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For years Professor Charles Xavier and Magneto have stood as opposite poles in the battle for mutant rights. But as Deadpool has discovered, things weren't always so frosty between these two rivals, in fact once upon a time they were downright groovy!
Travel back to the swinging 60s and see the early days of the X-Men as they lead a Mutant Invasion of America that has teen girls screaming and burning their bras! Find out how Charles earned the nickname "The Cute One"! Witness the rift between Magneto and the Flower Children of the Atom! Behold Cyclops and Iceman dancing like they were born to do!
Wait a minute Deadpool, you sure this thing's accurate?
Well, regardless, enjoy the latest episode of Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! And judge "X-Men: The True Early Years" for yourself! Far out, man!
And for a closer look at some of this episode's Easter Eggs, check out this post on Agent M's blog: http://fans.marvel.com/agent_m/blog/2011/06/01/x-men_album_art About Marvel Super Heroes: What The--? Witness a Marvel Universe like you have never seen before with a comedic take on your favorite heroes and villains using stop motion animation! Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! continues Marvel’s tradition of comic book satires as made popular in the Marvel comic book series NOT BRAND ECHH (from the 1960s) and What The--?! (from the 1990s). This time around, it’s not only a new millennium but a new medium, with Marvel exercising its might in the world of stop-motion animation.
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