Greg Driver returns to examine the strange mutation that gave the world the X-Men.
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The 1992 X-Men TV series is remembered fondly by many as a bright, action packed cartoon that was the most authentic on-screen depiction of the mighty mutants. This went a long way towards overlooking the technical flaws of the show, not to mention the inherent weirdness prevalent even in just this first season. But like the comics have always taught us we must not be afraid of what is different or bizarre and embrace them for what makes them great, and so in spite of the cynicism that often occurs when revisiting a nostalgia property we inexplicably find ourselves having a good time watching. Comics are crazy as a matter of course anyways man so let's just enjoy the ride!
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