X-Men Anime: "Revelations" Review

 

This episode's title sums it all up well. We finally got a lot of the answers we've been waiting for, and although a few key mysteries remain, this story is a lot clearer. The team confronts Sasaki about her work, and it comes out that she was trying to "cure" the mutants to save them from persecution. Beast has a great response to this: "I'd say the problem is with the bigots, not the victims." It's not a particularly profound statement by itself, but it's delivered well, and within the context of the story it works beautifully. Beast doesn't get to see much action in this series, but he is one of the more interesting characters as a voice of morality and reason. 

Meanwhile, the weird telepathic battle with Professor X gets crazier. Xavier figures out that it's all in his mind and the fight is on. Let's get ready to rumb....oh wait. A cut back to the X-Men. Hmm. O...kay. That was a lot of build up for something we don't get to even see this week. Kind of a bummer.  Read More...

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