List of X-Men (TV Series) Video Releases

List Of X-Men (TV Series) Video Releases

This is a list of the X-Men animated TV series episodes that have been released on VHS and DVD. As of May 2010, all the series has been released on DVD. Prior to release, X-Men was the ninth most requested unreleased television show and the second most requested animated television show behind MTV's Daria.

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... Title Release Date X-Men – The Legend of Wolverine April 29, 2003 Episodes 13 The Final Decision (bonus episode) 27 Out of the Past – Part 28 ... Out of the Past – Part 44 ... Nightcrawler 58 The Lotus and the Steel Title Release Date X-Men – Wolverine's Story UK Release Date (Region 2) 2003 Episodes Repo Man Reunion Parts 2 ... Weapon X, Lies and Videotape Enter Magneto (Bonus Episode) Title US Release Date (Region 1) AU Release Date (Region 4) X-Men – Volume 1 (Marvel DVD Comic Book Collection) April 28, 2009 May 18, 2009 Episodes 1 Night of the Sentinels (Part 1) 2 Night of the Sentinels (Part 2) 3 Enter Magneto 4 Deadly Reunions 5 Captive Hearts 6 Cold Vengeance 7 Slave Island 8 The Unstoppable Juggernaut 9 The Cure 10 Come the Apocalypse 11 Days of Future Past (Part 1) 12 Days of Future Past (Part 2) 13 The Final Decision 14 Till Death Do Us Part (Part 1) 15 Till Death Do Us Part (Part 2) 16 Whatever It Takes X-Men – Volume 2 (Marvel DVD Comic Book Collection) April 28, 2009 May 18, 2009 Episodes 17 Red Dawn 18 Repo Man 19 X-Ternally Yours 20 Time Fugitives (Part 1) 21 Time Fugitives (Part 2) 22 A Rogue's Tale 23 Beauty the Beast 24 Mojo Vision 25 Reunion (Part 1) 26 Reunion (Part 2) 27 Out of the Past (Part 1) 28 Out of the Past (Part 2) 29 The Phoenix Saga (Part 1) Sacrifice 30 The Phoenix Saga (Part 2) The Dark Shroud 31 The Phoenix Saga (Part 3) Cry of the Banshee 32 The Phoenix Saga (Part 4) The Starjammers 33 The Phoenix Saga (Part 5) Child of Light X-Men – Volume 3 (Marvel DVD Comic Book Collection) September 15, 2009 September 22, 2009 Episodes 38 Savage Land, Strange Heart (Part 1) 39 Savage Land, Strange Heart (Part 2) 35 Obsession 40 The Dark Phoenix (Part 1) Dazzled 41 The Dark Phoenix (Part 2) The Inner Circle 42 The Dark Phoenix (Part 3) The Dark Phoenix 43 The Dark Phoenix (Part 4) The Fate of the Phoenix 37 Cold Comfort 44 Orphan's End 46 The Juggernaut Returns 53 Nightcrawler 60 Weapon X, Lies and Videotape 54 One Man's Worth (Part 1) 55 One Man's Worth (Part 2) 51 Courage X-Men – Volume 4 (Marvel DVD Comic Book Collection) September 15, 2009 September 22, 2009 Episodes 56 Proteus (Part 1) 57 Proteus (Part 2) 48 Sanctuary (Part 1) 49 Sanctuary (Part 2) 63 Beyond Good and Evil (Part 1) The End of Time 64 Beyond Good and Evil (Part 2) Promise of Apocalypse 65 Beyond Good and Evil (Part 3) The Lazarus Chamber 66 Beyond Good and Evil (Part 4) End and Beginning 62 Have Yourself a Morlock Little X-Mas 61 The Lotus and the Steel 45 Love in Vain 52 Secrets, Not Long Buried 50 Xavier Remembers 58 Family Ties X-Men – Volume 5 (Marvel DVD Comic Book Collection) May 4, 2010 March 1, 2010 Episodes 67 Phalanx Covenant (Part 1) 68 Phalanx Covenant (Part 2) 47 A Deal with the Devil 34 No Mutant is an Island 36 Longshot 59 Bloodlines 69 Storm Front (Part 1) 70 Storm Front (Part 2) 72 Jubilee's Fairytale Theater 71 The Fifth Horseman 73 Old Soldiers 75 Descent 74 Hidden Agendas 76 Graduation Day. ...

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