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Astonishing X-Men get Dangerous on DVD in April

By Patrick Luce Feb 2, 2012, 21:20 GMT

Marvel Knights Animation is set to present Astonishing X-Men: Dangerous on DVD April 10th from Shout! Factory.

Danger takes on a whole new meaning as the X-Men are forced to confront a reality they never thought possible. The highly popular “Dangerous” storyline and eye-popping visuals from the graphic novel by pop culture icons Joss Whedon and John Cassaday combine smart storytelling, incredible action, and startling revelations in the second story arc of the acclaimed Astonishing X-Men multi-part series.

This DVD invites viewers to delve deep inside the imaginative world of the Marvel Universe. A must have for collectors and loyal fans, this deluxe DVD is featured with a graphic rich cover and a unique replica of comic book-style packaging that bridges the comic book to DVD concept. It is priced to own at $14.97.

Synopsis: The tragic death of a student at the Xavier Institute reveals that a powerful enemy is working from inside the mansion to destroy the X-Men.  It’s an enemy who knows all their weaknesses and can predict their every move. 

This new foe doesn’t want wealth, power or world domination – it only wants them dead.  As the X-Men fight for their lives, they learn they’ve been deceived by one of their own.  Even if they survive, the team will never be the same.

Marvel Knights Animation Astonishing X-Men: Dangerous is produced by Atomic Studios; and written by Joss Whedon with art by John Cassaday.

Marvel Knights Animation remains true to the heritage of panel-by-panel graphic storytelling, boasting groundbreaking illustrations, sensational soundscapes, and of course, the explosiveness of the Mighty Marvel Universe.

Behind every image and every word lies the genius of Marvel’s celebrated creators like Robert Rodi, Esad Ribic, Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev, Joss Whedon, Reginald Hudlin, John Romita Jr, Warren Ellis, Adi Granov, John Cassaday, and more.

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