Today episode three arrives on iTunes for $1.99, which may seem steep for a 15 minute motion comic, but is still roughly half the cost of the current series in print form so it's actually a relatively good value.
Episode one is available to stream for free on Hulu if you want to test the waters first. I've been pretty impressed with the animation and voice acting so far. This motion comic really puts the emphasis on motion, making it feel almost traditionally animated.
For fans who have already read the printed series it's pretty rad to see Cassaday's art come alive, but I'd be interested to hear reactions from non-comics fans.
Check out a trailer for episode 3 after the jump to see what you think.
"Marvel is proud to unveil your first look at episode 3 of the Astonishing X-Men Motion Comic! Based on the acclaimed story by superstars Joss Whedon (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and John Cassaday (Captain America), the X-Men are faced with a mysterious new villain and a possible cure for the mutant gene! Now Cyclops, Wolverine and all your favorite mutants must face the greatest threats of their lives and, before it's all done, experience one of the most jaw-dropping moments in Marvel history!"
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