Rotten Tomatoes reports that Marvel Studios’ X-Men ’97 sets an incredible new record.

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From start to finish in its debut season, X-Men ’97 was able to keep up its high caliber. After the Season 1 conclusion, the show maintains an astounding 99% near-perfect rating on Rotten Tomatoes. As a result, X-Men ’97 is now officially the highest-rated Marvel Studios production ever. With a score of 98%, it exceeds the previous record set by Ms. Marvel. With an approval rating of 96%, X-Men ’97 is likewise greater than Black Panther, the highest-rated film in the MCU. The first season of X-Men ’97 has officially broken these records and is the best-reviewed Marvel Studios production. Going into the series, the powers that be at Marvel Studios appeared to have great hopes for X-Men ’97. It was made public prior to the release of the first season that a second was already in early production. Since then, it has come to light that a third season is also now in development. It has also just been disclosed that Marvel Studios will finally go forward with a planned movie remake that would integrate the mutant squad into the MCU, demonstrating that audiences enjoy X-Men content. Screenplay writer Michael Lesslie (The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes) has been selected.

“The animatic phase is still present. You are undoubtedly aware of how long animation takes to produce. Regarding the status of the second season, Marvel Studios executive Brad Winderbaum stated in an interview that “there was a great bit about this in Invincible Season 2.” “They just nailed it so hard, it is the greatest.” Winderbaum said, hinting that those anxious to see Season 2 shouldn’t have to suffer too much during the wait “And it animation takes a long time.” There’s a gap because the studio wants to see how successful the first season is before approving the second. There might not be as much of a lag because we were fortunate enough to receive approval prior to airing. All people need to do is be patient with us.” The second season of the program will still make use of Beau DeMayo’s creative efforts, despite the fact that he left Marvel after creating the series and showrunning the first season. Why DeMayo quit the series is still a mystery. Holly Chou, George Buza, A.J. LoCascio, Ray Chase, Jennifer Hale, Alison Sealy-Smith, Cal Dodd, J.P. Karliak, and Lenore Zann are among the voice actors.

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