The possibility of seeing X-men/FF return to Marvel Animation?

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JoeMabbon

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They have new fans now. And sadly, they doesn't include the fans of the X-Men or Fantastic Four. We'll probably see these guys again someday. They want to burn down the forest, make sure all the embers have gone out, and then replant on fresh soil.
 

Cassidy

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From what I saw of the comics I thought they were starting to care about the X men in general, so I thought we would have gotten a new serie from what I saw of the comics I thought they were starting to care about the X men in general, so I thought we would have gotten a new cartoon soon.
 

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I'm really curious to see how long before Marvel Animation starts shifting back towards the concepts and characters they had embargoed, although that also probably depends on the direction of Marvel Animation moving forward, and that's still kind of a mystery at the moment :sweat:.
 

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X-Men used to be such a big franchise for Marvel, I don’t doubt they’ll try to push mutants into appearing in their cartoons as soon as they can.

I’m hoping someday Marvel will create a Brave and the Bold or Justice League Action show that’ll allow them to showcase a large assortment of characters, mutants or otherwise.


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I would really love to see Robbie Daymond's Spider-Man team-up with Steve Blum's Wolverine :D.
I’m hoping someday Marvel will create a Brave and the Bold or Justice League Action show that’ll allow them to showcase a large assortment of characters, mutants or otherwise.
Ultimate Spider-Man was kind of a team-up show, and most of Avengers: Secret Wars were extended episodes of Justice League Action when you think about it, although I don't think either worked as well as the DC versions :sweat:.
 

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My favorite episodes of USM were the ones that made the most out of the team-ups (whether it was with Cap, Wolverine, Squirrel Girl, Miles, White Tiger, Dr Strange, etc) or the ones that let the villains be the serious threats they should be. The team-ups can be a great way to highlight what makes lesser known heroes and villains cool as we see them through the popular hero's eyes but it's still a shame that some opportunities slipped by due to what USM focused on.



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