December 16th, 2016

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Mutant X Websites: The Breedlove Foundation



From 2001-02 Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they disappeared in early 2005. This site has archives of the faux website The Breedlove Foundation, before its disappearance. I'm saving this here in case this archive vanishes as well, but none of the following material is my own.
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Mutant X Websites: Genomex.net (Part 1)



From 2001-02 Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. This site has archives of the faux website, Genomex.net, prior to its disappearance. I am saving this material here in case this archive vanishes as well, but none of the following material is my own.

Genomex Part One: Research & Security ~ Genomex Part Two: Personnel & Emails


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Mutant X Websites: Genomex.net (Part 2)



From 2001-02 Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. Taken from the Internet Archives of Tribune Entertainment's faux website, Genomex.net, none of the following material is my own.

Genomex Part One: Research & Security ~ Genomex Part Two: Personnel & Emails


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Mutant X Websites: The Midnight Press (Part 1)



From 2001-02, Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. This site has archives of the faux website The Midnight Press before its disappearance. I'm saving this here in case this archive vanishes as well, but none of the following material is my own.

The Midnight Press Part One ~ The Midnight Press Part Two


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Mutant X Websites: The Midnight Press (Part 2)



From 2001-02, Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. The following information is from The Internet Archives of Tribune Entertainment's faux website, The Midnight Press; none of this material is my own.


The Midnight Press Part One ~ The Midnight Press Part Two

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Mutant X Websites: Mutant X Lives (Part 1)



From 2001-02, Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. This site has archives of Tribune Entertainment's Mutant X Lives site prior to its demise. I'm saving this here in case this archive vanishes as well, but none of the following material is my own.

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Mutant X Websites: Mutant X Lives (Part 2)



From 2001-02, Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. Taken from The Internet Archives of the faux website Mutant X Lives prior to its disappearance, none of the following material is my own.

MXL Part 1: The Underground ~ MXL Part 2: Adam's Diary ~ MXL Part 3: Sanctuary ~ MXL Part 4: Adam's Serials


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Mutant X Websites: Mutant X Lives (Part 3)



From 2001-02, Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. Taken from Internet Archives of the faux website Mutant X Lives, none of the following material is my own.

MXL Part 1: The Underground ~ MXL Part 2: Adam's Diary ~ MXL Part 3: Sanctuary ~ MXL Part 4: Adam's Serials


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Mutant X Websites: Mutant X Lives (Part 4)



From 2001-02, Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. Taken from Internet Archives of the faux website Mutant X Lives, none of the following material is my own.

MXL Part 1: The Underground ~ MXL Part 2: Adam's Diary ~ MXL Part 3: Sanctuary ~ MXL Part 4: Adam's Serials


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Mutant X Websites: My Friend's Bookstore



From 2001-02, Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. This site has an archive of Tribune Entertainment's faux website, My Friend's Bookstore, prior to its disappearance. I'm saving this here in case this archive vanishes as well, but none of the following material is my own.


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Mutant X Websites: There's A Genetic Conspiracy (TAGC)



From 2001-02, Tribune Entertainment created six Mutant X faux websites as part of the Mutant X official site, in order to supplement the information from the television series. These sites featured a great wealth of background information about the Mutant X characters and plot's storylines, but they vanished in early 2005. This site has archives of the faux website, TAGC: There's a Genetic Conspiracy, prior to its disappearance. I'm saving this material here in case this archive vanishes as well, but none of the following material is my own.


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