I was going to wait until I had these all done, but I have to add Shadowcat and Beast to the line-up, so I’m doing them in batches of four instead! 

Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Jean Grey, and Cyclops as they appear in X-Men: Evolution (2000-2003). One of my fav shows as a kid and it holds up so well!! 

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“I’m bigger than my body. I’m colder than this home. I’m meaner than my demons. I’m bigger than these bones.” x.




This comic and much of the dialogue was inspired by @enide-s-dear‘s text post.  I couldn’t resist because Kurt is the cutest and purest.

While I was working on this comic, I came across an interview with the director of X-Men Apocalypse  in which he said “We discover Nightcrawler in East Berlin, where he has to queue to get a loaf of bread.”  Suddenly, Kurt not knowing about things like “malls” and “frozen beverages” in XMA makes even more sense and also makes this comic even more plausible.  Poor sweet child.

Why is Quicksilver tagged?  Watch the last panel closely.

X-Men: Evolution tho

I feel like people are forgetting how great this show is so I want to remind you all that:

  • Mystique was literally every new character and every other villain
  • I’m not kidding. New student? Mystique.The principal? Mystique. That Scottish punk rocker? Mystique.
  • That bird? Also Mystique. If someone is not a main character then they are Mystique.
  • Sometimes if someone is a main character they are still Mystique, like the episode where it turns out that Professor X was Mystique for the whole season
  • Magneto menacingly twirls paperclips in the air in like half the scenes
  • Magneto refuses to stand and instead floats at all times, even if it’s just an inch above the ground
  • Magneto is only shown as a helmet hiding in the shadows for the entire first season
  • Storm is boss as hell and was worshiped as a goddess when she was younger
  • There was an episode where all of the girls lowkey started a gang and tore shit up and kicked the asses of villains more effectively than the entire X-team did for the whole series???
  • Wolverine and Sabretooth fought every time they saw each other. In the mall? On top of a parking garage? While on motorcyles? Fight WITH THE MOTORCYCLES? Like they could literally smell one another miles away and they would run through the whole city just to fight one another, it’s ridiculous
  • The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants crashed a high school soccer game once
  • Everyone in the Brotherhood is a sassy asshole and I love it, esp Quicksilver
  • Professor X is completely unfit to supervise children but people keep giving him their children to supervise
  • Including his own son, whom he, predictably, also failed to supervise
  • There was an episode where hunters caught Beast because they thought he was Bigfoot
  • Right before Jean was going to confess her ~feelings~ to Scott Mystique fucking kidnaps him and throws him to wolves in the desert lol. Professor X also refused to believe another fucking telepath when she said Scott was in danger
  • One of the characters joins a cabal of sewer mutants after he is disfigured by drinking soda that functions as mutant poison
  • Magneto had some secret headquarters at a ski resort
  • Blob knows how to make radish roses
  • The show is surprisingly positive and has great female characters and also some really good commentary about marginalized groups???
  • It’s also really true to the comics and does a lot of great side characters justice
  • Wolverine is like two feet tall in the show, just like in the comics, he’s a great angry munchkin tbh

I’m in so deep with these characters. I love them all so much.

They’re now for sale on my RedBubble account if you’d like to purchase stickers of them!!

I plan to sell prints of these guys soon too, so stay tuned for that<3

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In the first episode of Netflix’s Stranger Things, there’s a slip of an X-Men reference. It’s tiny, barely there.

“Race back to my place? Winner gets a comic,” Dustin says, as he and Will speed home.

“Any comic?” Will says, before taking off into the darkness. “I’ll take your X-Men 134!”

That mention of a specific X-Men comic is the last thing Will says to his friend, and to the audience, before disappearing. And it’s not just a random comic book in Dustin’s collection.

Uncanny X-Men No. 134 is one of the most popular and significant issues in X-Men canon. It kicks off the most important X-Men story in Marvel history, and it contains the first appearance of one of the most destructive forces in the X-Men universe. And viewed through the lens of Stranger Things, it’s both a taste of what’s to come on the show and an homage to the X-Men character known as Jean Grey.