Evan Peters’ Quicksilver still steals the show in this expanded version of the X-Men movie hit.
Laser blasts don’t leave no blood behind.
Fee fye ho hum. And The Insider on Blu-ray.
You rebooted the franchises! Damn you to hell!
The cover has Sentinels on it. The opening credits have Sentinels in them. The back cover seems to promise this will be a really cool, animated adaptation of the classic X-Men comic-book two-parter “Days of Future Past.” So where in the flying hell are the Sentinels and a war-ravaged future in the freakin’ movie? Oh, right — they’re all at the end. For about ten seconds. Niiiiiiice. Adult fans of Marvel’s mutant super-hero team the X-Men — and even smaller fans over the age of seven — might be seriously disappointed in the new Wolverine and the X-Men: Heroes Return Trilogy. The DVD comprises the first three episodes of the same-titled series running on Nicktoons, and is in no way a spin-off of the previous X-seriesÂ that came before it. Wolverine and the X-Men starts off by jumping right into the story, figuring that pretty much everyone on the planet knows by now who the various X-Men are, courtesy of Bryan Singer.Â We’re shown a typical training sequence with Nightcrawler, Kitty Pryde and Colossus in the …