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X-Men (X-Men: Evolution)

CBUB Wins: 8
CBUB Losses: 8
Win Percentage: 50.00%

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X-Men: Evolution is an American animated television series about the Marvel Comics superhero team the X-Men. In this incarnation several of the characters are teenagers rather than adults. The series ran for a total of four seasons (52 episodes) from November 2000 until October 2003 on Kids' WB, which has made it the third longest running Marvel Comics animated series, behind only X-Men: The Animated Series and Spider-Man: The Animated Series. The series began running on Disney XD on June 15, 2009.

The first season introduces the core characters and lays the foundations for future storylines. Professor X, Cyclops, Wolverine, Storm and Jean Grey make up the original X-Men. As the season develops, the ranks of the X-Men are bolstered by the appearance of Nightcrawler in the first episode, Shadowcat in the second, Spyke in the fifth and Rogue (who originally joins the Brotherhood in the third episode) in the seventh. In the later episodes of this season, Nightcrawler discovers the identity of his birth mother, Wolverine finds answers to his past, Rogue switches sides to join the X-Men, and Xavier's half-brother, Juggernaut, is released from his prison.

Confrontations are typically with the Brotherhood, who vie for new recruits with the X-Men over the course of the season. Toad is the first to be introduced, followed by Avalanche, Blob and Quicksilver. The Brotherhood, led by Mystique, are in fact being directed by a higher power, the identity of whom was "revealed" in the two-part season finale as being Magneto. After Cyclops discovers that his brother, Alex, actually survived the plane crash that killed their parents, they are both taken by Magneto into his "sanctuary" on Asteroid M. Magneto captures several X-Men and Brotherhood members in an attempt to amplify their mutant abilities and remove their emotions. Asteroid M is destroyed by Scott and Alex Summers, but not before two unidentified metal objects fly from the exploding rock.

The second season sees the addition of several new mutants, including Beast, who becomes a teacher at the Xavier Institute and an X-Man, as well as a version of the New Mutants: Boom Boom, Sunspot, Iceman, Wolfsbane, Magma, Multiple, Jubilee, Berzerker, and Cannonball. During the course of the season, it is revealed that the villains who supposedly perished on Asteroid M are in fact alive. Sabretooth continues his pursuit of Wolverine, while Magneto continues to work his own agenda. Mystique poses as Risty Wilde, a high school student at Bayville High who befriends Rogue and breaks into the mansion to steal Xavier's Cerebro files. Using the files, she recovers Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch, Magneto's daughter and Quicksilver's sister. The mentally unstable mutant joins the Brotherhood upon Mystique's return, allowing them to defeat the X-Men in a battle at the Bayville mall. Before the finale, a pivotal episode aired featuring the telepath Mesmero opening one of three doors that would unleash a mutant known as Apocalypse.

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Win Z Fighters 126 to 124
Win The Hills Have Eyes mutants 86 to 9
Win The Creeper 72 to 19
Loss Ginyu Force 56 to 72
Win 00 Cyborgs 60 to 36
Win ThunderCats 80 to 35
Loss Darkseid 32 to 58
Win Teen Titans (2003 TV series) 59 to 57
Loss Justice League (DCAU) 4 to 22
Win Freddy Krueger 20 to 7
Win Specimen 6 (Alien) 14 to 8
Loss Defenders (Marvel) 2 to 19
Loss X-Men (Animated Series) 1 to 22
Loss Lilith (Mother Of Demons) 8 to 10
Loss Teen Titans 9 to 11
Loss Young Justice (TV Series) 14 to 17