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X-Men 97 Episode 8 Recap and Review

*Spoilers ahead for episode 8 of X-Men 97*

In the latest installment of X-Men 97, titled “Tolerance Is Extinction,” the mutant saga takes a dark turn as the delicate balance between humans and mutants hangs in the balance. As tensions escalate and old wounds resurface, the X-Men must navigate treacherous waters to protect their kind from an imminent threat.

Discover the secrets of “Tolerance Is Extinction” in our in-depth video review. Unravel the episode’s complexities and dissect its pivotal moments alongside fellow fans. Don’t miss out on the discussion—watch now and share your thoughts!

X-Men 97 Episode 8 Review:

Rising Tensions

With anti-mutant sentiments reaching a fever pitch, the X-Men find themselves facing hostility from all sides. As protests erupt and violence looms on the horizon, Cyclops, Jean, and the rest of the team must rally together to defend their right to exist in a world that fears and hates them.

A World Divided

(L-R): Cyclops (voiced by Ray Chase) and Jean Grey (voiced by Jennifer Hale) in Marvel Animation's X-MEN '97. Photo courtesy of Marvel Animation. © 2024 MARVEL.

(L-R): Cyclops (voiced by Ray Chase) and Jean Grey (voiced by Jennifer Hale) in Marvel Animation’s X-MEN ’97. Photo courtesy of Marvel Animation. © 2024 MARVEL.

As the divide between mutants and humans widens, Magneto makes a controversial decision that could change the course of history. With the fate of mutant-kind hanging in the balance, the X-Men must confront uncomfortable truths and make difficult choices in their fight for survival.

Final Thoughts

“Tolerance Is Extinction” delivers a gut-wrenching exploration of prejudice, power, and the consequences of intolerance. With stunning visuals, heart-pounding action, and thought-provoking themes, this episode leaves a lasting impact on viewers.

X-Men 97 Interview:

X-MEN '97 Marvel Animation Marvel Studios

X-MEN ’97, exclusively on Disney+. © 2024 MARVEL.

Director: Jake Casterano
Writer(s): Beau DeMayo
Stars: Jennifer Hale, Ray Chase, Alison Sealy-Smith, Cal Dodd, George Buza, A.J. LoCascio, Holly Chou
X-Men ’97 comes to Disney+ on March 20, 2024. Be sure to follow E-Man’s Movie Reviews on Facebook, Subscribe on YouTube, or follow me on Twitter/IG @EmansReviews for even more movie news and reviews!

X-Men 97 Episode 8 Recap and Review
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