The second season saw a parallel narrative featuring Magneto and Professor X lost in the Savage Land interwoven throughout. Many of the stories dealt with the X-Men dealing with the professor's absence, as well as increasing the backstory of many of the X-Men, particularly Rogue and Wolverine.
|Script #||Title||Writer(s)||Original Airdate||Villain(s)|
|14||"Till Death Do Us Part (Part 1)"||Mark Edward Edens||October 23, 1993 (1993-10-23)||Sinister.5D.5D.2C_.5B.5BMorph_.28comics.29.7CMorph.5D.5D.2C_.5B.5BGraydon_Creed.5D.5D">Mister Sinister, Morph, Graydon Creed|
|Mister Sinister uses a brainwashed Morph to lay traps to destroy the X-Men one by one.|
|15||"Till Death Do Us Part (Part 2)"||Michael Edens||October 30, 1993 (1993-10-30)||Mister Sinister, Morph, Graydon Creed|
|Mister Sinister and his Nasty Boys kidnap Cyclops and Jean Grey, while the X-Men battle Morph at the mansion.|
|16||"Whatever It Takes"||Julia Jane Lewald||November 6, 1993 (1993-11-06)||Shadow King, Morph|
|The Shadow King lures Storm home to Mt. Kilimanjaro by 'possessing' her young spiritual son Mjnari, so Rogue and Storm travel to Africa to stop the Shadow King.|
|17||"Red Dawn"||Francis Moss & Ted Pedersen||November 13, 1993 (1993-11-13)||Omega Red|
|Omega Red, the ultimate living weapon, is resuscitated by three corrupt generals who want to reclaim and rule the crumbling old Soviet empire. Colossus goes to the X-Men for help to save his country and its fragile freedom from these forces of tyranny.|
|EpisodeNumber= 18||ProdCode=Vindicator, Alpha Flight||Title=Repo Man||WrittenBy=Len Wein||OriginalAirDate=November 20, 1993 (1993-11-20)||Vindicator]] and Alpha Flight capture Wolverine. They demand to know the secret of his adamantium skeleton.|
|19||"X-Ternally Yours"||Julianne Klemm||December 4, 1993 (1993-12-04)||Bella Donna, X-Ternal|
|Gambit is forced to return to his southern roots by an ancient tithe, an old family feud and the kidnapping of his brother, Bobby. Bella Donna of the Assassin's Guild uses the kidnapping to lure Gambit into her clutches and force him into completing the aborted marriage.|
|20||"Time Fugitives (Part 1)"||Michael Edens||December 11, 1993 (1993-12-11)||Graydon Creed, Apocalypse|
|Cable]] uses his time device and sees that Bishop traveled from 2055 AD to the present to stop a plague, which Apocalypse started.|
|21||"Time Fugitives (Part 2)"||Elliot S. Maggin||December 18, 1993 (1993-12-18)||Apocalypse|
|Cable comes to the present to stop Bishop and save his own future world.|
|22||"A Rogue's Tale"||Robert N. Skir & Marty Isenberg||January 8, 1994 (1994-01-08)||Mystique, Mister Sinister, Pyro, Avalanche, The Blob, Ms. Marvel|
|Mystique, Rogue's foster mother, forces her to revisit her own past.|
|23||"Beauty & the Beast"||Stephanie Mathison||January 15, 1994 (1994-01-15)||Graydon Creed, Sabretooth|
|Beast falls in love with Carly, a blind patient of his. Carly's father is a rampant mutant hater until the Friends of Humanity thugs kidnap Carly.|
|24||"Mojovision"||Brooks Wachtel||February 5, 1994 (1994-02-05)||Mojo, Sauron|
|An alien, Mojo, kidnaps and casts the X-Men as his latest all-galaxy television hit.|
|25||"Reunion (Part 1)"||Len Wein||February 12, 1994 (1994-02-12)||Mister Sinister, Sauron|
|Xavier and Magneto are the bait as Mister Sinister lures the other X-Men to his fortress in the Savage Land.|
|26||"Reunion (Part 2)"||Michael Edens||February 19, 1994 (1994-02-19)||Mister Sinister, Sauron|
|Upon touchdown in the Savage Land, the X-Men's mutant powers have been neutralized by Sinister's machines and they are immediately captured by the Nasty Boys and Mutates.|
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