History WesternAnimation / XMenEvolution

21st Apr '16 6:26:35 PM AndyLA
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-->'''Duncan''' (after Scott interferes in a group Toad-beating): I think me and my buds are gonna squash this [[GoshdangItToHeck slimeball]]. So ''you'' and your stupid ''[[ConversationalTroping sunglasses at night]]'' can bail.

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-->'''Duncan''' (after Scott interferes in a group Toad-beating): I think me and my buds are gonna squash this [[GoshdangItToHeck slimeball]]. So ''you'' and your stupid ''[[ConversationalTroping sunglasses at night]]'' can just bail.
4th Apr '16 3:17:57 PM TheNewBig
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While the previous (and very popular) ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' series spent a lot of time condensing the mythology of [[ComicBook/XMen the long-running comics]], this series purposefully tried to go its own way. It was an effort to not bog the story down to ContinuityLockOut and keep most stories individualized. The animation and story scripting was consistently high but it was also impossible to ignore the SpinoffBabies vibe, though it was nice to see a franchise supposedly based around a school for mutants actually spend time in school for once.

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While the previous (and very popular) ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' series spent a lot of time condensing the mythology of [[ComicBook/XMen the long-running comics]], this series purposefully tried to go its own way. It was an effort to not bog the story down to ContinuityLockOut and keep most stories individualized. The animation and story scripting was consistently high but it was also impossible to ignore the SpinoffBabies vibe, though it was nice to see a franchise supposedly based around a school for mutants actually spend time in school for once.
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3rd Apr '16 5:46:22 PM TheNewBig
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** Callisto, from the very start is a truly kind soul, contrast to her comics self, where she was basically a prettier female Jabba The Hutt what with her [[MadeASlave treatment]] of [[AndNowYouMustMarryMe Angel.]] Here, she healed Evan of the poison he drank and even offered him sanctuary now that his mutation was warping his appearance.
2nd Apr '16 6:43:35 PM TheNewBig
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** Pietro's dialogue, mannerisms, and even his dress sense come off as CampGay to a lot of fans, with his Jerkassery possibly being a subconscious way of expressing his confusion. Similarly, Risty Wilde[[spoiler: /Mystique]] was also ''very'' flirty with Rogue. WordOfGay says that yes, she was a Lesbian and was flirting with Rogue. No word on Pietro however. This gets weird though, when you realize that [[spoiler: Mystique is Rogue's ''adopted mother'']].

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** Pietro's dialogue, mannerisms, and even his dress sense come off as CampGay to a lot of fans, with his Jerkassery possibly being a subconscious way of expressing his confusion. Similarly, Risty Wilde[[spoiler: /Mystique]] was also ''very'' flirty with Rogue. WordOfGay says that yes, she was a Lesbian and was flirting with Rogue. No word on Pietro however. This gets weird though, when you realize that [[spoiler: Mystique is Rogue's ''adopted mother'']].
9th Mar '16 7:09:28 AM fearlessnikki
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* Irene Adler, a.k.a. Destiny, is significantly younger. [[http://marvel.toonzone.net/xmenevo/episode/roguerecruit/26.jpg Here's]] the show's version and [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/4/45/I.Adler.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20101010235829 here's]] the comics version.

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* ** By extension some mutants who were teenagers in their debuts - Shadowcat and Jubilee - had the TagAlongKid elements of their personalities dropped.
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Irene Adler, a.k.a. Destiny, is significantly younger. [[http://marvel.toonzone.net/xmenevo/episode/roguerecruit/26.jpg Here's]] the show's version and [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/4/45/I.Adler.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20101010235829 here's]] the comics version.



* AscendedExtra: Berzerker, an obscure Morlock in the comics, left the sewers to join the New Mutants in this version.

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* AscendedExtra: AscendedExtra:
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Berzerker, an obscure Morlock in the comics, left the sewers to join the New Mutants in this version.






* GirlsNightOutEpisode: "Walk on the Wild Side".
** [[{{Deconstruction}} Deconstructed]] as the girls quickly get in over their heads when they start going after ''real'' criminals and Scott and Kurt have to help them out at the last minute (secretly).

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* GirlsNightOutEpisode: "Walk on the Wild Side".
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Side". [[{{Deconstruction}} Deconstructed]] as the girls quickly get in over their heads when they start going after ''real'' criminals and Scott and Kurt have to help them out at the last minute (secretly).


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* HellBentForLeather: When the X-girls and Boom-Boom decided to form a vigilante crime fighting group called the Bayville Sirens, they wear sexy black leather costumes to go with it.


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* NoPronunciationGuide: Wolfsbane has her real name Rahne spoken twice. Kitty says 'rah-nee', while Logan says 'rain'.


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* TownGirls: Rogue is the butch - in terms of having an aggressive personality and taking the DeadpanSnarker role. Kitty is the femme - speaks like a ValleyGirl and interested in girly things. Jean is the neither - as she's a star soccer player but also a LovableAlphaBitch. Within the new recruits, Tabitha is the butch - tomboyish personality, daredevil attitude. Amara is the femme - meeker personality. Jubilee is neither - not particularly girly or tomboyish. Rahne doesn't get much development, so she doesn't fit into this.
6th Mar '16 10:59:33 AM nombretomado
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* MasterRace: The episode "Operation: Rebirth" has this with discussion on the super soldier experiment used on CaptainAmerica.

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* MasterRace: The episode "Operation: Rebirth" has this with discussion on the super soldier experiment used on CaptainAmerica.ComicBook/CaptainAmerica.



* ANaziByAnyOtherName: After ComicBook/NickFury goes to Logan about the Rebirth project being stolen Xavier asks about it, and Logan explains it turned Steve Rogers into CaptainAmerica. Xavier points out the Allies were trying to create a "Master Race," which makes Logan uncomfortable, not wanting to see the good guys go down ''[[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany that]]'' slippery slope.

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* ANaziByAnyOtherName: After ComicBook/NickFury goes to Logan about the Rebirth project being stolen Xavier asks about it, and Logan explains it turned Steve Rogers into CaptainAmerica.ComicBook/CaptainAmerica. Xavier points out the Allies were trying to create a "Master Race," which makes Logan uncomfortable, not wanting to see the good guys go down ''[[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany that]]'' slippery slope.
5th Mar '16 3:28:11 AM RoseUnity
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-->'''Xavier:''' "Yes, they never do. At first."

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-->'''Xavier:''' "Yes, they never do. [[WellIntentionedExtremist At first.first]]."
5th Mar '16 3:15:48 AM RoseUnity
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** Actually, Professor X didn't get the chance. Before he could, ''Wolverine'' reminded the man whose roof he was under.






** Tabitha could be a fairly reckless driver behind the wheel as well.
** Rogue as well.



* FantasticRacism: Becomes the major theme in the third and fourth seasons, after [[spoiler: the mutants are revealed to the world]], and it seems like pretty much every human hates the mutants.

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* FantasticRacism: Becomes the major theme in the third and fourth seasons, after [[spoiler: the mutants are revealed to the world]], and it seems like pretty much every human hates the mutants. Exceptions existed, but they were very much in the minority, and it had global impact.



* HappilyAdopted: Nightcrawler, who was adopted by a Bavarian couple after Mystique dropped him.

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* HappilyAdopted: Nightcrawler, who was adopted by a Bavarian couple after Mystique dropped him. Subverted with Rogue, unaware of the fact she was Mystique's adopted daughter, and very much not happy to find out the fact.


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* YouCantFightFate: Early on, Sabertooth had this attitude towards his fighting Wolverine, that eventually one of them would kill the other. [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It wasn't brought up again after their first fight]].
7th Feb '16 8:13:40 PM DevinMeenan
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''X-Men: Evolution'' (2000-2003) is an ''Franchise/XMen'' animated series that, like Marvel's UltimateUniverse and the movies, rebooted/retooled the universe to one where many important characters were teenagers. This show's setting was Bayville, a generic, fictionalized town in New York (not California, as often assumed), where the famous mutants went to school along with more mundane folks (presumably because the X-Men's canonical hometown, Salem Center, is upper-class in the real world).

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''X-Men: Evolution'' (2000-2003) is an ''Franchise/XMen'' animated series that, like Marvel's UltimateUniverse and the movies, rebooted/retooled the universe to one where many important characters were teenagers. This show's setting was Bayville, a generic, fictionalized town in New York (not California, as often assumed), York, where the famous mutants went to school along with more mundane folks (presumably because the X-Men's canonical hometown, Salem Center, is upper-class in the real world).
23rd Jan '16 7:05:46 PM nombretomado
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* DisproportionateRetribution: A harmless version in the ChristmasEpisode had Spyke and his father throw a couple of snowballs at {{Storm}} (with poor accuracy). Storm logically responds by creating a small snowstorm to show them why one should never pick a snowball fight with someone who can control the weather.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: A harmless version in the ChristmasEpisode had Spyke and his father throw a couple of snowballs at {{Storm}} ComicBook/{{Storm}} (with poor accuracy). Storm logically responds by creating a small snowstorm to show them why one should never pick a snowball fight with someone who can control the weather.
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