Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Wolverine & The X-Men: Heroes Return DVD

The DVD of the first 3 episodes is out today in stores. The description:

"Wolverine must reunite the X-Men to prevent a horrible vision of the future...In the late 20th century, mankind began to change. Suddenly, teenagers developed incredible abilities that science classified as the next stage in human evolution. In response, Professor Charles Xavier created The Institute for Gifted Youngsters so the young "mutants" could learn to control their uncanny abilities and live in harmony with the non-mutant members of society. From then on, Xavier's students -- the X-Men -- intervened to protect the peace until a mysterious explosion devastated Xavier's school. Leaderless and without direction, the X- Men disbanded and the man known as Wolverine struck out on his own. One year later, the once fiercely independent Wolverine must reunite the X-Men to prevent a horrible vision of the future where the X-Men have given up on Xavier's mission and the world has fallen into chaos. With great tragedy in their past and their future, Wolverine must lead Xavier's disillusioned heroes against the forces of fate and destiny. Only together can the X-Men steer the course of history away from catastrophe and save us all."


You can pick it up in stores now, on Amazon or Itunes. Enjoy.

4 comments:

Kyle said...

You gotta love it. I love how each silhouette is unique and definable of the characters. Great job.

arnie said...

pimppin' ain't easy...love the designs Khary...see u at SDCC?

peace out

Dipesh said...

this show is awsome! i can't wait to see the 2nd season, they did a marathon of season 1 last weekend.

AmpGeez said...

Hey. Names Amp. Big comic book fan and I've been asking around for advice on a project me and a friend have been working on since High School, but just decided to really start taking serious. We've created an expansive comic universe but after years of brainstorming and planning, it's grown so big we decided to scale it back and focus on one aspect of the universe to try and actually get it published. Neither of us are great artists and I was wondering how would you suggest we go about trying to meet an artist who can offer some help in terms of character designs. We've kinda hit a wall and I think actually seeing visual representations of the characters could provide some inspiration. Also, years of keeping our ideas to ourselves, we've come to a point where we'd welcome a critique of our ideas. It would be refreshing to get an outside perspective to let us know if we're on the right track. I know you're a busy guy so I'd appreciate any input you can offer. My email is TajMahalBX@Gmail.com. Hope to hear from you.

Thanx.