Season One of X-Men Evolution first aired its pilot on November 4, 2000, and began its episodic run on May 12, 2001. The finale aired on May 12, 2001. It is succeeded by season three, retitled Season 3, which debuted on September 29, 2002.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code|
|Growing Pains||Greg Johnson||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||September 29, 2001||201|
When Scott and Kurt use their powers to save several people from a car crash, the question of how much they're willing to ignore to keep their powers secret comes up. Professor X maintains that the world is not ready...
|Power Surge||Sam Liu||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||October 6, 2001||202|
Jean's abilities start growing in sudden bursts. At first she tries to ignore it, but with each burst she has increasing trouble regaining control. Meanwhile, the school gets a new science/phy-ed. teacher....
|Bada-Bing Bada-Boom||Steven E. Gordon||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||October 13, 2001||203|
After being grounded for reckless behavior during a training mission, Tabitha doesn't need her father asking her to steal money for "her mother"... Kurt develops a crush on Boom Boom because of her carefree spirit and adventurous nature...
|Fun and Games||Greg Johnson||Greg Johnson and Kevin Hopps, Craig Kyle||October 20, 2001||204|
A malfunction in Juggernaut's stasis field leaves the X-Men without adult supervision. Deciding to hold a party, they ditch Scott and Jean in the wilderness. However, things soon get out of control when one of the guests gives himself access to Cerebro...
|The Beast of Bayville||Christopher Berkeley||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||October 27, 2001||205|
The kids get worried when the normally cool and collected teacher Hank McCoy starts having fits of animal rage...
|Adrift||Steven E. Gordon||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle and Nicole Dubuc||November 3, 2001||206|
Scott becomes lost at sea when trying to find his brother, who was swept out by freak wave while surfing...
|On Angel's Wings||Jay Oliva||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||December 15, 2001||207|
Xavier starts worrying about the existence of mutants becoming public knowledge when the media starts reporting multiple sightings of a man with angel wings. With most of the X-Men on Christmas leave, and Cerebro down for repairs, Scott and Rogue are left having to track the man down themselves...
|African Storm||Greg Johnson||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle and Tom Pugsley||November 17, 2001||208|
An African witch-doctor comes to the institute to steal Storm's powers while she is faced with the decision to send Evan back to his parents...
|Joyride||Steven E. Gordon||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle and Kevin Hopps||December 1, 2001||209|
Lance comes to the mansion, wanting to join the X-Men. Unfortunately, he has a hard time fitting in, and it doesn't get any easier when he gets the blame for some of the other students' nightly joyrides in the various X-Men vehicles...
|Walk on the Wild Side||Nicole Dubuc||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||March 2, 2002||210|
When Jean and Amara feel like the boys think they are stronger than the girls are, Tabitha decides that they should form a girl's crime fighting club. After getting Kitty and Rogue to join, they begin to fight crime at...
|Operation: Rebirth||Andrew Robinson||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||March 30, 2002||211|
Magneto steals the remains of the top secret "Rebirth" project, a project Wolverine helped shut down all the way back in World War II...
|Mindbender||Steven E. Gordon||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||January 1, 2001||212|
Jean has nightmares about huge circus clowns, then is controlled by the master of that circus, with Nightcrawler, Kitty, and Spyke controlled also...
|Shadow Dance||Michael Chang||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||February 2, 2001||213|
Forge is working on a device that will let Kurt teleport around the world when they realize when Kurt teleports, he passes through a beast-infested dimension. After a close shave, Kurt vows not to work on the project anymore, but..
|Retreat||Tom Pugsley||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||February 16, 2001||214|
While Beast is taking Kitty, Bobby, Evan, and two other new recruits on a camping trip, a few hunters decide that Beast is really a Big Foot, and they plan to trap him...
|The Hex Factor||Tom Pugsley||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||April 20, 2001||215|
Mystique breaks the Scarlet Witch out of an asylum and brings her to Brotherhood House. Mystique kicks Tabitha out of the house. Quicksilver meets up with his sister, the Scarlet Witch. The X-Men get defeated by the Brotherhood for the first time. Lance shows more feelings for Kitty...
|Day of Reckoning I||Steven E. Gordon||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||May 11, 2001||216|
Wolverine suddenly vanishes, as the Brotherhood members team up with the X-Men to defeat Magneto. They take off to fight him, leaving behind the new recruits. As soon as the ships take off, the institute goes into self-destruct mode. Before...
|Day of Reckoning II||Steven E. Gordon||Greg Johnson, Craig Kyle||May 11, 2001||217|
The Brotherhood/X-Men arrive where Magneto is with his new allies, but Quicksilver suddenly reveals he is part of Magneto's team. The others begin to battle the allies, but without warning, Magneto caves in the ground, and a mega-robot sentinel is...
The second season saw the addition of several new mutants, including the Beast. During the course of the season it was revealed that the villains who supposedly perished on Asteroid M were in fact alive. Sabretooth, meanwhile, continued his pursuit of Wolverine, while Magneto continued to work his own agenda. Mystique posed as Risty Wilde, a high school student at Bayville High who befriends Rogue, and broke into the mansion, stealing Xavier's Cerebro files. Using the files, she recovered Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch, Magneto's daughter and Quicksilver's twin sister. The mentally unstable uber-mutant joined The Brotherhood upon Mystique's return, allowing them to defeat the X-Men in a battle at the Bayville mall. Before the finale, a pivotal episode aired featuring the telepath Mesmero opening one of three doors that would unleash a mutant known as Apocalypse. In the season finale, Xavier rigorously trained his X-Men to face Magneto, pairing them with the Brotherhood. Cyclops, furious with having to work with his former adversaries, left the team. The mansion was later set to self-destruct with Cyclops and several students still inside. Magneto, meanwhile, recruited Sabretooth, Gambit, Pyro, and Colossus as his Acolytes to fight the X-Men/Brotherhood team. At the same time, Wolverine was captured by Bolivar Trask for use as a test subject for the anti-mutant weapon, the Sentinel. The Sentinel was unleashed onto the city, forcing the X-Men to use their powers in public.kiss m but Wanda tracked down Magneto and attempted to crush him with the Sentinel. When the mutants who hadn't been captured by the Sentinel returned to the remains of the mansion, Cyclops and the students emerged from the explosion unharmed. Scott threw Xavier from his wheelchair and blamed him for blowing up the mansion. Xavier calmly stood up, transforming into Mystique.
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.
- 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