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X-Men: Volume 5 :: DVD Review

X-Men: Volume 5 :: DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Apr 28, 2010
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

If you’re a Marvel fan you’ll be excited (and extremely happy) to know that on May 4, 2010, X-Men: Volume 5 is being released as a two-disc DVD set!

If you’re a Marvel fan you’ll be excited (and extremely happy) to know that on May 4, 2010, X-Men: Volume 5 is being released as a two-disc DVD set!


X-Men Rated

In X-Men: Volume 5, the X-Men turn to their arch-nemesis, Magneto, in an effort to save the life of Professor Xavier. This is the last and final installment in the X-Men Animated Collection and stars voice talents Iona Morris (Spider-man, Fantastic Four), Lenore Zann (Dragon Tales) and Alison Seasly-Smith (Degrassi: The Next Generation).


Episode List

  • Episode 63: The Phalanx Covenant (Part 1)
  • Episode 64: The Phalanx Covenant (Part 2)
  • Episode 65: A Deal With The Devil
  • Episode 66: No Mutant Is An Island
  • Episode 67: Longshot
  • Episode 68: Bloodlines
  • Episode 69: Storm Front (Part 1)
  • Episode 70: Storm Front (Part 2)
  • Episode 71: Jubilee’s Fairy Tale Theatre
  • Episode 72: The Fifth Horseman
  • Episode 73: Old Soldiers
  • Episode 74: Descent
  • Episode 75: Hidden Agendas
  • Episode 76: Graduation Day

X-Men: Volume 5 DVD Rating: 4


Get it now: X-Men, Volume Five (Marvel DVD Comic Book Collection)


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