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Along with Batman: The Animated Series, X-Men helped launch the numerous . Most stories would be wrapped up by the end of the episode and have little to no of those versions of the characters, and the relationships built in the series. X-Men: The Animated Series is a '90s classic, but it was far from perfect. At the end, the team would have faced off against Apocalypse one. It was pretty much X-Men, Batman: The Animated Series, and Gargoyles. . their relationship was never addressed, but seeing how it played out at the end of.
But, when Fox ordered more episodes, an entire Season was tacked on after this big confrontation. The show's second finale, "Graduation Day," ended with the team saying good-bye to a dying Professor X.
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It was a suitable tearjerker to send the show off but rendered the first one disappointingly anti-climactic. This was a result of the animation being farmed out to different studios, and finished episodes were just scheduled to be shown on TV as soon as they were ready -- even if it messed the continuity up. Multi-episode arcs still aired together but some stand-alone ones that set-up certain storylines ended up airing years after those storylines had ended.
Part One," Morph returns -- but he's not quite himself. After sneaking into the X-Mansion disguised as Wolverine, "Evil" Morph then becomes so committed to his next transformation -- Rogue -- that he seduces Gambit, leaving him with the promise of consummation later on which Gambit tried to follow through on.
Don't worry, I won't tell Jean. In the comics, Angel is an original member of Professor X's team, demonstrated in the show through flashbacks in episodes like "Proteus: Part One" and "Xavier Remembers," where a guy with the same angelic wings as Warren is shown as part of the original team in their old costumes.
This strongly implies that Archangel has a long history with Professor X and the X-Men as his former identity, yet when he officially makes his debut, they seem to have absolutely no memory of him, which creates an awkward continuity error. To deepen the confusion, he also appears in both his classic blue and yellow, and red and yellow costumes in different flashbacks. Kilimanjaro to possess a young mutant boy. After hopping into Storm's body when she turns up to help, the Shadow King is defeated when the X-Men are able to seal him back in astral plane.
The episode's disappointingly low-stakes left reviewers cold and the Shadow King described as a "boring villain. Together, she and Widow decide that the best thing to do is shoot the robot with a sniper rifle from a safe distance away.
Later, in X-Men Forever 3, Rogue has switched powers and appearances with Nightcrawler, including her tendency for soul-sapping and power-stealing.
Perched on a rooftop with Spidey, she goes to kiss him, only to get a massive headache because of the whole body-swapping imbroglio. Probably for the best, given all of Petey's other problems.
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Rogue and Gambit, having drawn the short straw, are searching the sewers for Golgotha, while simultaneously having a heavy, in-depth talk about their relationship and their feelings and all the doubts getting in the way of those things. Speaking of getting in the way, the couple stumbles onto Wolverinehalf-drowned in a river of poopy water.
Gambit, feeling pretty low and petty, suggests that maybe Rogue and Logan should be together. So, naturally, they immediately make out-- like, immediately.
Which, given the fact that they had no history, was kind of weird. Once this is all figured out and the X-Men decide they can trust Joseph, he joins the team and begins a brief relationship with Rogue.