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A list of episodes from the first season of X-Men.


Script # Title Writer(s) Original Airdate Production Code
1 "Night of the Sentinels, Part One" Mark Edward Edens October 31, 1992 101
2 "Night of the Sentinels, Part Two" Mark Edward Edens November 7, 1992 102
3 "Enter Magneto" Jim Carlson
Terrence McDonnell
November 27, 1992 103
4 "Deadly Reunions" Don Glutt January 23, 1993 104
5 "Captive Hearts" Robert N. Skir
Marty Isenberg
January 30, 1993 105
6 "Cold Vengeance" Michael Edens February 6, 1993 106
7 "Slave Island" Mark Edward Edens February 13, 1993 107
8 "The Unstoppable Juggernaut" Julianne Klemm March 6, 1993 108
9 "The Cure" Mark Edward Edens February 20, 1993 109
10 "Come the Apocalypse" Michael Edens February 27, 1993 110
11 "Days of Future Past, Part One" Julia Jane Lewald March 13, 1993 111
12 "Days of Future Past, Part Two" Robert N. Skir
Marty Isenberg
March 20, 1993 112
13 "The Final Decision" Robert N. Skir
Marty Isenberg
March 27, 1993 113


In their first adventure the X-Men would gain a new ally, Jubilee but lose an old friend, Morph. They would battle Magneto, the Sentinels, Morlocks, and the unstoppable Juggernaut, and the immortal Apocalypse. A mutant named Bishop will come from a dark future to stop one of the X-Men from assassinating Senator Kelly. Meanwhile, they would have to deal with protecting a world that hates and fears them.

Home Video Releases


The entire season was released on videos produced by PolyGram Video.

The first four episodes were released on two VHS tapes by Pizza Hut. The Pizza Hut tapes also included roundtable discussions by Stan Lee and Scott Lobdell.

Universal Studios released several VHS tapes. X-Men: Night Of The Sentinels/Days of Future Past Special Edition contained Night of the Sentinels and Days of Future Past two-parters. X-Men: Magneto contained "Enter Magneto" and "Deadly Reunions". X-Men: Wolverine had "Captive Hearts" and "Cold Vengeance". X-Men: Mastermold had "Slave Island" and "The Unstoppable Juggernaut". X-Men: Apocalypse contained "The Cure" and "Come the Apocalypse". X-Men: Sentinel had "The Final Decision".

Buena Vista Home Entertainment released a VHS called X-Men: The Legend of Wolverine with "The Final Decision" as a bonus episode.


"The Final Decision" was released as a bonus episode on the DVD version of X-Men: The Legend of Wolverine.

The entire season was released on X-Men Volume One.

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