Mutant Mania: Diving Deep into X-Men ’97

Season 01 : Episode 57

Embark on a nostalgic odyssey with the Age of Geek crew as they unpack the thrilling full season of ‘X-Men ’97’. Marvel enthusiasts, assemble for an insightful episode where Robert, Marlee, James, and Collin expertly dissect the animated series revival that’s captured the hearts of ’90s kids and new fans alike. Get ready for a deep dive into the high-stakes adventures of your favorite mutants, exploring every twist and turn of the season. Listen in as we tackle the most poignant moments, character arcs, and discuss how ‘X-Men ’97’ stands in the landscape of Marvel’s animated legacy. ‘X-Men ’97 season recap,’ ‘Marvel podcast,’ and ‘animated series analysis,’ this episode is a treasure trove for those looking to immerse themselves in superhero lore and criticism.”

In the second installment, the dialogue turns to the broader impact of ‘X-Men ’97’ on the genre of comic book adaptations and its role in the resurgence of superhero animation. The Age of Geek team dissects how the show balances homage with innovation, and its significance in the era of streaming. For fans who crave a comprehensive look at the series and its place in the pantheon of Marvel’s animated works, this podcast is your prime destination.

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Collin Farmer

Managing Partner - If you look up the word “geek” in the dictionary, you won’t find a picture of Collin. The definition though is “an enthusiast or expert especially in a technological field or activity” which couldn’t describe him any more perfectly. Whether it’s music, movies, technology, or any other number of interests, Collin is a geek to the core. When he’s not spending time with his beautiful wife or son, Collin can often be found improving companies and their IT infrastructure at his day job. If he’s not there, find a computer or TV because you’re going to find him podcasting, researching new technology, playing video games, or watching either endless amounts of Chuck reruns or Star Wars.

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