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'''X-Men''' is a [[science fantasy]]/[[science fiction|fiction]] film series that started in 2000 with the movie "X-Men" directed by Bryan Singer.
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'''X-Men''' is a [[science fantasy]]/[[science fiction|fiction]] film series that started in 2000 with the movie "X-Men" directed by Bryan Singer.<ref>[https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001741/ Bryan Singer - IMDb]</ref>
  
It is based on a comic book series of the same name(though unlike it's Comics counterpart, it has [[Fermi paradox]]). <ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-Men X-Men - Wikipedia]</ref>
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It is based on a comic book series of the same name (though unlike it's Comics counterpart, it has [[Fermi paradox]]).<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-Men X-Men - Wikipedia]</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:20, 23 January 2021

X-Men is a science fantasy/fiction film series that started in 2000 with the movie "X-Men" directed by Bryan Singer.[1]

It is based on a comic book series of the same name (though unlike it's Comics counterpart, it has Fermi paradox).[2]

Plot

The "X-Men" are people who have undergone the next phase of evolution, each possessing a unique newly acquired ability.

The X-Men series follows their stories, with two sides of X-Men often battling each other over their worldview—one team of mutants who want to coexist peacefully with humans—the other who believe that humans and mutants should never coexist.

Transhumanist Elements

X-Men mainly uses fantasy elements relating to transhumanism, the X-Men themselves and their enhanced abilities link closely to humans who want to be better than themselves. They are somewhat transhuman in their own right.

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