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WXM: Final Crisis Trilogy DVD
By The Editor
August 17, 2010 - 03:32


Marvel Animation and Lionsgate Home Entertainment team up to bring Wolverine fans the sixth and final DVD installment from Nicktoons first season of the hit animated series "Wolverine and the X-Men" next Tuesday, August 17. The "Wolverine and the X-Men: Final Crisis Trilogy" features the action-packed 3-part season finale that follows the besieged Mutants as they find themselves in the midst of an epic battle to preserve their peaceful sanctuary on Genosha!

The battle for the future ends in a shattering three-part finale. It's time to save the world from Xavier's catastrophic future in "Volume 6: Final Crisis Trilogy," as Wolverine and the X-Men stop at nothing to prevent the world's end. The shadowy Inner Circle has captured Jean Grey in order to possess the dangerous Phoenix inside her, while Magneto uses Mystique disguised as Senator Kelly, to launch the Sentinels on Genosha. After discovering the truth about the Circle's plan, Emma Frost realizes she alone must try to harness the Phoenix force and save Jean before it's too late.

Meanwhile, in the future, Xavier unwillingly helps Master Mold track down every mutant on the planet...for execution. Only Wolverine can stop both Magneto and the Inner Circle to prevent the devastating future Xavier has foretold. Get ready for the ultimate battle in these three game-changing episodes. Who will succeed? The battle for the future has arrived.

Check out this clip from "Wolverine and the X-Men: Final Crisis Trilogy" that reveals the true culprit behind the explosion that sent Professor X into the future! And remember, get the "Wolverine and the X-Men: Final Crisis Trilogy" on Tuesday, August 17!

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