|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code|
|Impact||Greg Johnson||Greg Johnson||August 30, 2003||401|
Magneto ruthlessly hunts Apocalypse, but the X-Men aren't so eager. When nothing can be done about Mystique, the professor gives her to The Brotherhood. Much to Rogue's objection, Nightcrawler brings it back. Jean Grey discovers Apocalypse is in Mexico...
|No Good Deed||Sam Liu||Sam Liu||September 6, 2003||402|
When The Brotherhood saves a few people after Wanda accidentally causes a subway accident, they are regarded as heroes. The X-Men are utterly repulsed. The Brotherhood begins to cause accidents just to get famous. When the X-Men figure it out, Pietro tricks Wanda into using her powers to make it look like the X-Men are the villains...
|Target X||Craig Kyle||Christopher Yost||September 13, 2003||403|
Wolverine is kidnapped, but escapes in the forest. X-23 returns and teams up with Wolverine and is de-termed to fish what she has started, and take down the rest of H.Y.D.R.A.!
|Sins of the Son||Marsha F. Griffin||Marsha F. Griffin||September 20, 2003||404|
The team comes to the aid of David Haller, Charles Xavier's son, who has been kidnapped while going to school in Scotland...
|Uprising||Greg Johnson||Bob Forward||September 27, 2003||405|
With anti-mutant hysteria on the rise, a further mutated Spyke does all he can to protect his fellow Morlocks from attacks. He then comes to the aid of a couple of the New Mutants from Duncan Matthew and his friends which leads to trouble when he later seeks revenge. Meanwhile, Trask is released from prison with the anticipation his Sentinels may be needed against him. Meanwhile, a young boy named Dorian Leach is exhibiting mutant abilities that can't be hidden as he also becomes a target of hate crimes...
|Cajun Spice||Michael Merton||Greg Johnson||October 4, 2003||406|
Gambit kidnaps Rogue and tells her he is trying to help her to forget what she did to Mystique. When everyone notice she is missing, Wolverine senses Gambits smell and goes to Magnetos base where he find Pyro and tells him the Acolytes are separated and he does not know where Gambit is. Gambit takes Rogue to the city where a couple of criminals reconcile him and attack them both...
|Ghost of a Chance||Greg Johnson||Tom Pugsley||October 11, 2003||407|
Shadowcat is saved from a rockslide by a mutant girl named Danielle Moonstar. Danielle quickly joins the institute, but immediately causes trouble during a training session when she causes the nightmares of Jean Grey, Nightcrawler, and Kitty to come true. That night, Wolverine, Charles Xavier, and Storm also have powerful nightmares, worrying Kitty that her new friend will be expelled from the institute. When Kitty wakes up the next morning, Danielle isn't there...
|Ascension I||Greg Johnson||Greg Johnson||October 18, 2003||408|
Apocalypse awakens on Earth and the X-Men, everyone, including The Brotherhood come together to create four different teams to try and stop him...
|Ascension II||Greg Johnson||Greg Johnson||October 25, 2003||409|
It all comes down to this, the final battle between The X-Men and Apocalypse. However now, they not only have to fight him. But he has taken control of their mentors: Charles Xavier, Storm, Mystique, and Magneto
The final (and darker) season contained only nine episodes. In the season premiere, Apocalypse killed Magneto while Rogue murdered Mystique by pushing her petrified figure off a cliff, leaving her distraught son, Nightcrawler, without closure. The Brotherhood became temporary do-gooders, Wolverine's teenage girl clone X23 returned, Spyke and the Morlocks rose to the surface, Shadowcat discovered a mutant ghost, Rogue was kidnapped by Gambit and taken to Louisiana to help free his father, and Xavier attempted to defeat his evil son. In the finale, Apocalypse defeated Xavier and Storm, transforming them, along with Magneto and Mystique, as his Four Horsemen. Apocalypse instructed his Horsemen to protect his four domes, which would turn the entire world population into mutants. In the final battle, the Horsemen were returned to normal and Apocalypse was once again entombed. Rogue and Nightcrawler refused the excuses of their mother, Shadowcat and Avalanche found love once again, and Xavier saw his students reunited as the X-Men.
In X-Men Evolution, being a teenager means proving yourself over and over—to peers, parents, teachers, mentors and, ultimately, to yourself. But what if you're not just a normal teenager? What if you're a teenage super hero? Are you ready to join the ranks of the great heroes and prove you're worthy of the x-Men? That's exactly what the members of X-Men Evolution—,Jean Grey, Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Shadowcat, and Rogue—will find out, whether they have what it takes to be a proven hero. This exciting adventure series is produced by Warner Bros. Animation and based upon characters from Marvel Comics.
Major plot lines
- Five young heroes—Jean Grey, Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Shadowcat, and Rogue—form the covert ops team to undertake covert operations on behalf of the Charles Xavier.
- Scott McNeil as Wolverine
- Venus Terzo as Jean Grey
- Kirby Morrow as Cyclops
- Brad Swaile as Nightcrawler
- Maggie Blue O'Hara as Shadowcat
- Meghan Black as Rogue
- David Kaye as Charles Xavier
- Kristen Williamson as Storm
- Vanessa Marshall as Mystique
- Christopher Judge as Magneto
- Christopher Grey as Avalanche
- Greg Johnson Developer / Executive producer / Writer
- Bob Forward Executive producer / Writer
- Greg Johnson
- Bob Forward
- Simon Furman
- Christy Marx
- Randy Littlejohn