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Published October 28, 2020

Unofficial Official Trailer for ‘X-Men: The Animated Series’ Highlights the Mutant Drama

Watch the entire series now on Disney+!

Welcome to Professor Xavier’s School for the Gifted! Here you’ll find mutants from all different backgrounds with an assortment of powers all learning to control and use them for the benefit of mankind. But not everyone wants to help humanity…some want war. 

Coming to us straight out of the 1990s, you can watch every single episode of X-Men: The Animated Series on Disney+! And since there was no such thing as a “YouTube trailer” back in the 1990s, Disney+’s YouTube has gone ahead and made a very official “unofficial” trailer for the classic series, which you can watch above. And don’t worry — it doesn’t include the theme song so it won’t get stuck in your head (sorry if even just bringing up the theme song gets it stuck in your head).  

Witness the battle between Xavier’s X-Men and Magneto’s Brotherhood of Mutants as they try to stop an all out civil war between mutants and humans. Already watched the show, many, many times?  Then dive into Marvel’s interview with series creators Larry Houston, Eric Lewald, and Julia Lewald!

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