The Final Apocalypse Trailer Done in the Style of X-Men: The Animated Series

No X-Men film has ever come close to the feeling X-Men: The Animated Series gave me and they probably never will.

Here’s the real deal for comparison.

Are you looking forward to X-Men: Apocalypse? I was fairly disappointed in Days of Future Past but I’m still interested to see where they go with this. Won’t be there on opening day though.

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17 Responses to “The Final Apocalypse Trailer Done in the Style of X-Men: The Animated Series

  1. wondercube says:

    So I’m actually super stoked for this. I feel like I hear a lot of negative things? Maybe it’s because I’ve never been a huge X-Men fan so I’m less invested.

    First off, JUBILEE. So stoked. I doubt she’ll have a huge part though, since they seem to be focusing on Jean, Scott, and Nightcrawler a lot in the trailers. Kinda sad JLaw will be exiting the series as Mystique, but she’s had a good run.

    • Yeah, from everything we’ve seen it doesn’t look like they’re going to utilize Jubilee that much which is so silly.

      • wondercube says:

        If nothing else, I can hope this will be a breakout featuring for Lana Condor/Jubilee, and perhaps her role will be expanded in subsequent movies provided her rendition becomes popular enough.

  2. Zatar says:

    I liked Days of Future Past but I’m less than exited for this movie. I think X-men has always been best when dealing in something of a gray area. Even at his worst we should understand why Magneto takes the actions he does.

    Apocalypse though? He’s far to insane to really work on that level, and I don’t even think he’s stylish or cool about being pure evil the way say Mr Sinister or members of the Hell-fire club can be. He’s just boring. The films may change this but I’m not particularly exited.

    Also I don’t like the way it looks like there going with Storm.

    • schumannhertz says:

      yeah that’s what I feel like the thing with Apocalypse is – he’s gonna be boring on the big screen. I get the feeling that he should inspire the same feeling of hatred and whatever that Darkseid from DC does but instead, the trailers have me just ¯_(ツ)_/¯

      ETA: also 90s animated x-men was everything. I watched this show so many fucking times even my dad paid attention and would randomly sing the theme song!

  3. Stephen "Soup" Strange says:

    I like these fanmade trailers.

  4. the silver ravens says:

    i have only seen the first 3 x-men movies after that they kinda soured for me the only one i have seen since was first class and i really liked that one

    • wondercube says:

      I’ve liked the new movies a lot!

      • First class was kind of meh for me. There were bits I liked, and bits I didn’t so it all equaled out. DoFP hit all the right buttons for me and I really enjoyed it despite it’s problems. I’m probably going to end up seeing this one because I’m a sucker for the cast.

  5. the silver ravens says:

    i have so far managed to avoid all trailers for this movie i dont know why dont feel like watching them

  6. Brian Adkins says:

    Why were you slightly disappointed in DOFP?

  7. Jason Rye says:

    Da nanana da nanana da nanana da dah duh! Now I wonder if there is enough Avengers EMH footage to do the Civil War trailer.

    • Stephen "Soup" Strange says:

      I would say so. Heck, they have enough characters to include most of the people in the original event.