Holy crap, those 90s X-Men Cartoons were Terrible

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Since stumbling upon it in 5th grade channel surfing one Sunday morning, I became an avid regular watcher of the cartoon as a kid.

Just as Robert Altman films and ensemble shows optimize your attention span by dividing it among multiple storylines, I liked how the X-Men delved into relatively interesting characters and then threw different side and recurring characters into the…

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Orrin Konheim

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Freelance journalist w/professional bylines in 3 dozen publications, writing coach, google me. Patreon: http://www.patreon/com/okjournalist Twitter: okonh0wp

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