Anime IRON MAN and X-MEN Head to Home Video
Marvel's turning Japanese, I really think so...
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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Marvel Animation release the IRON MAN ANIME and X-MEN ANIME on DVD April 24th. With 12 episodes and bonus features in each DVD, bring home the action and adventures of Iron Man and the X-Men in the classic anime style. Guided by best-selling author Warren Ellis (Iron Man: Extremis, Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis) and produced by Madhouse for Marvel Television and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan (SPEJ). Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is the distributor.
The IRON MAN ANIME stars Adrian Pasdar (Heroes, Castle, Profit) as the voice of Tony Stark. The set contains special bonus features:
∑ Re-Imagining Iron Man explores the plot and themes of the anime series.
∑ 21st Century Hero: The Technology of Iron Man introduces fans to Tony Starkís high-tech suits and gadgets.
∑ Special Cross Talk round table discussion with the creators of the Iron Man and Wolverine anime series.
∑ Voicing Tony Stark, an interview with Japanese actor, Keiji Fujiwara.
The X-MEN ANIME features the voice of actor Scott Porter as Cyclops (The Good Wife, Friday Night Lights, Caprica). The set includes:
∑ Re-Examining The X-Men takes viewers behind-the-scenes of creating X-Menís mutant tales.
∑ X-Men: A Team of Outsiders provides an in-depth exploration of Marvelís most heroic and infamous mutants.
∑ Special Talk Session round table discussion with the creators of Marvel anime'sX-Men and Blade.
Source: Sony Pictures