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Review by Stu, Media by Jim Harvey

Episode #24 - Mojovision
Original Airdate 5th February 1994

The X-Men are trapped in an alternate reality and are made to risk thier lives as characters of a TV show in an attempt to attract ratings for Mojo

Written By: Brooks Watchel
Music Composed By: Shuki Levy
Animation Services By: AKOM
Guest Starring: Peter Wildman as Mojo and Rod Wilson as Longshot

Review: Wow...this episode really sucks. I’m not sure where to begin. Aside from a quick visit to the Savage Land to get caught up on Magneto and Xavier’s storyline, the rest of this episode is a pure waste.

A horrible villain, a stupid premise, and brain dead execution make this totally unwatchable. Completely unwatchable. Sure, there may be some cute puns and cameos that the comic readers will enjoy, but this episode fails in execution and plain idiotic-ness. The plot? Mojo, an alien with his own television network, brings the X-Men to his world to boost ratings.

Yeah. That’s it. And boy, it's ... it's not good. Words fail me.

Seriously folks, it’s crap. To try and find another way to “this sucks” is a waste of my time and yours. Really, skip onto the next review. Easily the lowpoint to the cartoon.

Sucks. Sucks. Sucks.

If you like this episode than there is no hope for you.