destiny foresaw that the fate of Rogue and herself lied in the hands of an ancient mutant that would be resurrected The return of the longawaited Apocalypse saga emerged in the seasons final episodes Mesmero manipulated Magneto into opening the second door and used Mystique and Rogue to open the last turning Mystique to stone in the process Now released Apocalypse easily defeated the combined strength of the XMen Magneto the Acolytes and the Brotherhood before escaping Season Four The final and darker season contained only nine episodes In the season premiere Apocalypse killed Magneto while Rogue murdered Mystique by pushing her petrified figure off a cliff leaving her distraught son Nightcrawler without closure The Brotherhood became temporary dogooders Wolverines teenage girl clone X23 returned Spyke and the Morlocks rose to the surface Shadowcat discovered a mutant ghost Rogue was kidnapped by Gambit and taken to Louisiana to help free his father and Xavier attempted to defeat his evil son In the finale Apocalypse defeated Xavier and Storm transforming them along with Magneto and Mystique as his Four Horsemen Apocalypse instructed his Horsemen to protect his four domes which would turn the entire world population into mutants In the final battle the Horsemen were returned to normal and Apocalypse was once again entombed Rogue and Nightcrawler refused the excuses of their mother Shadowcat and Avalanche found love once again and Xavier saw his students reunited as the XMen Final Moments The series ends with a speech by Charles Xavier who had caught a glimpse of the future while being controlled by Apocalypse Boyd Kirkland confirmed that the unproduced Season 5 would have expanded on several of these plot threads with Dark Phoenix being the seasons main villain 1 The following future scenarios were foreseen Antimutant sentiment continues The Sentinels attack led by a Super Sentinel hinted to be Nimrod A reformed Magneto becomes the teacher of the New Mutants Jean Grey becomes possessed by the Phoenix Force and turns into the Phoenix NOTE its unknown whether the Phoenix would have been a cosmic entity or a part of Jeans mind similar to the movies The future XMen team consisting of adult versions of Cyclops X23 Iceman Nightcrawler Beast Shadowcat Rogue able to fly and curiously not wearing gloves plus Storm and Colossus The uniforms these future XMen wear look very much like the dark uniforms in the Ultimate XMen comic Only X23 who had a dark uniform from the start looks the same The last scene shows the entire cast which includes the XMen the New Mutants Gambit and Colossus former Acolytes the previously unaligned Boom Boom Havok Angel and X23 along with the return of Jubilee Spyke and Wolfsbane The Brotherhood and Pyro join S H I E L D Comic book spinoffs In January 2002 Marvel Comics began publishing an XMen Evolution Comic partially based on the show Written by Devin Grayson with art by Studio XD it was abruptly canceled after the ninth issue due to low sales The comic introduced the Evolution version of the Morlocks before they appeared on the show and their appearances and motivations were radically different in both versions An ongoing plot line would have introduced an Evolution version of Mr Sinister but the comic was canceled before it could be resolved However the cover of the unreleased issue 10 does reveal his intended character design 1 Evolution characters in the comics and films X23 an original character introduced in later seasons made her comic book debut in the miniseries NYX where her appearance was slightly altered to more closely resemble Wolverine She received a selftitled comic series in 2005 Much like Harley Quinn of Batman The Animated Series or Marvels own Firestar of SpiderMan and His Amazing Friends she was a character originally created for an animated series that was incorporated into comic book canon The comic book XStatix featured an AfricanAmerican mutant with the same codename and abilities as Spyke however this other Spike was not related to Storm had a very different personality modeled after popular gangsta rappers and is generally interpreted to be a completely separate character Another similar character appeared in XMen The Last Stand as a member of the Brotherhood of Mutants He is listed as Spike in the credits Awards and nominations XMen Evolution won the award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Live Action and Animation at the 30th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards on May 16 2003 2 It also won the Cover of the Year Award in 2004 for best animated figure for Beast It was nominated for several Golden Reel awards as well as other Emmys Steven E Gordon the director of this show was nominated for the for Production Design in an Animated Television Production for XMen Evolution at the 2001 Annie Awards Distributors United States Kids WB Cartoon Network Disney Channel Australia Nine Network Canada YTV China Cartoon Network Germany Kabel 1 Greece Star Tv Italy Italia 1 India Cartoon Network Latin America Cartoon Network Philippines Cartoon Network Poland Cartoon Network Romania Cartoon Network Scandinavia Cartoon Network Turkey Digiturk JoJo United Kingdom CNX Toonami Belgium VTM Mexico Cartoon Network Comparison with original comics The XMen Evolution series was targeted at a younger audience and portrays Cyclops Jean Grey Nightcrawler Rogue and Shadowcat from the original comic book series as well as Spyke a new character created for the series These characters are shown as teenagers attending regular high school in addition to the Xavier Institute At the latter Professor X Storm Wolverine and later Beast were their teachers The first season mainly concerned the characters conflict with Magnetos Brotherhood of Mutants X Men Evolution Unxpected Changes Later seasons predominantly featured Apocalypse as an adversary and introduced versions of the New Mutants and Magnetos Acolytes XMen Evolution is set in the generic city of Bayville rather than Salem Center though both exist in New York State and a school bus shown in one episode is from the Westchester School District Furthermore in the early part of the series until the end of season 2 most people are unaware of the existence of mutants It is also important to note that the Brotherhood team is not known as the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants within the context of this series They are not a team of terrorists or mutant supremacists Instead the Brotherhood is made up of misfit mutants who often oppose the XMen in physical social and philosophical realms The series revealed a detailed knowledge of canon history in a number of small ways Examples include the evolution of Cerebro from a console device Shadowcats initial uneasiness around Nightcrawler and Forges scientific arrogance along with his devices causing unintended consequences In Day of Recovery Toad is seen to be quite comfortable with technology and in Operation Rebirth the POW camp Magneto is held in as a child is visually similar in the opening shot to Auschwitz though it is not identified Characters XMen Instructors       Charles Xavier       WolverineLogan       StormOroro Munroe       BeastHank McCoy XMen       CyclopsScott Summers       Jean Grey       NightcrawlerKurt Wagner       Rogue       ShadowcatKitty Pryde       SpykeEvan Daniels New Mutants       BerzerkerRay Crisp       JubileeJubilation Lee       CannonballSamuel Guthrie       IcemanBobby Drake       MagmaAmara Aquilla       MultipleJamie Madrox       SunspotRoberto Da Costa       WolfsbaneRahne Sinclair Brotherhood       MystiqueRaven Darkholme       AvalancheLance Alvers       BlobFred Dukes       QuicksilverPietro Maximoff       Scarlet WitchWanda Maximoff       ToadTodd Tolensky       Boom BoomTabitha Smith Acolytes       MagnetoErik Magnus Lehnsherr       ColossusPiotr Rasputin       GambitRemy LeBeau       Pyro       SabretoothVictor Creed Morlocks       Callisto       Caliban       Cybelle       Facade       Lucid       Torpid       Scaleface       Sunder Unaffiliated Mutants Good       AngelWarren Worthington III       Forge       HavokAlex Masters Alex Summers       Danielle Moonstar       Dorian Leech Neutral       X23       DestinyIrene Adler Bad       ApocalypseEn Sabah Nur       JuggernautCain Marko       David Haller       Mesmero       Mastermind Unaffiliated Humans Good       Amanda Sefton       Mr and Mrs Sefton       Captain AmericaSteve Rogers       Nick Fury       Paul       Taryn Fujioka       Vivian Munroe       Mr Daniels Neutral       Agatha Harkness       ArcadeWebber Torque       Duncan Matthews       Edward Kelly       Risty Wilde Bad       Bolivar Trask       Hungan       Sentinel HYDRA Good       Dr Deborah Risman Bad       Gauntlet       Omega Red       Viper Music XMen Evolution featured several songs that were produced exclusively for the show Im Only a Girl The Sirens Theme in Walk on the Wild Side TOAD Toads Theme in The Toad the Witch and the Wardrobe Who Am I Now Rogues Theme in Rogue Recruit Wolverine Wolverines Theme in a promotional video Evolution Theme Theme Song in the start of the show Several characters also had distinct musical cues including Avalanche Mystique Storm Gambit and Magneto Production notes The writers of the show have admitted that they were fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Using Shadowcat as the catalyst the two shows appear similar a teenage girl with superpowers fights powerful villains in order to save her high school Buffy and Shadowcat share similar opposition first with the school principal and then the Mayor 3 Ironically Buffy creator Joss Whedon has admitted that his inspiration for Buffy was Kitty Pryde 4 One of the main points of the new XMen Evolution concept was the design of the new costumes Early concept art sketches show the XMen in classic goldandblack garb In these drafts Spyke wears cornrows Rogues outfit exposes her midriff and Jean Greys costume is the female version of Cyclops costume Both Jean Grey and Shadowcat wear face masks and Kitty is also wearing an orange miniskirt and Doc Martens over spandex Early Storm drawings shows her wearing white rather than black 2 Also notable was the inclusion of an original character who had to be male and black In preproduction he was called Armadillo later changed to Spyke 5 A point of controversy was the design of the blueskinned villain Mystique Steven E Gordon the character designer and director of various episodes was never impressed with the Mystique designs for the first season Mystique was originally to be presented as nude as in the films but Warner Brothers didnt want this included in a Kids WB production 6 However a short scene of Mystique drawn to resemble her film counterpart albeit clothed appears in the Season 1 finale Gordon stopped directing after two seasons but continued to design characters for the show He is most satisfied with the designs of Rogue and Wanda 6 The show also contained some references to other mediums the RogueKitty dance in Spykecam was modeled after a similar dance in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode Bad Girls3 and the dance Boom Boom does in the episode A Walk on the Wild Side seen as Rogue approaches the balcony railing was mimicked from Jessica Albas dance in Never Been Kissed 7 The play used in the first season episode SpykeCam Dracula The Musical is a real play The song used however is an original song made for the episode Starting with the first episode of Season 4 Impact the episode title was no longer aired onscreen at the beginning of the show and XMen Evolution became the third longestrunning Marvel cartoon behind SpiderMan The Animated Series 5 seasons 65 episodes and XMen The Animated Series 5 seasons 76 episodes Boyd Kirkland the shows producer says his favorite XMen Evolution season is Season 3 8 Marvel references and cameos XMen Evolution weaves a lot of references and cameos into its show One of the masks worn by the vandals in the Season 3 episode Mainstream bears a suitable resemblance to the classic Marvel Comics monster Fin Fang Foom In the Season 3 episode Under Lock and Key the five XMen that went to find the other half of the spider Beast Angel Jean Grey Cyclops and Iceman are a reference to the original XMen that consisted of those five members 9 In the Season 3 episode Dark Horizons Part 2 Nightcrawler Colossus and Shadowcat are grouped together when the XMen and the Acolytes are separated This is a reference to the Europebased superhero team Excalibur which included all three mutants in its roster 7 Captain America and Nick Fury are the only nonmutant Marvel superheroes to appear on Evolution There is also however a small Iron Man reference in the episode On Angels Wings when a sign reading Stark Enterprises is seen during an exterior shot of New York City and a small SpiderMan reference when Angel was reading the Daily Bugle the newspaper where Peter ParkerSpiderMan normally take pictures for In addition Omega Red mentions Maverick and Kestrel in the episode Target X referring to the latter as Wraith At the beginning of the final scene at the swimming pool and as the Professor speaks just before the credits in the Season 1 episode Speed and Spyke the first few notes of background music are taken from the theme tune of the older Fox XMen animated series Merchandise XMen Evolution had its own line of merchandise but lack of sales forced Marvel to cut back on production Toy Biz created a line of action figures which included Wolverine Nightcrawler Cyclops Storm Sabretooth Toad Spyke Magneto Juggernaut and Blob Hard Hero also released maquettes of Storm Professor X Juggernaut Magneto Wolverine Colossus Cyclops and the XMen Evolution design of Captain America Taco Bell ran the first XMen Evolution themed promotion with its Kids Meals Burger King also ran a Kids Meal promotion which included XMen Evolution toys Each toy included a minidisc with games screensavers and a minicomic related to the character The lineup included Rogue Mystique Cyclops Wolverine Magneto Quicksilver Nightcrawler and Toad DVD releases Season 1 XMen Evolution Collection collects the following four DVDs UnXpected Changes Strategy X The X Impulse Rogue Recruit Xplosive Days Mutant Crush Speed and Spyke Middleverse X Marks The Spot Turn of the Rogue SpykeCam Survival of the Fittest Xposing The Truth Shadowed Past Grim Reminder The Cauldron Parts 1 & 2 Season 2 Mutant Rising Growing Pains Badda Bing Badda Boom Power Surge Fun and Games Powers Revealed The Beast of Bayville Adrift On Angels Wings African Storm Enemies Unveiled Joy Ride Walk on the Wild Side Operation Rebirth Mindbender Mystiques Revenge Shadow Dance Retreat The Hex Factor Day of Reckoning Parts 1 & 2 Season 3 TwoDisc DVD Set The Day of Recovery The Stuff of Heroes Mainstream The Stuff of Villains Blind Alley XTreme Measures The Toad the Witch and the Wardrobe Self Possessed Under Lock and Key Cruise Control X23 Dark Horizon Parts 1 & 2 External links Toon Zones XMen Evolution website XMen Evolution at the Big Cartoon DataBase TV com XMen Evolution episode list XMen Beyond Evolution hosted by Toon Zone XMen Evolution Page run by Kataclysm with screenshots for each episode and custom avatars The Art of Steven E Gordon Drawing tutorials and character design studies for many of the most popular XMen Evolution characters provided by the former director and character designer of the series References ↑ xmenevol10 jpg Issue 10 cover at universohq com ↑ Awards for XMen Evolution at the IMDb ↑ 3 03 1httpxmen toonzone netqaboyd php ↑ httpwww ugo comchannelscomicsfeaturesjosswhedondefault asp ↑ httpforums toonzone netshowpost phpp=972044&postcount=10 ↑ 6 06 1httpmarvel toonzone netxmenevointerviewsgordon ↑ 7 07 1httpimdb comtitlett0247827trivia ↑ httpmarvel toonzone netxmenevointerviewsboyd ↑ httpforums toonzone netarchiveindex phpt57995 html