The X-Men ’97 release date:L Mutants are coming to Disney Plus with, for an animated series that’s a direct sequel to the classic ’90s show
When is X-Men ’97 out? After 25 years, X-Men: The Animated Series is returning to our screens on Disney Plus. The TV series will be a direct sequel to the beloved five-season show that was a staple of comic book and superhero fans who grew up in the ’90s.
Yes, this means popular X-Men characters Wolverine, Jean Grey, Magneto, Cyclops, Jubilee, Beast, and more, all in their classic ’90s costumes, fighting the good fight. Oftentimes, this means battling each other, as Magneto vies to take over the world with mutant powers, while Professor X’s gifted children want to find a better way to coexist with people who don’t have any powers.
TWO YEARS after Disney officially acquired 20th Century Fox, Marvel Studios is finally working on its first X-Men project, but it’s probably not what fans expected it to be. As part of its 2021 Disney+ Day celebration, Marvel has officially announced X-MEN ‘97, a new sequel series to the beloved 1990s superhero cartoon, X-Men: The Animated Series. While little is known about the project, it promises to give both longtime and casual X-Men fans alike plenty of fun mutant mayhem and may offer some insight into how Marvel plans on approaching the group’s mutant characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.