X-Men: Season 2, Episode 8

Time Fugitives: Part 2 (18 Dec. 1993)

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To stabilize his own timeline, Cable comes to the present to prevent Bishop from saving mutant-kind from Apocalypse's plague.


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Episode credited cast:
Cathal J. Dodd ...
Wolverine / Logan (voice) (as Cal Dodd)
Norm Spencer ...
Alison Sealy-Smith ...
Storm / Ororo Munroe (voice)
Gambit / Remy LeBeau (voice)
Rogue (voice)
Catherine Disher ...
Jean Grey / Phoenix (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Philip Akin ...
Bishop / Lucas Bishop (voice)
Lawrence Bayne ...
Cable / Nathan Summers (voice)
Alyson Court
John Stocker ...
Graydon Creed (voice)
Marc Strange ...
Forge (voice)


To stabilize his own timeline, Cable comes to the present to prevent Bishop from saving mutant-kind from Apocalypse's plague.

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r u kidding me -- writing is cinema calibre, or BETTER
13 February 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Let me be clear. If this story (the second part of a two parter) had appeared in a live action Marvel movie, I would be penning a review just like this. The fact that it appeared in (ostensibly) a kid's cartoon show two decades ago (this review written in 2014) makes me feel like one of the time travellers (what Wolverine would call "time jockeys") in the script. In Part I you have a story that could stand on its own -- a time traveller from the future comes back to fix things, and, with pretty much non-stop action and some clever plot twists, succeeds. So how do you improve on something which itself is almost perfect? Do a second part where yet another time traveller comes back because he believes that the events in Part I damaged "his" future and now you have a cartoon where the events are superficially a repeat of the first part, yet with subtle changes.Layers on layers. Wow. A lot of youngsters watching this series went to bed with a higher IQ that night. I have done a lot of reviews here, seen a lot of movies, but off the top I cannot recall a live-action film with a story this good. So while the suits in Tinseltown continue to grind out live-action remakes of films which don't deserve it (the last Spiderman set was specifically made to preserve a legal option the producers owned and had nothing to do with a desire to entertain!!) the template for superb story writing is ironically in a 20 year old animated series. Time travel anyone?

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