Oddly enough though, my favorite episode of the Fox Kids X-Men cartoon didn't feature Gambit at all. It introduced viewers to a government sponsored group of mutants called X-Factor.
X-Factor 100 was the second comic book I ever bought and it was because it had a shiny foil cover with Havoc holding a lifeless Madrox, the Multiple Man.
Many other things would happen over the course of comics including the X-books, but I always remember the excitement I had when I grabbed those newsstand copies that featured some of my favorite comic characters.
Cold Comfort remains my favorite go to episode of any cartoon (X-Men or other) and I just got done watching it on Disney+ a few moments ago.
Whenever it gets into the summer I always quote the first line of the episode "It's not the heat, it's the humidity" half a dozen a times.
In addition to introducing the viewers to X-Factor, the episode also introduced us to Bobby Drake aka Iceman.
For hoping for some cooler temperatures in the coming days, I am going to show some Ice parallels from Bowman Platinum.
Are there any cartoons you remember watching as a kid that you still enjoy watching as an adult?