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  1. X-Men - Wikipedia

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    The X-Men are a team of fictional mutant superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.Created by artist/co-writer Jack Kirby and writer Stan Lee, the characters first appeared in The X-Men #1 (September 1963) and formed one of the most recognizable and successful franchises of Marvel Comics, appearing in numerous books, television shows, films, and video games.

  2. X-Men (film series) - Wikipedia

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    X-Men is an American superhero film series based on the fictional superhero team of the same name, who originally appeared in a series of comic books created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and published by Marvel Comics.

  3. X-Men Wiki | Fandom

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    X-Men Wiki is an encyclopedia run by fans, for fans and we need your help! We chronicle everything surrounding X-Men , which is a comic book franchise that has resonated for decades, starring some of the most popular comic book characters ever.

  4. X-Men - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    The fictional characters, the X-Men, are a team of superheroes who were born with special mutant powers, making them different from regular humans. The X-Men characters are owned by Marvel Comics, which publishes comic books featuring them as well as many other superheroes. The comic book was one of the first to combine social issues and social commentary into a superhero story, set in a world where people with mutant abilities are hated by those born without them. This is similar to acts of abl

  5. X-Men | X-Men Movies Wiki | Fandom

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    The X-Men were a team of mutants created to protect the world as well as maintain peaceful human-mutant relations. 1 Biography 1.1 X-Men: First Class 1.2 Original Timeline 1.2.1 X-Men... X-Men Movies Wiki

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  6. Uncanny X-Men (band) - Wikipedia

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    Beginnings: 1980–1982

    The Uncanny X-Men were named for the Marvel comic of the same name and were formed as a "hard edged guitar pop band" in Melbourne's western suburbs. They were originally a four-piece group, in late 1980, with Michael Helms on bass guitar, Brian Mannix on vocals and guitar, Nick Matandos on drums and Ron Thiessen on guitar. They were a regular Wednesday night attraction at the Pier Hotel in Frankston, Victoria[citation needed]. In 1981 they became a five-piece when Helms left and was replaced...

    Career peak: 1983–1987

    Early in 1983 Harrison was replaced on bass guitar by John Kirk and Uncanny X-Men released their single "How Do You Get Your Kicks" in March. It was written by Greg Macainsh of Skyhooks, who also co-produced the track with David Briggs. In late March 1983 they performed it on Australian TV pop music show, Countdown. Craig Waugh (ex-Primal Tears) replaced Matandos on drums and they released another single, "Time Goes So Fast", in August. They toured through 1984 and released another EP, Beach...

    Post-break up and reunions: 1987–present

    Kingman, Mannix and Waugh joined with bass guitarist, Derek O'Leary, to form Dead Legends during 1989. Mannix then pursued a solo career including performing in pub rock bands and in stage plays. John Kirk moved into car sales in Brisbane, Chuck Hargreaves was a welder and fabricator in Perth, Craig Waugh drove trucks in Melbourne and Ron Thiessen built film and theatre sets in Sydney, although all still played in various bands. In 1998 Uncanny X-Men reformed for a brief reunion with the line...

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    Countdown was an Australian pop music TV series on national broadcaster ABC-TV from 1974–1987, it presented music awards from 1979–1987, initially in conjunction with magazine TV Week. The TV Week / Countdown Awards were a combination of popular-voted and peer-voted awards.

    Micheal Helms - bass guitar (1980–1981)
    Nick Matandos – drums (1980–1983)
    Ron Thiessen – guitar (1981–1986; 1987, 1998, 2006, 2011, 2017)
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  8. X-Men – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Em 1963, com o sucesso de Homem-Aranha em Amazing Fantasy, bem como o Hulk, Thor, Homem de Ferro e o Quarteto Fantástico, o co-criador Stan Lee queria criar outro grupo de super-heróis que já nasciam com superpoderes.[1] Lee inventou o título da série após, o editor-chefe da Marvel, Martin Goodman recusar o nome inicial, "The Mutants", afirmando que os leitores não sabem o que um "mutante" era.[2]

    Os X-Men foram fundados pelo Charles Francis Xavier, o Professor Xavier, para defender seu sonho de "convivência pacífica entre humanos e mutantes", ao mesmo tempo em que, secretamente, defendiam a humanidade dos "mutantes do mal". Assim, desde sua fundação, os X-Men vivem em uma constante batalha, "defendendo um mundo que os teme e odeia". Xavier abriga os X-Men em sua mansão, sob a fachada de uma "Escola para Jovens Superdotados". Seu endereço é rua Graymalkin Lane, n° 1407, em Salem Center, no condado de Westchester, Nova York. Os primeiros alunos de Charles (os "X-Men Originais") foram: Ciclope (Scott Summers), Garota Marvel (Jean Grey), Fera (Henry 'Hank' McCoy), Homem de Gelo (Robert 'Bobby' Drake) e Anjo(Warren Kenneth Worthington III). Os primeiros números da revista também introduziram os arqui-inimigos da equipe: Magneto (Erik Magnus Leinsher) e sua Irmandade de Mutantes, composta por Mercúrio (Pietro Maximoff), Feiticeira Escarlate (Wanda Maximoff) - ambos irmãos de sangu...

    Toda a franquia dos X-Men é construída sobre questões sociopolíticas. Os mutantes são vistos frequentemente como uma metáfora para minorias étnicas ou qualquer outro grupo oprimido - incluindo especificamente a segregação de afro-americanos, a discriminação contra , o antissemitismoe o "medo dos comunistas". Além disso, em um nível individual, alguns X-men têm em seus poderes uma metáfora do estereótipo de "estranho".

    Os X-men também trouxeram vários locais fictícios de grande importância para o Universo Marvel: 1. Genosha, uma nação insular africana fictícia, localizada perto de Madagascar, que viveu durante longo tempo um regime de apartheidcontra mutantes. 2. Madripoor, uma ilha no Sudeste da Ásia, capital de um principado próxima de Singapura, tendo como "Senhora do Crime" a vilã Víbora (antiga Madame Hidra). 3. Ilha Muir, uma ilha escocesa, geralmente lembrada como sendo o local onde ficava o laboratório da Dr. Moira McTaggert, a famosa geneticista humana, aliada de Charles Xavier. 4. Terra Selvagem, um local pré-histórico escondido na Antártida, com dinossauros, alienígenas e outros seres estranhos. 5. Krakoa, a "Ilha-Viva", responsável pelo surgimento da segunda geração de X-Men. 6. Utopia (Marvel Comics), ilha na costa de São Francisco, que está servindo de refúgio para os mutantes restantes após os eventos da série Utopia. 7. Sala de Perigo é um lugar de treinamento para os X-Men, criada...

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    1. A primeira versão animada dos X-Men, foi na série The Marvel Super Heroes (apelidada no Brasil de Desenhos Desanimados do Marvel[7]), no segmento The Sub-Mariner estrelado por Namor Anjo, Fera, Ciclope,Homem de Gelo,Garota Marvel e Professor-X aparecem no episódio "Dr. Doom's Day", história adaptada da revista Fantastic Four Annual #3 (1965), a Grantray-Lawrence Animation não tinha possuía os direitos do Quarteto Fantástico (que na época estavam com a Hanna Barbera) então, os produtores os...

    Por duas vezes, membros dos X-men se encontraram com os personagens do universo ficcional de Jornada nas Estrelas. No primeiro, os X-men encontraram a U.S.S. Enterprise capitaneada por James T. Kirk, como na série de Jornada nas Estrelas original. Em 1995, um encontro especial intitulado "Segundo Contato" descreveu um encontro entre os X-men da época e a tripulação da Enterprise-E do filme Jornada nas Estrelas: Primeiro Contato. A tripulação da Enterprise-E tentava retornar ao seu próprio tempo logo após o final dos eventos do filme (em que eles viajaram para o ano de 2063 em sua realidade), e de alguma maneira foram parar na realidade e na época dos X-Men. Esta história rendeu uma continuação em livro publicada pela Pocket Books intitulada Planeta X, na qual os X-Men vão parar no universo de Jornada nas Estrelas em um período de tempo que, na perspectiva da tripulação da Enterprise-D, acontece algum tempo depois dos eventos de Segundo Contato, mas, da perspectiva dos X-men, acontec...

    Os personagens e títulos tem recebido um bom reconhecimento durante os anos. Os números 334 a 337 de Uncanny X-Men, e 53 a 57 da segunda edição de X-Men foram parte da Saga Massacre, que foi a mais votada da Comics Buyer's Guide Fan Award como Saga de História em Quadrinhos Favorita de 1997. A saga E de Extinçãotambém ganhou muitos prêmios internacionais.

    Arcanjo (Warren Kenneth Worthington III), Marvel Girl (Jean Grey), Ciclope (Scott Summers), Emma Frost, Fada, Fera (Henry McCoy), Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Faísca (Marvel Comics), Homem de Gelo (Robert Drake), Irmãs Stepford, Jubileu (Jubilation Lee), Namor, Lince Negra (Katherine Pryde), Estrela Polar (Jean-Paul Beaubier), Magia (Illyana Rasputin), Magneto (Marvel Comics), Míssil (Sam Guthrie), Perigo (Marvel Comics), Prodígio (David Alleyne), Psylocke (Elisabeth Braddock), Vampira (Anna Marie), Tempestade (Ororo Munroe), Wolverine (James Howlett), X-23 (Laura Kinney). 1. Ex-Membros Adaga, Ariel, Apache, Banshee (Sean Cassidy), Sereia (Chery), Bishop (Lucas Bishop), Presságio (Daimon Von Heller), Cable (Nathan Summers),Câmara (Jonothon Starsmore), Changeling (Kevin Sidney), Darwin (Armando Munoz), Dentes de Sabre (Victor Creed), Deslizador (Davis Cameron), Dominó, Escalpo (Paige Guthrie), Forge, Fanático (Cain Marko), Jean Grey(Fênix), Lockheed, Longshot, Larval, M (Marvel Comics), Man...

  9. X-Men | Marvel Database | Fandom

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    Hated and feared for powers given to them by an X-gene in their chromosomes, the X-Men were assembled by Charles Xavier, with the dream that one day Mutants and Humans could live together in peace. X-Men members come from all over the world in all shapes and sizes with the likes of Wolverine...

  10. X-Men (TV Series) | Marvel Animated Universe Wiki | Fandom

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    This series was the second attempt to make an animated version of the X-Men comics. The first was a half-hour special titled "Pryde of the X-Men". Although aired numerous times between 1989 and 1992, Pryde was poorly received and was not picked up. Pryde was said to have almost killed any chances of a series being picked up. Executives objected to Wolverine's Australian accent and the dragon sidekick. Eventually the idea was reworked into this series. Fox Kids vice-chairman Margaret Loesch and executive Sidney Iwanter bargained for a second chance. Loesch vowed not to make the same mistakes as "Pryde of the X-Men". She brought in Haim Saban of Saban Entertainment and Graz Entertainment. They hired Eric Lewald to be the executive story producer. They worked with Bob Harras to fill the staff with comic book geeks like Will Meugniot, Larry Houston, and Eric's wife Julia. Loesch said of her efforts, "This has been a labor of love for a group of us, myself, and Stan Lee, who have tried f...

    The show featured a line-up primarily of Professor X, Cyclops, Beast, Jean Grey, Wolverine, Rogue, Gambit, Storm, and Jubilee who were all popular in the comics at the time. Morph, while many believe to be original, was an adaptation of Changeling who at the time was deceased and the writers thought of him as a blank slate to do with as they wished. Other X-Men that appeared but were not necessarily part of the team included Colossus, Nightcrawler, Emma Frost, Forge, Havok, Polaris, Cannonball, Banshee, Iceman, Angel, Longshot, Dazzler, Sunfire, Psylocke, Cable, and Bishop. While developing the series, there were certain characters the producers felt were obvious inclusions: Professor X, Wolverine, Cyclops, and Jean Grey. They decided to pass on Kitty Prydein favor of Jubilee for the teenager role. Marvel pushed for Gambit as he had been recently introduced. Pryde was one of the few characters not to make any cameo appearance, and the only major X-Man to not appear. She had been the...

    Main Cast

    The actors all recorded their lines together. Lenore Zann compared to a radio drama with everyone in the same room in a circle relating to each other, acting, and responding. At the time, the actors were allowed to smoke in the studio. This became an issue when Catherine Disher became pregnant. Cathal J. Dodd always recorded next to Norm Spencer. Iona Morris played Storm for the first season. Alison Sealy-Smithreplaced her starting the second season and redubbed the voice for reairings of the...

    Plenty of famous comic book story lines appeared throughout the series such as the Dark Phoenix Saga, Days of Future Past, Kitty's Fairy Tale, the Phalanx Covenant, Proteus, Age of Apocalypse, and the Legacy Virus. In addition numerous episodes featured references to particular comics. In the third episode the X-Men fought Magneto at a missile base, a reference to the X-Men's first battle with Magneto back in 1963 in X-Men #1. In season four, Magnetocreated an orbiting haven for mutants which was highly influenced by several story arcs in the comics.

    The producers chose the look of Jim Lee's run on the comics as they felt he had a modern, sophisticated look to the characters. Meugniot and Houston had been disappointed with previous renditions and it took many fights to get this look. Senior designer Rick Hobergtook an early pass at the looks. When Lee left Marvel to form Image Comics, Marvel ordered the producers to remove all of Lee's visual influence. Will Meugniot said, "My goal at that point was to do something as close to the contemporary comics as possible, so we started with the Jim Lee designs (among many available). But we had this side-trip of of them because shortly after we started, after I had gotten the initial designs of Wolverine, Cyclops, and Jean approved, suddenly I got a note from Marvel saying, "you have to put away all the Jim Lee reference. We can't do a show that looks like his stuff." They wouldn't say why, but of course the problem turned out to be that Jim and the other major Marvel guys had announced...

    Like the comics, the show dealt with mature social issues such as prejudice, intolerance, isolation, and racism. Other issues that were handled in a less obvious matter were divorce, Christianity, the Holocaust, the AIDS hysteria, and even television producers themselves. Even more subtle was the idea of homosexuality in the series. Cable once blasted Pyro for calling him "darling," though this may have been a simple jest. However, more obviously shapeshifting characters also raised the issue of gender identity. In various episodes Morph and Mystiquewould change forms and flirt with either sex depending on their form. The producers credit Margaret Loesch for allowing them to deal with serious issues.They were told many times to make it younger and goofier, but Meugniot and Houston maintained the style of the series. The producers felt that the women were always equal to the men.

    The main theme song for the show was composed by Ron Wasserman. Wasserman had become the main composer at Saban Entertainment following the success of his Mighty Morphin Power Rangers theme song Go Go Power Rangers. The company presented a video cut of the opening and the only note they gave was not to have lyrics, as opposed to the pilot "Pryde of the X-Men". He came up with the basic tempo then wrote the music to match the edits, as opposed to other shows or movies that would have edited to the music. He continued doing side scoring for the series despite primarily working on Power Rangers in addition to his work on Sweet Valley High and VR Troopers. The song was used as Eclipse's ringtone in the series premiere of the mutant-based show The Gifted. The inclusion started as a behind-the-scenes gag. Showrunner Matt Nix told The Hollywood Reporter, "Honestly, we did it initially as a joke for the cut. Then we were like, 'No, we have to do this.' We were told we couldn't do it, and we...

    The opening title sequence was designed by Will Meugniot and Larry Houston. Houston initially turned in a version that Meugniot claimed was better than the final version. It contained everybody the producers had intended to show up. However, Fox freaked out worried there would be too many characters on the show. He had focused on the concept of being hunted and hiding, with more moody and shadowy stuff. However, Loesch and Meugniot felt the opening was too slow and not the direction they wanted. Meugniot redrew the opening scenes settling on the faster-paced action it ended up being. While talking on the phone with Sidney Iwanter, Meugniot began drawing individual character shots. They saved what they could, like the shot of Wolverine slashing a Sentinel and being on top of a pile of rubble, and built out from there. Houston drew the rest in the same style. He billboarded their names and showcased their mutant powers as dynamically as possible. They ended up keeping roughly eighty p...

    The series was the first part in the interconnected series of shows, dubbed the Marvel Animated Universe, which includes Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man Unlimited, Silver Surfer, and The Avengers: United They Stand. The entire cast appeared on the Spider-Man episodes "The Mutant Agenda" and "The Mutants' Revenge". Storm would appear during the Secret Wars episodes "Arrival", "The Gauntlet of the Red Skull", and "Doom". The X-Men have a robot of Hulk in the Danger Room seen in "The Unstoppable Juggernaut". War Machine and Nick Fury appeared in "Time Fugitives, Part One". Spider-Man appeared in "Child of Light" and "The Inner Circle". Thor, Doctor Strange, and Uatu all appeared in "The Dark Phoenix". The X-Men and Juggernaut appeared in the Fantastic Four episode "Nightmare in Green". Juggernaut appeared coming out of the Atlantic Ocean, a reference to him being knocked into the ocean in this show's episode "The Dark Shroud".

    There were two major errors across the series that were never reconciled. In the episode "The Cure", Cyclops mentions that he has never met Angelbefore. This directly contradicts the comic books where the two are both founding members of the team. Later episodes would feature flashbacks to the team's early history showing both working together as the comics were. The other error deals with Cable. In "Slave Island", he is shown to be a highly skilled mercenary. Then in the second season starting with "Time Fugitives, Part One" he is a time traveling soldier now with a metal arm, being more faithful to the comics.

    • October 31, 1992
    • Avi Arad
    • September 20, 1997
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