Unless I'm mistaken, there can be only one apocalypse, one in which--and through which--evil and evildoers are defeated once and for all. Consequently the cosmos will be restored to its original pristine state and can never thereafter be spoiled by the ravages of sin and evil.
One of the culminating events of the apocalypse is the Battle of Armageddon, which takes place in the Valley of Megiddo (alternately known as the Valley of Esdraelon, or the Jezreel Valley), a geographic area about 60 miles north of Jerusalem, where the forces of evil amass against the forces of good and are defeated in the battle to end all battles (see Revelation 16:16). The valley has been the scene of several decisive battles in ancient times, going as far back as the 15th century B.C.
There can be (and are), however, many different apocalyptic scenarios. In Western culture, the most famous scenario is the one contained in the last book of the Bible, the Revelation of Jesus Christ, which was written by the apostle John, late in the first century of the Common Era.
In other words, there is, theoretically speaking, only one apocalypse; hence, there is no need for a plural form of the word. If there were a plural form, however, I would opt for apocalypses.