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Series X-Men
Release Date November 11, 1995
Episode Number 64
Writer Jan Strnad

Apocalypse begins to kidnap the psychics of the universe. What is his malicious plan? (Beyond Good and Evil, Part Two)


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  • Psylocke's license plate is THX 1138, a reference to the George Lucas film of the same name.
  • Shard says that Angel is destined to become part of the X-Men. Although it may seem like an inconsistency as he was part of the first class, she has already demonstrated that she does not always get her time periods right and was referring to his previous membership. It may have also meant that he rejoined the team at some point.






Comic Book Resources ranked the Beyond Good and Evil mini-series collectively as number five in their ranking of the top fifteen episodes of the series. They felt this was the best when it came to ambitious storytelling noting how it felt like a series finale in how grand, sprawling, and operatic it was. They noted how it took full advantage of how truly intimidating Apocalypse is as a villain calling it the quintessential Apocalypse story of the series. They claimed everything about the episodes worked becoming epic, big, and incredibly audacious in the best way possible. [1]

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