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X-Men Volume 2

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X-Men Volume Two 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 One on April 28, 2009.

EpisodesEdit

Script # Title Writer(s) Original Airdate Production Code
17 "Red Dawn" Francis Moss
Ted Pedersen
November 13, 1993 204
18 "Repo Man" Len Wein November 20, 1993 205
19 "X-Ternally Yours" Julianne Klemm December 4, 1993 206
20 "Time Fugitives, Part One" Michael Edens December 11, 1993 207
21 "Time Fugitives, Part Two" Elliot S. Maggin December 18, 1993 208
22 "A Rogue's Tale" Robert N. Skir
Marty Isenberg
January 8, 1994 209
23 "Beauty & the Beast" Stephanie Mathison January 15, 1994 210
24 "Mojovision" Brooks Wachtel February 5, 1994 211
25 "Reunion, Part One" Len Wein February 12, 1994 212
26 "Reunion, Part Two" Michael Edens February 19, 1994 213
27 "Out Of The Past, Part One" Michael Edens July 29, 1994 301
28 "Out Of The Past, Part Two" Len Wein August 5, 1994 302
29 "Sacrifice" Michael Edens September 5, 1994 303
30 "The Dark Shroud" Mark Edward Edens September 6, 1994 304
31 "Cry of the Banshee" Michael Edens September 7, 1994 305
32 "The Starjammers" Mark Edward Edens September 8, 1994 306
33 "Child of Light" Mark Edward Edens September 9, 1994 307

SalesEdit

Volume Two sold nearly 91,000 copies in its first week, placing it in the top twenty for home video sales. Volume One, which had been released concurrently sold nearly 97,000 copies. Following the release of Volume Three and Volume Four this is the second 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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