FOX (ended 1997)




  • Season 4 Episode 11: Beyond Good and Evil (4)

  • Characters who appear in this episode, but don't speak: Cyclops, Storm, Gambit, Rogue, Jubilee, Mojo, Lilandra,Chancellor Araki II, and the abducted psychics: Gamesmaster, Karma, the Shadow King's human body, Revanche, Moondragon (from Avengers), Mesmero, Stryfe (Cable's evil clone), Phoenix II (Rachel Summers, daughter of Cyclops & Jean Grey from the "Days of Future Past" comics), Jason "Mastermind" Wyngarde, Typhoid Mary (from Daredevil), Emma Frost, Gremlin (from Hulk), a pink-skinned parody of one of DC Comics' Guardians of OA, and Oracle.

  • Just before New York City fades away, Storm can be seen sitting top of the bridge in the shot reused from "The Phoenix Saga (2): The Dark Shroud".

  • When Apocalypse was blasted through a wall and started falling, why didn't he just teleport back up instead of wait for his Horsemen to come and pick him up.

  • The smoke of the pyramid destruction changes from orange to green between shots.

  • The Lazarus Chamber lacks its central section area, with the platform and everything, when the X-Men awaken.

  • Graymalkin is parked within view of the pyramid, despite not having been left there in the previous episode (it was a considerable distance away then).

  • When walking through the doorway portal, the edge of the light effect is visible through Apocalypse & Magneto's body.

  • Beast's eyebrows, when talking about the pulse generator, are light-blue instead of black.

  • Vertigo's beam-casting comes from the right side of the screen, yet when Magneto fires back at her, she, Sinister, and the others, who had been on the opposite side of the hole in the wall ahead of him and Mystique, were all now in the far background, to their left!

  • The door to Graymalkin is red in all shots, yet when Cable exits it at the Axis of Time, it's yellow.

  • Psylocke has an entirely different voice than she did two episodes ago, far more high-pitched, nothing like the previous one at all.

  • The shot of Mojo in a time portal is oddly over-laid against a shot of a Roman Gladiator on a chariot, which is visible briefly (if ya pause it right).

  • When saying that Sinister hasn't seen nothing yet, Logan pops his claws, sound effect included... despite having his claws already popped seconds earlier.

  • When Apocalypse is walking between the rows of psychics, in the first shot, to our left of Jean is Gamesmaster, Karma, Shadow King's body, and Revanche. In the next shot, Shadow King is before her, Revanche is on the other row, and Mesmero is next to her instead.

  • During the "ceasing to exist wave" scene, the X-Mansion's east wing is, once again, smashed to bits, despite being intact earlier in the episode. It looks even MORE damaged by the time Graymalkin returns to it!

  • Apocalypse gestures to his left for the Horsemen, but they approach from his front instead.

  • Only Shard & Rogue are shown running from the Mansion to greet the Graymalkin arrivals, yet Archangel is there in the next shot, and Cyclops & Beast in the ones after.

  • At the episode's end, Xavier stands beside Magneto, despite his legs not working! It's possible that, since he had contact with so many powerful psychics just prior, it was a short-term side-effect of being near to so much mental energy, as season 2 revealed that without his telepathic powers, his legs manage to work.

  • With Apocalypse now having never existed, how is Cable so sure Tyler will be there when he returns to the future? The existence of his future depended on the struggle with Apocalypse... so maybe he's wishfully thinking.

  • Mystique is absent from the platform with Cable when Magneto & Wolverine arrive, and isn't present in any other shots (despite having nowhere else to go). Not to mention she isn't with them at the end of the episode (unless she was sent away with the rest of the psychics when they returned to the present, though you'd think she'd hang around like Magneto did).

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Pre-Teens, Tweens, good vs. evil, fantastic adventure, genetic mutations