History WesternAnimation / WolverineAndTheXMen

16th Jul '17 1:04:28 PM Manny20444
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* TruerToTheText: Despite the fact that the series has had some flaws as well as the cases of AdaptationDistillation, AdaptationalHeroism, AdaptationalVillainy, AdaptationalWimp, CompositeCharacter, DemotedToExtra, and NotAsYouKnowThem, ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'' is ''much'' more faithful to the source material than [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution one of it's predecessors]] and [[Film/XMenFilmSeries the live action film series]] combined mainly through the fact that it faithfully adapted storylines from the comics (such as the ''[[ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga The Phoenix Saga]]'', ''[[ComicBook/DaysofFuturePast The Days of Future Past]]'', etc. The series would have adapted the ''[[ComicBook/AgeofApocalypse Age of Apocalypse]]'' storyline if not for its cancellation), used a ''premise'' that was identical to the source material, and portrayed the characters who were inaccurate to their comic incarnations in both ''Evolution'' and the films series as being much more accurate to their comic book incarnations in the terms of their names, powers, physical appearances (as well their costumes), origins, motivations, alignments, and primarily the groups that they were associated with (for example, the characters, such as Magneto, Scarlet Witch, Gambit, etc, in ''WATXM'' were portrayed as being much more faithful to their comic book incarnations than they were portrayed in the films and ''Evolution'').

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* TruerToTheText: Despite the fact that the series has had some flaws as well as the cases of AdaptationDistillation, AdaptationalHeroism, AdaptationalVillainy, AdaptationalWimp, CompositeCharacter, DemotedToExtra, and NotAsYouKnowThem, ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'' is ''much'' more faithful to the source material than [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution one of it's predecessors]] and [[Film/XMenFilmSeries the live action film series]] combined mainly through the fact that it faithfully adapted storylines from the comics (such as the ''[[ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga The Phoenix Saga]]'', ''[[ComicBook/DaysofFuturePast The Days of Future Past]]'', etc. The series would have adapted the ''[[ComicBook/AgeofApocalypse Age of Apocalypse]]'' storyline if not for its cancellation), used a ''premise'' that was identical to the source material, and portrayed the characters who were inaccurate to their comic incarnations counterparts in both ''Evolution'' and the films film series as being much more accurate to their comic book incarnations counterparts in the terms of their names, powers, physical appearances (as well their costumes), origins, motivations, alignments, and primarily the groups that they were associated with (for example, the characters, such as Magneto, Scarlet Witch, Gambit, etc, featured in ''WATXM'' were portrayed as being are much more faithful to their comic book incarnations counterparts than they were portrayed in the films and ''Evolution'').
16th Jul '17 1:02:11 PM Manny20444
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** In fact, the show's faithfulness to the comics is almost identical to how the ''[[WesternAnimation/XMen The X-Men Animated Series]]'' was ''very'' faithful to the comics to the point of which they had to give the additional credit to the original writers of the comics through the episodes.

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** In fact, the show's faithfulness to the comics is almost identical to how the ''[[WesternAnimation/XMen X-Men: The X-Men Animated Series]]'' was ''very'' faithful to the comics to the point of which they had to give the additional credit to the original writers of the comics through the episodes.
16th Jul '17 1:01:03 PM Manny20444
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* TruerToTheText: Despite the flaws that this series had, ''Wolverine and the X-Men'' was still ''much'' more faithful to the source material (in addition to the fact that the series drew from the many of the elements of the ''XMen'' lore) than [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution one of it's predecessors]] and [[Film/XMenFilmSeries the Live Action film series]] combined mainly through the fact that the series faithfully adapted storylines from the comics (such as the ''[[ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga The Phoenix Saga]]'', ''[[ComicBook/DaysofFuturePast The Days of Future Past]]'', etc. The series would have adapted the ''[[ComicBook/AgeofApocalypse Age of Apocalypse]]'' storyline if not for its cancellation), used a ''premise'' that was identical to the source material, and portrayed the characters who were inaccurate to their comic incarnations in both ''Evolution'' and the Films Series as being much more accurate to their comic book incarnations in the terms of their names, powers, physical appearances (as well their costumes), motivations, alignments, and primarily the groups that they were associated with (For example, The characters, such as like Magneto, Scarlet Witch, Gambit, etc, in ''WATXM'' were portrayed as being much more faithful to their comic book incarnations than they were portrayed in the films and ''Evolution'').
** In fact, the shows's faithfulness to the comics was almost identical to how the ''[[WesternAnimation/XMen The X-Men Animated Series]]'' was ''very'' faithful to the comics to the point of which they had to give the additional credit to the original writers of the comic through the episodes.

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* TruerToTheText: Despite the flaws fact that this the series had, ''Wolverine has had some flaws as well as the cases of AdaptationDistillation, AdaptationalHeroism, AdaptationalVillainy, AdaptationalWimp, CompositeCharacter, DemotedToExtra, and the X-Men'' was still NotAsYouKnowThem, ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'' is ''much'' more faithful to the source material (in addition to the fact that the series drew from the many of the elements of the ''XMen'' lore) than [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution one of it's predecessors]] and [[Film/XMenFilmSeries the Live Action live action film series]] combined mainly through the fact that the series it faithfully adapted storylines from the comics (such as the ''[[ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga The Phoenix Saga]]'', ''[[ComicBook/DaysofFuturePast The Days of Future Past]]'', etc. The series would have adapted the ''[[ComicBook/AgeofApocalypse Age of Apocalypse]]'' storyline if not for its cancellation), used a ''premise'' that was identical to the source material, and portrayed the characters who were inaccurate to their comic incarnations in both ''Evolution'' and the Films Series films series as being much more accurate to their comic book incarnations in the terms of their names, powers, physical appearances (as well their costumes), origins, motivations, alignments, and primarily the groups that they were associated with (For (for example, The the characters, such as like Magneto, Scarlet Witch, Gambit, etc, in ''WATXM'' were portrayed as being much more faithful to their comic book incarnations than they were portrayed in the films and ''Evolution'').
** In fact, the shows's show's faithfulness to the comics was is almost identical to how the ''[[WesternAnimation/XMen The X-Men Animated Series]]'' was ''very'' faithful to the comics to the point of which they had to give the additional credit to the original writers of the comic comics through the episodes.
1st Jul '17 12:55:56 AM Manny20444
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* AdaptationalBadass: {{Subverted}}. While in the comics Magneto is a very powerful mutant who has the ability to generate and control magnetic fields, he has had the tendency of having his power decreased in innumerable adaptations (both animated and live action) and is never as powerful as his comic counterpart through being restricted to hurling around girders as well as being unable to resist telepathic attacks for long periods of time without his helmet. In this adaptation, Magneto is just as powerful as his comic book counterpart and possesses more resistance toward telepathic attacks.

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* AdaptationalBadass: {{Subverted}}. While in the comics Magneto is a very powerful mutant who has the ability to generate and control magnetic fields, he has had the tendency of having his power powers decreased in innumerable adaptations (both animated and live action) and is never as powerful as his comic counterpart through being restricted to hurling around girders as well as being unable to resist telepathic attacks for long periods of time without his helmet. In this adaptation, Magneto is just as powerful as his comic book counterpart and possesses more resistance toward telepathic attacks.
1st Jul '17 12:53:08 AM Manny20444
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* AdaptationalBadass: {{Subverted}}. While Magneto is a very powerful mutant who has the ability to generate and control magnetic fields in the comics, he has had the tendency of having his power decreased in innumerable adaptations (both animated and live action) and is never as powerful as his comic counterpart through being restricted to hurling around girders as well as being unable to resist telepathic attacks for long periods of time without his helmet. In this adaptation, Magneto is just as powerful as his comic book counterpart and possesses more resistance toward telepathic attacks.

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* AdaptationalBadass: {{Subverted}}. While in the comics Magneto is a very powerful mutant who has the ability to generate and control magnetic fields in the comics, fields, he has had the tendency of having his power decreased in innumerable adaptations (both animated and live action) and is never as powerful as his comic counterpart through being restricted to hurling around girders as well as being unable to resist telepathic attacks for long periods of time without his helmet. In this adaptation, Magneto is just as powerful as his comic book counterpart and possesses more resistance toward telepathic attacks.
1st Jul '17 12:51:56 AM Manny20444
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* AdaptationalBadass: {{Subverted}}. While Magneto is a very powerful mutant who has the ability to generate and control magnetic fields in the comics, he has had the tendency of having his power decreased in innumerable adaptations (both animated and live action) and is never as powerful as his comic counterpart through being restricted to hurling around girders as well as being unable to resist telepathic attacks for long periods of time without his helmet. In this adaptation, Magneto is just as powerful as his comic book counterpart and possesses more resistance toward telepathic attacks.
1st Jul '17 12:34:33 AM Manny20444
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* MsFanService: Emma Frost, whose costume design has gone completely unchanged from one of her comic looks. And considering how she [[{{Stripperiffic}} usually dresses]]... they [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sure were lucky for being able to do so]].

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* MsFanService: MsFanservice: Emma Frost, whose costume design has gone completely unchanged from one of her comic looks. And considering how she [[{{Stripperiffic}} usually dresses]]... they [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sure were lucky for being able to do so]].so]].
** Scarlet Witch is a very beautiful brunette who wears a skin-tight costume that has a corset.
25th Jun '17 9:06:30 AM Manny20444
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* AdaptationalWimp: This adaptation did this to several characters who, in their portrayal in comics and most adaptations, would not allow Logan to steal the spotlight as completely as he does in this series.

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* AdaptationalWimp: This adaptation did this to several characters who, in their portrayal in comics and most adaptations, would not allow Logan Wolverine to steal the spotlight as completely as he does in this series.



** Cyclops loses all of his leadership quality from the comics and most versions in favor of {{Wangst}}.

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** Cyclops loses all of his leadership quality from the comics and most versions adaptations in favor of {{Wangst}}.
15th Jun '17 1:31:37 PM Manny20444
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** In addition to Creator/SteveBlum as the titular Wolverine and Creator/FredTatascoire as the Hulk, Blum's ''VideoGame/XMenLegends'' co-star Peter Lurie reprises his role as Sabretooth and Creator/KeoneYoung reprises his ''VideoGame/XMenTheOfficialGame'' role as Silver Samurai.

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** In addition to Creator/SteveBlum as the titular Wolverine and Creator/FredTatascoire Creator/FredTatasciore as the Hulk, Blum's ''VideoGame/XMenLegends'' co-star Peter Lurie reprises his role as Sabretooth and Creator/KeoneYoung reprises his ''VideoGame/XMenTheOfficialGame'' role as Silver Samurai.
30th May '17 6:27:34 AM Manny20444
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