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Really like how they leave out Angel in the future Pro.X sees. The Brotherhood joined SHIELD.
who's the guy that struck storm with lightning?
Oh no, no more shitty fenix saga D:
6:18 it's not Egypt, it's Arabian Peninsula... It's producers didn't learnt Geography !!!
Also, an artsy complaint: in many of the characters (Kitty as a prime example) the colorists put this weird shadow over the bridge of their noses. What weirded me out was that the shadows were ALWAYS there, regardless of the direction the light was coming from (why would that shadow be on the top of their noses if they're in broad daylight?) I'm assuming it was intentional since they kept doing it, but it always came off as less like a stylistic choice and more like a consistent error to me.
(cont)-almost as if they wanted to have a bunch of interwoven subplots, but were afraid to pursue them because A) it would just detract too much from the main arc, or B) they didn't know how much longer they would be on the air, and didn't know how much "universe-expanding" they should be doing. I feel like if they had just ONE more season, maybe two, they could have tied up all the loose ends nicely, but with this ending I'm feeling a big lack of closure.
After rewatching the series start-to-finish, I'm kinda sad to say it wasn't as good as I remembered; It isn't bad by any means, it's just that it's easier to see where the storytelling falls short upon seeing it again years later. Particularly in Season 4, whenever they introduced a character/sub-arc, they either didn't pursue it enough, or cut it off before it could really be fleshed out (like X-23, for example). It's almost as if they were-(continued in self-reply)
I haven't felt this way, since Return of the Jedi. :')
It's called Wolverine and the X-men.
Somebody told me that there would be 6 seasons of this and wolverine and the xmen, I got so upset when I found out there wasn't!!!
i know i cant believe they did not put him in the last episode