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X-Men: The Animated Series Season 2 11

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Appearing in "Mojovision"

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  • Rogue Star (Only Appearance)[1]

Synopsis for "Mojovision"

Mojo, a very megalomaniacal, interdimensional network programmer casts the X-Men as his latest all galaxy television hit, when he uses his psychic powers to pit them against one another on a far distant planet. The blood thirsty crowd goes wild and the X-Men's fight to the death will ensure the greedy showman's highest ratings ever.


  • Rogue Star: The series Rogue and Beast are forced to star in is based partially on the original "Star Trek", among other outerspace sci-fi adventures.
  • Miami Mutants: The series Storm and Cyclops are forced to star in is a parody of the 1980s action/drama program "Miami Vice", which was about two cops in Miami.
  • I Dream of Jean: The series Jean and Wolverine are forced to star in is based on the 1960s sitcom "I Dream Of Jeannie", about an astronaut and his personal genie.


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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks