X-Men Volume 1

DVD cover

X-Men Volume One is a two-disc DVD collection of X-Men episodes. It is produced by Buena Vista Home Entertainment.

It was released at the same time as X-Men Volume Two on April 28, 2009.


Script # Title Writer(s) Original Airdate Production Code
1 "Night Of The Sentinels, Part One" Mark Edward Edens October 31, 1992 101
2 "Night Of The Sentinels, Part Two" Mark Edward Edens November 7, 1992 102
3 "Enter Magneto" Jim Carlson
Terrence McDonnell
November 27, 1992 103
4 "Deadly Reunions" Don Glutt January 23, 1993 104
5 "Captive Hearts" Robert N. Skir
Marty Isenberg
January 30, 1993 105
6 "Cold Vengeance" Michael Edens February 6, 1993 106
7 "Slave Island" Mark Edward Edens February 13, 1993 107
8 "The Unstoppable Juggernaut" Julianne Klemm March 6, 1993 108
9 "The Cure" Mark Edward Edens February 20, 1993 109
10 "Come The Apocalypse" Michael Edens February 27, 1993 110
11 "Days Of Future Past, Part One" Julia Jane Lewald March 13, 1993 111
12 "Days Of Future Past, Part Two" Robert N. Skir
Marty Isenberg
March 20, 1993 112
13 "The Final Decision" Robert N. Skir
Marty Isenberg
March 27, 1993 113
14 "Till Death Do Us Part, Part One" Mark Edward Edens October 23, 1993 201
15 "Till Death Do Us Part, Part Two" Michael Edens October 30, 1993 202
16 "Whatever It Takes" Julia Jane Lewald November 6, 1993 203


Volume One sold nearly 97,000 copies in its first week, placing it in the top twenty for home video sales. Volume Two, which had been released concurrently sold nearly 91,000 copies. Following the release of Volume Three and Volume Four this is still the best selling of the X-Men Volume DVD releases. [1][2]

The DVD sold better than The Spectacular Spider-Man Volume Four, released the previous week, which did not make the top thirty.

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