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We all love the opening title sequence to our series.  Will Meugniot and Larry Houston created it, storyboarded it, and, with Sidney Iwanter, supervised Ron Wasserman’s amazing creation of the title theme music.  It really works.  What few people know is that there was a time when we all thought that there would need to be narration during the opening titles.  Below is a draft I received from the would-be narrator, with some initial notes on it.  Luckily we all gave the idea a second thought and talked Margaret Loesch into scrapping the narration in favor of simple music and images.  Enjoy:

X-Men OPENING narration



Eric - showrunner/developed for television - and Julia - episode writer - for X-Men: The Animated Series 1992-1997 - now with 2 books about the experience: 1) the definitive oral history titled Previously on X-Men & 2) X-Men The Art and Making of the Animated Series

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We’re Eric Lewald & Julia Lewald, two members of the creative force behind the animated X-Men series of the ’90s looking to celebrate and share our appreciation for it with the fan base that made this show the culture-changing mega-hit it is today.

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