Legion (2017– )
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Chapter 7 

David tries to find a way out of his predicament.

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While David is on the astral plane, he is in a mental coffin, where he meets up with himself, albeit an English Speaking inner self, who opens David's mind to all the situations and their origin. Meanwhile Oliver is instructing each in how to see the monster with special glasses while in the astral plane. There is a band put onto David's head to suppress the monster. Melanie finds out Oliver is actually alive. An old nemesis of David pops up who tells his soldiers to kill all of them as he has found David. Written by stephen scialli

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During a flashback in the Shadow King's mind, a wheelchair with an X symbol on it can be seen, implying that like in the comics, David is Charles Xavier's son. See more »

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Oliver Bird: On the chest of a barmaid in Sale, were tattooed the prices of ale. And on her behind for the sake of the blind, was the same infirnation in brail
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Art of Fear
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Best episode since the first. Gorgeous.
23 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

Hate to be repetitive, but wow indeed. This episode was like a beautifully orchestrated piece of music. Part of it was the fabulous use of music, part of it the well-choreographed scenes, which - unlike in too many of the previous episodes - never felt random, confusing, or pointless; part of it was great cinematography, fabulous use of color, standout performances from Stevens and Plaza, and a few neat effects that I won't spoil for you. It was probably the artiest episode yet, but in a very good way. This episode had a strong narrative - a lot of things HAPPENED, unlike in the last few episodes, and it has a mind-blowing climax to amazing music. Loved it. If they could just make each episode this good, Legion would be one of the best shows now on TV.


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