Ah, X-Men:Evolution. One of my favorite episodes has flashbacks to Wolverine in WWII, fighting side-by-side with Captain America. One of their last missions was liberating the camp that was holding the boy who would become Magneto.
I've already said this, but had Wolverine and the X-Men been allowed more seasons, here's what I think would have happened:
-lead up to or prevent the Age of Apocalypse
-Wolverine, Cyclops, and Jean settle the relationship triangle business
-Magneto finds out he, the Brotherhood, and the X-Men were played for chumps by the Inner Circle, and he single handedly kicks their asses
-Wolverine and the X-Men all take on Weapon X, bring in X-23, and find out about its origins in WWII as Weapon I, a.k.a. Project Rebirth, the very same one that turned Steve Rogers into Captain America, which would lead to...
-team up with the Avengers! I was convinced they were in the same universe anyway.
I also ponder about the future of Spectacular Spider-Man, great as that show was. My theory/fanboy-wish: since the major criminal bigwigs through the series are either arrested (Tombstone, Silvermane, Doctor Octopus) or got out of dodge (Green Goblin) leaving a big void to fill, and the only man big enough for the job is Wilson Fisk, The Kingpin. And if you think he's only Daredevil's nemesis, I say, good! Bring him in, too! His friendship with Spider-Man is supposed to be one of Marvel's most celebrated, and here could be more antagonists, like Bullseye and Elektra.
I have to admit, I actually quite liked Armored Adventures. While I felt the animation was a bit wonky (I prefer traditional animation over CGI) story and character-wise it was pretty solid. They did a pretty good job in updating a lot of the 'classic' Iron Man villains - if you recall, originally they were various racist stereotypes when first conceived in the comics that nowadays are majorly cringeworthy. Pepper was hilarious, Rhodey makes a good support for Tony and lets not forget, this is pretty much the only incarnation of Iron Man where Howard Stark wasn't a massive dick.
I really wish the series had gotten another season, especially with the way it ended - I'd bet good money that the plan was to bring together the Avengers eventually since Black Widow, Hawkeye and Hulk had already been 'guests' on the show and Captain America in deep-freeze was already in SHIELD custody.
And the X-Men. There was an episode they had to fight Magneto, with help from Jean Grey, using the cover name Annie Claremont. At the end of that, who should arrive at Tony's school with an offer for Jean but Prof. Charles Xavier.