"Nevermind. Just hearing you call me that is enough. It means you forgive me."
Destiny is easily the worst episode of this series, as there were a lot of bad decisions that went into it. The first was not having an antagonist for this final episode.
"I think that's enough therapy for today."
Once upon a time, on an island far away, there was this woman who worked as some kind of a medical expert. She had a kid, who had an insane amount of mutant powers, so what does the mother do? She locked her son away, to protect him from the big bad world.
In an age when entertainment has become the new religion, and celebrities the new deities, the power for big budget fiction to influence people is staggering. Often, this isn't viewed as a good thing -- and often, that would be correct.
"Lady, are you insane? Actually, I kinda hope so for your sake. Because I can't believe any sane person could have been so stupid."
There was a lot of good, and a lot of bad in Countdown. The good consisted of the further interrogation and investigation on Dr. Sasaki, especially on Beast's part.
"Seems to me the problem is with the bigots, not their victims."
The X-Men are primarily trained in two areas. The first, is for the team to learn how to use their mutant powers, so that they can do good for a world that continues to mistreat them. The second area that they are trained in, is the guiding philosophy heralded by Charles Xavier.
"Forgive me doctor, but I find it somewhat implausible that a woman with your extensive background in mutant research could claim ignorance in this matter. Look at this girl.
If there was ever a reason to go to class in the summer time this is it. Though there is no actual school for gifted youngsters (or mutants for that matter) X-Men: First Class is well worth your attendance.
X-Men: Volume 5 is the fifth, and final DVD release of the animated series that was broadcast on the FOX network in the nineties. The series became known for its mature themes, complex character dynamics, rich backstory that was taken from the comic books, and for plots that were continuously carried over from one episode to another.