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Series X-Men
Release Date February 27, 1993
Episode Number 10
Writer Michael Edens

Warren Worthington III praises a miracle cure for mutants, but not is as it seems when a sinister mutant reveals himself and the "cure's" true purpose.

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  • In the first act, the mechanical background sounds were from the opening scene from Ridley Scott's Alien.

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Comic Book Resources ranked the episode as number six on their list of the top fifteen episodes of the series. They felt it was a terrific sequel to "The Cure", also on the list, that fully reveals Apocalypse in all his "terrifying glory." They noted Professor X's line about not being able to reason with Apocalypse since power is his philosophy. They claimed it was adapted better here than he was in the live action film X-Men: Apocalypse. [1]

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